I’ll Stick My Neck Out For You

What’s the deal between giraffes and ostriches? Must be the necks, because this isn’t the first time we’ve seen unlikely friends like these.  In this case, it’s Bea (left) and Wilma, best gal-pals at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.

I predict a loooooooong friendship, Lauren S.

Digital Alarm Clock

Payback for every time those giant paws swatted your cheek at 6AM.

Beware of those seriously giant paws, Arlo R.


I’m just as stunned as you are. Really, “Lost”?

You may want to purchase some Frizz-Ease, Peter G.

International Bear of Misery

From the BBC, it’s Misery Bear Goes To London, from the filmmakers who brought you Misery Bear Attempts to Change Planes at Heathrow, and Misery Bear Gets Strip-Searched in Customs.

More Misery Bear here! Nice work, Nat S.!

How to Toilet Train Your Puppy

Correct method:

Incorrect method:

Credit: Jenna B. (top), Olaf (bottom), via Urlesque.

Creepy Lumbird was Always Lurking Around

“Hi, Peter. What’s happening? We need to talk about your TPS reports.”

Honestly terrifying, Kelly W.

Alien: The Cute Version

“Who’s a cute little chest-burster? Who’s just the cutie-patootiest unstoppable hostile chest-bursting little life form? It’s you, yes it is! Yes — it — eee-yizz!”

Even Ripley wouldn’t believe it or not, Cheryl L.

Your Daily Unsolicited Rambling Brought to You by Tim, the Tree Kangaroo

Listen, between you and me – and no offense to that kitten or anything, but I really hate those “Hang in there!” posters.

He’s just jealous of the kitten’s fame, Noelle S.

Buffy Wears Her Bitterness on Her Sleeve

If you’d like to avoid having to use Bactine on your legs, when you’re done taking this ridiculous picture, I suggest you remove this sweater and return it to Holly Hobbie.

And this better not show up on Buffy’s Facebook page, Cathy O’B.

Young Ichabod Graces Us with His Presence

Here I am, chicks: Your tall drink of handsome.

Careful not to stare directly at me lest my hotness burn your retinas.

Meg S. says: “I work for a program in New Orleans that breeds the endangered Mississippi Sandhill Crane, and we raise the chicks for release every fall. The cuteness factor of these chicks is dangerously high.” Indeed.


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