Sounds like these ladies have finally found a way to make Foosball more entertaining: Let the kitten play it instead.
Top O’ The Oak, Norberts Park, Seattle $$$ — Favored by locals in the know, this midtown hideaway boasts panoramic views of the swing sets and duck pond.
New executive chef Twitchy, formerly of Dumpster Cafe, brings his TexMex-Swedish fusion flair to the corn-centric menu. Standout creations include Ear of Corn ($9.95) and Much Taller Ear of Corn ($11.95). Reservations recommended.
From sender-inner Robyn S.: “These were squirrels having lunch in my Grandpa’s yard. They were too cute! Like a squirrel table for one!”
We have a new candidate for the Redonk Dramatic Society, in this shocked hamster. Enjoy it here in its pure form, before the inevitable music is added:
Sender-inner Gail throws down the gauntlet: “If anyone can see this and NOT watch it 10 more times, I’d like to know. Eventually I ran out of ideas on what this guy was saying: ‘For me?’ ‘You’re kidding!’ ‘You said what?’ ‘Really?’ ‘No way!'” Surely you, dear reader, can think of more.
For a limited time, visit your local McDonalds for a Happy Meal with a very special surprise inside. We’d tell you what it is, but we don’t want to… erm… prematurely divulge the secret and risk blunting the startling effect at the moment of revelation.
J confesses: “It’s not my video, but omg I wish it was because I’m dying to have a cat like this. I hope he’s like another Maru!!”
Will you please get a load of these Pom morsels flitting about, TAUNTING US WITH PROSHNESS:
Pom pups—there is nothing cuter Maria G.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Simon, the World’s Most Curious Cat, discovers Christmas:
Just in time, Kim S.