If you need to slap the snooze bar a couple extra times, that’s normal. But if you actually find yourself oozing down the stairs, you may want to take a sick day.
Look what our good neighbor Tracy C. done brought us: “I found two baby bunnies on my front porch. I put one of them in a measuring cup to show how tiny it was.”
That’s funny, they don’t look so tiny after a… Cute Overload Extreme Close-Up!
“Hmph. Your flaccid dialog has all the wit and suspense of an infomercial, your alleged characters are two-dimensional cutouts wandering soullessly through explosions, car chases, and fart jokes, and your criminally inept direction is as elegant and purposeful as a three-legged hippopotamus having a heart attack.
“Oh, and congratulations on your record-breaking opening weekend.”
After a few rounds of Cuttlefish Daiquiris, Greta, Yelena and Blinda drag out the Harry Belafonte records, and for the rest of the evening, it’s “how low can you go?!”
Photo: Ruth Rogers
Totally, brah. Locals-only beach, rippin’ curls, hot wahines — it’s all good, y’kneh?
(hahaha) yeah, I just heard this new joke (hee hee), oh this’ll kill’ya (chortle, snarf)
Me, I’m just happy it’s Thursday, one of the seven days of the week I have off.
And we’re happy because we have Kelly Ann B., Bethany D., and Heather A.
UPDATE: Thanks to Dr. Psilo for the spelling correction.
Most leopards have lots of spots, but this one’s just one big spot. It’s an Amur Leopard cub, getting physical (make that getting a physical) at the Serengeti’ Safari Park in Hodenhagen, Germany. Bonus video after the jump!
Oh, that’s right, we don’t have jumps.
Photo: Christian Charisius/Reuters, spotted by David C.
In the thrilling climax, our heroes come face to face with Gozer the Destructor, flanked by her fearsome hellhounds!
Photo credit: Carolyn Coles
From times prehistoric to present, life has been defined by the conflict over scarce resources. The strong too often dominate the weak; the many oppress the few.
As we seek the elusive balance, consider the example of our lowly housepets. Blissfully untroubled by matters of size or strength, they are equal souls, sharing without contention or complaint, instinctively seeking the perfect equilibrium of…
… oh, never mind.
Bowzer (dog) and Kodiak (kitty) seem to have reached an understanding, Allegra O.