Schweez notes: "Obviouschly Raschmusch has been practisching - his yawnsch are
perfect in both form and funkschun. But I have to wonder why he isch holding on? Releasch, my friend, isch the purposch of thisch Art of
Yawning! Don't hold on to the cage wiresch! Let go - let it all out!"
Charmin comments (sarcastically): "Indeed, gravity will take you where you need
to go and will make you one with your napping surface!"
Schweez notes: "Look at the poor guy, he'sch practically schtarving! But as far
asch the yawn goesch, thisch isch what I like to schee. You can juscht feel the schtressch flowing out of hisch body and charging outward via
hisch fingertipsch! Obviouschly Raschmusch hasch been practisching. Truly a schtupendousch yawn!"
Guilty notes: "What a handsome guy. Luther certainly reminds me of someone close
to my heart (me!). That yawn is not only perfect but it emphasizes his beauty, both in and out. Really, what a stud! I just hope there's enough
ladies in the world for the both of us!"
Seedl notes: "I think this yawn is great - it's quite obvious Horace is making a
statement and the way he uses his tail to balance the motion of his tongue is truly exemplary!
Those who capture yawns on (digital) film never get credit where credit is due, however, so I also want to take this opportunity to commend
Natti for taking a wonderful photo! Obviously Horace's manly circumference helps, but Natti has managed to take a perfectly centered photo
capturing all the brilliance and beauty of Horace's wonderfully-executed yawn (and without missing an inch of his ample furry bottom!).
I know for a fact that this is a challenge to Yawntographers as our own personal in-house Yawntographer has yet to capture such a pose from
such a perfect angle!"
Schweez notes: "I am quite dischappointed by thisch yawn. It scheems that poor
Raschmusch (nice name, by the way - I like the conglomeraschun of Sch's) hasch been rudely awakened from hisch schlumber. Yawnsch are bescht
eusched in a therapeutic schensch, like Rat Yoga."