Prince Gomolvilas

The Crazy Nastyass Honey Badger

Filed By Prince Gomolvilas | May 31, 2011 8:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: National Geographic, Randall's Wild Wild World of Animals, Sassy Gay Friend

For those of you who are tired of "Sassy Gay Friend" (I mean, when this stuff is showing up on Comedy Central it's time to hang up the scarf, isn't it?), "Randall's Wild Wild World of Animals" should keep you sufficiently occupied and laughing. It's just some dude named Randall - who has a swish in his voice that could stop traffic - narrating National Geographic videos of animals in the wild.

Watch the one about the "nastyass honey badger" after the jump. [NSFW because of some foul language]

I honestly never know for sure what may or may not offend Bilerico readers (you're all as wildly unpredictable as that crazy nastyass honey badger!), so have at it if you must.

(Crossposted at Bamboo Nation)

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Good. I don't want you to beat me up. Because you can.

LOVE THIS. especially as a gay living in Wisconsin.

Ah, Wisconsin, ain't so bad--I was born in Indiana (KKK headquarters, yay!).

I like nature shows and would love to have them narrated like this. Could use a little more real info on the Bad Ass Badger but over all, I give it a 7 out of 10.

Ha ha, that's what Wikipedia is for. :)

Lynn Miller | June 1, 2011 8:00 AM

Four years ago, rumors swept southern Iraq that the British military had deliberately released man-eating, bear-like creatures. The UK was forced to release a public denial: "We can categorically state that we have not released man-eating badgers into the area." This, however, did not convince everyone.

Lynn, that's got to be one of the greatest news stories ever reported! :)

Lynn Miller | June 1, 2011 11:55 PM

Honey badger is bad ass. :)