Looks like the “flu bug” caught up with Puppykins here. But he _looks_ so healthy. Plush microbes sold at ThinkGeek!Thanks, Bleeding Orchid!
Apparently, there is a tradition in Japan of photographing this particular toy Panda—and sharing the photos online here. Of course we had to share too.
Teacup and toy pet.com. People, this is the site I first started gawking at—it’s hours of entertainment. It’s the first site that had me coming back for more and more ridiculously fantastic pup photos. It’s also where Paris Hilton and Jessican Simpson bought Tinkerbell and Daisy, respectively.If you can get beyond the awful sea of text to the galleries, it’s worth the trip! Delightful pups.
Dood! We’re gonna have a sleepover, and an’ a pillowfight, and stay up late and watch movies and eat popsicles and …zzzzzzzz
Ah-huhn. [head/neck rotation] (Scroll down the page.)
OK, people—listen up! This is a shameless, embarrassing request. No, not quite as embarrassing as the toy Dachschund getting it on with the tabby kitten, but almost. Hey—vote for me in the Bloggies, will you? Today is the last possible day to vote, and I need your support, yo! Consider the following categories; Best Topical blog, Best American blog, best tagline? I don’t know. What do you think?
SUBJECT: Damn you to hell!Thanks. Thanks a lot.I spent years, possibly decades, honing my post-modern ironic cynicism to a fine point. I went to grad school. I wrote a thesis. I smoked, I drank straight whiskey, I guzzled coffee like there was no tomorrow. Confronted with “cute”, I would raise one eyebrow, sneer ever so slightly, and nod with a palpable sense of ennui. “Riiiiiight,” I would comment, “cute.”Gone, now. All gone. All that work, ruined with a single “awwwwwwwwwww.” I want my money back.Distraught,JD Henry