"Daaahling, what do you think? I was so weary of blending in, and Mr. Rudolfo says the orange highlights are the perfect complement to my bone structure. When he’s right, he’s right— I feel faaaaaaabulous!"
Cue the violins…
Cue the beady eyes…
Cue the loooooooooove…!
Don’t miss the second part of the worm soap opera, when one of the wormies takes a trip to the beach…
"OK, kids, we’ve got a busy day planned. From eight until eleven, we hit the department stores, and I’ll need you running interference for me at the sale tables. Next, I need to stop by Just Hammers and get something for your dad. At noon, we stop at the food court, and then you’re all getting your picture taken with Santa; try not to freak out like last year, Timmy. All right, people — let’s move out!"
Try to stay out of their way, Brinke G.
Way to go, dawgs! Before stuffing yourselves with Thanksgiving dinner, you stuffed our mailbox with lots of correct answers in our latest quiz! And our winner, randomly selected from over 360 entries, is Elizabeth S.! Congratulations, and your Cute Overload Page-A-Day Calendar will be on its way shortly.
And now, the answers:
In what U.S. state will you find Red Dog Mine?
What British pop group’s controversial 1980 single encouraged home music taping?
Answer: Bow Wow Wow
What nation was ruled by a dog for three years in the 11th century?
In Steinbeck’s Travels with Charley, what breed was Charley?
Answer: Standard Poodle (any answer with "poodle" was accepted)
What is the brightest star in the night sky?
Answer: Sirius, the "Dog Star"
In golf, what is the term for a hole that’s curved rather than straight?
Thanks again to everyone who played! Enjoy your Thanksgiving! Photo credit! The wonderful crowned pup photo shown above in the “Norway” answer by photographer Lane Collins!
"Stop standing around, people, we’ve got a fashion shoot to do! Steve, I need you to move the herd of zebras to the left, they’re blocking the Christmas trees. Trapeze artists, dangle a little lower, I can’t get you in frame. Whoa, that’s enough makeup on the ballerinas, Marcie, we’re going for the natural look here. OK, people — let’s make a statement! (Hm, I think I’ll give this shot an F-17 with 800 ISO and 99 44/100 percent hydro-jammaframmitz.)"
Found on Teh Intartubes. That’s an Echidna, for those who don’t know.
Ah ah huh
Heyy yea yeah!
NTMTOM, Brillo find. Ehn, ehn ehn!
(you are sick of eating Eucalyptus leaves …)
I — am — sick — of — eating — Eucalyptus — leaves …
(you want to take me out for ice cream …)
I — want — to — take — you — out — for — ice — cream …
(and after that, you want to buy me a dirt bike …)
I — will — post — every — picture — that — Brinke — G. — submits …
Crikey! According to Australian researchers, humans and kangaroos shared a common ancestor 150 million years ago and have similar sections of DNA. "We thought they’d be completely scrambled, but they’re not," said one expert. "There is great chunks of the human genome which is sitting right there in the kangaroo genome." Well, this helps explain Yahoo Serious.
Side-eyed suspicious kangaroo from Sender-Inner Shawn P.