[Sir Ye Olde English Safari Guy voice] Ssssssssssh! [Putting binoculars down] This is… unprecedented! [Gets out protractor] Yes! YES! PERFECTLY splayed perpendicular haunches! just as they’re seen in the wild! INCREDIBLE!
It was nice of these kittehs to pause .02 seconds before ripping each other to shreds again. Ahn. [head tilt]
This peaceful moment brot to you by Albert, Elvis and Sender-Inner Cori K.
Relax, young apprentice. Clear your mind of worldly cares. Listen to the soothing wind chimes as you earth the energy within your body and become one with the environment around you. Concentrate on the banana. Feel your life energy reach out to it, lifting it off the ground … yesssss, that’s it … goooood …
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People, BEHOLD the Cute Overload audience in a nutshell.
On the left, we have Sender-Inner Johanna B. On the right, her boyfriend. Please note Johanna is sporting a blog costume for Halloween of ‘Cute Overload’ and her boyfriend is wearing…. Slashdot.
I couldn’t make this up if I tried, People.
Tomorrow is the LAST DAY TO SUBMIT PHOTOS, PEOPLE! Get McCrackin’—it’s your last chance to win!
You had us at "hello," Google. You had us at "hello…"
It turns out that we’re among Google Engineer’s favorite blogs. Googlite Mike Knapp even made a button for us so you can quickly add Cute Overload to your Google Reader list.
Of course, by reading Cute Overload via a RSS reader you’re quite literally taking food (ad revenue) out of our mouths, but we’re reeeaaallly lazy too, so we can’t blame you.
We heart you too, Google. In fact, we use Google Apps to run the place. Well, only Mail, but that’s another conversation…
People, we’ve always known Corgis are basically a series of nubs, but the stubbiness is getting out of hand in recent submissions. I give you:
At first, things look relatively normal here—but let’s take a closer look.
As you can see this puppeh is mostly stubs, held together by a large mass called a "body".
Exhibit C: [Jury gasps]
See what I mean? He’s almost one large pup mass with six nubules (four ‘feet’ and two ‘ears’)
Exhibit D: [Jury dumbfounded at evidence]
This picture prolly explains it best. I imagine this guy can only slither across the floor at this point.
Estimated length of "feet" one inch TOPS. First two stubbular pics by Anastasia K. Bottom two nubbular pics by Chelsea L.