|Gmork - 2014-04-29 |
That's one way to make a thin hamster.
|DavidBowiesLuckyTennisBall - 2014-04-29 |
Okay, so it can be done.
The real question is why?
Because there are really only a few ways to entertain yourself with a hamster, unless you are Richard Gere.
Why climb Everest?
It's just Sherpas and a bunch of dumb ass rich people at 100 grand a pop.
Why? Thin hamsters stack easily, allowing more of them to be stored in containers efficiently.
Caution is advised when taking your thin hamster up a mountain, the low air pressure will cause expansion to 500% his original size.
|Old_Zircon - 2014-04-29 |
Seeing from wherever, it is thin.
That for'ner don't speek English so good, LOL!
Continue petting it assiduously.
|Cube - 2014-04-29 |
All that rubbing generates friction heat, which in turn melts the hamster.
There is also some kind of shape memory effect as well. When the hamster changes phase back to a solid from it's molten state puddle, the original potato sack shape is reconstituted.
|jangbones - 2014-04-29 |
now for the real challenge, how to make thin anime fan
|Binro the Heretic - 2014-04-30 |
Thus reinforcing my childhood belief that hamsters must be boneless to fit in such narrow spaces.
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