Just hung out.
Rim shot please, Katherine F.
Dr. Jones coiled his bullwhip and gazed at the crumbling stone altar just paces away. Atop it sat the squat bronze idol, as it had for centuries, returning his gaze with mocking contempt.
“Let us hurry,” said the guide. “There is nothing to fear here.”
“That’s what scares me,” said Jones.
Once again, Chantal P., what was briefly yours is now mine! (evil laughter)
And they’re comin’ to get me
Pups are jumpin’
At my cam’ra held high
Oh your teeth are fine
Keep ‘em clear of my Canon
This candid CutePortering
Dumps me on my behiiiiiind
Ehhh, who am I kidding; I’d do this all day. Thanks to Lucy, Ricky, and my lovely neighbors across the street.
Once again, as he has done for centuries, the cursed vampire rises from his grave to feast. Mad with hunger, the wretched fiend spies his next victim, an unsuspecting villager. He waits in the shadows; his prey draws nearer… and then, with inhuman speed, the monster strikes!
More monkeyshines at the Daily Mail.
… who nourishes our forest with gentle life-giving rains,
… who blesses us with interesting feet that can grab things,
… who makes heavy the trees with delicious fruits that are very hard to open,
… who causes the theme from “The Benny Hill Show” to reverberate inside our tiny heads whenever we frolic and scamper through the treetops,
… all glory and pudding be upon thee, forever and ever, aaaaaaaa-monnnnk…
(OK, this is an ape, not a monkey, but we like the sound of “monkey butt,” so deal.)
OMG He’s SO CUTE (the monkeh, People, the monkeh!)
Jamin C. says: “This is me with my baby baboon Majoca at our exploration camp in eastern Angola (west Africa). Her mom was killed so I adopted her!” Very sweet, Jamin. ;)
Pleeeeeease, Mom? I promise I’ll take care of him, and clean up after him, and help him with his geography homework, and buy him video games, and get him into good schools, and teach him to drive, and start a trust fund for college, and…
Awesome babysitter, Alex B.
Excellent new CATegory, Monica and Monica’s boyfriend who had the idea in the first place
By now, you’ve probably noticed a new “thumbs up/thumbs down” rating system for comments. Even though we at CuteLabs thrive on the cutting edge of Cuteology, we know that some have had trouble adjusting to the change. We understand, and we listen — because we care.
And like all new ideas, it could have been worse. We could have gone with our first concept…
|‘Allo, bah-bee… Do not be afraid, mah darleeng. Zis love, she ees beeger zan zee both of us… First, you must cleek zee button to begeen zee make-out muzeek, an’ zen we commence wees zee making of zee out, non?|