Posts Tagged ‘Minions’

Once again I had several great terms to choose from for this week’s “most outrageous search term used to find me.”

Winning Search Term #2 (week of Oct 24):

“who was the munchkin that hung himself”

Hmmm…

I do refer to my kids as the minions or the munchkins, but I assure you that neither has been hanged. They are well, and I can only hope the person who searched for this and found me here was actually just a misguided Wizard of Oz fan.

A rare sight in the hot, dry climate of the West Texas Panhandle today…

Rare Spotted Minion Foraging for Sugar and Caffeine

A Spotted Minion was found foraging for sugar-containing food and drink, wearing a shoe robbed from another, larger minion. Most forms of food and drink, and many kinds of clothing and accessories are commonly found missing after a sighting of a Minion of any kind, especially the younger ones.

Minions are cuddly creatures that love to be held and played with, and make great pets and family members. They are sometimes a handful, as they love to climb and dismantle things. They get along well with other creatures, often sighted snuggling with domestic cats and dogs. If you see one, a Minion can often be coaxed near with a handful of mini-marshmallows or a beverage with a straw.

A Sweet and Happy Critter

These creatures are scavengers, eating and drinking what they find. Some are picky, but they are almost always up for something sugary.

Spotted minions are extremely rare, and often mistaken for those of the more common species. This is because the spots are only evident in special circumstances…in this case, a sheet of pricing labels was left unattended and was taken by two minions, resulting in the appearance of spots.

There have also been sightings of Striped Minions, usually in concurrence to the disappearance of markers. Fancy Minions are often seen in stolen beads and tiaras, and are normally larger in size than this Spotted Minion seen here.

Other names for the Minion include, Little Sh*t, Buddy, Klepto-Kid, and Dammit Son