Well, There’s Your Problem…

… your throttle’s jamming, and that’s gumming up your fuel mixture. If I were you, I’d just replace that grass with ground cover, clover maybe. Never needs mowing.


Mary Ann asks: “Who says girls aren’t mechanically inclined? Or reclined? And only 4 months old!”

This Music Smells Funny

Great job on your awesome costume!
Toot, toot, doo-doo, doo-doo.
Oh good boy! Sound effects too!
No, I need to go!


How to turn an iPod into an iPood, biffco.

The Most Heartwarming Thing You’ll See All Day.


Susy P., I love those Go Pro cameras—excellent for cuteporting.

Pillow ‘Tock

I am reminded of a song…
“Send me the pillow that you dream on.
Don’t you know that I still care for you?
Send me the pillow that you dream on,
So darling, I can dream on it, too.”

Sweet dreams to Google the chihuahua, Shane L.

Got Crumbs?

I happen to like my crumbs distributed evenly around my chin, because I believe in a well balanced diet.

Beaker the hamster asks, leftovers? What are leftovers, Pattie F.?

Now That’s a Determined Nuzzler

When this alpaca wants to get up close and personal, nothing will dissuade her — not even an extreme height difference (or an extremely indifferent kitten).

Duck Season! Wabbit Season!

Hmm, this looks ‘shopped. I can tell from the pixels, and from seeing some chemically-induced duckbunnies in my time.


Photo by deniedart.

When You See It You Will Jump

Beware to all you peeps out there.

Are you ready for a sneaky scare?

Something’s lurking in the dark unknown…

The next scream you hear will be your own!


Sir Francis Bacon the hedgehog, got shivers up and down her spines, Marcy R.!

It’s an On Again Off Again Relationship

What a couple. In their current relationship, they’re on, then they’re off, and they’re back on again. Wire they always switching? It’s almost revolting. It’s time to pull the plug.


He’s not very grounded. At first he refused, then he couldn’t resistor.


Shocking, Bootsie. Way to socket to us, Shirley S.

How to pick up a baby Red Panda in 5 easy steps

Step 1: Locate Cub. Snorf cub neck to determine if said cub is indeed the correct cub that needs a pickin’ (up.)

Chester Zoo - Red Panda Baby
Step 2: Brace self with nearby log (or chair leg) for support

Chester Zoo - Red Panda Baby
Step 3:  Grip cub firmly with patented Double-Wrap-Around-Huggular-Neck-Chomp-n-Claw™ motion!

Chester Zoo - Red Panda Baby
Step 4: If cub grip loosens, perform extra snarfing action at nape of neck

Chester Zoo - Baby Red Panda
Step 5: Finally, carry cub around like you own the place!

Chester Zoo - Red Panda Baby
Oh and, try not to swing the baby to and fro, it’s bad form.

Chester Zoo - Red Panda Baby
Cuteporter Sarah A. discovered these gems by RomeoOliverPool.

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