Day 9: A Bond is a Bond (no matter how small)

“James Bond” is a real man’s man.

The ladies love him too.

Even while doing down-and-dirty battle with evil villains, Bond stays smoothly debonair – the epitome of suave masculine style.

While most beings assume that Bond only exists amongst the featherless clans, the truth is, many species have their own Bond.

You may not be able to discern which being is Bond just by their size.

But you can always spot a Bond by looking for classic coloration and a confident and cool demeanor.

Here, Sean Connery is "Bond." Notice the classic coloration and the calm and confident demeanor.

Here, Sean Connery is “Bond.” Notice the classic coloration and the confident and cool demeanor. -image courtesy of http://stmedia.startribune.com/images/1pickk1224.jpg

Here is James (Pearl) Bond - sporting the same classic coloration and confident demeanor.

Here is James (Pearl) Bond – sporting the same classic coloration and confident and cool demeanor.

Roger Moore, again featuring classic coloration and a coolly confident stare.

Roger Moore as “Bond,” again featuring classic coloration and a coolly confident demeanor. -image courtesy of http://i.usatoday.net/life/_photos/2008/01/15/moorex.jpg

Bond (with feathers) - an inter-species mirror image of the original.

James (Pearl) Bond – an inter-species mirror image of the original, complete with classic coloration and a coolly confident demeanor.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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