Well, if so, it's quite doubtful that prehistoric foxes of the oldest days were anywhere near as dapper, suave, or forward-looking as the leading fox in Fantastic Mr. Fox, one of my favorite films of 2009!
And you just know they didn't speak elegant French back then. Okay, so there was no French in prehistoric days. But the beautifully fluid Gallic language has been frozen in the aspic of the French Academy like an ant fossil mired in amber, mais oui? How Saturnian (restrictive, tryin' to keep it Old School) of them!
Now, before I visit upon you a new Ode to a Woolly Mammoth, would you enjoy a trailer from the groundbreaking film?
Now Stop Reading HERE or it's Woolly Mammoth Time for you...
A woolly mammoth has to be
asleep in perpetuity
no chance he'll clone
then lounge about
instead he'll trumpet
stomp and shout!
No rider safe to sit would be
in woolly mammoth livery
a household pet?
a circus act?
don't trust cloned woollies
that's a fact.
If you've read this far after being warned, you are quite incorrigible.
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