ArtOfZoo - The Pack

 

Just a quick one Gang. I was recently disturbed to discover that my younger brother did not know what “school” meant. I guess when you are busy dodging bullets and looking out the window wondering how the previous generations had left your world in such a shit state for you, I guess little details like education go by the by.

Yes I know many of you come here to fap, and that is fine. But hey, if I can trick you into learning something along the way, where’s the problem hm? 😉

So. For those that don’t know – particularly our non-native English speaking Members – in English we have words for all kinds of things. Including groups of animals. In case you were interested, here’s a list…

 


  • Apes: a shrewdness
  • Badgers: a cete
  • Bats: a colony or a camp
  • Bears: a sloth or a sleuth
  • Bees: a swarm
  • Buffalo: a gang or obstinacy
  • Camels: a caravan
  • Cats: a clowder or a glaring; Kittens: a litter or a kindle; Wild Cats: a destruction
  • Cobras: a quiver
  • Crocodiles: a bask
  • Crows: a murder
  • Dogs: a pack; Puppies: a litter
  • Donkeys: a drove
  • Eagles: a convocation
  • Elephants: a parade
  • Elk: a gang or a herd
  • Falcons: a cast
  • Ferrets: a business
  • Fish: a school
  • Flamingos: a stand
  • Fox: a charm
  • Frogs: an army
  • Geese: a gaggle
  • Giraffes: a tower
  • Gorillas: a band
  • Hippopotami: a bloat
  • Hyenas: a cackle
  • Jaguars: a shadow
  • Jellyfish: a smack
  • Kangaroos: a troop or a mob
  • Lemurs: a conspiracy
  • Leopards: a leap
  • Lions: a pride
  • Moles: a labor
  • Monkeys: a barrel or a troop
  • Mules: a pack
  • Otters: a family
  • Oxen: a team or a yoke
  • Owls: a parliament
  • Parrots: a pandemonium
  • Pigs: a drift or drove (younger pigs) or a sounder or a team (older pigs)
  • Porcupines: a prickle
  • Rabbits: a herd
  • Rats: a colony
  • Ravens: an unkindness
  • Rhinoceroses: a crash
  • Shark: a shiver
  • Skunk: a stench
  • Snakes: a nest
  • Squirrels: a dray or a scurry
  • Stingrays: a fever
  • Swans: a bevy or a game (if in flight: a wedge)
  • Tigers: an ambush or a streak
  • Toads: a knot
  • Turkeys: a gang or a rafter
  • Turtles: a bale or a nest
  • Weasels: a colony, a gang or a pack
  • Whales: a pod, a school, or a gam
  • Wolves: a pack
  • Zebras: a zeal

 


There. You learn something new every day 🙂 I didn’t know half of these, so we’re all winning. I used to live a couple streets across from Damon AllBran, of the band Gorillaz. If he couldn’t get a taxi to the studio he would sometimes jump on the number 23 bus with us peasants. But he’d pull his t-shirt up over his nose so people didn’t recognize him. Way to not stand out Bruh 😉

And “a fever of stingrays”? Cool 😀

 

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9 Comments
  1. Niam 1 year ago

    Nice. I can now search for gangbang with these words .

  2. Gummifrei 1 year ago

    Hu, in der Übersetzung kommt da wirklich viel “lustiges” raus!

  3. 1Blondie 1 year ago

    School has changed since I went. And since my kids . So weird what the grandkids are … not …. learning. Just my opinion.

  4. Bigred21476 1 year ago

    🤔

  5. k9cocklover 1 year ago

    A knot of toads! Lol

  6. brickdover 1 year ago

    I heard that a group of Baboons is called a Congress. That’s perfect.

  7. KaliKay9 1 year ago

    A murder of crows is metal AF

  8. Alexandra2018 1 year ago

    Thanks i learned making english homework with my daughter that pack could also be a group of wolves 😀🖒

  9. Myno 1 year ago

    Wow, I have learned so many unnecessary things today! 😆

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