Codename, … “Mr. P.”
That would be what’s usually known as a “Non sequitur.”
Non sequitur (pron.: /nɒnˈsɛkwɪtər/) is Latin for “it does not follow.” It is most often used as a noun to describe illogical statements.
And that’s just what this video is. “High Diving” + “Giraffes” aren’t generally used together in sentences. But here we go!
“This is not mine but I came across it today and I thought of you. High-diving giraffes! (I mean, really, where else but up high would giraffes dive from, anyway?) Make sure you watch all the way to the end of the credits.” -Cuteporter Allein S.
Hey Hoomin! Wanna pat my head? Lemme just scoot over for ya.
“You guys must have received this a million times already, but here it is again. Look! A man is being blorped! Twice!” -Vanessa B.
(From the video:) “Charlie Bird meets seals while traveling through Antarctica following the route of explorer Tom Crean’s final expedition alongside Ernest Shackleton aboard the Endurance in 1914-15.”
Back in the day, otters stacked cups. Oh, times were so much simpler then. Where’s that otter? He could tell us what’s up with this whole craze.
It’s Moose the Poose’s very first Toebeansday so he’s a little shy. We get that.
From the top, Tracy R., “A few “submeeshons” for your next Twofer Toebeans Day! These adorable pink toebeans belong to our Moose the Poose. When we rescued him he was a sleek hunter…but has since decided that he is much better suited to being a big fat spoiled rotten house cat.”
Christine D., “We just adopted a tiny kitten here, and thought he was pretty cute Definitely check out his toe beans. We named our little guy Morgan Freeman because he looks so distinguished.”
Pop! Goes the weasel!-ferret!-mustelidae!-kneesocks!
Just popping by with M. Dakota Corbeau to butter you up!
Due to budget constraints, contestants at the 24th annual Cracker Eating Contest in East Blayvin, CT were reduced to eating one cracker apiece. After a photo finish failed to determine the winner, first, second and third place were awarded by drawing straws, which the contestants also ate.
Super Nicknamer and Guinea Pig Mom, Cristie H. writes, “Hi! About a month ago our little wiggle worm/cuddle puddle/snorfmeister, Twix, had a pretty risky surgery to remove an infected mass from her abdomen. Luckily she pulled through the first surgery but lingering infection and damaged tissue made a second surgery necessary. So last Thursday Miss Wiggly had her second surgery. Twixie did really well and is on the mend with lots of fruits and veggies to encourage her healthy appetite. Since then Lady Wiggles Von Wiggleton has been much more chipper and fiesty! She’s still being tube fed to help keep her weight up so the huge mixing bowl helps to keep her from throwing her butt into reverse and escaping my clutches.”
“I’ve been a huge fan and daily reader of Cute Overload for years. Keep up the great work you fabulous internetters! Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy the pictures!” - Cristie H. (mama pig), Kyle (papa pig) and Twix!
Note to self: Use “internetters” more often.
First off, that part about how I didn’t save up for winter? Totally false. My pantry was so full, in fact, that I hired the Ants to build me a grain elevator. But before I know what’s happening, they walk off with my stash and spread rumors to the press, until now I’m some kind of poster boy for idleness. Total smear campaign.