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The old thread was a long way away and was large anyway, so I'm making a new one to post this:
Baby Professor X
(not my caption. I wish I could come up with ones like that).
Awwwwwwwwwwww his first E TICKET ride..... and no line. I'd be carsful though. Looks like he just ate.
#9 My new desktop! LOVE it. :D Pigs are one of my favorite animals, after cats.
>12 DaynaRT:: Now I'm giggling madly at the issue desk. Fortunately there are no students around. That is awesome!
This needs captioning
This could probably use some captioning, too
Both images come from Vurtov on deviantart.
Please do not throw me out because of the first part of this video; it has some religion content, but it is short. Watch this through to the end.
>19 Rozax: #1: Eyes, Thumper-san, Always look eyes!
#2: You've got to warn me before you have another "wardrobe malfunction"!
#20 that made me laugh! just as well I wasn' t drinking anything at the time.
I hate Windows7 Starter. It won't let me change my desktop image and I would so love to have that dragon and kitty on my desktop.
I totally missed what it was trying to tell me. I got it vice versa stupid me. But now I got it.
(19) #1: "You go hide and I'll count to ten, okay? One...two...three...four...hrair...uh, what comes after hrair?"
#2 "No! Not the carrier! Not the vet!"
41 - While Jon Hamm is *amazingly* handsome, I hope no one thinks of his Mad Men character as ideally romantic...
I'd be pissed if my husband put down the video games...especially if he's playing his cleric and I die from not getting healed.
oh, dang, that did not work the way I typed it! What kind of a incompetent am I? hahahaha
#33 - That picture is bloody hilarious! Twilight fans, that is why I don't like Twilight - your heroine stinks!
For us J.R.R. Tolkien fans, I present how The Lord of the Rings should have ended:
Gimli is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!! That is how it should've ended. ;)
I retaliate by showing everyone Harry Potter in 99 seconds (slight spoilers): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y57sYHIDP_Y
I ended up feeling sorry for the snail. Poor guy, just is not built for speed.
55: No, not very aerodynamic.
In other news, I think we're getting a little carried away with censorship. xD
Originally found here.
Not mine, mind you -- I just thought to "favorite" it when I saw it.
It's very good, no matter who 'did' it.
That's a good site, icanhascheezeburger.com ...
I posted this link in a couple of other groups. It's more of an aww than an LOL.
This is just genius:
Star Wars Uncut
The complete first Star Wars movie recreated by fans in 15 second chunks. There's live action footage, animation, action figures...
Talk about an instigating crow, watch this:
From an email:
Please share with all your girlfriends. I don't know WHY I didn't figure this out sooner!!!!!
I use shampoo in the shower! When I wash my hair, the shampoo runs down my whole body, and printed very clearly on the shampoo label is this warning, "FOR EXTRA VOLUME AND BODY."
No wonder I have been gaining weight!!!
Well! I have gotten rid of that shampoo and I am going to start using Dawn dish soap instead. Its label reads, "DISSOLVES FAT THAT IS OTHERWISE DIFFICULT TO REMOVE."
Problem solved! If I don't answer the phone . . . I'll be in the shower!
Reminds me of this joke: “How come when you mix water and flour together you get glue...and then you add eggs and sugar and you get cake? Where does the glue go?”
Which can kinda lead to this awesome image:
If you're the parent of a teenager, you might appreciate this video, from The Onion:
As yes, I remember it well...
Famous works of art improved by cats:
80: Alas, I do not know what we can do about second-hand ignorance.
81: Much improved.
82: Wow. I...I never knew...
Sheep-herding bunny: http://io9.com/5880303/the-babe-of-bunnies-rabbit-herds-sheep-around-the-farm
I know!! There's so much attitude packed into that tiny little form.
This is a pretty long one, Game of Thrones isn't really my cup of tea, but this is rather amusing:
Or... you could just buy it on DVD from Amazon, then wait a few days for it to deliver. :D
Oh, I love that - although it took me a minute to figure it out!
I wonder who would be more horrified by this: Jane or Jayne?
That is the most awesome thing I've seen all day! And truth be told, I've seen some pretty awesome things today.
Great picture, tardis!
And Northern_Star Jane or Jayne being more horrifed definitely should rate a best-comment-of-the-week (or maybe year!) award!!!!!!!!!
I don't get it. I'm digging the guns, but I don't get the Jane Austen/Jayne Austin connection. I have no idea who Jayne Austin is. :(
Looked it up. A mashup of Jane Austen and Jayne from Firefly.
The hats are "Jayne hats" from Firefly.
Ah! I see. I've only heard mentions of the TV show's name, so that's why I didn't get it. Thank you, Mary!
I think it's funny... and I'm going to share it with a friend who's a big Jane Austen fan. :)
ah! The joys of being left in the dust of popular culture. Jane Austin : check; Firefly: nope; hats from firefly: nope; guns: obvious.
There should be a warning on this thread not to imbibe liquids while reading - sample below, perhaps someone can improve on the wording:
(WARNING - ingesting liquids while reading this thread may result in inhaling the liquids and snorting them out your nose!)
Oh dear - 91 and 100, in TEARS laughing so hard. (snort!)
and I NEVER look at these threads with anything liquid ANYWHERE within reach, period....
These threads really truly ought to have 'Spray Alert' in the thread title....
Under the category of "do I laugh, or do I cry?"...
The assignment (4th Grade); Caldecott Award books. Each student selects a book,reads it, and fills out a short (easy) worksheet. Who is the author, the illustrator; what year did it win the award, and what medium can you guess the illustrator used. Since we don't have art, if they answered anything at all, they got credit. (I did explain what medium was)
Here is the question exactly on the worksheet:
What medium(s) did the illustrator use (for example: pen, pencil, paint, collage, etc.)?
Jake's answer: They used etc.
Guess I should have explained what etc. is.
BTW, it made me laugh loud enough that students in the library noticed. Oh, and I gave Jake credit for the answer.
I like that, 'etc'.
Reminds me of the old line, "Repeat after me, 'I, state your name...' "
"I, state your name..."
"What the hell are you worried about? This is 1874, you'd be able to sue her!"
And, like the 'python-ists', the 'brooks-ists' make an appearance from time to time...and the younger set look puzzled and shake their heads in confusion...
Try this one:
"It's a myth, myth!"
Girl pokes her head around the doorway, "Yes?"
Name that movie...if you can...
I don't know the movie, unfortunately, although I am far too knowledgeable in the "Python-ist" department. I am such a nerd.
Ah! Kermit. I've never liked the Muppets much, so that's why I didn't know it immediately.
Not like the Muppets!
You might as well announce that you don't like Monty Python....
Twenty five most awkward cat sleeping positions:
(some day I'll learn to do a link--oh wait, my cat can do that......)
>120 streamsong:: Thank you, that had me LOLing at my desk! Awesome kittehs.
I guess with this many people in the pub, Rosie had to hire some help.
Morphy, you have some explaining to do...
... like why you went for such a lo-tech plan!
#124: I love his perfect pedicure. Really matches what I thought his feet would look like! :D
And Chuck Norris will wear his knitted sweater if he knows what's good for him!
I'm glad I wasn't drinking when I opened this thread! He really does look a bit like an otter!
Hmm... makes me think he'd make a good Seregil.
Benedict Cumberbatch has everything: that voice, that face, that name... and he just oozes cool, doesn't he? ;) I think he'd make a perfect Master, and the Internet apparently agrees.
Rozax: I'm sorry, please remember to refrain from drinking any liquid when opening this thread. Forewarned is forearmed and all... :D
Here's another one.
Someone showed me this video today:
I love the ending!
#148 Oh, she'd better! ;D
And the caption: Sherlotter & Hedgejohn.
I just have to say: every time I open this thread I am treated to about a second and a half of that adorable baby spinning around on the Roomba. And every time, I smile.
I love opening this thread.
I guess spring cleaning has gotten to my head. Don't worry, I'm doing much better after that episode. ^_^
That's true. I was thinking the exact same thing when I uploaded this pic but maybe you can place 10 of these shelves next to each other...or put one in every room of your house :p
*in love* I'm stealing the picture to post it on my Tumblr book blog... :)
That reminds me - if the stage version of War Horse goes to Paris, will they call it Hors de Combat?
(Sorry - couldn't resist ...!)
I love the ponies, too! Even more than the 4 year old does. (-;
Your resistance can hold out only so long. I know this from experience. I tried extremely hard to hate MLP, but for some reason, I just kept watching, fascinated and horrified at the same time.
Next thing you know, I'm a 100% member of the Herd. And proud of it!
Oh, and by the way, Rozax, I was totally laughing at the Fluttershy clip of "YOU ARE GOING TO LOVE ME!" Probably my favorite Fluttershy moment. Closely followed by when she had that super deep voice and recited Pinkie's song!
How nice of the cat to turn out the light and give the one in the background a little privacy. ;-)
I think it would be fun to ride bike in Bulgaria!
(175) Ha! That's great!
My cat Java used to leap up like that, but not that high...he liked to jump up to 'tag' your hand if you had it leaning on the wall/doorjam. Even when he had broken his leg, he still would leap up, cast and all.
I've got pictures on my computer at home of him doing that...I'll try to find 'em. :)
And speaking of highly skilled cats (175) showing off with a limb in a cast (180)...
(181) Ack! Good thing I didn't have a mouthful of coffee when I saw that!
My cat broke his front leg. I also have a picture of him in my filing cabinet drawer...and you can see the cast as well. Idiot (she said, lovingly).
And this kitty didn't just figure out how to get under the door, he/she nailed the "ta-da!" at the end.
Well, that narrows the scope of HOW she got the broken leg.
ETA: Unless, of course, she's a he. Then it narrows the scope of how he broke his leg.
My husband posted this at work when they had to take their website offline for updates.
Muzy is down
Well, poor user-base. Muzy is the company's website - a creative blogging site - and a good way to burn upwards of a half hour. ^_^
I'm so sympathizing with this right now. The neighbor's kid has been squalling for hours.
I hope my outlook will be the same as his a few decades down the road.
very funny! but all too true. You should see what star wars does to the knee biters
Wonderful! This is only a long-time coming. Tragic that many cartoonists would not have thought to put a weapon in her hands prior to Hunger Games.
Call me morbid, but this made me laugh. I hope we see academic deflation in the near future.
#201 - I snickered, too, so I'll join you in your morbid musings. :) It's a pretty true cartoon, though...
Oh, and here's something for you, Rozax, and any other Nostalgia Critic and Chick fans out there: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Doug-Walker/127127037353766?sk=photos#!/photo.php?...
#204 Dr. Who, House, Star Trek (recent movie). I only knew the Star Trek one because you gave it away in another thread! :D
*le sigh* I'll be more tricksy next time! :p
I actually pieced the picture together as a result of the conversation.
This picture made me laugh. It accompanied an article drawing parallels between the series Downton Abbey and Battlestar Galactica.
You can find and enjoy the whole article here.
(209) MrsLee, I once went to a Gyn doc whose name was (and I kid you not), "Dr. Handler".
I had a teacher at college called Mr. Fiddler. He taught book-keeping.
Met a school teacher once named, for real, Mrs. Hoar. I forget what the school decided to call her but it was not her name. Mrs. Patty or something like that, no doubt.
In Queen Victoria's Glorious Days there was a curator of Durban Botanic Garden who rejoiced in the name of Mr Plant. Sadly, he died of blackwater fever on his first field trip.
PS. one of his successors was the redoubtable John Medley WOOD.
I once met an outside sales manager called Mr. M. Goodsell. He left the company soon after though... I didn't even ask the reason, my bad.
Added his first name initial letter. My colleague and I laughed that if his name was Moore, it would have been funnier.
We have a urologist in town named Dr. Fawcet, and my husband knew of one in the Bay Area (30 years ago) named Dr. Winkleman.
#221 - As a MRS then both she and her husband are cracked. I don't care if you are a man, woman, or other, that's a name you leave at the alter. It's like my roommate whose surname was (might still be) Knippel. It may be fine in the country of origin (my roommate is all-American), but in English speaking countries, these are not good names. o_O
I had a student teacher in high school named was Ms Hogg. She was a very sweet person.
I've known two women (unrelated) whose last name was Knippel. They both pronounced the K. One was a school nurse, the other a librarian.
My in-laws have a distant relative that was a butcher and their last name was Skinner.
I was in a hospital once, when they paged a "Dr. Nurse" on the intercom.
Not nominative determinism, but many years ago, we used a vet called Mr P Nutt, whose wife was called Hazel. And I was just delighted to encounter a GP surgery which boasted a Dr Love and a Dr Honeybun ...
When I once worked at an insurance company, I saw a license for a Seymour Pecker.
There used to be a firm of undertakers (funeral parlour) in Cape Town, called Human and Pitt.
PS: The first is a not-uncommon Afrikaans surname, also found in the publishers, Human & Rousseau.
I had a dentist named Dr. Hertz, and a physician named Dr. Oo, which sounds like a Cockney's favorite TV show.
We had a neighbor on an army base back in the 70's; his rank was Sergeant Major. His first name was Major. So his name was Sergeant Major Major Smith.
At the hospital where I work there is a Gynecologist named Dr. Grabb and a Urologist named Dr. Wong.
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