Cute Overload :D
The upside-downess. The tongue, belly, Total Panda Vibe (TPV) is just great.
(A Google search says 5 toes each, but there’s so much fur and stuff, who can really tell?)
Photo by Curious Cats author Mitsuaki Iwago
New sport for the Olympics: Pan-dangling. The Chinese are expected to medal.
background music: Queen
(Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the pan-dangle?)
He could be stuck that way! Halp!
Love the tongue action happening here…and the total “TA DA” pose!!
Heck, that’s nothin’. I can do that, easy. *looking around for a suitable tree in order to demonstrate*
I wanna see how he gets OUT of that position! 🙂
Hanging 21, I think, counting the tongue. How many toes do pandas have, anyway?
Freddy would approve!!
Look Ma! No hands!!
That is the epitome of “PPppbbbfffftttt!”
It also seems like the perfect update of the 70’s Hang In There posters.
and no opposable thumbs, neither!
5 toes with sharp claws. On their front paws they have a “pseudo” thumb (actually an extension of their wrist bone) that allows them to grip bamboo. That is why you see pandas, sitting comfortably on their well-padded bottoms, happily stuffing food into their mouth with their paws. They are very agile, adroit and clever with their front paws.
And it’s Stewie (the one from Mad TV, not the one from Family Guy) AND
Mr. McPandasons needs ….cough… a Privacy Tailio Extenshon …..
maybe he needs a job. He seems to have PLENTY of time on his ha– er– paws !!!
Guys, you’re mistaken, this isn’t a panda, it’s obviously a pole-ar bear, and I’m not quite sure the show’s suitable for kids!
Where there be panda, there be dangling….(or tipping over….or booping…..maybe all 3).
I still have the scar from the last time I did that. It WAS easy… easy as falling off a log. Yeah. uh huh.
Look What I Can Do!
I gotta wonder if this isn’t a candidate for the “Little help, please?” caption.
It’s a new yoga pose, “Downward Hanging Panda”