You’re Going to Blame That on Me, Aren’t You?

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Via Zigger_Dog on Flickr_Site.

WHEEL! OF! BUTT-SNIFFING!

‘Round and ’round and ’round they goes, and why they do this, nobody knows.

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Hmm, You New Around Here?

‘Cause I never forget a face.

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Via Bored Panda.

Stain Resistance Never Tasted so Good!

Is your pup a couch-licker? New cherry-flavored Cutegard™ protects your delicate fabric, and treats your pet to a tangy taste sensation! Also available in grape, banana, and mango!


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How Can You Think of Food at a Time Like This?

I’m tellin’ ya kid, we got a problem. There’s a 5-second rule and neither of us can count to five. Or is it a 5-second drool, I can never remember.

Via YouTube.

 

Classic Meg Rewind: January 16, 2007

(bird) ‘Tocks Up!

When things got you down
and you got a perma-frown it’s

‘Tocks Up!
(bird) ‘Tocks Up!

When everything sucks
and your pockets have no bucks it’s

‘Tocks Up!
‘Tocks Up!

When you sleep through the alarm
and Grandpa bought the farm it’s

‘Tocks Up!
(in this case bird) ‘Tocks Up!

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Sing it with me, People! (and William B.T.!)

Classic Meg Rewind: September 21, 2006

Mmmmm, snoutlicioussss

This is complete and total snout overload. How much is that pig LOL-ing? I bet that pig snorts when he laughs, too.

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Holy bacon bits, Jennifer H.!

How to Talk to Your Child About Lizards

Your child’s first outbreak of lizards is likely to be a traumatic experience. What is happening to me? he or she will wonder. Will I stay like this? It’s important to reassure your child that lizards is a phase every child goes through, and that with proper facial care and some dead flies, lizards will go away on its own.


“As we had been vacationing at the resort, I can’t quite decide who visited whom,” says Ingrid H.

Bob, We Need to Talk

Listen, a bunch of the other guys at the dorm asked me to tell you there’s, well, something about you that you need to know. It’s kind of a loose end, you might say, and it’s been hanging there awhile, but I don’t want to stretch it out any longer, so here it is: You talk in your sleep, and we’re all rather curious about who this “Beatrice” is.

Oh, and on an unrelated note, kudos on the drool thread.

Disgusting Animal Species

Ranging from the Northeast to the Great Lakes region, the Crimson Nosepicker (mucus digguli) is a constant nuisance to any unwary hiker caught without a tissue.


Via Mark Dumont.