Squirrel gets loose

Ange wants to lecture Squirrel, but he learns much more than he was willing to hear about the sexual preferences of some inhabitants of the Domain … Angel: Squirrel, I was looking for you, do you have a minute? Squirrel: of course, Angel! I’m looking for the acorns I buried here a few months ago,…

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Offspring, pleasure, and morality

The Blue Berries would like to have offspring but don’t know how to achieve their goals. They seek advice from the Green berries who know how to seduce but don’t want to go further than the search for pleasure. There follows a reflection on morality. Blue berries: Green berries, we need some advice. Green berries: some advice? We thought…

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Exchange of news beyond the outer-reaches

Snake tells the Deer that Squirrel said they are gay, and that he himself regularly changes sex. The Deer ask him if he could find radio equipment for Turtles and Dead leaves. Snake: eh, Deer, do you know what Squirrel said to Angel? Deer1: no. Deer2: tell us. Snake: she told him you are gay! Deer1: what ?! But…

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The advice of Rabbit

Heron worries about the possible failure of his sexual activities with Heronnee and seeks advice from Rabbit. What he gets is surely not what he expected, but it seems wise nevertheless. Heron: Rabbit, I’d like to ask you something, but it’s a little tricky … Rabbit: Heron, what a surprise! Since you’re in love, you travel a lot! What do…

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Clothes as a social convention

Turtles and Dead Leaves go back to what Goose and Hawk have said about nudism; they explain that clothes are a social convention that defines the values of a given society, and that their rejection aims to create new norms. Turtles: Dead leaves, did you listen to Goose and Hawk lately? Dead leaves: their show about nudism? Turtles: yes, that’s the one. A…

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