Eye of Newt!
Toe of frog!
Wool of bat!
1 Cup Hedgehog!
A little more Newt and you’re done, Ali S. Got a favorite original Cute Overload + Shakespeare quote? Share in zuh comments.
Eye of Newt!
If you’re an online designer who loves Teh Qte, have we got a website for you: Placekitten.com, which lets you insert kitty photos as placeholders in your project.
In another installment of the Cute Overload Distance Learning series, we take you now to a lecture at the Philosophy Department at New York University:
This… Is… Photobomb!
A tiny 2-week old orphaned baby skunkersons is fed by a volunteer at Coast & Canyon Wildlife Rehabilitation. He’ll be fed this way more than 200 times during his stay at the 100% volunteer rehab facility.
Sender-Inner Kim B. says they don’t smell at this age ;) Watch other rehabbular behbehs like this skunkersons on the 24/7 live streams at CoastCanyon.org. Every donated penny goes to lil’ ones like this until they’re old enough to be released back into the wild.
Now in this scene, Melissa, your husband has just gone off to fight in the war, and you’re left to run the family farm alone. So as you slowly survey the yard, I need to see that sense of anguished helplessness on your face. Right, good. But then, you see the butter churn, and all those memories start flooding back, and right there you resolve to — HEY, THIS IS A CLOSED SET! SOMEONE CALL SECURITY!
Uh, yes, I’m looking for a copy of the album Mellow Moods for Modern Mousers by seminal be-bop greats Shep Hep and the Hep-cats, and that would be the original 1972 Decca pressing and not the vastly inferior 1977 picture-disc reissue by Snortz Records, which was marred not only by shoddy sound quality but by the almost criminal omission of the B-side “Hairball Blues,” regarded by many aficionados as the quintessential expression of modern arbity nargle freebitz krangle floop… (etc.)
From Cats in Ties (and occasionally knit caps)
To our favorite boxaholic, every container has more space on the inside than it appears to on the outside—it’s just a question of finding the proper entry vector.
Dear bun Cinnamon, the original and most famous Disapproving Rabbit, has passed away after 13 long bunneh years of aloof disinterest.
Let’s all bow our heads in Bunday unison and together say: “Harummmph!” for the dearly departed, much-adored, Cinnamon:
Thank you for the inspiration, Pamela D. Our condolences to DisapprovingRabbits.com founders Sharon and Bill.
No really. You shouldn’t have.
I didn’t need those whiskey stones.
It’s great, Son, really. It’s better than a Star Trek Electronic Door Chime—really.
No, no, I really like it.