Jumping on the recentbandwagon of dressing up in furry animal costumes for unclear reasons: THIS GUY! He was spotted in Houston, hanging with some bros and doing whatever giant pretend rodents do. We think he’s a squirrel, but who even knows anymore.
Over the past week, there have been multiple sightings of this eagle outside both the Kap Sig chapter house and the McNeil building. We’d like to approach this mama-bird to stroke her silky feathers and see her cute lil’ babies, but we’re afraid we’ll end up caught in her talons like the squirrel pictured above. In any case, Locust-walkers – beware!
Ed Update: Our Audobon-worthy readers have pointed out this is actually a red-tailed hawk. Juvenile, to be specific. #howthefuckwouldweknowthat
And by squirrels we mean the animal, not the frat with the indoor jacuzzi and occasional hooker. We’re not sure who is behind this page but we find it to be pretty entertaining. After all, everyone knows that Penn squirrels act like rabid beasts most of the time. This one in particular breaks into the Quad but no one seems to mind. At least discovering a squirrel in your room is slightly less confusing than finding a chicken in your shower.
A tipster saw this lil’ guy nibblin’ on Locust Walk earlier today. We have to say, this is a new level of devotion to food, even from out notoriously psychotic squirrels. On another note: who was eating corn on the cob in the middle of campus?
Yo, the weather is seriously whack in Philly. Earlier, we received a heat advisory email from Facilities Services, and the next thing we know we’ve got hurricane-force winds blowing stuff down everywhere. If the rumors are true, pieces of DRL’s roof have flown off and live squirrels were being tossed around. If you have pictures to confirm that (or more tornado tales) send us what you’ve got!