TUESDAY NIGHTYNIGHTIMES... PLUS A MAGICAL-ISH WINTERTIMES TIGERCAT!! (7 photos)
OH!! Hey, guys!! 😊❤️😊❤️😊❤️
Did you know!!?? It is pretty much the Nightynightimes a'gain, plus I am just 'bout to mosey on over to the Dreamingplace!! Truestory!! ...............
'Course our Mirabelly is alreadytimes there, silly puppy!!
Mirabelly is no NIGHTYNIGHTIMES HOOTERBIRD, that is for reals!! Ha ha!! ................
Just lookit thos faceparts for crying out Pete!! 😊😊😊
She is prolly the BESTEST in all of evertimes at being dreamy in the brainmelon!! PROLLY!! ............
OH!! Butt.... 'fore we go-go-go to the Dreamingplace I wanna tell you guys alla 'bout our soopercool shinynew friendlypal!! YES!! ...........................
Plus, maybe you guys will even know him alreadytimes 'cuz he is SOOPERFAMOUS!! Yup!! Plus did you know!!?? He is pretty much the MANAGERMAN for the whole, entire.....
Check him out!! .....................
Say "HI!!" to...SOOHORANG, everybuddy!! Isn't he the coolist!!?? He is from the KOREAplace where the 'LYMPICAL GAMES are happening right nowabouts!! Yup!! PLus that is where UNCLE DANNY is from too!!
Here is a whole buncha wordybits just 'bout him!!
In selecting a tiger as mascot, the PyeongChang 2018 Organising Committee chose an animal closely associated with Korean mythology and culture. The tiger has been a familiar figure in Korean folk tales as a symbol of trust, strength and protection.
In mythology, the white tiger was viewed as a guardian that helped protect the country and its people. The mascot’s colour also evokes its connection to the snow and ice of winter sports.
The name “Soohorang” has additional significance. “Sooho,” the Korean word for “protection”, alludes to the protection of athletes, spectators and other Games participants.
“Rang” derives from the Korean word “ho-rang-i”, which means “tiger”. “Rang” also appears in “Jeongseon Arirang”, the traditional folk music of Gangwon Province, where PyeongChang is located.
IOC Member Gunilla Lindberg, the Chair of the IOC Coordination Commission for the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, praised the mascot choice. She said, “It’s a beautiful animal, strongly associated with Korean culture. It also symbolises the close link between the Olympic Winter Games and the natural environment. I’m sure the new mascot will be very popular with Koreans and people around the world.”
Pretty neato, amirite!!?? IKNOW!! 😊❤️😊❤️😊❤️
Let's all meet up in the Dreamingplace so's we can watcherate the 'Lympical Games plus try to find SOOHORANG in alla the piles of peoples and stuff!! It will be sooperfun and everythings, K? K!!
Okeedoke!! See you in the Dreamingplace, everybuddy!!
❤️❤️❤️ Luvluvlove you guys!! ❤️❤️❤️
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