Gavin Aung Than turned Bill Watterson’s 1990 speech at Kenyon College into an illustrated story, styled similarly to Calvin and Hobbes, and calls this „the story of his life“.
NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain, who would’ve celebrated his 77th birthday yesterday, was definitely impossible to miss in school. Wilt was standing way above everybody else’s heads when he was back in 4th grade already. Can you spot him?
To mock the trend of photographing legs in front of a pool or on a beach, Hot Dog Legs Tumblr blog started taking pictures of hot dogs, which actually look a lot like tanned legs! Take a look at the pictures below and try to guess – hot dogs or legs?
Blogger Michael M calls things as they are, and when he first thought that “bass players who use their fingers as opposed to a pick look like they’re tickling hairy dogs”, his imagination just took off with it. Michael succumbed into a “completely pointless hobby” of photo-shoping different dogs into the hands of bass players.
The “Bass Dogs” image series are not even intended to look the least bit professional – in some of them, you can still actually see the bass guitars, and Michael says that’s exactly his favorite bit. Seeing how much people liked his “Bass Dog” series, and how empty his life is, Michael doesn’t reject a possibility that the “Bass Cats” could follow.
That’s the kind of friend you’d hate as a teenager: meet Tina S, insanely talented 14-year-old, who shows off her crazy guitar skills by playing Vivaldi’s “Presto,” the third movement in “Summer” concerto from “The Four Seasons”. Gives you goosebumps!
This poor raccoon has lost its hair over the course of a few months, and now looks like a new species.
British chocolate makers have created a line of luxury chocolates called “Edible Anus” that are crafted from the ass of a “stunning butt model.”
Mathew Clark created a short movie, where he reenacts an actual conversation with this 2-year-old daughter – only the girl is played by another grow-up man.
Last month, when Matt Groening’s mother Margaret passed away, her obituary revealed many secrects about how the Simpsons’ characters got their names.