Kia Soul Turbo Hamster…

We haven’t seen the Kia Soul hamsters in a while, and this newest arrival…diapered, and fresh out of a hospital delivery ward…runs like a gazelle!  Pursued by hospital staff, the little dickens leads all on a merry chase down the corridors, never missing a step and maintaining a healthy lead.  Passing through a variety of hospital locales including a kitchen, the little speedster winds up on an elevator where he raises a finger to his nose to admonish an observing little girl not to inform on him. Finally grabbing a sheet to serve as a parachute, he vaults off the top floor of the hospital, descending to land in the back seat of a turbo Kia Soul passing on the street below.  

The baby hamster’s name, naturally, is Turbo…and set to the music of Motorhead’s 1980 song, Ace of Spades, the diminutive speedster proves that timing in life is everything… 

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3 Comments on “Kia Soul Turbo Hamster…”

  1. carycomic Says:

    I’m still waiting for a Celebrity Death Match between the Adolescent Radioactive Blackbelt Hamsters…and the Adult Thermonuclear Samurai Elephants.

    • vulpesffb Says:

      I think I’d pull up a chair to watch that one!

      • carycomic Says:

        Me, too! Because, while hamsters might be members of the rodent family, they’re still not technically mice. So, they might not automatically scare the elephants. Or is that an erroneous stereotype?


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