I know ya’ll are busy watching the Who at the Superbowl Halftime show, but in case you were looking for something a litttle less Amerrrrican and something a little more of the crocheted, Japanese, Ukulele variety, settle in for some sweet videos:
Step right up, folks—test yah skill! Three balls for a dollah! Knock down the lead-weighted milk bottles, and win your choice from the stuffed-animal shelf!
And if you can knock down the bottles with just one ball, you win today’s grand prize: This authentic, gin-you-wine, Cute Overload Extreme Close-up!
Christina C. says: “We just adopted a baby pug and named her Julie Bean. In this photo, she is itemizing the stuffed animals for tax purposes.”
I have no idea what you’re talking about… so here’s a book about a rabbit with a pancake on its head.
From 1999 to 2003, Hironori Akutagawa photographed his rabbit, Oolong, with various objects perched on his conveniently flat head. Now the photos have been compiled in a book titled In Almost Every Picture 8 from KesselKramer Publishing.
We eagerly await the sequel, featuring a bunny with a book about a bunny with objects on its head on its head.
Just what your coffee table’s been yearning for, Kyra M.
It was another tear-stained night in the French Quarter, heartbreak hanging over every street like a grieving fog. There was already a row of shot glasses on the bar in front of me, drained like fallen soldiers, but I still had sorrows to drown.
It was Amateur Night, when every cab driver with the ten-spot to get his horn out of hock took his turn in the shadows of Parker and Gillespie. A beady-eyed quartet shuffled on stage; with luck, they’d only butcher a few numbers before slinking away in shame. I ordered another shot and braced myself for the worst.
But then they started to play…
Like coolsville, Amy F.
From our “sad but true” files: Somewhere, at this very moment, people are taking pictures that don’t have any cats in them. To remedy this injustice, there’s CatPaint, an iPhone app that populates any pic with prosh pouncy purriness pronto.
And as if that weren’t enough, the app drives other cats insane (OK, more insane):
Spotted by Susy P.