(Notice that this puppeh is showing textbook ‘tocks for your Middle O’ The Week Rump Day Viewing. He’s ALSO executing a highly complicated Reverse Over The Shoulder Backwards Baroo- most difficult.) “Eiger, my 10 month old Bernese Mountain Dog was featured on C.O. showing off his frog legs back during ‘Tocktober 2013. Now he has grown up a bit more but nothing has really changed! Taken by me, Indy D.”
[This one is an Encore Presentaysh from early 2013. However, Cuteporter Amanda V. wrote in and insisted we do the right thing and run it again. And so we shall. Guaranteed to start the work week off on the right note. -Ed.]
“I have been in love with Mr. Blorpy the Cape Rain Frog since you guys posted him back in 2009, but I had NO IDEA that there were other flavors of Rain Frogs until yesterday when a friend sent me this video of a DESERT Rain Frog and my head positively exploded. The Blorp and Squee are unbounded. Do what is right and share this with the world.”
You got it!
As a new bonus, we’ve also included a handy ringtone for your phone. Click it to preview, or right click on this link to save (or control-click for Mac).
(Oh, you’d like a FIVE MINUTE LOOP of this? Sure, sure.)
Friendly little guy
With a big smile on his face
Knows Peter Parker
Hamster Butts are the latest craze in Japan– the term “Hamuketsu” combines “Hamster” and “Ketsu,” or buttocks in Japanese. As C.O. was all over this a few months back, we present this Encore Presentayshe of…Hammie Butts!
*Decided to go with “Butts” instead of “Tocks” for a change of pace. As seen on Sad And Useless.
The Cute-O-Meter goes allllllll the way to eleven with this one. A playful little puppeh says hi to a mellow bebeh monkeh. WHAT.
But then, “Baby Monkeh” gives us an excuse to roll out this classic for another spin.
CAREFUL: U will have this song in your head the rest of the day. Guaranteed.
Personally, I always go for “Wombat.” It’s just funny. But there’s another candidate brought to our attention by Tracey M. “So devilishly cute, makes me think it was born in Japan. But no, it was at Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo. Four hooves will fit on a Canadian dollar – ahn.” Who’s she talkin’ ’bout?
Say it out loud. Do it right now. We’ll wait.
Doesn’t it make you smile? Of course. So what’s the better name, Klipspringer or Wombat? Take the Poll! BTW, this very Klipspringer needs its own name!
So that’s one of our candidates, and LOOK OUT ’cause here comes the other.
Peeps! Let’s hear it for, SCREAMING PUG ROCKET! (wild applause!)
That’s our favorite song, youmongrel!