Doris, before I jump out and take a steam, can you add more Epsom salts to my Jacuzzi? And I’d love a beer, too. You know the kind I like—the one with extra hops. Tomorrow is going to be huge.
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The sixth annual Washington Post Peeps Diorama Contest truly brought out the crowds this year. The winning entry, “OccuPeep D.C.,” showed that just because Peeps are soft and sweet, they can be strong when they stand together. Click the link to see all the creative candy craftiness.
Emo Bun will not be taking part in your Easter celebration.
Emo Bun would rather write a softcore punk song. Or watch Behind the Music: My Chemical Romance. Or go get new Converse at Hot Topic.
You don’t understand—painting Peeps black for Easter was pretty cool but—not cool enough.
It’s a bit pale, kind of mooshy, lacking that crispness one tends to associate with carrots — but what the heck, I’ll eat it anyway!
Oh sure, you could drive all the way to your local cinema to see a younger, less puffy Leonardo DiCaprio in 3-D, but we’ve got 3-D puppy cuteness right here.
The first set are crossview images, and you have to cross your eyes to see the effect. It takes practice, but gets easier after the first few tries. Click an image below to view it full sized, then cross your eyes until the images overlap.
From Flickr user ☯ 忠実空狐 ~ Fidelis ❂
Thanks to Peeg Wheespèrèr Brinke Mc.G.
Since no Easter would be complete without a visit from the Easter Porcupine, here again is Teddy Bear, filmed by his ever-present nemesis, Velma Snackgrabber, wishing someone would get these stupid ears off me everyone a happy Easter.
Mewey won a sweeping (sleeping?) victory in the purrsidential election yesterday. Early returns show Mewey with a consistent lead over Human in the polls. All indications are that the complete returns will show that Mewey has won by an overwhelming majority!
Geneva R., with one of her five Brooklyn miracle kittens born after the Mama cat was rescued from inside the wheel well of a car! Yay, everybody wins!
There’s nothing like a good toe warming first thing in the morning. You would be surprised how long bread holds the heat.
Also, so convenient. When the warm runs out, you just push it back down and up it pops providing your toe beans with the warmth they crave.
Toastyfoot, indeed, Shazzoir!