Brilliant reader Leslie Tedles submit this photo.
Renée also goes by the pen name “Rainy Dohaney” when illustrating fabulously cute children’s books like “Tinka” on the right. Merci, Renée.
Knitter extraordinaire Jess Hutch makes the cutest lil’ knitted objets. How cool are these “Odd Fellows,” below? They’d be a nice suprise in your roommate’s shoe as he hurries to get ready for work.
Oh, and check out these knitted robots (Just like Grandma used to make.) ***12/27/05 Addendum: Jess Hutch’s fabulousness originally pointed out by alert reader Charley Darbo.***
this kind of thing RUINS….nay…. UTTERLY DESTROYS the institution of marriage. most religions clearly dictate that couplings on 70s style floral print bedsheets are to be between a married man and woman. this is why hurricanes are nastier, tsunamis more frequent, and americans still allow their chocolate bars to have wax in it. i, for one, am sorry to see this kind of wanton animal nookie-uality being condoned. sigh.
Posted by: IHatetoast | Dec 19, 2005 at 12:38 PM
Genius photographer Tanja Askani captured this teeny bunny tongue for us all to enjoy! Way to go, Tanja.
For maximum enjoyment, click on the photo for a larger one!
I hope you all had this in your stocking today… Because you *need* a baby chicken wearing iPod headphones.Huge kudos to Spiral and Circle
Honey? Could you bring in the bon-bons back in here?Where’s the remoooooooote?I’m sooo tired, I can hardly watch t.v.Honey? Blind Date’s on! Oh, I’ve seen this one.
We couldn’t resist posting another view our our Hammie friend who sits on the lettuce Recliner. He’s just begging to be dipped in sauce and eaten.Once again, thanks, Heng Joo…
What’s cuter than a fluffy baby panda? Why, sixteen of them! To make up for the temporary but glaring omission of baby pandas from this critically acclaimed blog, we give you cuteness x 16. The first one is "Butterstick" of the Smithsonian National Zoo Park.
To count more pandas, go to Panda Fix