Typhoon Stare

While working at his desk, Hu-Dad felt the uneasy feeling that he was being watched. He turned and realized that he was a victim of the Typhoon stare.

The Typhoon Stare

The Typhoon Stare

First, we want to mention that every photo used in this post is unique. No photo had been duplicated which helps to explain how long the look of disgust can go on for. And, second, Hu-Dad has no clue what offense was committed to cause this look, but something must have upset the Little Prince.

Still not happy.

Still not happy.

Hu-Dad turned back to his busyness on his desk and tried to work, but he kept feeling the eyes bore into his back. Whenever he looked back toward Typhoon, the same look was being given. Can you imagine?

You have displeased the Little Prince.

You have displeased the Little Prince.


  1. Juno's mom on August 15, 2018 at 10:20 am

    It’s funny how you can feel the stares even when you’re not looking at them. I get it from Juno and her kitty brother, Simon. I must stop what I’m doing, ask them what they want and they tell me! Typhoon’s glare is intense.

  2. chris on August 15, 2018 at 10:20 am

    I was going to say the window too. I moved our desk to the window but I made sure there was space for dogs to look out on either side because otherwise I would have offended the doggies.

  3. Terry (+Rory) on August 15, 2018 at 7:17 am

    I think it’s the giant desk blocking the window…
    and then there’s the weather situation ;(

  4. Lori on August 15, 2018 at 7:03 am

    Oh my… I don’t know what you did, Hu-dad, but it needs fixed!!!!

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