A rave-womble is an extremely rare alpine mammal that has baffled scientists since its discovery in early 2009. Noted for its prominent woolly head plumage and phosphorescent teeth, the rave-womble is speculated to have originated from Egremont, Cumbria (the home of gurning) and found its way to the Alps by hiding inside a bottle of ketamine. The rave-womble's gait - which appears to clumsily replicate the mating hop of the bird of paradise - makes it one of the most rhythmically challenged species on earth.
Oh my god, did you see the rave-womble? I wish I had my camera with me.
by SFRH III April 07, 2009