Chicago chefs cook up some local vegetables and roast three little pigs. [ more › ]
Three little mini-piglets learn how to sit upon command with the encouragement of their human at Petpiggies and a bunch of yummy apple slices. Mini pigs are highly intelligent and can learn many commands faster than dogs. The pet pigs in the video were having their very first lesson, learning to sit down if they […]
WINE WIRE — East Austin wine store East End Wines is profiled by Community Impact, who focus on their small staff and intimate knowledge of their inventory. They also host the Three Little Pigs trailer, and offer wine on their...
She huffs, and she puffs, and she blows our minds. Fran Capo, the world's fastest-talking woman, can recite "The Three Little Pigs" in 15 seconds... Read more: Video, Fastest Talking Woman, Fran Capo Fastest Talker, Fran Capo, World Record Fastest Talker, Guinness World Records, Fastest Talker in the World, Weird News News
Comedienne Fran Capo, the current record holder for being the World’s Fastest Female Talker, demonstrated her verbal prowess to the hosts of the Australian morning show Sunrise in 2009 by reciting “The Three Little Pigs” in an astonishing 15 seconds. Fran demonstrates more of her fast talking to LPE360. via Oddly Central
She huffs, and she puffs, and she blows our minds. Fran Capo, the world's fastest-talking woman, can recite "The Three Little Pigs" in 15 seconds flat. Don't believe us? Check out her skills in the video (above), which LaunchPad Entertainment...Show More Summary
Imagine how big of a dent you could put in your summer reading if you were capable of this?
Watch here as she reads 'The Three Little Pigs' in 15 seconds flat
Fran Capo is the world's fastest-talking woman, according to Guinness. [Video Link]
Children’s Story App, The Three Little Pigs reviewed by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.com I admire Nosy Crow as a children’s book and app publisher, so I grabbed the opportunity to check out their version of The Three Little Pigs recently. Show More Summary
The major message of Jewish history: big tents cannot survive big winds.
Just how many art fairs are taking place this weekend? I’m counting the Dallas Art Fair, Silicon Valley Contemporary, AIPAD, and Art Cologne (featuring NADA Cologne). So nobody's in charge of making sure there’s no overlap in scheduling? [The Internet] Paddy Johnson's artnet column this week tackles the critical GIF. Show More Summary
Four Pigs Soccer is a fun little party game, provided one can rustle up three more piglets to play with. The post Four Pigs Soccer Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Five African Red River Hog piglets were born to a first-time mother pig at Zoo Miami on February 28, 2014. The litter consists of three males and two females and these absolutely adorable little piglets are the first of their species born at the zoo. We are happy to announce the births of 5 African [...]
Cartoonist Joe Wos has raised $3,185 for his picture book, The Three Little Pigsburghers. Wos’ project is a retelling of the “The Three Little Pigs” story that has been translated into “Pittsburghese.” Filmmaker Rick Sebak wrote the the foreword and comedian Jimmy Krenn narrated the audiobook. Show More Summary
Crafted with tremendous care, Three Little Pigs includes stellar claymation that all ages will enjoy. The post Three Little Pigs. The Story Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Oink if you love happy, fairy tale endings. Mindy P., from Save Elephant Foundation, wrote to tell us, “Just before Christmas, a mother pig went into labor and sadly passed away with a number of stillborn piglets. The foundation I work with rescued the only survivors… three little pigs.” (And they just happened to have little pink piggalette […]
Wolves have a terrible public relations problem that dates back many centuries. In old fables, they’re constantly up to no good, stalking Little Red Riding Hood and blowing down the houses of the Three Little Pigs. Their storied reputation might explain why people are quick to put a price on their heads for killing livestock or simply showing their faces. Read full article >>