Friday, 20 September 2013

And the Winner is...

BLOBFISH!!! Recently, the British Science Festival in Newcastle announced blobfish to to be the ugliest creatures on the face of the earth.  Isn't it wonderful? Now just look at this beautiful description of the blobfish that Ms. Victoria Gill from BBC news gave:
'The grumpy-looking, gelatinous blobfish has won a public vote to become the official mascot of the Ugly Animal Preservation Society.'
Not only is the Blobfish famous, but it is now the official mascot of the Ugly Animal Preservation Society!  Many thanks to the UAPS from my fellow Blobfish friends.  In the big vote, the Blobfish topped some other extremely unsightly animals such as the proboscis monkey, the pig-nosed turtle (that's a pretty tough title to beat) and the amphibian well known as the scrotum frog.  To be more precise, the Blobfish won by over 10,00 votes.  Just think about it, 10,000 votes!  Hopefully, such an announcement will draw more attention to the Preservation and safety of unsightly animals.
As the Blobfish won the Ugly Animal Vote, it has also become the Ugly Animals Society mascot.  Now, I know for a fact that the Ugly Animals Preservation Society is not a very well known group of people, surprisingly, this is the first time I've ever even heard of them! I know, the Blobfish, the mighty Blobfish, hasn't known that the UAPS existed for the past 12 years! I have been living underneath a rock.  But I would like to advise YOU, the reader, to take a look at the UAPS (Ugly Animal Preservation Society) by checking out their website-

Also, I know that I have not been posting very frequently lately (this is for you, Glasswing Butterfly)- I, the Blobfish, pledge my allegiance to the Amazing Animals Society, that I will hereby from now on post at least once a week and keep up with the Pawsome Scribbles.  Are you happy now, Glasswing Butterfly?

Blobfish out

Still waiting for your promise to come true- Glasswing Butterfly

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Nice to know you're showing interest in what we're doing. The Glasswing Butterfly and the Blobfish urge you to be nice while commenting and will hunt you down and find you if you aren't. You don't want to see a near-invisible butterfly and a gloppy slimy blob outside your front door. Trust me.