I’m trying to get in the Christmas spirit, but haven’t had much luck lately.
Oddly enough, these geeky little Christmas ornaments may have helped perk up the spirits a bit, considering I have actually had two of them dangle from my own tree.
Yep, Newscoma has the Captain Kirk and Dr. Spock ornaments.
It seems, there are ornaments for all sorts of gamers out there too.
Everything from the old-school NES
to the Wii can dangle from your Douglas Fir.
And who needs fruit cake (even an inflatable fruit cake) when there are sushi ornaments available.
Toxel the full list of 14 unusual Christmas ornaments
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Nom, nom, nom.
The Squirrel Queen loves sushi.
Today (June 18, 2009) is the first Internatonal Sushi Day according to a Facebook group and the Squirrel Queen would love to put some chopsticks into action within the next 24 hours.
However, there is a bit of sushi controversy as the site Sushi Day (which has glorious pics to salivate over, recipes and nutritional info) claims they had the “first International Sushi Day” back in November of 2006.
Time for a sushi showdown.
I think I’ll just sit on the sidelines and order up a roll or two and feed my need for SUSHI.
Although, here in Hoots, that will really call for a roadtrip. Newscoma has already documented the area’s faux sushi a.k.a. ham sushi.
Image credit: Underthebutton.com
We’re closing in on the big scary night of Halloween.
If you haven’t already bought your $1 pair of reading glasses and some hair dillies to do your finest gosh darned Sarah Palin impersonation, you might want to check out the 10 “freshest” costumes I’ve seen in a while.
Here are a couple of samples.
For the rest of the top 10 Sushi costumes, visit Trend Hunter.
Su, Su, Sushi Oh.
That’s my favorite Phil Collins song.
from video.yahoo.com posted with vodpod
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