Down low, Tisha G. Too slow.
Many of you write us and ask the infernal question;
Q: “What are ‘tocks?”
A: Round, blobbular anatomical areas at the end of an animule. Like this!
There must be another name for them, Yeijin S.
Flipping out over Flipper
(random squealing and clicking), Maria N.
Just look at him. The genial, glad-handing imbecile. At the bed with the paper every morning, by the door with the slippers every night. Even now, the little toady waits at his usual place, on top of the large “X” conveniently drawn on the sidewalk. Yessss, keep waiting… That’s a good boy…
From a collection of cute photobombs, since we’re on the subject (some NSFW)
HERE COMES THE TRAIN…
INTO THE STATION….
[Delicious morsel made poss by Yeijin S.]
Inspired by yesterday’s post on how Japanese Scientists are obviously crafting the ultimate cuteness in a secret lab in Mt. Fuji, here s’more flying squirrelios.
Check them leap out and “fly” on their “gliding membrane”
GusGus tries professional modeling. Does not like.
GusGus tries truck driving. Does not like.
GusGus tries vegetarianism. Does NOT like.
GusGus gets advice from nice Grandpa Truck Driver Dog Chester.
GusGus is happy to be a puppy for now.
GusGus and Chester photographed and captioned by sisters Carol and Leah S.
I mean, there’s just the one hole, and they don’t even let you use a mallet! Seriously, what’s up with that?
Rescue a bird, make a friend; that’s the blue jay way. In this video from The Weather Channel, a nice South Carolina man did a good deed for a feathered neighbor, who now visits him every day for hors d’oeuvres and gossip, not to mention a bit of sunbathing on his porch.
These little Pikachu dudes, called “モモンガ” (Momonga) were obviously meticulously crafted in the Secret Mt. Fuji Lab of Japanese Cuteness.
They’re also known as Japanese Dwarf Flying Squirrel and live in tree holes in forests in Japan. They’re nocturnal, and eat seeds, fruit, tree leaves, buds, bark AND KITTENS (just kidding.) Arigato, Mary N.