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You ain’t a real man till you been ‘raffe wranglin’


So one of the things I did while off the grid was cavort among the giraffes. And that’s all I’ll say. (I have more pictures too, up close and personal.)

What are the metaphorical possibilities of the noble ‘raffe? He is so large, and so gentle. He is loudly patterned, has a blue tongue, yet is more or less silent. When he is a she, while giving birth she drops her baby from four feet up so as to startle the poor thing into breathing on impact with the earth. It’s a hell of a thing to see.

By the way, be sure to click on the photo and magnify it. High-res, so the detail is mind-blowing.

Here’s another:

Hello Giraffe

7 comments on “You ain’t a real man till you been ‘raffe wranglin’

  1. Helena Hann-Basquiat
    June 4, 2014

    I had a weird story of a man who had a strange giraffe fetish and tried to pay a zookeeper for the opportunity to engage in analingus with that huge blue tongue. But I abandoned it – you can have it if you like, darling.

    • Kevin Brennan
      June 4, 2014

      I’m sure I couldn’t do it justice, H-B. It does remind me of Gene Wilder in bed with a sheep, though…

  2. 1WriteWay
    June 4, 2014

    WTF, H-B and Kevin! My husband just suggested, “You don’t know bliss until you’ve done it with a penguin.” And he’d probably divorce me if he knew I made this comment 😉
    By the way, Kevin … where were you??

    • Kevin Brennan
      June 5, 2014

      I wouldn’t know where to begin with a penguin… Maybe a little snuggling?

      Anyway, we had out-of-town guests and had to keep them occupied, so we went on a very impressive safari here in Sonoma County — animals roaming 400 acres of California ranch land. Got very close to them, as you can see!

      • 1WriteWay
        June 5, 2014

        Looks like you had fun 🙂

  3. ericjbaker
    June 5, 2014

    The people who read your blog appear to be perverts. Which is all the more reason to hang out here.

    Giraffes seem a bit more friendly and engaging than some of their fellow ungulates. I’m a fan.

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