Dogs are crazy when it comes to farts. Half of them fart and get confused by what came out of their bottom and half of them fart and run away to leave you with the stench. But then there’s Rain, who simply hears a fart machine and suddenly thinks he is the culprit, though he just doesn’t understand since he didn’t feel anything come out from back there.
Hey, at least he’s not the one doing it and unlike a lot of humans, he doesn’t try to hide it.
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What’s sexier than Burt Reynolds? How about a nude Burt Reynolds on a delicious eclair? It’s like a hairy and sweet dream. This tasty treat is a creation of Lou Lou P’s Delights in Leeds and features not just any iconic image of Burt Reynolds, but his famous Cosmopolitan centerfold from the 70s.
By the way, that centerfold pretty much made Burt into a household name and launched Cosmo into a whole new realm of women’s publishing. You can learn more about the infamous photo in this great BBC article, but personally, I’d rather just eat Lou Lou P’s eclair.
You probably thought Breaking Bad was the story of a chemistry teacher who turns to cooking meth in order to provide for his family after he dies from cancer. As it turns out though, the show was really just a really dark Malcolm in the Middle spin off show.
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This kitten is just too concerned about safety. She just can’t stand that her careless owner keeps sticking his arm out the window. Doesn’t he know that fall would hurt? He’s lucky she’s here to protect him from himself.
What do bears do when they think no one is watching? They go out on jetskis, of course! After all, camping is only fun for a little while…after that, you need something else to entertain you.
What happens when you replace Logan’s angst and anger with neurotic mumbling? You get Woody Allen’s version of Wolverine.
Something tells me this film wouldn’t do nearly as well as the blockbuster version that’s out right now.
Via The Mary Sue
Luckily, like any good mama, this cat still loves her babies, even if they are a bit feathery.
It’s like the old cartoon gag where the everyone in a neighborhood pulls away the welcome mat to avoid strangers coming to the door, only a furrier, cuter version.
The hero’s journey is a time-tested theory of what makes a good story, whether for a movie, novel or play. While plenty of people have written about and tried to teach the concept, only now have puppets been included in the process, making it easier to absorb the information than ever.
Come on, everyone knows the book was better! But then, the book is always better, isn’t it?