Ted Wilson Reviews the World #6


★★★★★ (3 out of 5)

Hello, and welcome to my week-by-week review of everything in the world. Today I am reviewing porcupines.

Most of my knowledge of porcupines comes from cartoons. This may seem like a weak foundation for a review, but the fact of the matter is, no one knows much about porcupines or how they work. Also, it’s really hard to review everything in the world, so if you have a better review of porcupines, please post a link to it in the comments.

Basically porcupines are like a woodchuck or beaver, except they have pointy fur that can be used as a weapon or for comic relief. Sometimes both. These points are called quills, and that’s also what Pilgrims used to write letters by dipping them in ink, or maybe porcupine blood.

I looked on the internet for porcupines but couldn’t find any, so here’s a drawing I did which is pretty accurate. They’re brown, but I didn’t have any brown crayons.

One of the most interesting facts about porcupines is that the mothers probably die in childbirth. Unless they lay eggs, but I don’t think they do.

Please join me next week when I’ll be reviewing sandcastles.

Ted Wilson is a musician, good friend, and widower. His website iamtedwilson.com features all of his reviews (even the banned ones), exciting videos, a live interview with Ted on the radio, and interviews with some of the world's top celebrities! More from this author →