M-A-R-U! Put your Maru hats on! Gather around. It’s Maru spending 30 seconds on his box habit!
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.
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.
Have I told you all the one rule we have for accepting submissions onto the site? It’s simple really. If a photo (or video) elicits a squealing sound from our team of reviewers, it’s IN!
I give you exhibit A:
Sender-Inner Leila J. says: “Our office hamster, Peaches, is a bit of a trollop, and somehow managed to become impregnated and birth a litter of 11 without us noticing she was “in the family way.” It’s a happy-ending story, though, as she didn’t eat any of them and instead instructed them all in the worldly delights of noshing on fresh pattypan squash and strawberries. (related story: anyone want a hamster?)”