Armadillo dancing to Billie Jean.

Yes, you read that title correctly. This is 15 of the most delightful seconds of video you will ever see. Why did I post it on Stuff Christians Like? Because I’m pretty sure that armadillo is a Calvinist.

Or because I like what I do. I do what I like. I could quit and get it back like I’m riding a bike. Or to put it less lyrically, because I like posting things that made me laugh. And this did.

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  1. Theresa says

    Hmmm…how can I critique your soul for posting this in order to tie two of your daily posts together? I guess I’ll just take this as it was intended and laugh. Loudly. Although I will say that this is interesting because I’ve never seen a live armadillo. I thought they only existed as dead roadside decorations.

    • David Mike says

      My picture is from my Google+ profile. If you are using gmail, go set up your profile and it should automatically add your photo to anything linked to your gmail.

  2. David Mike says

    Those things were everywhere when I lived in Louisiana. I remember going in the back yard to retrieve my poodle (it’s OK, I’m a hairdresser) to stumble upon him trying to “connect” with an armadillo. I thought to myself, now that’s got to hurt!

  3. Johnny. B. Hall says

    Now I would have bet a bitcoin or two that the video is being run backwards! Belonging to a different fraternity, I am not familiar with the way armadillos walk (or moonwalk). Is this legit?

  4. teamstrand says

    Many moons ago, back when the king of pop was still around, my husband and I had the rare opportunity to participate in an armadillo race. As you would probably imagine, the only way to spur the armadillo on was to blow rapidly on it’s backside. I couldn’t make that up. Well, I could, but I didn’t.

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