Monday, October 26, 2020
English idioms, similes, catch phrases, and colloquialisms make sense if you've heard them all your life, but are pretty nonsensical when you approach them literally. Grant Kolton illustrates some of them for us to highlight the insanity. (via Laughing Squid)
The first 2020 presidential debate was about a month ago, but we still need a translation because of all the interruptions. Bad Lip Reading is here for it, with fake audio that makes much more sense than anything that was actually said that night, as they frame the evening as a game show. (via Uproxx)
Notable Tattoos of 1907. One woman had her husband's will tattooed on her back! (via Strange Company)
The Hidden Meanings Behind 11 Common Tombstone Symbols.
Vanilla Nice. Get your flu shot!
Casa de las Conchas: The House of Shells.
Did Cavemen Ever Really Exist?
A Review of Dunkin's Spicy Ghost Pepper Donut.
A Uniquely 2020 Halloween Costume. She's a Zoom meeting!
Everlasting Arms: The Sustained Power of The Night of the Hunter. The 1955 movie echoes themes of the today's world. (via Digg)
A blast from the past (2016): 17 Movie Posters From a Reddit Fan Favorite.
Sunday, October 25, 2020
"Sit still, kid, we're makin' a video!" Greta seems to think that Lee needs a little grooming. Or maybe a lot. Commenter Auden declared this the result of "Johnson & Johnson No Tears Fancy Feast Child's Tasty Head Shampoo." (via Metafilter)
Congratulations to Kate Beaton, one of my favorite comic artists, on her new family addition!
Everyone has been very good and now she is fed and a little fatter and happy to nap on your lap and has a vet appointment since the neighbours don’t own her pic.twitter.com/aJNAUMJ3NX— Kate Beaton (@beatonna) October 21, 2020