Tuesday, May 12, 2015

It's Tuesday night, so here's a tiny hamster guzzling tiny tiki drinks

Posted By on Tue, May 12, 2015 at 6:13 PM

Take it slow, buddy, those things are stronger than you know.
  • Take it slow, buddy, those things are stronger than you know.

So, "tiny animal/tiny food" is like a recognized film genre now, right? If it isn't, it should be, what with masterpieces like "Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos," "A Tiny Hamster Thanksgiving" and "Tiny Hamster vs. Kobayashi (Hot Dog Eating Contest)." Well, now here we have "Tiny Hamster's Tiny Tiki Party," and it is no disappointment to fans of the oeuvre, offering a delightful tale of umbrella drinks in a beach hut cocktail lounge, complete with a red-eyed hedgehog drinking partner. 

click to enlarge A little too into this tiny food stuff?
  • A little too into this tiny food stuff?
I don't even care what kind of sick data mining these Hello Denizen maniacs are doing; they are welcome to it so long as I get to keep watching these tiny bastards on their tiny binges.

High point of the current video: the look on Tiny Hamster's face after he's taken on a bladderload of rum, then realizes the bathroom is out of order. Oops! Tiny accident.

Without further ado, "Tiny Hamster's Tiny Tiki Party":

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