Hasbro Inc. requested in a court filing Monday that a federal judge dismiss the $5 million lawsuit filed by Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner against the toy manufacturer in August, the Associated Press reports. Faulkner alleges that Hasbro appropriated her name and likeness for one of its toy hamster products.
About a week ago, Hello Denizen blew up the tiny-animals-eating-tiny-food section of the internet with a new webseries called Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos. It absolutely delivered on the promise of its title, but it didn't seem like the premise could sustain an entire series. Now someone else has figured out the next step the miniaturized hamster food trend.
Rolo the hamster had quite the adventure over the weekend, apparently. First Rolo fell twelve feet out of a first floor window. Then he (she?) bounced off something called a 'car bonnet,' which sounds painful. And then some fucking cat chased it for a while. Luckily for Rolo, London's finest were standing nearby and on the case.
Princess the hamster has one of the most complicated walking devices Pinky and the Brain ever dreamed to own.
Consider purchasing a synthesizer instead of a treadmill for your hamster and you'll have the coolest discotheque on the block.
OK, so maybe this hamster isn't coked up—in fact, he probably has rabies. But that doesn't take away from the fact that this is a 90-second video of one really pissed off hamster attacking people (and shoes!).
With a little bit of clever video editing, these hamsters start in a 3 x 3 formation and disperse randomly. Then they get their act together and do whatever it is that hamsters in balls do: be really cute.
Never seen a hamster go through an obstacle course? You have now.
Look out, there's a new man's best friend—and this little guy can fit on your desk. Dog bone: check, miniature doggy bed: check, absolutely crippling cuteness: check!
This little hamster is both smart and yearns for freedom. This must be one of the greatest jailbreaks of all time.
This hamster does one back flip. Then another. Then another. Then Another. Then so many that you begin to worry about his health and sanity.
This clever campaign for Drench Water shows hamsters, amped up on water, playing in a band. Watch the extreme cuteness as these little guys nibble on miniature saxaphones, trumpets, and harmonicas. Enough to melt even the coldest of hearts.
As you may have noticed, we have been having some technical difficulties again this morning. Remember those prarie dogs we told you about? Well, in an embarrassing turn of events, we weren't able to get their Visas processed, so we were forced to once again to dip our toes into the difficult world of hamster recruiting. And now that hamsters have been empowered by Hollywood casting directors, it makes our job just that much more difficult. Our thanks to you for bearing with us as we try to get things shipshape...