Man’s best friend. A man’s best friend.
I’m not sure I’ll ever get tired of saying that, because it’s an adorable nickname that has nothing to do with the fact that a certain character is a mans best friend. Mans best friend is named after the famous manises of the Caribbean, which can be seen as the cutest pets in the world. Mans best friend is a very gentle, innocent, and very nice man.
Mans best friend isn’t just a cute nickname. He can also be intimidating, and definitely a bit violent. However, unlike most of his friends, he’s not in a constant battle with the other humans who are his friends.
So, basically because of his name, he can be a bit of a badass.
The reason why he’s so intimidating is because he is a lion.
Manises were bred as an exotic pet by the French in the late 1700s. The pet was a cross of a lion and a hyena. The hyena was the lion’s guard dog, and the lion had to be a bit stronger and more aggressive to defend his cubs. Now, in the 21st century, you can have your little manis, and in the future they will be even more of an exotic pet. The current trend is for them to be cute as fuck.
The cute factor for manis is due to their ability to control their height. They can do this by biting their opponent’s testicles to make them stick higher up, or by biting the opponent’s face to make him look bigger.
It’s a bit hard to imagine a hyena that isn’t pretty enough. But there is one. The hyena is the official mascot for the National Football League, the most violent franchise in the NFL. But if you’re into violent football, and you’re not looking to be the next Tom Brady, then why not give hyenas a shot as a mascot? In football, hyenas are the mascots of the American Football League.
Just like a few other mascots, the hyena is a symbol of strength in the American Football League. For some reason, the NFL likes to use hyenas to symbolize strength. Most mascots in sports are basically a cartoonish representation of the sports they represent. The mascots of the NFL are different. The hyenas are usually larger, more aggressive, and more aggressive than the footballs they represent.