Sender-Inner Jim S. came home to find a collared Boston Terrier being born in his living room! By the looks of it, the father must be an ottoman.
Alas, it is merely the image of a pup smoking a pipe. We post it to illustrate the paradox that confronts us: Even as we seek the essence of Teh Qte, we attain only its effigy, captured in an imperfect medium that robs our senses of the nuance of sound and touch: The wagging of the tail; the satisfying feel of a skritchy-scratch under the chin; the glance of recognition at the phrase “who’s a good boy, then?” or as the French would say, “Oo ees zay goot boy, zen?” Indeed, it was René Descartes, a leading light among the French philosophers, who would probe the boundaries of Man’s attempts to reconcile the worlds of the real and the ethereal, seeking the underlying truth behind the contradictions of our fruitless quest to…
Behbeh Kitten “Marisol” is gettin’ herself fostered by Sender-Inner Leta. Leta needs a way to convince her roommates why they should keep the kitten. Suggestion #1: With a name like ‘Marisol’ she has to have cleanliness built right in…
Can we give Leta some good ideas on how to convince her roommates?!
Tell us what you think in the comments and we’ll bubble the best ones up here… This idea completely ripped off from one of our favorite sites, Hot Chicks with Douchebags.
Sex and the city?
Top this, Sarah Jessica.
I’m the hottest b*tch.
Oh those Olsen twins!
But Ashley or Mary Kate?
I couldn’t tell you.
And where’s the handbag?
No, I don’t buy this at all,
I think it was staged.
Photo by Simon Høgsberg, submitted by Chief Seestoi Officoi.
Come on, C.O., come on C.O.
Come on, you can’t play coy
I’m homeless & unemployed
Come on, take it easy
Come on, don’t get cheesy
Rat pix make me queasy, make me queasy
Everybody’s got something to hide, except for…
(So, the Beatles are on iTunes & Amazon now, right? …No? Really?)
Pup #1: So how long do I wait to call?
Pup #2: A day.
Pup #1: Tomorrow.
Pup #2: Tomorrow, then a day.
Pup #1: Yeah.
Pup #2: So two days?
Pup #1: Yeah, I guess you could call it that, two days.
Pup #2: Definitely, two days is like industry standard.
You’re so money and you don’t even know it, Aundria S.