WuZZles are cute little furballs with large eyes, mouths, antennae, and big feet. Some people claim that they're actually WeeBles, (""Weeples?"") which are apparently something you encounter a lot when doing charity-type things for school. Technically there's some kiddie TV show out there with "Wuzzles" that are all weird two-animal crosses, but they're not as cute. Or as ill-fated.
I heard weepuls .. at least that was the name that the company that did one of those MLM/fundraising programs in my school called them -- they gave them out as prizes and they had cute names and huge feet
Weebles wobble but don't fall over. These don't sound like that type.
WuZZles were first created by SeleneTan when she was very frustrated with chemistry. She drew a WuZZle being boiled in 16M H2S04. Later WuZZles were titrated with KOH, mistaken for boiling chips, forced through diffraction gratings, used in projectile motion experiments as well as experiments testing the coefficient of friction of spike floors, and in general tortured whenever SeleneTan got annoyed with one of her classes. Sometime during SummerMath WuZZles developed the ability to radiate lightning bolts, which they used in the as-yet-unfinished WuZZleVSTribble?.
Does anyone have any suggestions for what the poor, beleaguered, WuZZles can do?
It sounds like WuZZles may be related to groodies. Someone should see what adaptations they have to live out of alcohol. Can a picture be made available?
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Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear. Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair. Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn't very fuzzy, was he?