Abandoned chemical weapons plant is overrun with fluffy bunnies
Never mind swords into ploughshares. Turn swords into bunny food.
The Stuffed Bear Liberation Front
saves one of its own in New Hampshire (and stops for a little snack in the middle of a crime spree).
(Best comment from the source article in NY Magazine: "This is completely irresponsible representation of black bears by the media - white bears commit home invasions just as much or even more. Why do those stories hibernate while the poohsecution of blacks continues?")
Dashing through the crime rate
What's the best way to prevent purse-snatching at Christmas time?
Sometimes when you're doing a Google Image search for "cute whale", you come up with so much more than you bargained for. Like, say an entire blog reviewing cute gadgets. It's in English for the most part, but it seems to be Japanese in origin, which leads to extra language cuteness, like in this page I clicked in on:
7. Cute Whale Mascot USB Drive
It has additional function : as a. Has 512 mb, it’s big enough for store many music… It’s a really adorable gadget, Sweet! I love cute mascot!
Zip, zip, zip
This colt can't see anything, but he obviously loves the feeling of playing with zippers.
Kittens + Wii = double the happy.
In case the world needed more demonstration that kittens are a force to be reckoned with: In Florida, two six-month-old kittens, named Fuzzy and Hardy, have just chased a 200-pound bear up a tree, where it currently remains. Fuzzy and Hardy could not be reached for comment.
(Hat tip: L.E.)
If the slide will not come to Buddha,
Buddha will go down the slide (along with MeFi founder Matt Haughey's daughter). From his comment on the photo: "[She] loves Thai Buddhas we've seen in other gardens so we bought one last summer. Today she decided it was a friend to pal around with so she went on the swings with it and down the slide several times."
One thousand onesies
Hand-decorated at Gwynne & Gabe's baby shower. More pictures here.
Some Restaurants Should Be Nice...
...for the nice people.
Tiny mouse surprise mug
From the item description:
This sweet little mouse hides in the glossy green interior of his white mug, huddling quietly, listening & hoping you won't notice he's there until the very last sip...just waiting to be discovered after finishing a cup of milk (hot cocoa? soup?). I use similar cups at home to motivate my picky eater: “Okay, drink enough that you can see the bunny's head.”
2-year-old playing Rock Band
"Want me to turn it up loud?"
"Turn it LOUUU-UD."
The drunk fox jumped over the lazy dog
If you don't have a valid driver's license, passport, or Massachusetts liquor ID to certify that you are 21 or older, please move on to the next post about meerkats or plush toys in the shape of whatever clever thing they're making plush toys of now.
My mother has kindly entrusted me with her beer coaster collection, which includes several for German brews. My favorite (though I've never tasted it) is Fuchsbüchler Berg Pils, because their mascot is a tiny, drunk fox, letterpressed in fetching orange-red and green and clutching a stein.
Remember Aesop's fable about the wily fox and the beer? The moral of the story is that beer is delicious.
Previously on Adorablog: Cherry ale, with Pucca.