Under the influence…

…of PANDAS!

Ultimately, we try to understand the ubiquitous appeal of Pandas. Is it their understated and unabashed cuteness that puts us under their spell? Is it their unadorned and unadulterated style that makes them the unanimous choice of untold millions of their fans? Such unassuming bears are uncanny in their unceasing, unbearable cuteness of being.

pandamorphosis illustration

Don’t you just hate it when your refrigerator is infested by…pandas? But it’s really cute, right?

Meanwhile, I’m making a few appearances around the interweb.  You can read my post comparing art to farming over at the blog of The Little Brown Farm (the place on Whidbey to meet all your cheese-y desires).

I’ve also made a recent visit to Cordelia’s Mom, Still, to talk about the inadvisability to use the excuse, but I’m too old, to start something new.

Legalize cake today!  Prevent illicit cuppycake activities.

Going Undercover! (And where did that little panda get that money?

Hang on to your hats, kids, it's gonna be a bumpy ride!

I should have posted this one yesterday, on the day of “T”, but I totally spaced it!

Keep being the bear!
Bob T. Panda

7 thoughts on “Under the influence…

    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Ha ha ha ha! I could kick myself for missing that pun! Thanks for pointing it out. :o)

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  1. aske55

    I thought you did a T day. Wasn’t tsunami painting for T?

    I hear Lun Lun has been very playful with the twins. I haven’t seen Doxie Moms vids yet, but I’m reading the play sessions were a riot. Head butting and chasing…sounds pretty crazy 🙂

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Yes, Tsunami painting was for “T” day, but It seemed a shame to leave “tornados” out. They get kind of grumpy when I do that.
      Anne

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  2. Paul

    I need some advice. I’ve noticed that things appear to be missing from my fridge. Cheese, bread, peanut butter, ice cubes, milk, etc. There always seems to be less than what I remember. Is it possible that I have a Panada infestation and that they are sneeking in at night while I sleep, and munching out on the food in my fridge? Any help you can offer would be greatly appreciated.

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Oh.
      Dear.
      It is obvious to me that you have a serious panda infestation. I suggest contacting out “Panda Removal Squad” here at the Institute for Contemporary Panda Satire, and arrange for a service call to your house. I must warn you that it won’t be cheap to rid yourself of these tenacious creatures. In the meantime, I suggest you buy extra supplies of peanut butt, cuppycakes and microwave popcorn. (The microwave popcorn popping in the microwave will alert you as to when the pandas are present, and then you can call the stand-by panda removal team.)
      Good luck, you are going to need it.

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