I'm tempted to let that just sit there, without comment.
But all you furries out there might waste countless hours searching the nets for the missing frames that would show this "gorping" action more explicitly.
Cool your jets (and put your dry cleaner on hold.) It's merely a depiction of a video shown to a set of two-year-old test subjects: Fig. 1 from a paper titled "Learning Words and Rules: Abstract Knowledge of Word Order in Early Sentence Comprehension" in the August issue of Psychological Science. Who knew grammar could be so kinky?
Update: My dear advice-giving friend Liz has now opined on the origin of the furry friend trend. More generally, she advocates:
I Would Vote for a president who runs on anti-meme. How does it work? It works on the same principle as a hybrid -- it stores up potential energy. Every time you stop yourself from creating a delightful and idiotic social trend, the energy gets stored in a battery. That battery is around eight pounds, and the presidential hopeful runs around with it, hitting people.