Good thing "Tiger" is capitalized, otherwise it could seem like a rather bewildering story purely based on the headline.
The more humanly acceptable version of a mandatory sniff hello between man's best friends.
This is somebody's day-to-day house. They undertook a renovation by keeping the bones of the original structure then applying a rock façade to the front à la medieval castle style. If there were a moat and trojan horse out front instead of a couple Hondas then it might look less Back-To-The-Future-ish.
I'm the first one to help myself to a sausage, and usually I don't eat with my eyes so how it looks isn't as important to me as how it tastes. But I'm going to step away from that comment in this case and say that something about the looks of this just doesn't make me want to stick it on a bun and chow down.
Normally the bane of photographers' efforts, these utility poles composed a rather pleasing perspective in Langley one morning as the mist burned off.
Your BC Hothouse veg came from here, or a place just like this. At least I'm assuming that's what's being grown in the microclimate under those lights. After all, there is some logic to choosing a wise location for a covert activity, but we all know how that grow op at the Molson plant in Barrie turned out.
You have until February 7, 2010 to get your city on the upcoming Monopoly Canada board to be released in Summer 2010. The 20 cities receiving the most votes will get spaces on the board, with the city receiving the most votes becoming the Boardwalk i.e. highest rent property (N.B. from slightly bitter author: shouldn't this just mimic reality and be Vancouver?). At this point the voting looks extremely suspect; does Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu really have the most votes right now, followed by Chatham-Kent? Maybe it's because there's nothing much else to do in those places but play Monopoly. Nonetheless, don't let them win, so click here then vote for your fave.... GO KELOWNA!!
It may not be the South Pacific, but what remains of boggy farmland along 176th Street in Surrey has picturesque moments too, like this one taken out of a car window.
It's comforting that we warn the ants with peanut allergies before we kill them with the poison.
I first thought you had to be at least 18 years of age to be in this aisle because of the "Adult Cereal" label. Would a section label that reads "Cereal" not be enough here? Looking up and down the aisle I noticed that some category manager actually dove down to the minutiae of labeling "Adult Cereal", "Kid Cereal" and, wait for it.... "Family Cereal" sections! What if I'm looking for a box of Count Chocula? Would it be in the adult section because I'm biologically an adult, or in the kid section because it was marketed to kids, or in the family section because both adults and kids like it? I can't figure this out because I didn't have my bowl of Wheaties this morning. I couldn't find what section it was in.