Redonkulous Panditude

Um, MIRRORED Pandas!?

Especially imagery that involves Rule #7?!

Please, it’s too early in the morning for this.


  Like mom like son 
  Originally uploaded by somesai.

Ehn! Ehn! Ehn! Ehn! Ehn! Ehn!

[Blue barrel tumbles over and over]

Ehn! Ehn! Ehn! Ehn! Ehn! Ehn!

[Thunderous appause]

Ehnehnehnehnehnehn

[Later…]

"I lurve my blue McBarrelsons."

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Blue barrel, Polar Bear and Sender-inner Elizabeth B. Take a bow.

The bears are hogging the playset again.

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[Snorting sounds]

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[More snorting sounds]

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[Sliding and snorting sounds]

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Nicely done, Alicia B.W. ;)

It takes two bebbeh

It takes two! To make a dream come true…

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Well done on the week old baby bears C Wichner!

Speaking of butterstick, hold on to your hats

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PONI1ES!!!

I just went over to PandaFix.com and saw this teeny curled tongue of delight. Yes, I just said "teeny curled tongue of delight." Not to mention the ear knobule of delight.

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Holy smizzokes, TangTang and PandaFix.com.

Butterstick’s Ma is really flexible

I mean, LOOK at her rubbery back leg. I think she’s been doing pilates. And WHO KNEW that "Butterstick" would be a chosen name for this panda—Are we done with the ‘Ling Ling’s, ‘Tang Tang"s and "Hua Mei"s of the world?

Stickin

B.L.L.A., nice submishe [head bow]

Panda sneeze shocker

Loooooooooooove the music…

Via: VideoSift, sent in by Ant!

Technorati Profile

Panda Fizzix

Let’s give a big "Paws Up" (or is it ‘Feets Up’?) to Bob E. and "Tai Shan" the Giant panda who turns a whopping 1-year-old this weekend. Bob E. runs the fine establishment: "PandaFix.com." but you already knew that.

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Panda ‘Tocks, Somesay! ;)

Jack’s on duty

Excerpted from Yahoo:

WEST MILFORD, N.J. – A black bear picked the wrong yard for a jaunt,running into a territorial tabby who ran the furry beast up atree—twice.

Jack, a 15-pound orange and white cat, keeps a close vigil on hisproperty, often chasing small animals, but his owners and neighbors sayhis latest escapade was surprising.

Jack1_2 "We used to joke, ‘Jack’s on duty,’ never knowing he’d go after a bear," owner Donna Dickey told The Star-Ledger of Newark for Friday’s editions.

Neighbor Suzanne Giovanetti first spotted Jack’s accomplishment after her husband saw a bear climb a tree on the edge of their northern New Jersey property on Sunday. Giovanetti thought Jack was simply looking up at the bear, but soon realized the much larger animal was afraid of the hissing cat.

After about 15 minutes, the bear descended and tried to run away, but Jack chased it up another tree
Dickey, who feared for her cat, then called Jack home and the bear scurried back to the woods. "He doesn’t want anybody in his yard," Dickey said.

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I’ll say!

Thanks for sending in, Amy F.!

Sibearian

Our favorite resident Siberian and contributor to the site, ‘Fiv3r" now has a fellow Siberian joining us on the site. From Yahoo, A four-month-old orphaned polar bear cub (And the hungry hungry zookeeper) hangs at the Krasnoyarsk zoo in Siberia.

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Spa-cee-bah, Brian S.!

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