Nov 21, 2004

Observations:

I decided that the best place I could begin my journal concerning these amazing animals would be to cover some of the more obvious behaviour patterns.

The chromium shoppus vehiculous vulgaris commonplaceius or chromium shoppus vehiculous vulgaris commonplaceius trolleyus as the British refer to them, are a herding creature. They can often be spotted clinging to each other front to back, in what could be taken as a very sexual manner, although this is not their mating method.

The closeness of the chromium shoppus vehiculous vulgaris commonplaceius / trolleyieufundus in these 'sexual' groups is quite similar to the manner in which other herding creatures gather -- instinctually, to offer protection and a group strength to the whole. They interlock themselves when they feel that they are in danger of being rolled away for some light shopping or if they are standing on an open parking lot (called a veldt in the idiom) in high winds (Higheus freakingus blowingei.


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