I imagine it would take a long time to knock out a pillow, what with their faces being so soft and all. They probably wouldn't even need to wear padded gloves - they could each other directly in their cushy faces.
I saw a picture of an eagle carrying a fish the other day, and two thoughts came into my head:
1) Oh look, it's a picture of an eagle carrying a fish
2) I wonder what the fish is thinking (even though in the actual picture the fish had a fairly expressionless look on its face)
Anyway, I pondered this second thought for a while, and came up with a few ideas what might have been going through the fish's head. I then threw the question out to my massive Facebook audience for their thoughts. Here's what we came up with:
"So, how long have you been 'fly' fishing?"
"Thanks for the lift, you can just drop me right there.."
"Worst back massage EVER."
"Next time, I get to be on top."
"Are we there yet?"
"I have a bad case of bird flu - as in, a bird 'flew' by and grabbed me out of the water; and I'm probably going to die."
"Look, just because I agreed to go on this "date" with you, doesn't mean you're allowed to feed me to you kids..."
"Is it just me, or is there something fishy about this?"
“This is the last time I fly Eagle Airways"
"This is a much easier way to get upstream."
Thank you to myself (I thought of most of these), Jen, Scott, Connie, and X.Y for their contributions; you guys are awesome.
every once in a while I like to do something really special, like draw a birthday gecko inside of a pelican's mouth*
* actually, a friend of mine was having a birthday, so I asked her what her favorite animal was so that I could make her a super awesome card. She said a pelican and a gecko, and that is how this illustration came to be. I think it might be the only one in existence.