While most pups respond to the words “car ride?” with unhinged glee, here’s one who may think twice: A cute black lab who took a 30-mile drive while trapped under the hood. Warning: You may wince a little, but the video has a happy ending (and bonus cute rescue-y guy; maybe not Jamin-level cute, but in the ballpark).
Hungry for an enchanting culinary journey to a far-away exotic mealtime adventure? Then why not visit Harry and Heidi Ho’s Hunan House of Hamsters?
Our chefs will prepare your hamsters fresh at your table. One bite, and you’ll say: It’s a globally exotic flavor-bration!
Form of a Frisbee! No, wait — a spare tire! Um, a nice cheese danish, maybe?
Photo by Gloson, spotted by Phillip P.
Yikes! It’s escaping again! Quick, somebody catch it before it gets away!
Photo credit: basykes
Way back in your great-great-grandfather’s days in the Navy, it was customary for sailors to pose the ship’s mascot in one of the big guns. Don’t worry, they weren’t loaded. (The guns, that is. The sailors, that’s another story.)
Gamers, are you stuck at level seven? Can’t get past that big boss? Still looking for the Mystic Runesword of the Shadow Knights of the N’flargh Happerscrabble?
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We’re trying to have a serious discussion about contemporary things here, so why don’t you take that camera somewhere else like a good boy?
No? Fine, you twisted little perv, be that way… (slurp, slurp, slurpity slurp…)
Via Nothing to Do With Arbroath.
Spotted by Theresa!
What’s the deal between giraffes and ostriches? Must be the necks, because this isn’t the first time we’ve seen unlikely friends like these. In this case, it’s Bea (left) and Wilma, best gal-pals at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.
I predict a loooooooong friendship, Lauren S.
From the BBC, it’s Misery Bear Goes To London, from the filmmakers who brought you Misery Bear Attempts to Change Planes at Heathrow, and Misery Bear Gets Strip-Searched in Customs.
More Misery Bear here! Nice work, Nat S.!