Mwah, Bea G. and Coco!
In this corner, in black and white trunks, the undefeated champion… Killer Kitteh!
And in this corner, wearing the baby blue jumper… Gorgeous Gigglin’ George!
“I’ll stop doing this when you stop calling my mom names. But let’s be honest, she is the 800-pound gorilla in the room, so it’s in your best interest to not insult us, you silly striped mule.”
Hey, is that a camera? Am I on TV? Hey, Aunt Louise, I’m on TV!
But wait — there’s even more Curious George action at the National Geographic site, including the thrilling “poking the lens with a stick” sequence! Thanks as always to MarilynT.!
This photo will force you to do two things, in this order:
1) Softly gasp and mutter “Awesome.”
All credit goes to photographer Shannon West and our ever-present sender-inner, Marilyn T.
They’re an opposable thumb away from RULING THE WORLD!
Wait—THEY HAVE OPPOSABLE THUMBS! RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!
Jorden C. Broke this story open…
“… back in those days, we didn’t any of this fancy-lad HD, 3-D, DVD whatzidingle, no sir. Paid a nickel to take the streetcar down to the Odeon every Friday night. Only cost a nickel to get in, and a large popcorn, that was another nickel…”
“… and that got you a feature, a newsreel, three cartoons, a travelogue from some island where the women didn’t wear shirts, Gaylord Mercer on the Mighty Wurlitzer, a trapeze act, and a live reenactment of the Battle of Little Big Horn, with horses.”
Something to ponder while you enjoy Avatar, Kerry M.
It’s a tragic story: A busy kitchen, a distracted parent, a curious toddler, and a cupboard carelessly left open — the perfect ingredients for a recipe… of addiction! Once a child develops a taste for kitten huffing, he or she is often lost… for life.
That’s why the scientists here at CuteLabs labor ’round the clock to make pets safer, with innovations like the Child-Proof Kitteh™… because we care.
Special thanks to lead researcher Andy P.
We continue our look back at 2009 fondly—make that fondlingly—with a salute to snorgling: Interspecies, intraspecies and intra-whatever. (Click pictures to view original posts. Parental guidance suggested.)
Welcome to my crib! I kiss you! I like many activates: gurgling, crawling and the smearing strained beets on the flokati rug. Now you will please to making the alteration of the diaper that is much poopy, thankings.
Jenni S., we apologize in advance for the comments below.