Do Vampire Pandas Exist?

We don’t know for sure, but there have been rumors of a community of vampire pandas circulating around the internet.  Where are these vile rumors coming from? Hmmm… I have no idea.

Evidence of a vampire panda infestation primarily consists of a number of tubes of frosting with fang marks in them, with all the frosting being slurped out.

Seems pretty conclusive to me.

This is very scary, don't you think?

This is very scary, don’t you think?

This cartoon is posted by request of Vicky V., who knows something about frosting as well as vampires.

Be the Bear

Bob T. Panda

16 thoughts on “Do Vampire Pandas Exist?

    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Yes, they mainly go through grocery stores and suck all the frosting out of the cans. Look for the little fang marks before you buy frosting. It’s hard to be scary when you are so cute, but that’s how they lure their victems.

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  1. Deb Collett

    The mystery to me is how they do their dastardly deed in the store without being seen. Invisibility cloak, perhaps? Personally, if I encountered a fanged empty frosting container, it would be proof of existence to me and it would become a very important part of my collection of Panda Memorabilia.

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Well, of course vampire pandas are very sneaky and they hide behind the frosting until no one is looking, and then they do their vile deed. but if you were to try to take a can out of the store, you would have to explain to the checkout person why the can was so light, and why there were holes in it, and then they would look at you strangely and start to whisper among themselves when ever you came into the store. That’s why no one ever catches the vampire pandas at their frosting sucking evilness. No onw wants the grocery store clerks to think they’re insane.
      Um… it’s probably too late for me, but you should try to save yourself.

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  2. Vicky Vladic

    Yay! Vampire Pandas!
    I vant to drink your cuppycakes!!
    They can come here anytime. Not only do I have bamboo in the backyard and frosting in my fridge, I also have a coffin in my lounge. Not sure if a panda will fit but they are velcome to try 🙂

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  3. Cara

    Bob the Panda! You ought to be ashamed, suggesting that those cute little bundles of black and white fluff could possibly be something as nasty as Vampandas.

    The PK may like their frosting, but not enough to steal it – shame on you for putting that thought into our heads!!

    Cara
    ( Pinky and the Vampandas is quite a good name for an all-girl panda band, though…)

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Ha ha ha! “Pinky and the Vampandas!!!!!!!” I love it! I shall submit this idea to her royal pink self. Do you think Bert and Ernie would consent to being her back-up singers?

      But about the Panda Kindy…um…don’t look now, but I think “someone” just stole the frosting off those cuppycakes that were on your counter. Actually, they took the whole cuppycakes.

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  4. Cara

    I always make extra cuppycakes (with extra frosting) as bait, just in case a cute panda cub or two might happen by….no luck so far!

    I think Pinky may be a Vampanda already… remember that frame with her fangs firmly planted in her poor mom’s arm…. One of my favourites!

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      It is definitely wise to make extra cuppycakes, just in case the panda kindergarten does happen by. I hope you are able to lure some pandas and capture them.
      Ha ha! I had forgotten about that cartoon. I think you could be right. I hope to see her actual royal self this Saturday. Maybe she will be wearing her vampanda cape. `:-{ (that is the emoticon for vampanda, in case you were wondering.)

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