When we started asking for Nosevember Submissions, little did we know what would be lurking in our in-box! This Nose, and what’s attached to it- belongs to Kiki, and the Sender Inner and Photographer happens to be Kelly N.
“Dear Purr-veyors of Cuteness: May I present “Annabell.” She is a 6 month old Russian Blue. Here she is showing off her impressive pink Toe Beans (please note the lovely contrast of Pink Beans against Gray Fur). Photo taken by Moi! (Dana L.)”
You can never beat that combo! “Finnegan hopes this ‘Tock shot is acceptable for ‘Tocktober….he even included a modesty tail,” writes Mary G.
[Just TRY to pry my stuffie loose. But I might let you play with it if you ask nicely!]
“Gabby the German Shepherd puppy arrived at her new home last week!” -Marcie H. [We've also got Rule #42: Ears that flop over a leetle beet are cute.' -Ed.]
So, applying a little logic (a lot of Amazon.jp boxes in Mugumogu’s house, yo) we checked the site, and….bingo.
Cost is $52 USD and change as of this writing, according to the converter.
NO idea if they’ll ship worldwide.
Good evening. When selecting just the right homes to visit, it may be wise to consider the dispensing container the homeowner has chosen. Is it a common household bowl? These may contain only garden-variety treats: Tootsie Rolls, Smarties, or worse, the dreaded $6.99 Wonka assortment.
However, if out host has employed a dispensing dish for the occasion, such as the promising jar to my right, then we may anticipate treats to satisfy the most discerning palate: rich cherry cordials, delicate nougats enveloped in fine Dutch chocolate…
Alas, we are deceived; I detect the chalky odor of Neco Wafers. Which brings me to my next topic. When selecting eggs to pelt houses with…
Via Bill & Vicki T.
Oooooo, you’d better ru-u-u-u-un! Look at me floating, so sca-a-a-a-ary! Oooo-EEE-oooo, I’m coming for yo-o-o — yeah, okay, I just fell into some white stuff, trying to make it work for me, all right?