Oh, mah darrr-leeng (smack! smooch!) ... our loff (slurp! nibble!), eet weel leev for-evaire... (grope! squeeze!) Until ze sun, she goes cold (honk!) and ze leetle stars, they stop (om nom nom!) with their tweenk-leeng... (whoops! crash!)
So Kenny, Marv and me hit the links over the weekend. It was a tough course, with plenty of "beachfront property" and tricky doglegs—or, as we call them, "legs."
So anyway, Marv overclubbed past the apron on the fifth, but hit the green with a pitch-and-run and drained it for par. Meanwhile, Kenny found his sweet spot and swatted a wormburner straight to the pin for a double eagle! Or something.
I have no idea what any of that meant, Russ C.
Poor Sarah Bernham. Can't catch a broccoli break. ;)
Amazingly, lil' Kumanoko always appears to have his mouth open in astonishment. Prolly amazed by his own cuteness. Even HE can't believe himself!
OK, perhaps most precious detail photo EVAR? You cannot disagree.
Snorting brocca-leh! She's snorting! UHN [Say in Dana Carvey voice]
Once again, Seattle Roll gets the prize for best macro hamster lens.
Sender-Inner Courtney S. says: "This is my robo dwarf hammie. When I hold him (he hates to be held) he flops on his back and just gives up. He's over dramatic."
Ever the innovators, the Japanese revolutionize the world of cuteness yet again -- with the automatic doggie dispenser system! In this leaked prototype testing video, we can see how the patented Rol-Ovr™ rollers gently deliver a fresh, piping hot doggie, in your choice of colorful tunics!
On second thought, Amy R., make that stripes.
When she was a little girl, Mabel Flossenglottner had an imaginary friend, a penguin she called Mr. Flappy. She would run and play with him all day long, and share her most private thoughts. In return, Mr. Flappy would tell Mabel to ... do things.
Vintage Qte found by Lindsey J. (With apologies to the little girl, who probably turned out just fine.)