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The plot is just as thin as it was in 1994, with Kong and his sidekick Diddy on a mission to retrieve their massive banana horde stolen by the googly-eyed Tik Tak Tribe.
I mean, howelse can you possibly please someone who spends all year hunting for Georgian toddy lifters, googly-eyed dolls or Dinky cars?
It also evokes the quirky aura of Ray Johnson and his googly-eyed bunny mascot.
It's not really about sleeping with your mother or going googly-eyed over a goat or being president and getting blow jobs from an intern.
Cullum, the googly-eyed actor who brought his ingenuous, disarming brand of good humor and expressive physical shtick to last summer's Getty Center production of Frank Dwyer's ``The Affliction of Glory: A Comedy About Tragedy.
Even the news has its light side with the googly-eyed News Bunny being a permanent fixture, lurking in the background behind the newsreader and making wild gesticulations as she delivers the news.
From spooky motifs of ghosts and goblins to quirky designs featuring googly-eyed monsters, Tiny Prints Halloween invitations are the perfect start to any fright night event.
The campaign again uses two popular and child-friendly characters to showcase and share our messages: Boots and Brewster - a caped, cuddly bear and a googly-eyed teapot.
No need to go googly-eyed about things, Taurus, break the cycle, refuse to participate.
The blue, googly-eyed Cookie Monster, with his signature gobble "om nom nom nom", was originally designed by Jim Henson for use in commercials for General Foods International and Frito-Lay.
Those colors are definitely to be found in Scarfe's designs, his tippy tin-roofed chicken shacks filled with zany, googly-eyed roosters.
LOS ANGELES, March 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Prepare to go Batty over bat embryos and loony over Googly-eyed snails.
Metal and mechanical toys included a fur-covered shop window display pair of climbing cats at pounds 100 and a tinplate snap toy of a googly-eyed 1930s child jumping off a chamber pot that concealed a mouse at pounds 140.
A German-made teddy bear and doll are both expected to fetch around pounds 500 each and a googly-eyed bisque character doll, also German, is valued at pounds 300 to pounds 400.