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Gathering for the invasion of Scotland

Here we have our Squirrel Infantry in the "gray suit" for attacking in the mist that is found around Scotland.

It's hard to see, but that is the point, we have our Squirrel infantry in their "white suites" just in case we encounter snow.
I've also inspected the "black suites" for fighting in the bogs.
Yes, Oh glorious Hamster, we are ready.


Travel said…
Are they working undercover in DC?

Rogue Squirrel said…
You should see their "tie dye" suites for infiltration of hippie, earth muffin compounds...
WickedHamster said…
Most excellent! You have done well! We will consider you for Earl Marshall of Scotland and All the Isles once the conquest is complete. Send the new battalions to our base at Giggleswitch-on-Tyne (take a left at the old oak, under the bridge, past the trolls; you can't miss it).
Kelsgarden said…
(I am SO not walking by the guy who keeps taking pictures of squirrels on the National Mall)

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