By Rob Beschizza at 11:15 am Fri, Dec 30, 2011
Photo: Aly Song, with Reuters
If I’d gotten an armor drop like that in World of Warcraft, I’d still be playing.
That is the most impressive chocolate hat I have seen today! Then again, it’s just past noon.
Whew, someone forgot to trim their eyelashes this morning.
I like to think that, although they’re not usually posted, every day does actually have its own distinctive chocolate hat.
Please tell me this is going to be an actual daily feature on BB. Pleeeeease.
Shouldn’t there be a cake on that flat surface on the top?
OK. I was wondering what today’s chocolate hat would be.
Now we know what the result would be if Willy Wonka and Jack Kirby worked on something together.
Super-hot Chinese Galactus was my first thought!
What are those, Chinese ritual bronzes re-cast in chocolate? I could swear that I saw something like that at the National Palace Museum outside of Taipei, though no one was wearing them on their head.
I thought that she was supposed to be Chocoatlicue.
That’s nothing, you should see my chocolate underwear.
Well. . . it’s not really *chocolate* per se . . . or at least it sure doesn’t taste like chocolate. . . .
Anyone else instantly reminded of Midna from Twilight Princess?
Nah; I much prefer the other chocolate hat.
That’s not a hat. It’s a table.
You can wear it and when hungry, you can eat your hat.
When did we all start being walking (well, sitting) advertisements for Gravatar?
I can just imagine some weird shaved-headed judge with thick framed glasses with no lenses criticising this model for the way she stands while making no mention of how she’s wearing clothing that is seconds away from melting into a puddle of brown liquid under the studio lights.
This is what weird rich people to do with the money they should be donating to worthy charities.
What’s up with these long eye lashes trend/fad?
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