Mister Juggles Is For Real

by Mr Juggles

What motivates me? In a rare interview/sale, I give readers a glimpse into my soul in this Mr. Juggles public listing:

My name is Juggles, I belive it´s like so solely cause, ever since I was aware of my paws, I had all kinds of balls in my hands, spining them, throwing them in the air and doing all sorts of tricks with them! 🙂
At the moment I´m practising a special trick by balancing them stacked towerly like on top of my head … do you think I´ll be able to pull it off?!

Recommendation: No man and no woman can ever own me…unless they have $19 at their disposal.

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  1. To The Hilt
    September 21st, 2009 | 5:53 pm

    Giant Squid Captured by U.S. Researchers in Gulf of Mexico
    2009-09-21 18:35:46.322 GMT

    By Ryan Flinn
    Sept. 21 (Bloomberg) — U.S. scientists for the first time captured a giant squid — larger than a New York City taxi — in the Gulf of Mexico, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said.
    The squid measuring almost 20 feet (6.1 meters) in length and weighing more than 100 pounds (45 kilograms) was caught July 30 by a trawl, pulled behind a research vessel, more than 1,500 feet deep, the agency said in a statement.
    While another giant squid was found floating dead in the Gulf in 1954, this is the first time one has been captured during scientific research in the area, NOAA said.
    “As the trawl net rose out of the water, I could see that we had something big in there,” Anthony Martinez, a marine mammal scientist for NOAA’s Fisheries Service, said in the statement. “We knew there was a remote possibility of encountering a giant squid on this cruise, but it was not something we were realistically expecting.”
    The researchers were studying the diversity and availability of sperm whale prey when they pulled up the squid off the coast of Louisiana. It was preserved and sent to the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History for study.
    The squid was more than 2 feet longer than the 2010 Ford Crown Victoria taxi edition.
    Scientists are aware of giant squid in the Gulf because remnants have been found in the stomachs of predators such as sperm whales, NOAA said. The creatures are more likely to be found near deeper waters.

  2. Hans Moleman
    September 21st, 2009 | 8:22 pm

    Always knew you were a bear.

    (Sorry, had to be done)

  3. September 22nd, 2009 | 12:17 am

    Filled with pollyfill? Hrm, I always figured you were fulla something else entirely, who’da thunk it!?

  4. HF
    September 22nd, 2009 | 4:30 am

    Ship from Slovenia for $5.00 USD, you travel cheap…

    Also, how do you hedge against the dolar?

  5. paddy
    September 24th, 2009 | 6:18 pm

    Mr Juggles, meet Mr Squiggles, saviour of the economy. Maybe