What brilliant Japanese person drew these on?
Ximena H., that is groucho-riffic.
This page never happened. You didn’t see anything. We were never here.
(OK, before you flip out, note that the cat goes all the way to the bottom of the pitcher, which means that the blade unit is not installed.)
…thank you for being my soulmate. Before you entered my life, I’d tried them all: Round jingling thing that hides under the sofa, pink squeaking porcine animal replica, black clacking object that joins papers at one corner (actually, you really want to keep your tongue away from those things)…
But they just don’t understand me the way you do, my diagonally alternating friend. And that’s why this time it’s — dare I say it? — really love. I love you more than any cat’s ever loved a hastily-manufactured red-and-white stripey cloth bag.
That’s some serious sandpaper on that tongue, Nancy H.
M-A-R-U! Put your Maru hats on! Gather around. It’s Maru spending 30 seconds on his box habit!
Just when you think you can’t love Conan ANY MORE THAN YOU ALREADY DO:
Lesson Twelve: When confronted with a truly challenging sales assignment, such as a Ponzi scheme, or cans of chemical-laced swill, the savvy marketer will reach for his secret weapon: The cute puppy.
Simply by placing a cute puppy in your advertisement, you will reduce the brains of your readers to a quivering puddle of Tapioca, rendering them helpless to your diabolical suggestions.
Musssssst … haaaave … Pepsi, … Amber S.
16-year-old ‘Tyke’ was surrendered to a rescue for a second (and hopefully last!) time. Adopter Susan G. snagged his hiney right quick saying: “I am so lucky to have gotten him. You would never know he is such an old man.”
Yep, juuuuust gonna take a nap in this hole here…
But something’s not working.
Oh well [Yaaaawn]
Stuart’s Moment of Brilliance was captured at the Minnesota Zoo by Carolina A.
I love, I love my calendar squirrel
Yeah, sweet calendar squirrel
I love, I love, I love my calendar squirrel
Each and every day of the year.
At least, prolly not that often.
“Fennec fox gets a good scrubbin’ then leaves in a huff” was sent in by Alice W.