Anybody Up For Some Pi?

Today is the bestest day of the week for a big honkin’ slice o’ Pi!

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Pug photo from The Daily Puglet.

24 Hours Of Cute: Happy Valentine’s Day Haiku @ 3:00p PT

Very tall giraffes
One snorgling the other says
Be my Valentine?

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Giraffe pair bonding in the Kruger National Park, South Africa from Shutterstock. 24 Hours Of Cute: Happy Valentine’s Day continues…

So This Giraffe Walks Into A Restaurant, See…

Imagine the surprise of the hoomins dining at a South Africa safari park restaurant, when a guest ambled in to see what was on the menu. A rather…tall guest named Perdy.

(Headline is very similar to the one The Inquisitr used, but I am pretty sure I think I might’ve thought of it before I saw the story. -B.)

Photobomb Loogie!

Mind if I JUST STICK MY HEAD IN HERE FOR A SECOND? Thanks awfully.

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Spotted on The Twitter. Photo by Deirdre Mead/Caters.

Newborn Giraffe: Six Foot High and Rising!

A Rothschild’s Giraffe calf standing 6′ tall was born on Aug. 20 at Paignton Zoo in England: The tallest baby in the world! No confirmation yet whether it’s a girl or a boy. AND, guess who doesn’t have a NAME yet?! What do you think? Mama’s name is Janica and Dad’s name is Yoda …unnhh wasn’t Yoda the short dude …I’m thinking no way he’s the da – oh well!!!

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Staring at you, dear readers, daring you to turn away…

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…at you own peril!

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Sender-inner Carol B. wants to make sure we noticed the “massive babeh giraffe disapproval!” OK, she hadn’t had her coffee yet. Via Zooborns

High Diving Giraffes

That would be what’s usually known as a “Non sequitur.”

Non sequitur (pron.: /nɒnˈsɛkwɪtər/) is Latin for “it does not follow.” It is most often used as a noun to describe illogical statements.

And that’s just what this video is. “High Diving” + “Giraffes” aren’t generally used together in sentences. But here we go!

“This is not mine but I came across it today and I thought of you. High-diving giraffes! (I mean, really, where else but up high would giraffes dive from, anyway?) Make sure you watch all the way to the end of the credits.” -Cuteporter Allein S.

Looking Down My Nose

Judgemental or in need of bifocals?


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