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At the University of Michigan, we have these very chunky squirrels, who hang out on the Diag, which is the central walking area on campus. They are so domesticated from being fed by students. They just walk right up and ask for food!

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This was in my neighborhood in L.A. They were bold! I started carrying nuts in my pocket for them. pic.twitter.com/Wyk1WB2CLz
 
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I see the students have been feeding them the standard American diet 馃檮 They probably all have diabetes.
 
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Despite all the naysayers, the squirrels are fucking adorable 馃槏
 
squirrels: are fucking dangerously obese from being fed by idiot humans

you: SO CUTE!
 
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I think there is a guy who build obstacle courses for the squirrels that live in his backyard. Logical traps/obstacles that they always figure out. I don鈥檛 think he鈥檚 been able to stump them yet and I would say could trip up some humans if if the same maze. 馃槅
 
 
Simplesmente esquilo goido
 
 
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True. When I visited my daughter up there, I couldn鈥檛 believe how the squirrels just walked right up to you!
 
 
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At least they have the decency to ask. I saw one of our campus squirrels just steal someone鈥檚 entire popeye鈥檚 biscuit once. Had another shake me down for fries before it let me keep going down the sidewalk
 
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They are to fat. Eating the wrong food.
 
Even the squirrels are obese in America. Instead of being a wake up call, people just go "look at the heckin chonker!!". Very bad sign.
 
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Awwwwww look at the little guy.
 
 
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Poor baby. Will suffer metabolic problems similar to humans.
 
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Did one of your squirrels chew through the schools electrical wires causing a fire/explosion/power outage and having the whole school skip 2 days of classes back in May. In which we recognized that squirrel with this statue??? pic.twitter.com/5xzWMJNyfp
 
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Not very loyal if the are not sporting the blue and gold.
 
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You can tell America is a first world country when even the squirls got diabetes
 
 
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Even in (parks in) Glasgow, where the squirrels will stop you and climb your leg to mooch food, they're not even nearly that chunky. 馃憖
 
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馃槀馃憤馃徎
 
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This meme comes in handy so often. Squirrels shouldn't be fed fucking cheetos lol, you're not helping them that way pic.twitter.com/LPk2PXQEX8
 
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This brings back campus memories I鈥檇 forgotten. Thank you for this 鈽猴笍
 
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You don't need to worry until they start using knives.
 
 
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Damn what did they feed him? A Big Mac? 馃槀馃槀馃槀
 
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Puts them in a dangerous situation... 馃檮
 
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They are massive馃槰
 
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My campus had loads of squirrels, but instead of being fat and friendly they were mischievous little bastards who would stand on a branch over you and drop nuts on your head.
 
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Damn, way too much fat on that thing to eat.
 
 
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Oh wow, those are some chunky cute squirrels.
 
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Now that would be great eating 馃構
 
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They had them at Cal too. Little goobers.
 
nada pra comer nessa faculdade
 
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University of Montana has those too
 
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