Posts Tagged ‘Tiny’
I think I’ll be moving into my own bird house soon. So cute and tiny!
It must be good being a puppy. Everyone thinks your cute, you get a lot of hugs and the whole world revolves around you! But unfortunately not all things in life can be perfect, there have to be obstacles for tiny fluffballs as well and I’ve just found out that these obstacles are called doorsteps!
That’s right, although being tiny definitely has it’s advantages (you never have to bend over to walk underneath something, you won’t get selected as a volunteer out of an audience and you’re always the last one to notice it’s raining.) it has now been proven that there are some disadvantages.. However cute a situation they may bring.
It’s not hard to tell where this cute little cardboard robot got it’s name from.
Boxie is a mobile interactive robotic camera built with the goal of actively capturing stories about its environment and the people within it. It was made by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
From the looks of the people which Boxie has encountered in this video, it seems that most people fall for it’s charms! Wouldn’t you fall in love with such a helpless cute little cardboard creature when you saw it? (I did!!)
I wonder if the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is planning on making more of these adorably cute robots soon?
I go to the grocery store almost every day, but unfortunately I’ve never seen one of these cute hairy brown vegetables called bear cubs there.
I wonder if they are on sale this week? If they are I should go check it out, because they do look adorably cute!
Don’t worry though, I’m not thinking about eating the poor little bear cub. I’d rather hug him all day long, for the rest of its life! (Because that’s what you do with cute things, right?)
I bet this kitten is wondering, why Nyan cat is a square and why it has a rainbow coming out of it’s behind?
I’m wondering the same thing actually.
I probably wouldn’t even have to chew on a baby carrot like this one, in order to have it ending up in my tummy. (And I’m also quite sure nobody would go ”Awww!” at the sight of it)
But I must admit, this little cottontail bunny is doing a good job at getting its veggies to go down!