It’s time to get clever! A picture is worth a thousand words, but those messages vary from person to person. I think this photo is pretty darn cute, and I already have a few quotes of my own bouncing around in my head! What do you think? Suggest quotes or captions for this photo in your comments below, and I’ll do a roundup next week of some of my faves.
I looooove webcams, and I've got some time to kill before the Fourth of July fun gets started. If you're also sitting around waiting for the food to be grilled, now's a great time to check out some live zoo action. To be fair, I've included a variety of creatures as well as three cams with baby animals . . . ummm, adoro. Go ahead, blow kisses at your screen, I'm not telling.
- Lions! My current zoo cam of choice, I love to check in to see what the baby lions are up to. Nevermind that I can't understand a single word on the site except for "live" (as this zoo is all the way in Norway), my glimpses of mama lion canoodling and caring for her four cubs are too precious to pass up.
- Giant Pandas! Classic cam with lots of action, check out the Giant Pandas live from the San Diego Zoo. There are seven pandas there which makes spotting at least one fairly likely. And don't forget the other cams of the Apes, Polar Bears, and Elephants afterwards.
See three more webcam suggestions when you read more
Hungry, hungry pandas! These giant pandas made the trip from China's Sichuan province on Saturday and are settling into their new home at the Beijing Zoo. There were food and (safe) shelter shortages in their original home of Wolong Giant Panda Reserve post earthquake, but they look like they're getting plenty of that leafy green bamboo now. I love watching them eat – seriously check it out . . . adoro – so see a super cute gallery of these pandas when you read more
Last week's horrible earthquake in China caused devastation across the country. The area is home to many pandas, both in the wild and at several zoos and reserves. These black-and-white creatures you see here are chomping on their fave diet of bamboo at the Chengdu Research Base in the Sichuan Province. There are eight giant pandas from the Wolong Giant Panda Reserve – about 20 miles from the epicenter of the deadly quake – calling this their temporary home. Today they'll be flying the friendly skies in a special plane. Destination: Beijing, where the creatures will soon make a new home and be on public display at the Beijing zoo! There are more of these cutie pies when you read more
One sneezing panda took the Internet by storm and became an overnight viral video star not too long ago. If his single sneeze resulted in 15 minutes of fame, then imagine what a record-breaking 14 sneezes (in one sitting!) will do for our panda friend below. Who said bad allergies were a curse? They just might be this guy's claim to fame . . .
This is why I stick to the strictly fine dining establishments of Jack in the Box, Carl's Jr., and the underrated Long John Silver's.
If you have the time, pull up a chair, sit down, and watch these little pandas go at it for what seems an eternity. They are really getting into it! Somewhere midway in the vid, when one of them is on his tippy toes swatting the other one on the head, I noticed that it looks like they're wearing furry, black leg warmers. Too freaking cute! I cry uncle.
Underneath their mask of fuzzy cuteness, pandas, apparently, will eat your face off. Well, that's according to Chris. And who am I not to believe him?
All right, you two. One more minute of kissing and then I'm going to have to break it up...
These partners in crime have figured out how to break out of the clink--or at least how to "break on through to the other side"!