#ThorsDaySmile – #AmLaughing – #Humor

Today, Thor was feeling a bit cranky and asked if I would find some memes with some “bite” to them. I live in Florida. I can definitely do that. Enjoy! (Groan, if you feel so inspired. I did.)

And that’s about as toothy as I can allow Thor to get!
We can’t have him losing control, you know. 

I mean … HAMMER!!!


23 thoughts on “#ThorsDaySmile – #AmLaughing – #Humor

  1. Oh my! Those are terrific! The first one popping out of the hole in the road, I took to be photoshopped at first, then I saw the reflection, and then I saw the sewer one… They do seem to get everywhere. Loved the leucistic one – I heard the term first in Riverbend and I find them fascinating. ❤ ❤ ❤

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    • Glad you enjoyed these, Trish, and we do have alligators aplenty here in central Florida, but that first one really IS photoshopped. They just “cut” the alligator head out with the surrounding water & reflection included, then layered it over the photo of the pothole, which is really only a couple of inches deep. Alligators are often spotted crossing our roads, but not actually living under the asphalt. Honest.😁

      And while some “pet” gators (totally illegal) may have been released into NY sewers, I’d have to guess NONE would last long. Way too cold to make it through winter, for one thing. I’m betting that pic was likely photoshopped, too. Still funny, though.

      Lastly, I’m so PROUD of you for recognizing a leucistic alligator picture, even though they don’t usually swim around their enclosures with crabs perched on their heads. 😀 Notice I say “enclosure” rather than river or lake, because as you also probably learned, they don’t survive in the wild. One this big is in a place like Gatorland Zoo, or the like.

      Glad you got some laughs out of Thor’s shenanigans today, Trish, and thanks so much for stopping by. 😀 ❤

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    • Awww, that’s too bad. Maybe we could share a few? 😁I actually quite like them, but I definitely avoid confrontations, etc, even when canoeing. They are interesting critters to observe from a safe distance.

      Glad you enjoyed seeing these, and thanks so much for stopping by, Janet! 😀 ❤

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    • I’m glad we don’t really have those, either, Debby. We have enough opportunities to run into these guys in drainage ditches and retention ponds. Or just ambling across the road, holding up traffic. 😮

      Glad you got some laughs from these, and I appreciate your stopping by to let me know! Thanks! 😀 ❤

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    • Nah. Mostly rumors. They’d never make it through the winter in NYC where most of those stories came from, and they can’t fit in a 6″ deep pothole, either, though they make great memes!

      However, here in Gator Country, we DO see them holding up traffic as they cross roads, ambling from one pond to another. They also are very, very good at climbing chain link fences–especially if there’s a barking dog on the other side. Truth. 😮Reptiles. You gotta love ’em. (Okay, maybe that’s only me. 😂)

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