Giraffopia

Ridiculous Reticulation by a Preposterous Giraffe on the Edge

Giraffe Leaping

| February 5, 2013

Did you know that we giraffes enjoy leaping?  Probably never thought about it, but we do.  We are actually pretty good at it.  Some say we can leap better than frogs, but I do not want to argue about that.  Sometimes people get the idea that we giraffes are somehow limited in our abilities, and […]

If It Looks Like Chocolate, Should You Eat It?

| December 22, 2011

If it looks like chocolate, should you eat it?  This is a compelling question.  Unfortunately chocolate is one of those foods that can be deceiving, and lead to a bad day if you get it wrong.  Just because something looks like chocolate does not mean it is something you should try to eat. Here are […]

What You Might Have Missed About Santa

| December 17, 2011

Every year, I have the unpleasant duty of writing about the untold story of Santa Claus.  It has become my lot in life to expose Santa, possibly because I have been on the naughty list for at least 5 years running now.  The one exception was really a fluke several years ago, otherwise I am […]

Camels and Reindeer Have Been Used Throughout History in Place of the Noble Giraffe!

| August 7, 2011

I want to bring to light a disturbing revelation that has been brought forth by the research department at the GLF headquarters. Camels and Reindeer have been used throughout history in place of the noble Giraffe! It seems now defunct sandlot organizations of bleeding heart Camel supporters feigning ‘equality’ for humped animals covertly altered the […]