Maymo the Lemon Beagle and his little sister Penny went trick-or-treating in their fabulous array of costumes, just like they did last year, but unfortunately wound up with more tricks than treats in their pumpkins. It’s only when they got to the very last “door”, that all their adorable efforts became worth their time.
for successful halloween: change costume 13 times and dont murder the humans when they put grenades in your basket https://t.co/Ntuq9BiCJ3
— Maymo (@maymothedog) October 22, 2014
Children mimic their action figures, if you will. Do you want your kid in an orange jumpsuit?
While the figures were marked for ages 15 and up and sold in the adult action figure section of the store, Toys R Us removed the figures from shelves and their website. In a recent statement, Toys R Us said, “Let’s just say, the action figures have taken an ‘indefinite sabbatical.’” The figures, along with other Breaking Bad toys, are available directly through Mezco Toyz.
"Florida mom petitions against Toys 'R Us over Breaking Bad action figures." I'm so mad, I'm burning my Florida Mom action figure in protest
— Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston) October 20, 2014
photo via Mezco Toyz
Xander Mobus, the voice actor behind the announcer in the video game Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, recently sang a bit of the Pokémon animated television show theme song at the request of a fan after soliciting questions on his YouTube channel.
The original theme song for the sake of comparison:
After finding a few buildings shaped like letters on Google Maps, art director Yousuke Ozawa spent a week scouring Google’s aerial imagery for alphabet buildings. The result: Satellite Fonts, Ozawa’s collection of 26 buildings comprising every letter of the alphabet.
images via Yousuke Ozawa
submitted via Laughing Squid Tips