Pusheen the cat is one of those characters that turns up in all sorts of products. You might not know that Pusheen has a sister called Stormy. Stormy looks just like her sibling, only she’s fluffy like a sheep.
Growing up, we had this tiny fluffy Maltese dog, and it was a vindictive little asshole. If you made him mad, he would creep up on the back of the couch all lovie dovie, nuzzle your ear, and then bite the shit out of your neck.
The Nintendo Switch is the company’s highly anticipated new game console. While lots of folks are just excited by its gameplay possibilities, other fans are already creating fan art based on the theory that the controller looks like the head of a cute dog.
What is this you ask? It’s a cat with ten tentacles. I don’t know why either. It’s called the Orange Tabby Tentacle Kitty. Would make much more sense if it had nine tentacles and was called the Orange Tabby Nintacle Kitty, but maybe that’s just me.
We could also call it Cathulhu or maybe Catapus.
Up until she turned 10, my daughter was all about the stuffed animals. Apparently 10 is the age where stuffed animals become stuff for babies. Before that time, we were in the Build-a-Bear workshop at the mall so frequently that the girls working the counter knew her by name.
Breaking Bad was a great show that showed how a normal guy in a bad situation could go totally bonkers and turn into a drug kingpin. If you watched the show, you will remember that iconic pink teddy bear floating in the pool that had a missing eye and ear burned off.
Everybody has one: a toy from their childhood that will always have a special significance in their lives. For John Bennett, it was Ted, a stuffed teddy bear that came to life after John wished for it one Christmas night.
The gals over at The House of Mouse do one thing, and one thing well. They make little tiny mice based on geeky and pop culture icons. In browsing through their collection I found hand-sewn felt rodent versions of characters from Star Wars, LoTR, Harry Potter, and Doctor Who among others.
My personal favorite has to be the Stormtrooper mouse, but I have to say that the Darth Vader, Jabba the Hutt and Wall-E ones are pretty awesome too.
Instructables contributors never cease to amaze me with the wonders they conceptualize and create. We may have reached the craftastic zenith with these DIY stuffed animal headphones. I myself have never felt the urge for my ears to cuddle up with my headphones, but maybe I’m missing out.
The project was posted by the aptly named Wurlitzergirl (who presumably cranks old-timey organ music through those those cuddly koala bears.)