This is really beautiful. It’s so great to see how the media can be used to make a real difference and bring people and fictional ugly nasty creatures together. I think there’s something in my eye. No, YOU’RE drunk crying at your desk. No, YOU.
In my house this is the sort of joke we tell all the time.
“Can you call me a cab?”
“OK, you’re a cab!”
Or how about this one:
Me: “How do you ask a deaf man if he wants to buy a rabbit?”
Me (SHOUTING really loud in your face): “Do you want to buy a rabbit!?”
Come on. That is comedy gold right there.
Is this Japanese? It’s probably Japanese. Whatever. At 0:50 I died.
The creator, someone named Heather, writes on Bored Panda, “Our tagline is ‘it takes grit, wit, and balls to ride, so show em’ what you got’ – we believe in this and want cyclists to gain better visibility, while bringing a bit of humour to the commute, and diffusing any road tension between disgruntled drivers who don’t like to share the road. We’re encouraging cyclists to feel more confident, people will notice you and your glowing Bike Balls, and you will be safer because they see you!”
They launched a Kickstarter and made their target in three days.
Heather says, “Most people fall into two categories: the ‘Ball-Haters’ and the ‘Ball-Lovers.'”
I guess this proves there are a lot of ball lovers out there.
This is what happens when you put a $10 Ikea print in an an art museum and tell people it’s by a “famous” artist. I think my favourite part is the ending and how good natured they all seem to be about it.
I don’t know what, if anything, this says about the world of high art. People are always trying to discredit something. My husband could probably share some insight, as he’s an art critic, but he’s not home right now.
Here’s a dog *helping his human **cook.
** Pour soy sauce on tofy
You guys! How can you look at a picture of a DRESS!? AND FIND IT INTERESTING!? WHEN THERE ARE BAD THINGS HAPPENING IN THE WORLD!???
Quick, look at this instead.
PARTY ON JAPANESE GUY!
(You’d never know from this post that I am a professional writer and editor. What I should have written is “PARTY ON, JAPANESE GUY!” Because the way I wrote it looks like there is a party on the Japanese guy, and not like I am suggesting he continue his apparently lifelong party, which is actually my intention. Oh, well. It’s too late now. )
Have you seen this yet? It’s six minutes of grandmas smoking weed, snacking, playing board games and making sex jokes. I like the part where they need vocab lessons.
So, you know how Facebook autofills every single stupid thing as a tag, so you’re always like “NO, I DON’T WANT TO TAG BOB, I’M TRYING TO WRITE THE WORD “BORED” GODF*CKINGDAMMITWHATISWRONGWITH YOU!?”
Well, it seems that when grandparents try to type “Grandma” or “Grandpa” it autofills as Grandmaster Flash, and they don’t always catch it, so they wind up sending Facebook messages and signing them “Grandmaster Flash” – which is fitting. Geddit? Geddit? He’s sending a…messsssssage? Geddit?
And now there’s a Tumblr dedicated to the phenomenon, because even though autotagging sucks, the world is awesome.
Checkit. (Via Buzzfeed)
LOL. This is harvested from a gif, I think.
Those poor girls. That poor spider. Ain’t nobody happy. Except me. This is comedy gold.
Keep going for the gif (not sure which is the chicken and which is the egg, though)