Why would my dolls want to eat what an owl already has?
This is kind of pushing the “make-believe” envelope a little much.
Awwwww, it’s almost adorable. In the same way this poor little guy almost kicks the ball.
Take ‘im out, coach. He’s had a few too many blows to the head.
I can’t wait ’til the butterfly comes out!!
LACES OUT, DAN!!!!!!!!!
Or, save yourself $2 and just find that tater tot that rolled under the fridge.
I was wondering where my Cheeto had gotten to. I guess I should be glad it’s out there contributing to the economy.
You know what they say: “One man’s trash is another man’s terrible fake dollhouse-baguette.”
I thought they say “One mans felted doll house baguette is another moth’s chrysalis”
It languished in a state of unemployment under the couch, renting itself out to hair and bacteria just to get by. Only after that ant carried it outside and the wind blew it to the crafter’s house was it able to realize its full potential.
Fate’s a beautiful and mysterious thing, isn’t it?
“HAAAKKK HAAKK HAAAKK blegh!” (thinks: KaChing!!)
Obviously a reseller. There’s no way ONE person could craft something so lifelike.
Obviously. Someone’s buying in Hippie dreads in bulk and just cutting them up. Makes me sick!
It’s probably “Eccchhalogica Malibu”. They’ve got a whole factory in Indonesia full of cats hwarking up these.
Having their hairball jobs outsourced is what lazy American cats get for joining unions and demanding healthcare and fancy feasts. A developing world cat will shed the same amount of fur but live on bugs, mice and whatever you don’t keep a close eye on.
..Or have you ever been so high you’ve rolled a carpet-fluff spliff?
“I make each item myself, by hand, with love!”
Well that may be true for your other products but, come on, give your cat this credit he’s due.
WHAT THE HELL IS THAT?
Is that part of a praying mantis that got shit-out?
That, my non-cat owning friend, is a hairball thrown up by a cat, likely in a place where it’s owner commonly puts their foot in the morning right after waking up. This is all part of the plan you see.
And THIS, among many others, is a very large reason I am a dog person!
Mine just spit them right on the bedspread. But our cats are all grey, black, and combinations there of, so they’re not as GROSS as THAT ONE. [blearghhhh!]
Omg I thought my cat was the only one… I have yet to find a hair all anywhere but on my bed. Nothing like jumping in bed and sticking your hand in a cold pile of cat gag.
Ball, too. Darn ipad keyboard
looks like a demented rabbit’s foot. All that’s missing is the keychain.
I think I can actually smell that.
I normally like to see a well-lit, perfectly-focused, and skillfully composed photograph but…
Suddenly that hairball mini baguette doesn’t look so bad, does it?
Maybe the photographer should set up shop at etsy?
This reminds me of that Mythbusters episode where they gather all the ear wax.
And made a candle with it! I’m pretty sure they all threw up when they lit it and smelled it burning.
Thank GOD I missed that episode.
Yeah. It was disgusting.
out of curiosity, what myth was being busted/confirmed? Burned Earwax Smells Disgusting?
Can you make a candle out of earwax, as seen in that cinematic paragon of rigorous adherence to reality; Shrek?
wow… they’re really reaching there.
Even the Discovery Channel has to budget these days and they blew up the C4 budget.
This isn’t so bad – I’m actually beginning to lichen it
The look of wonder on a little girl’s face as 600 baby spiders come swarming out of that cocoon into her dollhouse and all over her bedroom will be priceless. A loving parent will want to have a video camera cued up and ready to go at a moment’s notice.
Hopefully she doesn’t eat it. They’d have an “Alien” situation on their hands.
Something about the vivid mental picture I’m getting is making me SO happy. I’m a horrible person.
They sell these at Au Mal Pain.
I’ve seen them at Woolworthless too.
I’ve seen them at Taco Bell too, but there’s nothing funny about that.
Sweet! This is the perfect accessory for my Crazy Cat Lady Barbie! Thanks, Etsy!
Seriously though, it’s like they’re all playing some insane, deranged game of Props from “Who’s Line is it Anyway?” over there.
This, THIS sort of thing is what makes us fiber-artist types sob quietly to ourselves over the keyboard. There’s lots of really good felt art out there, but when you tell someone you’re a “fiber artist’ they imagine some horrible hairball-thing and back away slowly, trying to hide their revulsion. Even if you try to explain you’re not trying to make cat-hair sculptures or dog hair sweaters, they never really believe you.
Etsy has done for “felt” what Hitler did for the narrow mustache.
Amazingly, Charlie Chaplin is really pissed off about BOTH things.
All those years my cats spent hocking these things up, and I just threw them away, I WAS SITTING ON A GOLD MINE!
Don’t be hatin’, guys. I actually tried to make the old dollhouse in my grandma’s house into a ghost house once; this would have been an ideal prop for the Festering Hundred-Year-Old Dinner scene.
Somehow “furry ” and “baguette ” do not go together in my mind. Not in an appetizing way anyhow.
Looks as though someone’s cat pinched out that loaf
I knew I was throwing out a fortune every time I emptied out the dryer lint.
It says on the seller’s profile that they’re only 11. The other stuff in the shop is OK for a kid.
“Felted mini Baguette” Really? Looks more like is should be “Felted mini cat turd”
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