A Twitter user who posts under the pseudonym Psychonautic Express warns that, “The more tense you are during a cat accident, the more injury you will incur.”
I’ll try to remember that the next time it looks like I’m heading for an accident involving a cat.
Life is too short to live with regrets.
— Drizzy (@lDrake_YMCMB) April 25, 2014
You know, I wish I had said that first, because aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa….
“At my nativity the front of heaven was full of fiery shapes, of burning cressets; and at my birth the frame and huge foundation of the earth shaked like a coward.”
William Shakespeare was born 450 years ago today.
Secret identity, schmecret identity. How can you tell who the Lone Ranger, the Phantom, Batman, Daredevil and Green Lantern really are?
Tan lines on the face.
That is all.
When I look at these pants, I am reminded of the many other ways I could have spent $129 sailboats. They look just like an upper-class twit sailboats!
Sign says what?
I figured it out eventually. Enjoy the cold.
The world is an absurd place, but some things are more absurd than others. Here are the most prominent absurdities in today’s news:
The government of China says it’s absurd for the government of Spain to issue arrest warrants for former Chinese leaders over their role abuses in Tibet.
The Unofficial Apple Weblog declares it […]
My springtime mind advises that, if I do not rake the leaves out of my flower beds before snow covers the ground, the spring bulbs may have a difficult time getting enough sunlight to grow well in March. My autumn mind bends down to observe the thin tail of a garter snake disappearing under the […]
One of the following titles is not from a real ethnography. Can you pick the fake study?
Sociable robots, jazz music, and divination: Contingency as a cultural resource for negotiating problems of intentionality.
You Have Dislodged a Boulder: Mothers and Prisoners in the Post Keynesian California Landscape.
Legos, gummy bears and helplessness: Facilitating ethnic identity […]