Scott Pilgrim action figures are pretty much perfect

October 27, 2010

Anyone who’s spent more than thirty seconds with me in the past two years has heard me go on and on and on about three things: cats, dodgeball and the Scott Pilgrim series of graphic novels by Bryan Lee O’Malley. I liked the movie quite a lot, too, but the books are way better. I find the artwork incredibly appealing, so I was pretty excited to see these adorable action figures, which are perfect renderings of the drawings. They’re so well-designed. I go out of my way not to buy ornamental things any more, since my apartment is smaller than a high-top sneaker, but listen, when I get my mansion there’s gonna be a whole room full of these little guys. Right alongside my lacquered collection of dodgeball team shirts and my seventeen cats.

PS, Wanna hear more about my dodgeball team(s)? Because I can and will tell you aaaall about them.

Thanks to Brummy for finding these!


Panda. Never say no.

October 25, 2010

Here are some short, funny ads for Egyptian spreadable cheese.


What I’ve been looking at

October 18, 2010

Here are some random images that recently caught my eye.

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The monster your man could smell like

October 12, 2010

Remember this?

Well, now there’s this.

Grover still makes me laugh like a little kid.
Thanks to Peneycad for the tip.


Jackie Kashian likes animals

October 10, 2010

One of comic Jackie Kashian’s fans animated this joke. Don’t get me wrong, I’m totally getting a cat cart and cat contact lenses when the time comes. Geriatric, oozing animals = adorable.

Thanks to Helder for the tip.


Marcel the Shell with Shoes on

September 3, 2010

Here’s an adorable stop-motion film voiced by Jenny Slate (the woman who swore in her first sketch on Saturday Night Live) and animated by Dean Fleischer-Camp. I love it so much; I’ve already watched it about 10 times. You can watch it here.
It’ll for sure be the cutest three minutes of your week.

marcel shell jenny slate dean fleischer camp

Thanks to Donaldson for the tip.


Sardoodledom

September 2, 2010

Awesome spelling bee kid.

Man, spelling bees encourage great life skills. Look at this kid taking his time, asking questions to clarify, gathering information, making deductions, and taking risks. Not to mention laughing his face off.

Thanks to Kelly for the tip.


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