Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Uncle Chris Changes A Nappy

How Leprechauns Protect Their Gold

March Solar Eclipse From Plane Window

Sleeping Dancing Kitty

Thanks Chazza

They Forgot To Tell The Cat They Had A Baby


Mommy's Bag

Cartoony Backpacks

Silly Looking Dogs






Udderly Smooth

Monday, 30 March 2015

On My Hands

World's Shortest Train

Scaring Your Supervisor

Sky Art By Thomas Lamadieu




Pigeon Sh*t

Yes

5-Year-Old With Autism Paints Stunning Masterpieces




earthporm Thanks Tom Heaney

Evil Drunk Superman Flask

Are They Supposed To?

Sunday, 29 March 2015

When You're Really Enjoying Some Food

Man Has Map Of Imaginary World Tattooed Over Birthmark

Hipster Soap

Half Husky, Half Lab, Split Right Down The Middle

Matching Crutch Boots

Newborn Foal Has Trouble Standing Up

Butt Pug

Baby's Lunch

Saturday, 28 March 2015

How To Turn The Lights Out On A Plane

Face Art Gif

Foodie Bird

Avoiding Lawsuits

Ultimate Way To Stop A Fight

Steve McQueen Making Mashed Potatoes In His Trailer During The Filming Of The Last Mile

Baby Copies Dad's Karate Moves


Good Guy Jimmy

Friday, 27 March 2015

Lobbyist Claims Monsanto's Roundup Is Safe To Drink, Freaks Out When Offered A Glass

Deaf Man Who Signed ‘Pig’ At Policeman Given Conditional Discharge

A man with a hearing disability from Kendal, Cumbria, was arrested after saying 'pig' in sign language to a police officer, a court heard. South Cumbria Magistrates Court was told that police were called to McDonalds on Stricklandgate after reports of a man 'causing difficulties'. Linley Hassan, 25, of no fixed address, refused to leave the restaurant and became 'confrontational' with the police.

Peter Kelly, prosecuting, said: "He was making a sign that the officer, who understood sign language, knew to mean 'pig'." In mitigation, John Batty said Hassan had had a volatile existence of late and had been going to great lengths to reduce his alcohol intake. Hassan pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly. He was given a conditional discharge and ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge and a £30 contribution towards court costs.

Your Very Own Ed Gein Doll

Slow Loris Gets Her Tangles Teased Then Pole Dances For You


Denzil A.K.A - Bleak Times Gone

May I be so bold as to share my other half's latest song with you. Smout, who hails from Larne, Northern Ireland writes and performs most of the work himself, with occasional guest appearances. Let the sound of Denzil A.K.A fill your ears like a warm rhubarb tart and leave your feet at a nice temperature. Just right.

Baby Bird Reunited With Parents

Recreating A Neanderthal's Voice

Shaft

Dancing On Ice


Ghosts n' Ghouls Inspired Artwork By Orioto (Mikaël Aguirre)

Cat Latte

Bump-Proof Suit For Blind Dog

How Are They That?

Peter Dinklage Hula Hooping