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Essential meme to represent the current fragile state of popular culture (or just a cute puppy?)


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  1. Blogger chris | 2:56 PM |  

    is it just me or is it very hard to tell what this costume's supposed to be?

    according to an e-mail from nicole, it's luke skywalker...but in actuality, it seems more like an ewok sans hood.

    don't get me wrong, it's adorable, but what is that blue thing on his head? it look familiar but i can't place it in star wars...

  2. Blogger Nicole | 3:08 PM |  

    Whatever it is, I think this photo is going to spark an intelligent debate;) Maybe it's a flying monkey from "The Wizard of Oz"?

  3. Blogger Lady Amy | 6:13 PM |  

    A-dorable! It does not resemble Luke Skywalker at all.

  4. Blogger DoktorPeace | 6:59 PM |  

    I'm pretty sure this is the front man for one of America's Next Great Bands (or however those words arrange). Chizeck out that mike he's got prepped, which def isn't a lightsaber. Being the biggest Star Wars nerd here (self-declared/accurate), I do not place this character anywhere in the known universe far, far away.

  5. Blogger ashm | 7:36 PM |  

    Luke Skywalker definitely didn't have ears like that. For some reason this photo reminded me of the drummer from Electric Eel Shock. Actually, maybe there was no reason. I think that thing's a safety match, and he's the piscachio nut spontaneous combustion fairy.

  6. Blogger Nicole | 9:52 PM |  

    I understand everything except why he's a pistachio nut...nuts don't have sad eyes and a cold, wet nose, Adam;) But maybe they do in Ireland?

  7. Blogger ashm | 5:55 AM |  

    I didn't say he _was_ a pistachio nut, just that he might be the anthropomorphic personification of the spontaneous combustion of pistachio nuts.

  8. Anonymous Christine | 9:32 AM |  

    I think he's a lion. Or maybe that guy who steals from the rich and gives to the poor.

    What's his name again?

    Well, whatever he is: he's adorable. I could stare into those eyes for probably 15 minutes straight. In fact, I think I will do that right now.

    Thank you, Nicole.

  9. Anonymous THE REAL DAN | 2:31 PM |  

    So all you need to do is post a picture of a puppy in a costume, and you can get all kinds of comments out of it? I need to use this strategy on my journal!

    -the REAL Dan, DAN WALLER!

  10. Blogger Nicole | 3:24 PM |  

    Puppies promote dialogue! It's part their ability to pluck at the heartstrings of the most hardened sinner (or cynic) and part unadulterated cuteness.

  11. Blogger qualler | 4:15 PM |  

    I have no comment on this. Now, were the dog dressed up in a Yoda costume, I would have a lot to say, and that lot would basically be summed up with one word: Awesome.

  12. Blogger ashm | 4:59 PM |  


  13. Blogger Brigitte | 3:44 PM |  

    beckett's way cuter. even without a costume he's cuter.

    i love beckett.

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