Let’s Give ‘em Somethin’ to ‘Tock About

Turtles are tockin’, tockin’ ’bout turtles,
This one needs Shoehab, would you believe it?

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And then these bunnies, doin’ one-eighty,
Try to ignore it but they keep singin’…

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‘Tocks just a little too round,
‘Tocks just a little too close,

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You stare just a little too long.
Maybe you’re seein’, same thin’ we do darlin’.

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Let’s give ‘em somethin’ to ‘tock about
(Somethin’ to ‘tock about) [stoats singing backup]
Let’s give ‘em somethin’ to ‘tock about
(Somethin’ to ‘tock about) [hamsters singing backup]
Let’s give ‘em somethin’ to ‘tock about
How ’bout buttoooocks?

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I feel so foolish, I never noticed
Your ‘tocks are bulbous, could you be posin’ for me?
It took this website to make me wonder,
Now I’m convinced that I’m goin’ under.

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Thinkin’ ’bout ‘em every day,
Dreamin’ ’bout ‘em every night.
I’m hopin’ that they feel the same way,
But that’s impossible—’tocks can’t have feelin’s darlin!

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Let’s give ‘em somethin’ to ‘tock about
(Somethin’ to ‘tock about) [frogs singing backup]
A little mystery to figure out
(Somethin’ to ‘tock about) [baby seals singing backup]
Let’s give ‘em somethin’ to ‘tock about
How ’bout buttoooooooocks?

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Let’s give ‘em somethin’ to ‘tock about babe,
A little bee butt to figure out.
Let’s give ‘em somethin’ to ‘tock about,
How ’bout buttooooooocks? Ooh…

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Listen to ‘em baby
(Somethin’ to ‘tock about) [frogs singing backup again]

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A little tailio won’t hurt ‘em
(Somethin’ to ‘tock about) [baboons singing backup]

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Let’s give ‘em somethin’ to ‘tock about
How about love, love, spots, and love

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Whoowhoo mmmm hey oohh whoowhoo
About love, love, love, love

How about they ‘tock about it? uh huh
‘Tock about love……..

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Apologies to Bonnie Raitt. Take a bow, ‘Tocktober! Excellent pic spotting, Chief Sister Officuh.

Turtle ‘Tocks by Kasey S., Bun’Tocks by Debra R., elephant log ‘tocks by Sheri, Frog ‘Tocks by Mary Jo E., Sprawled Bunneh ‘Tocks by Heather R., French Bulldog ‘Tocks photo by Carolyn M. sent in by Carolyn C. NBC ‘Tocks by Elena A., Bee ‘Tockage by Uncle Andrew, Alpaca Night ‘Tocks by Julie K., Duck! Duck! ‘Tocks! by Melissa S., Pan-‘Tocks by Roxanne S., Giraffe ‘Tocks by Kellene F., ‘Phant ‘Tocks Sent in by Kate E. taken by Carolyn G.

Twenty Questions

"Why can’t we fly? 

What do colors taste like? 

Where do babies come from? 

If I bite my nails, will a hand grow in my stomach? 

Why do we poop? 

Does water bounce? 

Can dogs look up? 

What would you do for a Klondike bar? 

Am I a dot?  Or am I a speck? 

When I’m underwater, do I get wet?  Or does the water get me instead? 

Did the computer invent itself? 

Where have all the flowers gone? 

Who framed Roger Rabbit? 

Where’s the beef? 

Does this look infected? 

Is there pinball in Heaven? 

Could Captain Kirk beat Han Solo in a bar fight? 

Are you now, or have you ever been …"

(Now *I* have a question: Where's the nearest orphanage?)

I donna know, Donna B.

Turtle ‘Tock Fa-shons!

Flirty Shell Skirts are in this Winter, Laaaaadies!



The aptly-named photo tortoisetock, by the aptly-named Sugarbunzz.

The Nyac Tribute Roll

People, this video is like the "Who Died" part of the Oscars. There’s even a piano soundtrack.

Ruhmember dear ole Nyac, the intrepid survivor of the Exxon Valdez spill, who went on to achieve GREATNESS by holding hands with her Vancouver Zoo tankmate? Now you can relive her getting cleaned up from oil, chomping on a crab lunch, and yes, holding paws.

Sarah W. Made us get our otter-embroidered hankies out again. Thanks a LOT.

Hand Sandwich, My Favorite!

To caviar lovers, Beluga is a tasty snack, but to this baby Beluga, you’re a tasty snack.  This friendly little lady from the Vancouver Aquarium, less than six months old, loves getting her tongue rubbed, of all things. (More Vancouver Aquarium videos here)

Let’s give sender-inner Meighan M. a great big … oh, you know.

Snailo Iglesias Narrowly Avoids Becoming Pesto Salad

This MINI snailio was “ehn”-ing along on a Basil leaf and almost joined the pesto recipe.

Luckily, his mini blorpitude was discovered and documented.

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Love the mini attenae looking down at Planet Hand, Sarah C.

Thhhhbbbbbbttt!

Crawlin’ up a paper towel

—Oh yeah—

Stickin’ out my tongue

I’m only a centimeter long

—Oh yeah—

But I’m still havin’ fun

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Peter E-M., Tell "Hermie" that Vegas just called.

When “Buzz” Turns to “Zzzz”

All this bee needs are little cotton pajamas with honey pots on them.

Sender-Inner James T. swatted spotted this one. Sleepy Bee-Best viewed large, originally uploaded by aussiegall.

Amazing True Facts of Science Revealed!

Lions can melt snow by having an orgy!

Well, I don't know about the rest of you, but I need a cigarette!

Cows can communicate telepathically with their tongues!

You DON'T want steak ... You DON'T want steak ...

Puppy breath can be used as a biological weapon!

Set wieners on stun!

And the most amazing science fact of all: Allison U. finds awesomely weird photos!!

The Master of Disguise!

Many exotic species—chameleon, zebra, Michael Jackson, just to name a few—depend on camouflage for survival.  But few are as cunning as incognitus redonkulii, commonly known as the "Dessert Lizard."  As patient as it is gifted, the Dessert Lizard has mastered the art of blending into the environment so completely that it can enjoy its diet of meringue without detection.  In this photo, for example, the Dessert Lizard has cleverly assumed the shape of a fork.

This green loser next to me, on the other hand, is a total n00b.'

Thanks to National Geographic Your Shot. Photo by the Bonnie "Macro lens at the ready!" Marsh.  I’ll never look at flatware the same way again, Sender-Inner Johanna S.