Wednesday, April 8, 2009

The Most Awesome PEEP Site Ever!!!

If you are even the tiniest bit interested in or amused by peeps, you must click on this link at once! I promise you won't regret it.

You will learn all about the basic science of peeps, and also some important facts about peep health. In addition, the Literature Review contains an excellent set of relevant links that will provide you with additional information about related topics that are pertinent to peep lovers of all ages, including important information about.....TWINKIES!

I am very grateful to My Cat Tom for mentioning this incredible website in the comment section of my previous post. And I must again mention the World's Cutest Peep Post which was presented last week by [F]oxymoron because this topic remains timely for those of us who care, for at least the next four or five days or so. 'Tis the season!

Random Bird Picture

11 comments:

Washington Cube said...

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4555454

Yes. Thank you very much. I am also a walking music encyclopedia.

Washington Cube said...

http://www.nytimes.com/2004/12/24/arts/music/24shor.html?pagewanted=2

Cyndy said...

You are a walking music encyclopedia! Thanks so much for those links - I'll pass them along to the kids in my combo.

Kristin said...

I keep reading this as "The Most Awesome PEEP Show Ever!!!" which casts a whole different light on the marshmallowy treats.

Cyndy said...

Kristin - I know exactly what you're saying, but....it IS a show! And the peeps are the performers.

[F]oxymoron said...

That link is awesome... I remember somebody casually bringing this up in conversation a few years ago, but being lazy, I never investigated. So thank you :)

Twinkie said...

I *heart* Twinkies... so thanks for the link. (Peeps are ok.. but Twinkies ROCK!) **WINK

Cyndy said...

Foxy and Twinkie: You're welcome!

LiLu said...

I love "Peep posts"! I've been finding them all over the interwebs :-)

Happy Weekend!

Barbara said...

This peep show is legit! Happy Spring!

Cyndy said...

I think those birds might be vultures. Isn't it nice that I live in a house where vultures hang out?