Hey mom, I'm still playing with my food!

Here are some really artsy Oreos where I think someone had a little too much time on their hands to be playing with the delicious cream filling. Next, who doesn't love to play with their food and sculpt it to these impressive food figures? Finally, here's a guy who looooooves his vegitables, and turns them into stunning works of art Carl Warner calls, "Foodscapes". Next time you or your kids are poking around their peas and carrots or mashed potatoes, might want to let them finish and see what they could come up with!

Pygmy visits the Flintstones Bedrock City!

Flintstones Fantasies come alive in this modern Stone-Age setting of fun-filled buildings and play areas. Tour Fred's Bedrock City. Ride the Flintmobile and Iron Horse Train. See Mount Rockmore and enjoy the new Flintstone Trio Show. Then romp on the playground's Slideasaurus. -http://www.flintstonesbedrockcity.com/
Sounds pretty cheesy and fun, two of the 3 qualities a Pygmy looks for in visiting a place (the other one would be amazing, of course.) So lets get to the pictures and report of my visit to Custer, SD to go hang out with Fred and Barney at Bedrock City!

It's not easy being green

So I'm playing Disney Trivia, featured on this chat room every Tuesday night at 9pm EST (Be there, tell 'em Pygmy sent you!) and one of the players mentioned about this guy who works at Disney that is devilishly handsome, quick witted and funny, and has a killer smile, and wears green. Wait a sec, does this girl know she's talking about me? Have we met before? I am freaking out right about now, up until when she gives a link to a video featuring this man of many talents.

This is the video posted in the chat room. Go ahead, watch it. I'll wait . . .

So did you see the video? Was he devilishly handsome, quick with the wit and charm, and was he wearing green? Why yes, of course! But we didn't mention anything about the jungle, and never did I think that Peter Pan would be so popular. Really, c'mon now, he's just a grown up dude with some serious issues that we'd like to call the Michael Jackson syndrome and thinks he's still a kid. Not just any kid, but a kid that plays with swords and fights pirates, and makes out with mermaids and indian girls. Ok, maybe this guy hasn't lost his marbles, but that's beside the point. How the heck does this guy get so popular? How does he have so many videos? I'd like to have random girls come up and ask me to marry them, but that never happens. Usually, if they do talk to me, it's to get me to stop telling my lame jokes or they'll mention if I have something in my nose, that's it.

After watching several of these videos with this guy flirting with all those girls, even Alice, I've noticed something . . . I need a hat with a feather in it. Then the ladies will like me, and I'll finally get some mermaid action.

The way baseball should be

I'm just about done with revising my icons, banner, and even added a favicon! Here's some just as fun and exciting as all my new little updates, baseball videos!

Here's an article with video about Ben Revere of the Twins who turns a trip into an awesome somersault. Think that's pretty cool? Check out this awesome first pitch!

Have anything cool or fun that you'd like me to share? Email me or comment below! Pygmy out.

The "Dark Side" of the Jungle.

Tell us the true "Dark Side" of the Jungle Cruise. I've heard it often is likened to "Apocolypse Now" but much like its star Charlie Sheen it is in a current phase of spotlight confusion. can you tell us any tales from the river?

Not quite sure what story you're looking for here, so I'll just tell you about this one story about how we skippers get a little bit crazy as soon as the sun sets. Right by Schweitzer Falls is the only point in the Jungle where you can see another boat on the river (besides the dock.) Some nights it gets slow in the jungle, and to keep the boats cycling through, we'd send a dead boat through and the skipper behind the wheel gets a nice 10 minute break. Some times, the skipper of said dead boat plays it literally and stops their boat at the Falls and plays dead as he lays limp hanging over the side with the gun in his hand, hoping that the next boat notices and catches that skipper off guard. Other nights, we'd have a dual with the guns and one of us would fake a death. I've even heard this bit gets really complex when we get our skiff out and have one of them pose as the Jungle PD and he clocked us at a whopping 5 MPH when the speed limit is obviously 3 MPH. "Sir, I need you to step out of your vessel, and we'll take your boat back to the dock to unload these passengers and then take the boat to our office." And the fake cop will then take over ala Great Movie Ride, and our fearless skip manages to steal the boat back in the temple scene and kicks the cop out. The things they used to do back then, no wonder why they always call them "the good 'ol days."

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