Hot Slut Of The Day!

November 29, 2016 / Posted by:

The member of Africa’s Not The One Club who wasn’t about to let any part of it end up in a lion’s stomach. 

Planet Earth II continues to be the gift that keeps on giving… in the UK anyway. It doesn’t start airing in the U.S. until late January, because 2016 just can’t give us anything good this year. I posted a clip from the sloth version of The Bachelor and a finger-biting battle between a baby iguana and members of Taylor Swift’s squad, and now here’s another fight between a hungry lion and the Hot Slut giraffe it tried to eat.

In the fourth episode of Planet Earth II, Sir Richard Attenborough’s voice took viewers to the desert, and in one scene, a lioness was just trying to get herself some food, but her food wasn’t having it. Animals eating animals is the circle of life, but the Michael Flatley of giraffes temporarily broke that circle by Riverdancing all over that lion. This clip may leave your emotions torn in two. On one hand, you don’t want to see that giraffe get nom nom’d to death by a lioness. But on the other hand, seeing that lioness go hungry may leave you with that sad feeling you feel when you go to Hometown Buffet and find out that the soft serve machine is out of service.

That giraffe kick to the face… Every lion felt that one.

That lioness probably went back to her pride and had to deal with all of them throwing her a look that said, “Bitch, you got taken down by the  Toys ‘R’ Us mascot.” Meanwhile, the giraffe was probably greeted by a bunch of cheering giraffes who threw her a look that said, “YAASS QUEEN, you took down Mufasa’s niece!

(For Ellen)

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