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  • n. Plural form of hamster.


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  • Therese, that pix of the hamsters is too cute! on 13 Mar 2008 at 2: 32 pm Therese Walsh

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  • Mrs Bickle will not be pleased when Ms Smith appears on TV in floods of tears announcing ID cards and ASBOs for hamsters is the way to make us all safe!

    Abu Hamster

  • A lifestyle where one of their past times is buying gerbils and hamsters from the pet store and cramming them up their rears in an activity called feltching?


  • In other news, we have no protein in the house now, and we're pretty sure one of our hamsters is a hermaphrodite - she's gotten pregnant TWICE now when there wasn't a male anywhere near her cage.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • One of my hamsters is a hermaphrodite who keeps impregnating herself.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • Does not trust dog, cat; calls hamsters "questionable"

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  • Xavier Onassis Prince Poppycock for President lambert And now I'm outta here again, I hope captain nemo It looks like I'm going to be able to upgrade the server, and so the hamsters will be a good deal happier soon. lambert Sorry for the unexpected turbulence.


  • Well, should you own two hamsters, that is the eco-footprint equivalent of your plasma.


  • Store manager B.J. Chavez says the hamsters are the hottest toys this season and the store generally sells out within 10 minutes.


  • Apart from the moment when he pulls the trigger — and all the power of Richard Price's talent for characterization lies coiled inside those words "apart from" — the most telling aspect of the young killer's personality is the helpless, reflexive tenderness and diligence with which he takes care of his "hamsters," the three young ex-stepsiblings with whom the serial injustices of his life have burdened him.

    In Priceland


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