These important studies have proved conclusively that hedgehogs are included in a subset of animal species noted for their complete aerodynamic irrelevance.
That’s how One gets an Hedge up on the competition. . . . ‘course if the Wind’s too strong One get an Hedge on the competition.
Breaking wind. Do they even have a finger to pull?
Get closer to the floor, you silly toilet brush..
Articulate Caveman and Superpun take the top honours today. Both made me laugh – “complete aerodynamic irrelevance” is a term that is used far too infrequently for my money.T&G also get a special mention for introducing fart jokes back into the mix. Sometimes I worry this feature is getting too high brow, and I appreciate being grounded.Speaking of high brow, my personal thanks to LL for bringing back memories of the great Spiny Norman.Cheers, Lost Bears!BTG
I like compact mammals and have a strong bias towards the Capybara. The wombat is appealing, as is the platypus and the echidna.
He’d last longer if he were a hengehog.
There is a double entendre in this comic that most will probably miss. Do a search for “hedgehog wind tunnel testing.” You will find the test refers to taping strings all over a model in a wind tunnel to visualize air flow and turbulance.