He’s MINE! Mine! Mine! Mine!
Class, today we’re going to discuss Interspecies Snorgling. It’s a very simple premise. One species takes it upon his or herself to snorgle another species. The video we’re about to see, sent in by Pilar V. is a textbook example. Take notes, there’ll be a quiz later.
PS from Pilar: “This is my sloth. Do you remember her? Prince, the sloth and Witch the cat? Prince loves cats. And we have a lot of cats.”
“I’m Yours” by Jason Mraz.
Their loff was too beautiful for words,
Gabriela from Sweden is fortunate enough to share her life with, “the two cutest redheads EVER: Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever princess “Sienna”, who celebrated her fourth birthday on March 12, and little lord “Amser”, who’ll celebrate his *first* birthday on May 12! Thought I’d share some photos I took the other day, while they were busy with interspecies snorgling and grooming. These two LOVE each other, and I could not imagine my life without them.”
Yorkie vs. Bebeh Hoomin for all the marbles. Pretty much a stand-off ’til the Yorkie Total Bodyslam Maneuver @ :34.
Posted on Y-Tube by AkAggie.
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Put another puppy on the baby, will you honey?
Photos, babies and puppehs supplied by Unknown.
It is widely assumed that every prosh bebeh deer image is Bambi. This has been so ever since Walt Disney rolled out his movie way back in ’42, and scores of kiddies were traumatized when Bambi’s mom got whacked.
Nevertheless, after extensive research, we have determined that there is absolutely nothing, repeat nothing wrong with the “Every prosh bebeh deer image is Bambi” hypothesis, and we 100% endorse this concept! (PS- Enjoy this tune from the 1942 Bambi soundtrack, “Love Is A Song.”)
Photos 1 & 2 from Martine G. Photos 3 & 4 from JoAnna Y.
Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Nope, not at all.
Teri C. shared this with us from her crush on YouTube.