Little Hamsters Collection
As hamsters are incredibly popular, here are various ones in costume! This collection is entirely of hamsters in 6 cute varieties (including a school girl, a gal, an angel, and a nurse).
From this year on, she is working at Hamu Clinic. She is careful not to make mistakes because the head nurse is scary. For some reason she is popular with elderly men.
She is a second year student at Hamu Academy. Recently, she has had trouble paying her cell phone costs. She is popular in class but she is often late and the teacher is always mad at her.
She is entering the Hamu Cathedral choir. Her songs are better than anyone and a talent scout has his eye on her. It has been said that she wants to become a gospel singer.
She is doing a part time job in Hamu Land. In the middle of the summer, she is quite happy because her body wight decreases to 50g. She saves money for the travel that she loves. A place she wants to try to go to is Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
She is a first year at Hamu Women's College. She likes Para Para¹ more than anything else. At a club in Hamutahashi,² she dances every night. The trouble is, it has been said that she doesn't have a sense of rhythm.
She is a senior at Hamu High School. She is the cheerleader captain and everyone has strong faith in her. Recently, it has been said that she is going out with Hamumura-kun³ from the soccer club.
- Para Para (Japanese: パラパラ; also "Para-Para" or "ParaPara") is a popular Japanese synchronised group dance. Unlike most club dancing and rave dancing, there are specific, preset movements for each song, and everyone does the same moves at once, much like line dancing. Para Para is performed using mostly arm movements; very little lower body movement is involved save for perhaps moving one's hips or stepping in place, although a few routines require more detailed leg motions. Wikipedia: Para Para.
- Hamutahashi is a pun on places in Japan. "Tahashi" literally translates to "rice field bridge," a common part of Japanese place names. Thus, combining it with "hamu" is a sort of pun.
- Hamumura is a pun on Japanese names. Many Japanese last names include "mura" in them, and thus combining "Hamu" with "mura" is a sort of pun.
- To my understanding, the names of the girls don't have any particular meaning except that they are possibly nicknames from their full names. For example, Kana could be short for Kanako and Mayu could be short for Mayumi.