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for fox sake, STOP

The other day I was leafing through a friend's photo album and was disturbed to find that all but two photos had people giving the peace sign. Indeed, the album contained 435 instances of the peace pose. In my book that's 435 too many.

In this picture that I took, please note that it is only the fox that has refrained from giving the peace sign. So it seems that even foxes know that photos look better without it. I commend them.

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On Monday, 26 September, 2005, Blogger Kallun said:

Hear, hear. I agree.  



On Monday, 26 September, 2005, Blogger quaisi said:

Animals just "know" that kind of good sense.  



On Monday, 26 September, 2005, Anonymous jonny taise said:

i can't see the fucking picture. i am quite devistated.  



On Tuesday, 27 September, 2005, Blogger Jackson B said:

This is why the fox is considered to be untrustworthy in Japan. They don't join in the "fun" when the cameras come out.
They just stand there & make sarky comments under their breath about how stupid the victory sign is. No-one hears, but everyone suspects. Thus the fox is outcast. Ah, tis a most regrettable situation...  



On Tuesday, 27 September, 2005, Anonymous jonny taise said:

hooray. i can see the picture now. muuhoohahahaha. looks like they are doing some sort of national dance. that, or they're on quite the slopy mountain.  



On Sunday, 30 October, 2005, Anonymous Esmee, a very entertained reader said:

But I don't understand why they are all falling over?  



On Thursday, 05 January, 2006, Blogger Kyouran said:

I recently visited Osaka Japan for around 3 months, and in that time I must have been in or witnessed over a million pictures being taken....and in EVERY picture, no matter where, what or who the picture was of, the national peace sign would always be present.
After a couple of months I started doing it myself.........what a prat.

Great Blog, I cant wait to return to Japan...I have some similar pictures to you from Osaka.  



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