Time once again to go “behind the scenes” to learn how Hollywood’s magical movie makers make their movie-making magic. This week, we “lend an ear” to classic sound effects: Did you know that every squeaking door you hear in those creepy old horror movies is based upon this recording of an angry Chihuahua?
“… now, let’s see, if I carry over your doghouse amortization from the prior fiscal year to line 32-d, we can claim reasonable chewtoy wear and tear on form 2360-NOM, which should make you eligible for the one-time Razzaframitz credit under sub-section 12, paragraph 3, Jackson 5…”
It’s official: With the registration of japanesebirdcookingspaghetti.com, all possible permutations of English-language words have been used to make Internet domain names, and we’ve reached the end of the Internet. Thanks for playing!
TRIESTE VISIER is the VISIONARY behind this photo and many others over at SkateboardingBudgies.blogspot.com
At this time of year, when families may or may not gather to possibly share in various unspecified sentiments of the holiday season, the Neutral family—Ben Neutral, Coco Neutral and little Charley Neutral—would like to take this moment to wish various persons viewing this message an Easter of some sort. Or not.
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“Well, those back molars look all right, but I’m seeing a little abrasion on the gums. Let’s switch you to a soft-bristle toothbrush and see if that helps.”
UPDATE: The source of the photo has been located heee-yah.
According to CNN, the White House on Thursday was swarmed with annoying, buzzing insects. No, not the press corps–bees! Secret Service beekeepers rounded up the unusual suspects, and luckily our C.O. cameras were there to photograph the perp walk:
Meg’s kitty landed completely in the circle, so she’ll be going home with the big stuffed hamster (nice shot, Meg!)… And now it’s Theo’s turn; he picks up a marmie, takes careful aim, aaaaaaannnddd…
By the way, Meg, with three hamsters, you can trade up to a stuffed Diane D.!
… high atop the Hyannis Hyatt, the happening hot spot where the elite meet to greet. My name’s Nick Chewtoy, and I’ll be entertaining you this evening. Like to start off with a little number, kind of a personal favorite of mine, called “Stardust.” Hope you like it…
It is the highest military honor the nation of Dogsylvania can bestow–so rare, in fact, that only 17 in the nation’s history have received it. One such hero was Corporal Eucephalus “Winky” Gorbschobble, who, without hesitation or regard for his own survival, attacked and disabled an entire squadron of letter carriers from the enemy nation of Postmania, leading his captured comrades to safety.
And so, in accordance with Dogsylvania’s cherished military tradition, on a brisk autumn morning of September 17, 1946, and in the presence of an observer from the neighboring nation of Walkiestan, seven members of the 101st Bean Battalion paid tribute to Corporal Gorbschobble with a 21-poot salute.
Erm, might want to get downwind a ways, Tanguera.
So we’ll show you some nice clean ones instead, courtesy of the Wildlife Centre Project in Tunbridge Wells, England. According to the Daily Mail, these black-and-white babies were taken in after being abandoned by their mum.
(whiny documentary presenter voice) Experts are noting an increase in orphaned badger cubs, as Man continues to badger the boundaries of his badger fragile relationship with the environment badger, bringing us badger more in conflict with badger badger and badger ultimately badger badger badger badger…