Pandas: The Paris Hiltons of the Animal Kingdom

From August J. Pollack:

They exist because we lavish them with wealth, fawn over their appearance, and stare at them endlessly via night-vision cameras.


The bamboo. Let’s talk about the damn bamboo. You want a perfect example of how Intelligent Design is bupkus? This is a gigantic animal “designed” to favor as a food staple a plant that has almost no nutritional value whatsoever. Bamboo has a nutrient level somewhere along the lines of celery, therefore instead of turning to meat, or other sources, pandas have to eat tons of it daily just to get enough nutrients. Remember those stupid Total cereal ads where they show the douchebag at the hotel or something the pyramid of cornflakes he’d have to eat to get all the nutrition from one bowl of Total? That’s bamboo for pandas.

Published by <span class='p-author h-card'>Andy</span>

Gay Hoosier Taurus INFJ ex-playwright pianist gymbunny published author in San Francisco.

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