Email This Post HomeHumorHamster Horde Amy Vansant June 22, 2012 Humor, Visuals 11 Comments Today while trolling other people’s blogs I made a comment involving hamsters, because I know how disappointed people get when you comment on their blogs and don’t mention hamsters. In the comment I mentioned a “pack of hamsters,” which got me thinking… is it a “PACK” of hamsters? It brought to mind the image of a bunch of hamsters dressed up like a high school production of “Guys and Dolls.” Anyway, I Googled it, and it turns out it is a “HORDE” of hamsters, which is infinitely funnier. So, it being Friday, I took a few hours to make this: Which is clearly time well spent. And I made a tee shirt for myself, which is also available on my store now if you’d like one as well (also available in women’s fitted tee). Though if I’m stamping tee shirts with hordes of hamsters on them, it may tip off my husband that I’m not quite as busy as I said I was when he asked me to help wash the dog. Appended: For Abby, who is clearly helping me get no work done today… She prefers this version. Author Recent Posts Amy VansantAmy Vansant is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal Best-Selling author specializing in fun, funny fiction --- even the murder mysteries. Latest posts by Amy Vansant (see all) Too Many Book Deals, Steals, Kindle Giveaways… - May 27, 2020 Name the Hurricane Winners, Win a Kindle + Books - May 19, 2020 Name the Hurricane, Women Sleuths 99c Sale & Giveaway - May 14, 2020 11 Responses Abby June 22, 2012 Cute, but I might like it better if it was spelled “Whored.” 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant June 22, 2012 Fine. HERE (appended above). Dammit, Abby, I’m not going to get ANY work done today! Thank you! 0 likes Reply Abby June 22, 2012 Thank you. That more accurately depicts the hamsters I’ve had to deal with in the past. 0 likes Amy Vansant June 22, 2012 What the heck kind of docks have you been trolling for hamsters?? 0 likes Angry Turk June 22, 2012 I think that, gramatically speaking, the proper punctuation requires it to be written thus: “Hamster, whored.” You know, there is a market out there for pimping hamsters. Just ask Richard Gere. 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant June 22, 2012 Punctuation has never been my strong suit. 0 likes Reply Scargosun June 22, 2012 It makes me think of the Dothraki…not so much Vikings but I like it a lot. Whore hamster looks like she will be raking in the cash this weekend behind the exercise wheel. 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant June 22, 2012 Dothraki is much more contemporary a reference. The hamster whore is Mother of Dragons. 0 likes Reply Raymond June 23, 2012 I think I’ll stick to my murder of a crows. I just like saying things like, “Did you see that murder across the street?” and “That was some murder on the rooftop last night, you shoulda been there.” 🙂 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant June 23, 2012 I was thinking the crows would be a good next step if I was going to do a series… 0 likes Reply teddy bear hamster July 24, 2012 What if it is a horde of “whoreds” 0 likes Reply Leave a Reply to teddy bear hamster Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Add me to Amy Vansant's Humor Newsletter!