Par Julien Wolkenstein (via ASVOF)
Par Julien Wolkenstein (via ASVOF)
Anyways, now that I know that a dog can be so much more than just a boring dog, I want I poodle like Cindy, who loves attention and can look like:
A Dragon, for instance
Or a peacock
Or a peacock after the show without feathers
My favourite: a ninja turtle!
This is not allgemein anymore, this is speziell.
Go to Creative Grooming for more pictures.
Green Porno is a series of 8 short films written, directed and featuring Isabella Rossellini made for small, mobile screens. The movies explain the mating rituals of the dragonfly, spider, bee, praying mantis, earthworm, snail and fly.
Read the Sundance press release (in pdf) including an interview with Isabella Rossellini: “Then they said … It would be great to do something flashy ““ that was the word they used – that calls attention to these new possibilities. To me, ‘flashy’ translated into sex.”
Below are a couple of screenshots and quotes.
On the other end of my body I would have my anus – to defecate
I can withdraw my entire body into my shell
Where I could hide my vagina and my penis
I have both
My anus would end up on top of my head – unfortunately
If I was a spider I would have six eyes
And still don’t see very well
Our babies grow up in cadavers
They’re called maggots
I would have a slim slim body
But first I would clean her vagina
To make sure she would only have my babies
If I was a firefly
I would light up my ass at night
Mariah filmed a couple of commercials for MTV for her new album. Here she’s on the treadmill with her dog JJ (his voice by Snoop Dogg).
Basically, I have to go to sleep for two months. Everything I want is available in spring, mostly February only:
What would the animal series be without Mary’s favourites? So without further ado, the first blog entry by Mary Messhausen:
Growing up as a little girl in an alternative universe (Newfoundland), I used to gaze out of my frosty window to the cliff across the pond. One day I noticed little creatures fluttering about. I thought they were fairies, so I decided to have a closer look. When I reached the top of the cliff, I was surrounded by hundreds of little flying mini penguins… also known as the puffin.
The puffin stands at about 30 cm (1 foot) tall and I have a weak spot for them because they have bright clown coloured faces, their tiny flappy wings bring them all over the world and year after year they return home and breed in the same hole.
Fast forward to when I was 16. I went back to the motherland aka The Philippines. One night I was asleep in my family home when I awoke to the sound of a bird like twill. Curious to see where the sound was coming from, I strolled through the Chocolate Hills and ventured into the forest. With my trusty flashlight, I quickly found the source of this mysterious sound. High in the treetops I spotted the Mawmag, known locally as the Koboldmaki or Philippine Tarsier.
As it looked down upon me with its enormous eyes, I figured that it could fit in the palm of my hand. It was really the cutest animal I had seen since my brush with the puffin. I always wanted the people here to see this sleepy and shy monkey, so I’m going back in February to bring a bunch home to live with me in my cozy new shack.
That being said, I’m delighted to introduce you to the two animal spirits of Mary.
The other day, I got mail from Bobs & Bitz. It was a spread from a weekly German newspaper about extinct animals. The lovely Beaverhausen ladies had sent it to my attention because of the animal series at produzentin.com.
As my favourite extinct animal the Tasmanian Tiger (aka Beutelwolf) was featured in the article, I thought I should feature it too. But then, I saw the quagga:
One of only 5 existing pictures of a living quagga (source)
I already hear you saying: produzentin, are you kiddin’ us? This is just an okapi with the stripes on backwards! Or it’s a zorse! Don’t be foolin’ us, please!
Hold on, hold on, dear readers: The quagga is fo’ real. It has a close relation to the zebra, whereas the closest relative to the okapi is the giraffe. We have to get that family tree straightened out, right?
Anyways, the quagga lived in South Africa and is extinct since 1883. But this is not the end of the story. The Quagga Project aims to reproduce the quagga through back breeding of specific zebra stock. I can’t wait for the quagga to come back.