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Your Argument Is Invalid: 15 Animals Wearing Other Animals' Ears

By joslyngray |

Your argument is invalid.

Your argument is invalid. What do I mean by that? I mean, this week I’ll be using these photos to respond to any Facebook comments I don’t agree with.

It won’t make any sense, but then again, neither do most of the comments I see.

People arguing about health care? Post this ferret in bunny ears. Political debate raging on? Cat in chicken hat ends the debate.

Because who can argue with that?

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15 Animals Wearing Animal Ears

Wilford Brimley is not amused.

Also, he would like to remind you to test your sugar after you eat that Easter candy.

(Photo Credit: Weyume)

Read more from Joslyn at Strollerderby and at her blog, stark. raving. mad. mommy. You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

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Joslyn Gray is the mother of four children with a variety of challenges ranging from allergies to ADHD to Asperger Syndrome. She writes candidly and comedically about this and her generally hectic life on her light-hearted personal blog, stark. raving. mad. mommy.. Read bio and latest posts → Read joslyngray's latest posts →

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