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Comic #2814

1 Mordekai: I think we lost the dinosaurs.
2 Lambert: Yeah, but now we're even more lost ourselves. I bet there are hordes of unusually sized rodents out there in this swamp.
3 Mordekai: Like capybaras?
3 Lambert: No! I meant giant rats! Big nasty filthy ravenous rats!
4 Mordekai: I dunno... capybaras are pretty unusual.

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The very first time I saw The Princess Bride, when Westley first mentioned "rodents of unusual size", the first thing that came to my mind was not giant rats, but capybaras. Probably because I'd recently seen them on a nature documentary by David Attenborough.

I guess Westley can be thankful they were merely giant rats, and not some of these.

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