Humans think we’re superior to animals – but actually, as this blog will prove, we are just the same.
- Reason why Humans and Squirrels are the same.
Both creatures (squirrels and humans) put too much food in their mouth. We see humans do this regularly on Steak Night. OK, so whilst humans don’t stretch their cheeks painfully to breaking point, it doesn’t mean they can be awarded the upper hand in this situation. Squirrels might fill their cheeks but at least they don’t continue polite conversation whilst spitting bits of meat everywhere.
- Reason why Humans and Monkeys are the same.
Both humans and monkeys find it hard to choose from our menu. ‘Should we go steak or should we go quiche? Do I want a burger or do I fancy lasagne?’ Common questions asked by humans and monkeys when browsing our hearty menu!
- Reason why Humans and Pugs are the same.
As well as the obvious (wrinkles and hairy ears), humans and pugs share the same desire to eat food from someone else’s plate. The old saying ‘the grass is always greener on the other side’ springs to mind because whatever you choose to eat, you will always want what your dining partner has chosen. As every pug owner will tell you, whenever they see you eating, they won’t rest until they’ve had a little taste and who could say no to a face like this?
- Reason why Humans and Giraffes are the same.
Waiting for food makes both humans and giraffes do this; salivating as they imagine their delicious meal being brought to their table and then gobbling down the whole lot in ten seconds flat. Count yourself lucky that you aren’t a giraffe though, think of all that extra time their stomachs have to wait as the food makes it down their long throat? Your short throatedness is most definitely a benefit where being hungry is concerned.
- Reason Why Humans and Chameleons are the Same.
Both species can’t hide the mind boggling excitement they feel when reading our dessert menu. Chocolate fudge cake or homemade treacle tart? It’s almost too much!!! Thankfully, a quick rendition of Karma Chameleon calms both species enough to make a decision. Chameleons can do one thing that humans can’t – their long lizardy tongues make enjoying every last bit from the bowl much, much easier.
So give in to your animal instincts and trot, gallop, slither, scurry or swing your way over to The Bowgie Inn, Crantock, and tuck in. It has something for everyone…whatever their species!
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