That’s a lot of geese.
Pot vending machine needs your drivers license. Dispenses “pot products.” Then this report degenerates into caviar and night crawlers. I dunno.
You’ve already seen this, right?
My husband sent it to me months ago and I was so busy watching it 27 times that I forgot to post it.
Anyway, in case you haven’t seen it…
* I’m kidding. I’m pretty sure Fitty isn’t actually involved here.
Russian photographer Katerina Plotnikova took these surreal pics with the help of animal trainers.
I keep looking at them over and over.
(Via Bored Panda)
Here is a cat named Willie unrolling the toilet paper, then rolling it back up. Because he is tidy and thoughtful.
(Via Laughing Squid)
I wonder if they’re sending out free tubes to bloggers.
Hi! Theodent! Over heeeeeeere! Hi! Hi! Hi!
(Via Digital Journal)
This is a man covered in bees.
She Ping, a beekeeper in Chonhqing, southwest China, apparently did this as a “personal challenge.”
For some of us a “personal challenge” is getting to work on time four days a week, or waiting until seven pm to drink wine. Things mean different things to different people.
She Ping, who is actually breaking his own record for “dude covered in the most bees” here, said he was “hot, suffocating and nervous” and was stung more than 20 times. Which is really not a lot when you think about it.
See more crazy pics at The Guardian!
Because you know how when you listen to Phil Collins’ “In the Air Tonight” and you get to the drum fill you always think “Man, I wish this was a half hour long!”
Here is a mask that turns your dog into a unicorn. Because dogs are boring.
It’s made by Hiroko, and sits on a page amid all kinds of normal style crocheted clothing, which makes it even more amusing. Looks, a sweater! Oh, and a mask that turns your dog into a unicorn, in case you were looking for that too.
I got body painted once and it turned out to be one of the worst things I’ve ever had to endure. Standing still for hoooooooooooours, and hours, and hours. And the paint was icky, then itchy. Then there was a photoshoot (it was for some Canadian fashion magazine. I forget which one). And I think I got paid, like 75 bucks.
So, I doubt this woman is having much fun.
Still, the result is much cooler than mine was. She’s a BIRD!
The artist is Johannes Stotter, “BODYPAINTING WORLD CHAMPION 2012 category brush/sponge.” Did you there was a BODYPAINTING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP (in all caps, no less), and that is has categories???
Stotter also does frogs. And other things. Check out the video below.
(Via The Daily Mail)