Our Neighbors to the North

Well! Pinky is heating up the campaign by paying a little visit to our neighbors to the north and I am just guessing here, but I think her mother is going to be a little peeved, to say the least. It does spark a memory I have about taking off with a friend, on graduation from college. I bought a car, then got my drivers license (in that order) and headed for a month long trip to Canada. It did not end badly, as I fear this trip of Pinky’s might.

So let’s get this story going, because Pinky is a bit short on minions, ever since the triplets left her to pursue a film career in Kung Fu Panda 3.

Pinky and the Twinkies, eh?

Pinky and the Twinkies, eh?

Of course Canada is pro-panda, as we have seen from photographs of the twins and “Unka Justin”. All I can say is international incident!

A quick note, Pandas International is having their Spring Auction right now, and I have donated one of the signed reproductions from Pandamorphosis to help support their work with pandas. So, if you were thinking you would like to support Pandas international AND get some of the art from Pandamorphosis, this is a win win for everyone! Because remember, without pandas, there could be no panda satire! Here’s the link!

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Bob T. Panda

12 thoughts on “Our Neighbors to the North

  1. Jayelle (@GreenEyedLilo)

    I love how you made the little boy a bit bigger and the girl a bit smaller, just like real life. Pinky should have done more research and understood their loyalty to Unka Justin! Now, if Pinky could guarantee that a Canadian team will win the Stanlee Cup next year, she might get something going.

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Pinky is long on impulse and short on research. I think Pinky would be good at hockey, because, you know, great outlet for unchecked aggression and all.

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      1. Jayelle (@GreenEyedLilo)

        Yes, Pinky is not exactly a detail panda. When she gets a minion, she needs one who can research. I don’t know if the NWHL accepts panda players, but she’d probably be an absolutely delightful mascot once they expand to Washington, DC.

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        1. Panda in Chief Post author

          I think Pinky would make an excellent hockey player. She has enough…um attitude to make it work well for her, plus, hitting and biting. That’s allowed, isn’t it?

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  2. Vicky V

    Pinky looks so tiny at the panda entrance – she is so fearless! Can’t wait to see what happens next!!
    And don’t we all want an Unka Justin 🙂

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      We do all want an Unka Justin, and I for one, am advocating for Washington State to be annexed by British Columbia, in the event of an unwanted outcome in the upcoming election. We must have SOMETHING they want!
      Stayed for the further adventures of Pinky!

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  3. Paul

    We here in-Canada welcome you. In fact if you want to visit until the election and if Trump wins, you can apply for asylum – we have a Trump special going on.

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Thank you! I have tried to be especially nice to all of my Canadian readers, for just this possibility. May it not happen, but if it does, I’ll be coming your way.

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      I refuse to feel guilty. Or, as someone once said, “I can resist anything but temptation.”
      It’s certainly not right how much I love making Pinky behave badly. :o)

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