Part Mr. Bill, Part “I Love You Man,” meet: Purple and Brown! First up: Next it’s: Then, crowd favorite: And what post would be complete without: And last but not (huh huh) least: Via Zombie Girls Online! Purple and Brown are another brillo creation from Aardman. But you already knew that.
“Give me grasseses!”
Delicious grasseses nom nom
I just lost my appetite, Lily C.
ONLY TO FIND UNREALISTIC ANIMAL PRINT BEDDING!
Jorden C., you are officially a Sthuper Sthender Inner. [Handing you Medal of Honor glazed in kitten tears]
So we’ll show you some nice clean ones instead, courtesy of the Wildlife Centre Project in Tunbridge Wells, England. According to the Daily Mail, these black-and-white babies were taken in after being abandoned by their mum.
(whiny documentary presenter voice) Experts are noting an increase in orphaned badger cubs, as Man continues to badger the boundaries of his badger fragile relationship with the environment badger, bringing us badger more in conflict with badger badger and badger ultimately badger badger badger badger…
Back again we go to the Daily Mail, this time for a story so incredible that the hoax hunters over at snopes.com stepped up to verify it: The story of Jasmine, a rescued greyhound who has returned the favor by serving as surrogate mom to 50 creatures, ranging from puppies to deer.
“She simply dotes on the animals as if they were her own,” says Geoff Grewcock, operator of Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary. “She takes all the stress out of them and it helps them to not only feel close to her but to settle into their new surroundings.”
Pictured with Jasmine are, from left: A pup, a deer, another pup, a bunny, and a barn owl. Not pictured: A unicorn, The Yeti, an alien face-hugger, Wally Gator, Phil Spector’s hair, The Chicago Cubs, and Abe Vigoda.
“… ah do believe ah aym finished with mah bay-thin’, so if you will be evah so kind as to hand me mah towel… and be sure to avert your eyes, you wicked thing, you!”
From sender-inner Jessie S.: “We’re watching a bearded dragon for a friend this week (her name is Toast, by the way…) and our furry kitty monster (Neko) has been on 24-hour lizard surveillance since she arrived. He supervises her eating, sleeping, and her bath time. Also note – check out Toast’s posh tail in the sink – can’t get the end of it wet!”
If any of those kids gets near me—BOOM right in the kisser. [flexes hoof] Are you with me?
WAIT! CHECK THIS OUT:
Taken out of context and cropped, this llama looks like she has NO LEGS! Just stubbular feet. LOL!
Lily C., thank you for sending this one twice, we finally got it.
They just take and take and TAKE, Hyura C.!