Mod Squirrel

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Also, involved in an inside war with Tully who keeps changing things on my bio... Not that I do the same to him... Of course I'd never humour such a thing.

I wonder if Squirrel will notice... - Tully

hasn't noticed - Squirrel

Sometimes I want to be active, but I just can’t be bothered to add my tags cause I’m too lazy for that.

the sentence above is a lie

*strokes long luscious tail* w will you be my f fwiend? uwu <3 *nuzzles you*

No, get lost. It's my tail.

Below is a number counting the number of days since Squirrel last checked his bio:
-365 billion years

Squirrel, the type of guy to walk into a parked car and exclaim “Well that’s a stupid place to park a car”
- Maybe latent?

Grunts and makes random noises ... Hhhrrrmmph Mod Mod
- Mod

And here we see a natural sight, a new moderator being unable to make “hilarious bio edits” as they simply do not yet understand the real meaning to humour; a deadly occurrence indeed for they are also unable to comprehend how long sentences can actually be or how long they can eventually become which, as a result, makes the rare creature confused so they try to dismiss it and move; consequently, the creature strays away from the danger of a low humoured long sentence and tends to ignore it for as long as possible, but whilst it is straying (as well as grunting) it decides it is a good idea to check the mod queue which leads other, matured moderators with little to no posts to moderate which can be infuriating; this has a side effect of the more mature moderators to slowly become less and less active and makes them struggle to hunt for posts, it’s the circle of a moderators life, it ends as there is a new beginning. Just like a sentence.
- some fat man

alright, which one of you added the fat squirrel?

dapper

I'm too upper-class for you moderator peasants

Oh, the snobbery

It's not just snobbery, this is delicate professionally baked M&S S n O b B e r Y

I can’t think of a response to that so here’s a picture:

But... That's a fox. What kind of monstrosity is this?

Foxes kill squirrels.

I'll be honest. I've never seen a fox in a tree before.

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oh... god... WHAT HAVE YOU DONE?!

Send H e L p

T h E e N d T i M e S h A v E C o M e

If the fox doesn’t get you, my shotgun will


I am prepared.