Beat Any Game, With GamePeeg!

Gamers, are you stuck at level seven? Can’t get past that big boss? Still looking for the Mystic Runesword of the Shadow Knights of the N’flargh Happerscrabble?

Then you need GamePeeg™, the easy way to beat any game! Every GamePeeg is specially trained to show you all the secret moves, so you win every time!

Photo by szlea. (And yes, that hovertext should look familiar…)

Andrew Zimmern Opens Restaurant, Diners Beware

“Waiter, if this is the deconstructed chicken pot pie, I fear asking for a doggy bag.”

That is one disapproving/sleepy Chippy, Ada C. Photo by Dan Cole.

Do You Mind?!

We’re trying to have a serious discussion about contemporary things here, so why don’t you take that camera somewhere else like a good boy?

No? Fine, you twisted little perv, be that way… (slurp, slurp, slurpity slurp…)

Via Nothing to Do With Arbroath.
Spotted by Theresa!

Modern & Functional

For the minimalists who love their pets but hate the unsightly dog bed:

Can we do something about those unsightly cords, Leah L.?

The Shrinking Violet

These 7th grade canteens make me really uncomfortable. Why do all the gerbils like that rat, Francine? I mean, she’s pretty…but she’s – you know – a rat.

Spidermouse! Spi-der-mouse! Does whatever a Spidermouse does! Which would be what, Dave C.?

Cha-cha-cha!

No, you lead with the right paw! Come on! If an uncoordinated 4-legged shag carpet can do it, surely you can manage!

Dancing with the Dogs, Katrin P.

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.

OhNoTheyDidn’t.

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.!

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