Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Miss Cellania's Links

The first animal tagged with a satellite tracker was an elk named Monique, and the news media followed her exploits closely.  (via Metafilter)

The Great Deflation: Plastic Surgeons On What's Happening to Famous Faces. (via Digg)

Taking the "No Pants" Joke Seriously. 

Andrew Stephens obstructed a quiz about memorable TV show opening sequences that you might breeze through, or might drive you nuts. If you guess right, the quiz will tell you, but if you are wrong, you'll just have to try again until Stephens adds an answer key -any day now. (via Metafilter)

The Floral Fabric that was Banned. The demand for chintz helped to shape world history, and not for the better. (via Damn Interesting)

24 Of The Funniest Language Jokes And Puns.

Not Even Mark Hamill Has An Explanation For This Star Wars Plot Hole. A plot hole I never knew about.

Trying to catch Simone Biles.

Meet the New Species of Snake Named After Salazar Slytherin of the Harry Potter Franchise.

A blast from the past (2007): The Eiffel Tower: a "truly tragic street lamp."


Andy said...

The Star Wars 'plot hole' isn't difficult at all. No one asked it.

jono said...

The grammar jokes were awesome!

xoxoxoBruce said...

Can't see pictures of the Eiffel tower either.

BlackCrypt said...

Miss Cellania said...

Thanks, BlackCrypt!