I don’t know which way of interpreting that look in the last gif is better - as a ‘does that mean we are going to’, ‘is it just the two of us’, or ‘should we tell them about that one time’
The greatest thing about this is that actual siblings exchange that look. My sister and I have done that when told we look alike because we don’t think we do at all.
Ladies, I’m Crichfield Baja Blast. Someone order a pizza?
I’m Hawthorne “Big K” Peach, and I’m here to clean your pipes.
Straub “Cherry” RC.
Huh. That worked better than other versions I’ve seen (one of which was the street you lived on as a child plus your first pet’s name - that made me U. S. Highway 68 Buddy)
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Ever since I sent in that bit about wanting Frozen to feature a cast of Indigenous Arctic characters, I’ve been imagining in my head what it might look like. I came across this episode from Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child, an old show that retold classic fairy tales through different cultural perspectives. This version of The Snow Queen featured Inuit characters with the original girl-saves-boy story. Plus, the Snow Queen is voiced by Eartha Kitt!
Did you know that there was a TV cartoon of the Snow Queen with Eartha Kitt voicing the title character and all human roles played by Iniut? You do now.
Wildest Things in the World - A Steve Irwin tribute that pushes nature to the limit, from Melodysheep, who has previously brought us remixes of Mister Rogers, LeVar Burton, Bob Ross and Julia Child, as well as the fantastic Symphony of Science series.
I miss him so much. I will always, always regret that I never had the opportunity to hear him speak in person.
His enthusiasm is so incredible.
Mrs. Claus is a chubby chaser.
To be fair, skinny Santa is kind of a jerk. http://youtu.be/SIGeUBz1kpY The only moment they talk about after he gains weight is his coat and I’m pretty sure he would’ve had a hard time doing that himself.
December 3rd 2013, around 1am, something awesome happened..
Neil Gaiman being a night blogger.
"Anne Bonny and Mary Read were pirates, as renowned for their ruthlessness as for their gender, and during their short careers challenged the sailors’ adage that a woman’s presence on shipboard invites bad luck."
Sculpture by Erik Christianson.
I would very much like to know where this sculpture stands, because I would love to see it in person.