I have a nose.
And I’m not afraid to use it.
Wondahful weathah weah having for this time of yah don’t you think so, Phillip?
Oh indubitably, Herbert.
There’s to be a wedding apparently you know.
Yes, it’s all everyone’s raving on about.
Riveting isn’t it?
Wake us up when it’s over, Amy.
Thanks for taking us to Chuck-E-Kelp, Mom! I beat my high score on Whack-a-Moray, and guess what? Me and Stacy had a bubble ring contest, and I blew the biggest one! That was the most awesome party ever!
That’s nice, honey. Mommy just needs to sit here a minute until the bells and flashing lights wear off…
Mary L. says: “Here are some Belugas from SeaWorld in San Antonio. They were playing ‘hide and seek’ with their EEDs (Educational Enrichment Devices).”
We’ve said it before, but it bears repeating: Polar bear cubs are doublepluscute. So we’re beside ourselves to see these twin polar bears. The pair, born in China last January, have survived into young adulthood — the first twins to do so in China.
Although one of them looks like an eee-veel twin.
Full story, more cuteness, at Daily Mail online.
You vant face like Muppets? You come to right place. Dr. Igor Bogus is a professional! Taa daa! You look mahvelous. Pay no attention to my gigglingks.
Wait, I was about to ask you the same question!
Jayden A. solves the mystery: “Miagi thought our dog Isabella was her mommy!”
I used to chew pine. Now I always chew spruce twig. So fresh it’s like chewing your car’s little Christmas tree air freshener. Trust me.
Block those slow loading, disturbing, crazy little flash ads that pop-up on your desk top!
“To see this pop-up or additional options click here…”
It was probably loaded with cookies, Jacqueline.
Are those God-forsaken kids gone!?
Yes, I think it’s finally over Gabriele B.
The notorious Carrothers Bros. disapprove of Easter! They deliver shopping carts full of black rotten eggs that were never found last Easter, to put in all the little children’s baskets!
And who would ever suspect a distinguished name like Shop Rite?