Little Kaylee huffs and she puffs, but she doesn’t seem to be able to blow a candle out. So intense (and adorable) are Kaylee’s attempts at fire extinguishing that her mom worries the curly-haired youngster will pass out from lack of breath.
There is no doubt that the word “cougar” has undergone a metamorphosis over the last few decades — no longer just meaning a “a large American wild cat with a plain tawny to grayish coat,” it now also suggests a whole different kind of animal — usually a Chardonnay-drinking woman of a certain age on the prowl for younger man meat.
There have been some pretty memorable television catchphrases, from ‘Dragnet’s’ “Just the facts, ma’am” to ‘South Park’s’ “Oh my God, They Killed Kenny!” But perhaps the small screen’s most famous — and certainly its most uttered — catchphrase is actually more grunt than phrase.
While his non-pirate movies might not always be big hits, Johnny Depp is certainly a big hit with the public, as evidenced by the fact that he captured the title of “America’s favorite actor” for the second year in a row.
This little pup really appreciates feeding time, and when he goes over to his bowl and begins to chow down he becomes so excited his hind legs pop up in the air in a way that has to be seen to be believed.
Sometimes a TV character will fire off a line of dialogue that is so good you find yourself quoting it the next day. The Huffington Post’s TV critic Maureen Ryan has compiled a list of her 11 most memorable TV lines of 2011, which includes remarks from the likes of ‘Parks and Recreation’s’ Ron Swanson, ‘The Office’ cut-up Jim Halpert, and ‘Breaking Bad’s’ meth-dealing teacher Walter White.
Just like us humans are fascinated by the behavior of animals, and enjoy interacting with our furry friends when we have the opportunity, some animals display similar curiosities toward other species in the animal kingdom.
Our nine favorite inter-species animal videos of 2011 are below.
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