Settle Down.

Maybe next time you don’t give both the baby and dog an Entenmann’s raspberry danish…

Forwarded by Courtney F.

Important Product Recall Notice

Due to a labeling error, cases of Acme Novelties’ “Spring-Loaded Joke Snake” may in fact contain “Joke-Telling Flying Squirrel.” Customers affected by this error may return their product for exchange or refund.

Thanks to alert consumer Megan H.

“Show us your tongue”

This little puglette is quite happy to show his miniature tongue action. See what happens when he is prompted (in Polish!)

Love the little mouth crackling sounds, Sender-Inner Jessica L.

Father’s Day Seahorse Tribute

Let’s all give it up for the male seahorse. He’s the only species on the planet where the male carries the babehs.

Oh yeah, AND he can get knocked up again within 24 hours of giving birf. Schweet!


Now go take a nap, Dad, you deserve it.

Erica P., Happy Father’s day to your prosh Pop.

Piping Hot Pom

“Daaaahling!” [English lady voice]

“Your Pom is ready!”

“Would you like (dog) biscuits too?”

1-Day old Poms in cups sent in by Jaymes G.

Introducing the Socially Awkward…Doug

Hey Sweets, you hang here often? Do you wanna climb up and see me some time? If not, no biggie, because falling for you would be a short trip.

Like the late, great Swayze said, “She’s like the wind…in my tree.”

Photo by Erik V.

“Heeeerrrre, kitty-kitty-naive-kitty-kitty…”

I don’t know…Maybe he just wants to be my friend? Oh, why am I complicating things?  I’m sure it will be fine…right? I mean, the damn hamster has a brain the size of a walnut! What could he possibly do.

Chase seems like a bit of a scaredy cat, Annie G.  Photo by Mike C.

Dance, Ya Varmint, Dance!

All that this duck* needs now is Yosemite Sam shooting the ground underneath him (and maybe a top hat and a cane). A-five, six, seven, eight!

* (probably a goose actually, and maybe one of our readers can clear that up.)

How to Fire Your Maru Cannon

Like all dangerous munitions, the Maru Cannon must be loaded with extreme care. Do not attempt to place Maru in the cannon yourself — simply leave the cannon unattended and Maru will be drawn inexplicably into it.

Next, make sure that Maru is coiled tightly at the bottom of the cannon, to attain the necessary “spring-loaded” effect.

When firing, be aware that Maru may not always follow the desired trajectory.

Spotted on Maru’s blog by Marianne H.


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