Friend, or: Foe

A Badger’s hexastitch

nothing
to see here, no
badgers; please leave; humans,
coyotes, cougars, bears,
eagles are not
welcome

25 thoughts on “Friend, or: Foe”

    1. actually, I wasn’t initially planning on doing this (I thought I was done with the badgers) but somebody gave me the idea of doing a dribble which is also a badger hexastitch – so I had to try! it’ll be online in 10-15 minutes ๐Ÿ˜‰

      so… there’s ONE more badger to come!

      1. of course you did. ๐Ÿคฃ
        and I’ll just tell that client coming to wait as the badger is on it’s way and make them dribble balls for their workout today. ๐Ÿคฃ โค๏ธ

          1. That symbol reminded me of an old Odessa joke:
            An Odessite is walking along Deribasovskaya street holding a huge watermelon. A tourist stops him and asks, “How do I get to Lenin street?”
            The Odessite says, “Hold the watermelon,” then shrugs his shoulders, raises his arms (exactly like your symbol) and answers, “How should I know?”
            The deeper meaning of the joke is that you can’t walk on Deribasobskaya without crossing Lenin street, but true Odessites never used “the new” (communist) street names.

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