Oh sure, sex sells, but in 2009, Madison Avenue caught a serious case of Teh Qte. Below, we take another look at the cutest ads we featured in the past year.
“Cute Overload is the bestest site on the whole Intertubes EVER!” Brwaaaaaaaawk!
Ooh, you’re gonna have some dead pixels on that screen, Susan R.
One of the most popular new drinks that the beautiful people enjoyed over the holidays is called the “Scotch Surprise.” It’s very simple, really — see recipe below:
|2 jiggers Smirnoff vodka|
|Dash of Macallan Scotch whisky|
|Shake well and strain into glass|
|Garnish with herbs|
|Enjoy while kitteh pounces on you from top of cupboard.|
Will you be my designated driver, Heather H.?
And from the “Where Are They Now” file: Internet trendsetter Happycat has revealed that he is hooked on grass. The cheeseburger-craving feline, credited with touching off the LOLcat craze, made the revelation on a recent episode of “Oprah.”
LOL @ yr cat Purry, Shellie A.
[Updated] A cute moment in this year’s Tournament of Roses Parade is a float featuring snowboarding bulldogs. In this rehearsal video, the pups get some practice:
Update; here’s what the float looked like at the Tournament of Roses Parade, this just in from Priscilla W:
Check out the lil’ haus that brings the pups back up the hill:
Oh man, I really tore it up at the office party this year. I told my best jokes, and I danced with all the ladies from Accounts Payable (ooooohh yeeeeeaaaah…).
I might have had just a teeny bit too much to drink, though…
Awww, he looks like a little angel when he’s passed out, Alison D.
Baby New Year showed up a little early at the Niabi Zoo in Illinois, in the form of this wobbly new giraffe born December 27. The boy, about six feet, 150 pounds, was born a few days earlier than expected, but the little feller is doing just fine, and will greet the public when the zoo reopens next May. Until then, he’ll bond with Mom, and do lots of fun giraffe-type activities, such as running around, flicking his tail, eating hay, nibbling leaves on trees (well, the shorter trees, anyway), or maybe take up a nice hobby, like stamp collecting, which can be a rewarding way to pass the time during the long winter months, because you also learn the history behind each stamp. I recall I had a full set of 60’s-era state flag stamps as a boy; sadly, they were lost in a family move, but anyway…