January 4, 2011
I think this cat is on Vicodin. Seriously, I can't tell if the cat is in a profound state of transcendental ecstasy or silently seething with rage. Depending on which it is, the rubber ducky is either adorable or menacing.
He would make the perfect spokesperson for a brand of Asian ginger dressing.
Handmade, bootleg action figures with a snotty satirical bent. Their catchphrase is "If you buy this, you're an asshole." I can't wait to get my hands on Anus Head. He'll look great next to my Gay Boba Fett. Fortunately, Suckadelic has an upcoming art show where Anus Head will have my hands gotten upon him.
Last week, Jack made some lofty claims about finding the single best Princess Leia costume of all time, so I decided to crunch some numbers to see how Star Wars cosplayers stacked up to other cosplayers. This is science. I'm doing science here.
This is so cute that it almost physically hurts.
Put aside all other "how to" manuals; this one satisfies many appetites!
It's amazing how a few poorly chosen words can turn an innocent children's toy into a gift bag handed out at NAMBLA conventions. Bikini Bottom, for those of you who don't have kids or aren't high, is the name of the underwater city where SpongeBob lives. Thank God the toy company didn't mention his summer home in the hamlet of Vajazzle.
Grandma isn’t always just grandma. Just like Blanche from the Golden Girls these grandmas aren’t afraid to flaunt what they've got.
It's pretty bootleg.
Cool boot trend! They're called "las botas mas picudas" and they're all the rage in Mexico.
A KFC employee does not take kindly to being recorded. I'd also be upset if I had to make Double Downs for drunk people with Flip cams.
A colorful gallery of "in stereo" banners taken from vintage LPs.
Today the internet changed forever.
This is how your favorite superheroes may look after spending the holidays feasting. I guess we know what their number one resolution for 2011 is. And if it’s not, it should be.
Just little snapshots of life, ranging from the mundane to the totally bizarre.
2010 was a good year for ostentatiously thick novels, but can can any of them stop a bullet?
It’s hard to ignore the headlines with the news that Facebook has raised $500 million from Goldman Sachs and Digital Sky Technologies at a $50 billion valuation. It’s also rumored that the social network plans to raise another $1.5 billion through a special purpose vehicle that Goldman Sachs will be setting up. This has raised a lot of eyebrows and the questions are flying.
Rebel sled dog heard about the human sport of "dog sledding."
James Bond is a man that has more cars than you ever will. So many, in fact, that there is an entire infographic dedicated to them!
It's in big trouble, but it doesn't fit into anyone's storyline.