Hedgehog

by mr ben123mr ben123 04 Oct 2008 11:29
Hedgehogs get their name from being extremely territorial about hedges (hedges being their equivilant of currency). A small garden hedge is worth about 40p in human currency, while the hedge maze at Windsor is worth around forty billion pounds. From this, we get the term hegemony.

A hedgehog can also refer to a topiary swine.

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