“…the outfits on Project Runway are getting waaay too costumey.”
Since when do I have to choose? I mean, speaking as a raccoon, we’re sort of accustomed to doing both at once. Like knocking over your garbage cans to take all the yummy scraps; that sort of thing.
(Which reminds me: We’ll be smashing those pumpkins later, so just leave the beer and sandwiches on the step, thanks.)
I hope it goes right to their hips.
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Really? You’re just going to stand there on the other side of the glass and take pictures? I’m just waiting for the day when the only thing that separates us is your mask. If I were you – and I’m glad that I’m not – I’d learn how to wield that snorkel like a sword, capesh?
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MILAN — Stunned art historians announced today that their efforts to restore a priceless collection of 18th-century masterpieces have led to a shocking discovery: Yelena Sylvania Potzi-Stroganoff, a Russian countess once believed to be the most beautiful woman in the court of Emperor Peter III, was in fact a real dog.
OK, here’s the real deal: The portrait on the right is example of custom pet portraiture by Valerie Leonard, and you can see this and more on her site.
Nice day. Sun shining. Annoying dogs fetching. It just makes me…want…to…
...FEELING ALL THE BUMPERS, ALWAYS PLAYING CLEAN, HE PLAYS BY INTUITION, THE DIGIT COUNTERS FALL…THAT DEAF, DUMB, AND BLIND KID SURE PLAYS A MEAN PINBAAAALLLLL!
What, let me guess – you were expecting something from Cats? Please. I have way more depth than that.
He’s the master of the house, Rachel P.