“Spicing things up in the bedroom” is a phrase that we’re tired of hearing — at least, from humans. When we came across this super sexy llama photo, we realized that there is one creature we would still gladly take sex advice from: the llama. For example: “Always announce when you’re not wearing panties. You know, just as an invitation.” Brilliant, right? Here are 10 more tips for livening up your bedroom routine, inspired by — you guessed it — llamas.
Say hello to Oscar the llama, who has learned how to adorably fetch a sock like a puppy. Who knew llamas could skip like that? Who knew llamas could play fetch? And unlike a golden retriever, you can actually use your adorable llama’s fur for yarn. Or, you know, Internet fame. [Daily Picks & Flicks]
Rojo, a 5-foot-tall llama, was happily accepting hugs from passersby at a fair when someone suggested his calm demeanor would make him a great therapist. That’s when a lightbulb went on for his owner, Lori Gregory. She started Mtn Peaks Therapy Llamas, and now takes Rojo, along with his alpaca BFF Napoleon and a few other furry camelids to visit children’s hospitals and retirement homes throughout the Portland area. The animals always get a great response from patients and caregivers, and help people forget their worries for awhile. “Everybody has their gifts that they’re given,” says Gregory. “And I believe our llamas are our gift that we share with the community and world.” Check out the sweet video to see Rojo and Napoleon in action! [KOIN 6]
Dogs are so over. It’s all about pet llamas now. A UK couple proved that llamas can do what dogs do, maybe even more. Tim and Terri Crowfoot managed to train their pack of seven pet llamas — David, Dillon, Thomas, Oscar, Toby, Mary, and Ann — how to do all sorts of dog tricks like fetching, sitting, rolling over, shaking. They can even pull carts and jump through hoops! If you thought of llamas as spitting camel cousins with funny hairdos, think again. Llamas are highly intelligent according to the Crowfoots. They communicate by humming (hey, me too!) and using a series of body, ear, and tail postures, which has made it possible to train them so well. And they’re friendly! “They love playing fetch — their little faces just light up. Our friends think it’s hilarious — but as long as the llamas are happy and having fun, then so are we … The llamas can now do everything your average dog can do, and more,” the proud owners bragged. Okay. Sold! Pet llama it is. I can dye its hair and make it pull me around in a wagon. I just have to figure out where my llama is going to sleep. [Daily Mail UK] Keep reading »