Oh Gawd! I’ve been HonkPilled!

Sometimes you need a bit of a laugh. One of the things I like about NOT being a “Woke SJW” is that I can still laugh at all sorts of funny stuff. There’s whole books full of “Forbidden Humor” they can’t have, that I get to enjoy.

Another fun thing I like is that they are just so easy to trigger and then you get to watch their ‘spody heads pop and their eyes bug out and their verbal diarrhea spill on the floor until they slip in it and Prat Fall like a good clown…

So needless to say, I found myself starting with a good chuckle over Pepe The Frog with rainbow hair, and slowly working up to a full on laugh at the folks going BSC (Bat Shit Crazy) about it.

Seems the Pepe Rainbow Hair is a “put up job” for the express purpose of reclaiming the rainbow while triggering as many SJWs as possible. A real “Two Fer!”. Named “Honkler”, I’ve now come to enjoy the little guy… It also seems that the process of realizing you either need to cry or laugh, and embracing the laughing side of life is something Honkler is intended to stimulate. The process of “going there” being called being “Honk Pilled”. So after watching this video I realized that now, I, too, have been Honk Pilled! Laissez les bons temps rouler! (Let the good times roll!)

I think maybe I need to get me a rainbow wig and a red clown nose… for those “special” occasions ;-) ( I already look a bit like a frog, but maybe some green face paint would help the effect ;-)

Now you might think there’s a Wiki Page for everything. Some of the most obscure things on the planet have a wiki page. Well, looks like Honkler is Persona non grata:

Did you mean: hockley

The page “Honkler” does not exist. You can ask for it to be created.

There were no results matching the query.

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But no worries. These folks: https://www.reddit.com/r/honkler/comments/b9l23w/honkler_union_flag/

Not only say:

Honk! Here we can politely share and celebrate Honkler memes while celebrating diversity! šŸ¤” šŸŒˆwww.FROGvsFEELS.com

But they even have a nice flag too:

Honkler Freedom Flag

Honk! Honk!!

Just remember that now “Honk” is going to be “racist” so EVERY car, truck and train on the planet is now Racist!!! Welcome to Clown World! Honk Honk!!!

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About E.M.Smith

A technical managerial sort interested in things from Stonehenge to computer science. My present "hot buttons' are the mythology of Climate Change and ancient metrology; but things change...
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46 Responses to Oh Gawd! I’ve been HonkPilled!

  1. Larry Ledwick says:

    I can see the protest signs now.

    Honk if you you have been honk pilled.
    or
    Honk if you support Honkler.

  2. E.M.Smith says:

    Guess there won’t be any “Honk if you hate Honkler!” protests ;-)

    This is just GREAT! We now completely own the “Honk Space”!!

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  4. cdquarles says:

    ROFLOL That’s a good one. I may be a curmudgeon of a greybeard granddad (like the one before me who raised me, sans beard); but I can laugh. At myself and whenever I see or hear a joke.

  5. E.M.Smith says:

    Here’s Tim Pool’s take on it:

  6. Larry Ledwick says:

    I love Tim’s rational take on the world. He is one of the few legitimate journalists still out there.

  7. Larry Ledwick says:

    His new video –

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    Crap wrong string on the clip board

  9. Larry Ledwick says:

    Here is his straight news video channel (not bad for a one man operation)

    https://www.youtube.com/subversevideos

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    KAGTrump Ewegot šŸš‚ šŸ‡ŗšŸ‡ø ā­ļø ā­ļø ā­ļø Retweeted
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    This is what happens when a HOA tells an old guy, he needs to cover his garbage cans so they are not visible from the street.

  16. Larry Ledwick says:

    I think this falls under sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander heading:

  17. Larry Ledwick says:

    A little chuckle for all, who are sometimes amazed at warning signs.

  18. Larry Ledwick says:

    Possible campaign poster for the Dems in 2020.

    I think it might need some work.

  19. Larry Ledwick says:

    Speaking of “honk” – sorry my 12 year old self could not resist passing this on.

    The perfect response to so much of the political posting going on right now.

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  23. H.R. says:

    Here’s a good one posted by patrickhenrycensored over on The Conservative TreeHouse

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  25. E.M.Smith says:

    Nice ones! ;-)

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  28. cdquarles says:

    LOL, That’s a good one, Larry.

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  33. E.M.Smith says:

    We have 2 dawgs. One Dachshund and one Malti-Poo. The Malti-poo is the smartest by far. But, what really impresses me, is the degree to which their facial expressions and body language ‘speak’. We very much understand each other (and my verbal “Dachshund” is getting much better – we’ve had a few 2 to 3 sentence ‘conversations’ already…)

    So “That Look!” of “Don’t, just Don’t!” is VERY clear to me.

    There are some claims that humans and dogs have “shared” for up to 40,000 years and that the difference between dogs and wolves is that dogs share emotive communications with people while wolves are independent agents. I fully embrace that, as my dogs “talk to me” via their expressions in fairly fine detail, and they read mine in return. I’m quite sure that has veracity. We’ve co-evolved to understand each other, and that takes 10s of thousands of years.

    Cats not so much….

    Cats look to have about 10,000 years of co-evolution, don’t “people read” as well, and are mostly loved for their “independence and disdain” for humans. That said, I really loved my cat until he ran off for a few years. He eventually ended up back home thanks to his “chip”, but was shortly in kitty heaven… though a lot of local cats look a lot like him ;-) So I can’t fault his choices.

    THE thing that amazes me most is how much various species are willing to accept each other. We had a crow that let us pet it, as he inspected us trying to figure out what we were. After about 10 minutes of “mutual inspection” he flew off somewhere never to be seen again, but it was clear he was an explorer interested in figuring out what we were, as we to him… Similarly a pigeon “adopted” us and was thrilled when we took him to the park to fly with other pigeons. He came back to the truck cab for the ride home, and was Royally Pissed when we put him outside the cab… realizing it wasn’t a “Family Outing” but an abandonment…. There’s more, including a “raised free” bunny accepting me (and my learning to speak broken Bunnish…) and talking to a batch of semi-wild bunnies – I learned that a bit too high a pitch and too tight a sound on “I’m excited to see you” becomes “there’s a predator bird”…. as they all looked skyward then looked at me, then scuttled underground “on my word”… That being the moment I realized Bunnish is a tone based language..

    That, too, was the point when I realized we are not alone. There are many species on this Earth that talk to each other and have some amount of language and intelligence. We can learn to talk to them if we take the time. I have. It is in some ways the high point in my life, to be accepted as a Great Bunny by a clan of Free Range Bunnies living in my back yard. (I’d set their great grand parents free some years back to make a natural warren… and then to be accepted by the tribe was very special…)

    We are NOT special, we are just more arrogant and gifted with some peculiar symbolic skills.

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  36. cdquarles says:

    He he. So true.

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  38. p.g.sharrow says:

    @EMSmith; “Talk to the Animals” came naturally to me from a very early age. They do converse if you listen to all the cues they transmit. And they do pay attention to you for your thoughts and moods if you are clear with your clues to them. As modern humans we generally depend on verbalization of complex concepts and don’t really pay attention to the non-verbal. Your reduced hearing abilities makes you more attentive to non-verbal clues maybe even into the telepathic. I have had animals “shout” into my head when I had no idea of their presents and they were in great danger from my intended actions. Animals “smell” fear and aggression, in a manner,..pg

  39. beththeserf says:

    Magpie talks dog language. )

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  41. E.M.Smith says:

    @Beththeserf:

    That’s a great video! There’s some collections of odd inter-species friendships kicking about, but few with such “joy in playing” in them.

    For a while we had some Raccoons who’d come to accept us. I had a bird feeder over a picture window and some of the “mess” from the birds would get on the ground and a shelf on the outside. I started putting “dog food bowls” of bird seed and sunflower seeds out. (We eventually got a flock of very large California Band Tailed Pigeons – about 2 x the size of a “regular” pigeon and somewhat endangered) stopping by.

    One morning I noticed some muddy smear paw prints on the window… That night, sitting up a bit late, a couple of raccoon ears, then eyes slowly rose above the edge of the shelf… standing on the water barrel under it. Peering in….

    Shortening a long story… Making eye contact, then looking away a few times, then some paw “grab and go” and eventually “on the shelf for chow time”… I added some dry cat kibble in following nights. Eventually we had tribe of about 4 or 5 of them for nightly dinner.

    On a couple of occasions I’d go to “top up” the food and someone would be watching. Eventually watching from just the other end of the shelf. On one occasion I left the “refill” window open while I went to get some more from the kitchen, only to find a raccoon face peering at me 1/2 inside, when I returned. We’d developed a “relationship”….

    One was still timid (“Bobber” as he would bob his face up to snap a picture, then have a think off stage before deciding it was OK to hit the food bowl) but another (could never settle on Columbus or Marco Polo ;-) was much more willing to explore with us visible.

    It eventually reached the point where some of them, when the food dish ran low / empty, would put a paw on the window and “tap” it. “Hey! Room Service!! ) or two paws at once patting the glass (“How do I get this thing to open and have the food delivered?”…

    We eventually had to stop all that as I was going through a big bag of birdseed (about 30 lbs?) and a big bag of kibble, per week or so. That, and a variety of other less pleasant rodents had started exploring the food supply.

    There were a few nights of “Why? Nothing? Was it something I said or did?” with plaintive peering in at us. Then a few “Just checking, yeah, still nothing….” visits. Then nothing…

    A friend has a cockatiel that holds conversations. About 3 yr old child level. “I Want dinner”. “No, no sleep!” “Give me a treat?” “I don’t like him” “Where’s the kitty cat?”. All very much in context and with appropriate actions as precursor / follower. It was interesting watching her try to convince the bird to get in the birdcage and be covered what with guests being over an all… Eventually the bird was persuaded when it was told that “Yes, I’ll give you a cookie”… and then it came down from the curtain rod and went into the cage.

    Once you have started talking WITH the animals, and they realize you are not so dumb after all and can understand them, they start to say a lot more… I only started hearing the more subtle bits of Bunnish once the bunnies had accepted me as “OK”. The soft “chittering” sounds they make when happy and saying things like “I really like this bean leaf”… They tended to “go silent” before I was accepted, only letting out warning cries. Similarly, the Dachshund has become more “conversational” as she realizes she is being heard. Before it was more “Whine I want” then a “snort – not happy” if she didn’t get some snack I was eating. Now there is more “bargaining” with me saying things like “no, it’s mine” and her doing things like a “toe lick” and “see, I love you, we’re the same pack!” and a more nuanced “What abut me?” sort of slightly ggrrryyyy instead of the whine. Her “disdain snort” and her “Defiant last bark” now mostly reserved for outside being told it is time to come in and stop barking…

    Our Crow: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_crow
    Our Pigeons: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Band-tailed_pigeon
    The Cockatiel https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cockatiel

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