|Teldin - 2006-11-24 |
Run little guy!
|dead_cat - 2006-11-24 |
Daww.... Mine used to do that all the time, as if he enjoyed it.
|oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2006-11-24 |
|Albuquerque Halsey - 2006-11-24 |
inerta = awesome
|Bone_Vulture - 2006-11-24 |
Hamstery cutesy combined with the ability to conjure an inhuman force-to-mass ratio. LOVE. :)
|athodyd - 2006-11-24 |
he is attempting to travel through time
|Gurlugon - 2006-11-24 |
Keep going, or Roger will never make it to the moon!
|biclops - 2006-11-24 |
Hamster Speed Force!
|romancingtrain - 2006-11-25 |
I love Russian Dwarves.
|bopeton - 2006-11-25 |
All rodents do this constantly.
|craptacular - 2006-11-26 |
awww look at his little legs go
|Caminante - 2006-11-27 |
Zero to adorable in .005 seconds.
|Aubrey McFate - 2006-11-29 |
|Jacques Strap - 2006-12-01 |
HIs astronaut training for when he goes up in an Estes rocket
|BAC - 2007-01-14 |
he falls and gets right back up...so cool
|phalsebob - 2007-01-17 |
Ruuunning hamster, running freeeee.....
|j lzrd / swift idiot - 2007-01-23 |
Someone needs to turn the segment before the spinout into a loop, like the fat flapping german girl
|Vicious - 2007-02-01 |
Accident nothing, hamsters do that on purpose. Then again, so would I.
|gambol - 2007-05-28 |
I want this as a signature on all outgoing emails.
|Namor - 2007-07-25 |
I'm housesitting right now, taking care of two cats and a hamster. The hamster totally does this on purpose.
|glasseye - 2007-07-29 |
good times in the wheel!
|fluffy - 2007-12-02 |
XTREEEM FLYING HAMSTER
|rustedmutt - 2008-03-17 |
Hamsters: breaking the speed of adorable without breaking a sweat.
|fluffy - 2008-04-22 |
Apparently, monocycles are prone to a phenomenon known as "hamster-wheeling" because of this very sort of thing.
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