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Combine liquid ingredients in a cocktail shaker with cracked ice and shake well. Strain into a chillin’ martini glass and garnish with lemon twist kitty head.
We maded you a martini, Sandy B., but we drinked it.
(Recipe based on the classic James Bond martini. More recipes here.)
Sender-inner Jessica L. writes: “Okay, here’s a strange one for you. But every time I look at these pictures I think how cute it is, so I thought I’d send it on in. It is a turkey made out of a pine cone who has clearly befriended a sprouted onion. Seriously, check it out. Or maybe I’m just strange.”
[shifty eyes] Thanks… [looks over shoulder]
Behold a gaggle of color-coded Peeps riding multi-colored horses.
Even stranger is the text accompanying the submission: “These little guys deserve fun too.”
Um. OK. [shifty eyes in disbelief]
Katy M., unique. Very unique.
People, Hello Kitty is such a cutesy nightmare. I know what you’re thinking—”hello Kettle? it’s me. You’re black!” But seriously folks, will you please get a load of this Hello Kitty Castle? Try not to ralph.
Looking for an alternative to the fast pace of fast food? Then bring your appetite — and a couple of hours — down to Tortoise Burger, where your meal crawls right to your table. Have it your way — eventually.
From a frequently strange photostream found by Dave R.
Easy, clear trajectory.
I could crap on that.
– Argyle Donkeypants
Sharp talons and beak
Slice cleanly, and blue blood flows.
Alas, just a dream.
Season? In haiku?
I can’t deal with the pressure!
Form’s too hard. (Winter)
– Von Zeppelin
On Thanksgiving Day
Nothing says let us give thanks
Like a Smurf balloon
– Daytime Deb
I click on CO and smile,
a moment’s respite.
Stu G. and Chiku the African Grey enjoyed the Thanksgiving Day Parade 2009 2008 and snapped this beaut.
You must go check out this site called “My Milk Toof” with stories and photos from Inhae Renee Lee, a Berkeley artist.
Inhae imagines her lost baby teef come home after years of living with the tooth fairy. Now, they’re adjusting to their new life with her. She tells their stories like caring for wilting plants, taking baths:
and (of course) teething.
Be sure to check out My Milk Toof for all the adventures. Thanks for pointer-outering, Jenna W.
Banana, smiling / Parrot, eying warily / You, writing Haiku
The pic is bananas, B-A-N-A-Chloe S.
Trying to cut back on the caffeine? Try one of the cappuccino creations in this pictorial from Woman’s Day–delicate pictures in milk and chocolate that are so cute, you might just stare at them instead of drinking them.
Now see it in action, through the miracle of Cappuccin-O-Rama!
Pass the biscotti, Annie.