Trying to recreate the turtle/toad/spider meme magic

Thanks to cVillain’s recent link, my blog has seen a 500% spike in traffic. It’s clear that I need to capitalize on this unforeseen fame by following up the turtle/toad/spider picture with something equally awesome. I don’t want to alienate my new fans who enjoyed the cute-tower-of-baby-creatures formula. That formula kicks ass. Why fix something that’s not broken? Therefore I give you the sequels to my triumphant turtle/toad/spider photograph (click on the thumbnails for the larger images):

Pig on Frog on Big Boy

 Pig on Frog on Big Boy

I actually saved these losers from drowning in a bubble bath.


 Pig on Monkey on Chick

Pig on Monkey* on Chick

These doofuses were riding on a skateboard about to go over a cliff, so I rescued them.

*The monkey has not yet mounted the chick, but he is planning to after I wind him up. 


Finally, my chef d’oeuvre:

 Baby on Shark on Creche

Baby on Shark on Nativity Scene

These guys were actually about to perish in a chemical explosion, but I pulled them to safety just in time. The shark has PTSD but is otherwise okay.

8 Thoughts on “Trying to recreate the turtle/toad/spider meme magic

  1. Somehow these have me in mind of KFC’s sadness bowls. Nice art-directing, sister.

  2. What, suddenly it’s “sad” for a 27-year-old woman to spend her afternoon arranging plastic toys on the kitchen table for a photo shoot?

  3. Baby/shark/nativity is AWESOME – HA! : )

  4. I don’t want to be the first to say that you’ve jumped the shark. Oops.

  5. The monkey has not yet mounted the chick, but he is planning to after I wind him up.

    That’s the filthiest thing I’ve read all week.

  6. Anonymous on September 7, 2008 at 2:20 pm said:

    Wait, wait, wait I *know* that frog. And I’m pretty sure the monkey and I met once as well. The creche isn’t looking so familiar though….

    And what’s wrong with rearranging toys? I do it all day and call it housework 😉

  7. If this is who I think it is, tell the kids that their frog is famous!

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