This monkey decides he’s gonna have whatever SNIFF? SNIFF? is inside this bag. And he ain’t sharin’ it with no darned seagull, ‘neither.
….so leave it to The Big J to serve it up, thanks to Andrew Y. and RocketNews 24. (I actually did see this, but I’ll toss the cred his way.) So, check these out. What we have here seems to be….Parakeet Cakes.
Of course they are.
You can also buy these there, too. These limited edition Para-Cakes are made by a place called the Kotori Café, and the set of three cakes is priced at 1,200Y, or a little over $10 US. So you’d better get there fast!
“Hai-yah! So, Wing Fat, my nemesis! You think your mastery of the Tai-bo staff will protect you, but I say there can be no defense against my Dragon Lotus 1-2-3 Punch! Take that!”
Photo via Jade Craven.
“For a start, it’s hard to contemplate your navel when you haven’t got one.”
Via Piper Gu on Flickr.
In the first photo, we see Scrappy Doo The Bichon in her customary spot on the serving tray. As it should be.
(Say like ‘66 Batman announcer :) “But wait! Have we a NEW Interloper on the scene, taking Scrappy’s status DOWN a notch?”
“Snowy the Cockatail is the newest member of our family. Today, he put Scrappy Doo the Bichon in her place by taking the prized position on the serving tray. Thanks for all the Cute!
Checked through the comprehensive C.O. Archives- which you can do, just search “Photobomb” in the box- and determined that this is THE first Swan Photobomb we’ve ever run. Fanfare from the orchestra, please!
Thanks to Vajda B., who found this on The Facebooksters.
Check out this video: seems this little guy has just decided to hang out in the kitchen with this nice hoomin lady. We get a great British accent, too.
The Mail Online story says Bob stops by up to 15 times a day to meet Pat Lowe, fixes Bob his favorite: cooked porridge.
Thanks to Claire H. Photo by David Hedges.
Especially THESE Cute lil’ fellows (or ladies) practicing their Syncho-Baroo™. Photo by Dana G.