Friday, February 26, 2021

Naps



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Gerald McBoingBoing



The animated version of the Dr. Seuss tale from 1951. (via mental_floss)

Tweet of the Day

First, you wonder how he got there, then you wonder how he's going to get down, then you are surprised at the end. (via Fark)

Thursday, February 25, 2021

Pony Ride



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The Gas Hose Incident



She's upset that these guys were following her and trying to get her attention. They just wanted to alert her of the gas hose she's dragging. Real or staged? Yeah, getting this embarrassment on video seems too good to be true, but it's also behavior that doesn't seem too out of the ordinary to have happened somewhere. It reminds me of the movie Trains, Planes, and Automobiles, when a car tried to flag down our heroes going the wrong way on the highway. (via Digg)

Mature



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Vegan Diet



(Thanks WTM!)

Crypto Funk



Legendary musician Bootsy Collins plays his bass while riding a lotus in this animated music video for "Crypto Funk" by Eclectic Method. This digital art was sold at auction for $26,636, so enjoy your free view! (via Laughing Squid)

Moose on the Loose



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Wet Dream



This song by Kip Addotta wins the award for most fish puns per verse! You'll have to either take a bathroom break or get the tartar sauce out by the time it ends.

Tweet of the Day

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Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Drugs in Space!

Chained Uptight



Bill McClintock has a new mashup, fitting Stevie Wonder's early hit "Uptight" into Van Halen's "Unchained."

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Feelings



Cats are so helpful. This comic is from Susie Esse. (via Fark)



Mask Life



(Thanks, Wava!)

The Most Asked Questions by Teenage Girls in the 1960s



Seventeen magazine was targeted toward 13- and 14-year-olds. In the early 1960s, the magazine made a film to answer their questions. You can easily skip the first two minutes of this, and it's almost four minutes in before the questions start. (via Digg)


Miss Cellania's Links

15 Movies, Shows, and Other Things That Were Wildly Different Overseas. You'll want to read the story behind #1.

35 Jokes That Programmers Will Definitely Relate To.

It's Totally Fine To Put Your Windshield Wipers Up When It Snows.

The Once-Classified Tale of Juanita Moody and the Cuban Missile Crisis. Her entire career is fascinating.

Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie had America pegged 25 years ago.

The Great Polio Vaccine Heist of 1959. What did that one guy think he was going to do with 75,000 vials that needed refrigeration? (via Damn Interesting)

I Tracked Down The Girls Who Bullied Me As A Kid. Here’s What They Had To Say. (via Digg)

Before Plymouth Colony and the Pilgrims, There Was Patuxet. Find out what happened to the Massachusetts village.

A Puppy with Six Legs!

A blast from the past (2012): 10 Excellent Bookstore Cats.

Meow



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The Baronton Sisters



The Baronton Sisters were a French juggling act. Here they are performing on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1969. Later, they were banned from IKEA for life. (via Everlasting Blort)