Cuteologists are cheering the discovery of the “caturtle,” a feline/reptilian hybrid equipped with a tough outer shell and a fuzzy inner body.
Good evening. We continue this week with The Travails of Hinky Binkydink, the ribald wanderings of a common chameleon. In tonight’s episode, our hero’s tongue becomes entangled in the wig of Lady Euphigenia Flacknell just as her husband returns home from fighting the Spanish Armada.
Yo, dude — show me how you got in there, willya? Kind of hangin’ by a thread, what with the way Speed Racer here likes to corner at full speed, know what I’m sayin’?
Oh, so you’re just gonna sit there? It’s like that, then? Ice cold, bro.
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Actually, there’s no picture here. We deny it completely. You didn’t see anything. And it didn’t come from Daily Picks and Flicks, that’s for sure.
The Cute Overload Rules of Cuteness Rule #45 specifies that if you have ‘pygmy’ in your species name, you’re auto-magically cute. The pygmy Jerboa [AKA Tiny Head with Feet] is no exception:
This Submishe is from Sender-Inner Polarity Pictures [*Note: And in 2015: Susan M. -Ed.]
Jennifer H. of the good ol’ Department of Romance Languages & Literatures/University of Chicago sent us this NatGeo story- “Unbelievably Cute Mammal With Teddy Bear Face Rediscovered.” Sounds good enough for us!
(Well, there’s no point in putting it off. I’m just going to have to march in there and tell them, “Mom? Dad? Remember that old witch lady that lives in the forest, the one you always told me to stay away from? Well, I kind of went out there and she seemed really nice and she gave me this weird-tasting candy and now I’m a raccoon. Sorry.”)