I sometimes think that dogs divide the world into three categories: food, not food and potential sources of food. Yes, if you own a dog, then you’re in the last category. Now dogs being dogs start with the assumption that everything is food or a source for food, until proven otherwise. And, judging from these pictures, that includes bees….my personal favourite is…well, actually how almost all the dogs look a mix of really weird and guilty, like they think they’ve done something wrong…and not sure exactly what that something is…
Fins are weird. Take it from a Scandinavian…there’s are good reason we only include them in the Nordic countries….and that’s because they’re weird. It’s a country where you find the wife race, The Leningrad Cowboys, a gazillion lakes, and where it’s actually entirely legal to be called things like Mika Häkkinen. Oh, and the music. Apart from Leningrad Cowboys, they have bands like the guys below…
The mashup genre has long since moved from music into other arts, including films. Here are a couple of sort movie trailers, showing what would happen if Transformers director Michael Bay was allowed to re-imagine the animated film UP, and what happens if you mash the popular animation Frozen (Oh God, will you please stop singing THAT song!) with 50 Shades of Grey.
What is says on the tin - and it’s hilarious :-)
I do love The Onoin. And the spoof news site has seldom got it more right on than this two minute piece about live TV news :-)
Nicholas Cage is nothing if not prolific. Just take a look at the actor’s official IMDb page.
And that’s not even half of it. Here’s the photographic evidence that Nicolas Cage has actually played a variety of much loved roles that you weren’t even aware of. And below is video evidence that he is actually a clone.
And the clone footage:
Not sure if this is the best engineer dad ever:
You probably wouldn’t know what the graph for sqrt(cos(x))*cos(300x)+sqrt(abs(x))-0.7)*(4-x*x)^0.01, sqrt(6-x^2), -sqrt(6-x^2) from -4.5 to 4.5 looks like, unless you had already seen it.
If you can visualise it, you might find yourself hummming the soundtrack to ‘A Beautiful Mind’ a lot…and you either need help or have a really big contract with Google or NASA.
Anyway, the graph looks like this: