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Bailey and Bailee look fantastic in our Googly Eyes Glasses:
Moose is enchanting in Hypno Glasses:
Tank looks Marxian in our Disguise Glasses:
Doris is fantastically feline in our Cat Eye Glasses:
And Milo is animated in our Anime Glasses.
We sure hope we get invited to the party next time! We'll bring the kibble.
Proving once again that our Horse Head Mask can pop up just about anywhere, we recently spotted one in this funny video created by Russian videographer Michael Tivikoff, a.k.a. Mr. TVCow. Entitled "How Gamers Eat Their Food", the video demonstrates how people who play different video games (or indeed the characters from those games) have wildly different (and silly) ways of eating.
But we think the best part is that the demonstrations are presented to a person wearing everyone's favorite creepy Horse Head Mask, who listens attentively while munching on a leafy salad:[via Kotaku]
Joe J Thomas, voice actor and creator of the blog Joe's Dump, recently proposed an awesome new system of measurement, The Rubber Chicken Standard. What with the Metric System failing to take off in the US and his opinion that the Imperial System isn't very intuitive, Joe argues that it's high time we all agreed on a new standard of measurement:
I’ve chosen the Archie McPhee Deluxe Rubber Chicken as a new standard of measurement. The reason is simple: every culture knows what a chicken is, and a rubber chicken is easier to use because it won’t spoil.
One rubber chicken is the basic unit of measurement. (How many chickens tall are you?) But Joe goes on to propose the use of a "Kilo-Chicken" (kc) for measuring really large objects (It’s the size of 1,000 Rubber Chickens):
And the "Micro-Chicken" (uc) for measuring really tiny things:
Click here to learn more about The Rubber Chicken Standard. We think it's brilliant.
Well done Jim and thank you for sharing! We've already watched it ten times in a row and it’s still cracking us up.
Want to get your own backyard squirrels involved in this hilarious action?
Click here to buy the Horse Head Squirrel Feeder.
We love seeing the fun people have using our Googly Eyes. Nuria Pérez Paredes recently filmed her two daughters going around Madrid on their first Eyebombing mission using googly eyes to give urban surfaces and inanimate objects the appearance of being living creatures.
It's further proof that a pair of googly eyes can come in handy just about anywhere.
Don't be caught unprepared when you find the perfect eyebombing spot in your own town.
Click here to order a handy set of Emergency Googly Eyes.
Yesterday we introduced the Horse Head Squirrel Feeder and today, thanks to intrepid photographer Jim Zielinski, we've got our very first action shots of the feeder in use by a real live squirrel. The squirrel is enjoying a tasty snack while looking utterly ridiculous. It's perfect:
Don't let your neighborhood squirrels be left out.
Click here to buy the Horse Head Squirrel Feeder!
Entitled "Unicorn at the Zoo," this delightful video shows off Randy, the zoo's newest and most magical resident.
"Say hello to the newest resident of the LA Zoo. He’s already a big crowd pleaser…"
Watching him look so longingly at the zebras, we're wondering how Randy the Unicorn would react if other unicorns showed up to visit him at the LA Zoo.
Now we know why we've sometimes felt weirdly unsatisfied after an otherwise amazing day at the zoo. No unicorns![via Laughing Squid]
When our friend Linda Lombardi got her pug, Lilly, to pose in pug slippers, she took what ended up being one of the most stolen pictures on the internet:
When she recently got her hands on our new Pug Mask, she couldn't stop herself from recreating her own famous photo:
As you can clearly see from the delightful family portrait below, both Rose and Lilly seem very accepting of their new pug/human hybrid owner:
It appears that our Pug Mask just received the official Pug Seal of Approval.