Ready for his Xtreme Close-Up

Pup “Brody” is ready for his close-up.

He powdered his schnozzle and everything. Check it: [roll music]

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Brian V. has many, many more glorious shots over at Flickr-oonie-poonie

They Grow Up So Fast…

Those fragile, squinting eyes; those tentative first steps; that precious moment when they look to you with faces that radiate pure love.  And before you know it…

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… they’re engaging in scandalous butt-biting (in plain sight of the entire Ladies Aid Society and Sewing Circle, mercy!), smashing up the Mercedes and calling you at 3AM to bail them out of Juvenile Hall.

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Kids these days, Linda G.

Ladies and Gentlemen, “Pinto Bean, Esquire

“Wow” you say. “Pinto Bean looks like a pretty small pup.”

“But, how small could he be?”

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“OMG HOLY RULE of CUTENESS #14!!!

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Lydia F. (i that is your real name) Thank you for the Rule #2 definish.

Sea Porker

Vince, by way of our friends at National Geographic Traveler, captured this ultra-rare encounter with the fabled Sea Pig.

Out looking for a mid-afternoon snack, the sea pig was heard to remark, “you wouldn’t believe how buoyant I am…”

Would you mind rubbing this sand off my snout...

SNOUT-HANCE!

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Thanks for the tip, Chief Researcher Marilyn T. Vince L. took this shot near a small key famous for the “swimming pigs.” To capture this clear image Vince said, “I had to lure this pig into an undisturbed area with its favorite food: fresh watermelon.”

This is photobomb

Check out this squirrelio photobombing this nice couple’s vacation.

He’s all [waving his paw over vast lake] “Welcome to Banff, Bitches!”

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Thanks to Sender Inner Tracy B. and Marilyn T. from National Geographic Intelligent Traveler who originally promoted this photo, and of course This is Photobomb, which is not necessarily safe for work. Photo by Melissa B. who was featured on National Geographic Daily Dozen for it! (Choose “August 1″ in drop-down to see the image and full story.)

Use this for the next comment battle

The next time you’re waging battle in a comments thread about why Microsoft sux or why your app got rejected by the app store or how labradoodles are cuter than chi-poms, you can use this yawning Guinea pig to express distaste of your opponents stupid opinion. Just link to it!

Bridget S., I’m adding this to my arsenal immediately!

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In Soviet Russia, kittehs snorgle YOU

Sender-Inner Kimberly writes; “My cat, Gus, sets out to prove his theory that humans also have an axis of snorgling. Unfortunately for me he enjoys proving his point when I’m attempting to sleep and I’m at my most vulnerable.”

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I’ll See Your Little OMGPON1ES!1!!

… and raise you a little OMGPONY with an OMG EVEN LITTLER PONIEEZ!!!1!!!11!!
!!!ONE!!!!!ELEVENTY-ONE!!!1!!!!!!!!!!!EXCLAMATION-POINT-ABUSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Awwww!  Give us a little smile!

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How about a little drink?

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And let’s give sender-inner DB a great big little hand!

My Little OMGPON1ES!1!!

Once again, the Daily Mail delivers. Please check out this miniscule pony molecule. “Koda” the mini horse was ALSO born a dwarf.

For realz:

NO WAY

Apparently, she’s so small, “Koda is so small that he is often mistaken for a battery-operated soft toy.”

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More photos over at the Daily Mail.

Seriously, You’re Wearing That?

No, really, it’s a together look.  Those checkerboard leggings really work with the plaid in that kilt, the feather boa nicely softens the effect of those leather gauntlets, and that “Partridge Family” lunch box makes a chic evening bag.  And I agree with you: That yellow-and-pink bra is too pretty to be worn underneath your blouse; good call on that one.  So you’ll be home early, then?

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