That was the subject line of the email we recently received, and we mean to rectify that GLARING error right NOW. (Photo via Imgur/Reddit.)
The Sea Sapphire is
a mysterious critter
(Anna C. from IFL Science.)
Did you like the Bunnehs Of The Sea earlier this morning? Great. ‘CAUSE NOW YOU CAN BUY ‘EM AS SLIPPERS!!! (We do not make this stuff up.) Now, this link is for a Korean online store, so I don’t have any specifics, and my doggone Chrome Browser refuses to translate. Maybe someone can help?
Thanks to Sandy B.
[*UPDATE 11:13am PT: GET YOUR BUNNEHS OF THE SEA SLIPPERS HERE. HONEST.]
I’ll admit, that IS what they look like. Or maybe…a cream puff with ears. With little chocolate sprinkles. Nope- that there be a SEA SLUG (“Jorunna parva.”) Big J, all the way.
[I can only hold this pose for so long! You think I ALWAYS smile like this?] Photo of a Bebeh Skate by Xavi and Erin at the Seattle Aquarium.
He uses safe, non-toxic paint for these designs. And they serve a purpose that’s more important than just decorative.
The bright imagery helps them stand out so they won’t accidentally get stepped on!
Andrew Y. sent this image in, with just the URL and the subject line, “Baymax Dumplings.” Er- what? Turns out- and I am going way out on a limb here- that Baymax is the title hero of the movie “Big Hero 6.” I think. If you can follow this plot, you get a gold star. It’s all about (quoting Wikipedia) “Hiro Hamada, a 14-year-old robotics genius who lives in the futuristic fictional city of San Fransokyo.”
A-HA! I knew the Big J was involved. It’s now OK to eat the dumplings.
[First off, I’m really rich. It’s fantastic to be me, it really is. I wake up in the morning and the first thing I do is kiss myself. Secondly, I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created. And third- can SOMEone find me my can of AquaNet?]