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Thursday, November 18, 2010

Giant Laser-Eyed Kittens Are Going to Take Over San Francisco (Pic)

Posted By on Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 2:03 PM

And their meows are defeaning. - ANDREW DALTON/AGGRESSIVE PANHANDLER
  • Andrew Dalton/Aggressive Panhandler
  • And their meows are defeaning.
Andrew Dalton/Aggressive Panhandler
And their meows are defeaning.
These cute giants are coming for you. There will be no hiding from their telescopic vision. Pink and green lasers will shoot out of their heart-melting eyes, instantly vaporizing dragonflies and other unworthy vermin. Remember: You are nothing but a two-legged, fur-less mouse to these creatures. Their adorableness knows no mercy. Stock up on catnip to barter for your survival, before it's too late.

After the jump, more visual proof of the impending armageddon of cuteness, which was prophesied on the abandoned Harding Theater on Divisadero street, and documented by Andrew Dalton of Agressive Pandhandler.

No catnip. - ANDREW DALTON/AGGRESSIVE PANHANDLER
  • Andrew Dalton/Aggressive Panhandler
  • No catnip.
Andrew Dalton/Aggressive Panhandler
No catnip.
The armageddon of cuteness - ANDREW DALTON/AGGRESSIVE PANHANDLER
  • Andrew Dalton/Aggressive Panhandler
  • The armageddon of cuteness
Andrew Dalton/Aggressive Panhandler
The armageddon of cuteness

[via Agressive Panhandler]

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