You bought two dead animals – killing each other – because renting them is a bad investment? via thebloggess.com Yes, this has been making the rounds. Yes, I’m a few days behind on sharing this. Deal. Read the whole thing. Click the links in the p…
via theoatmeal.com OK, maybe not QUITE this decadent. But it’s closer than any of the other descriptions.
Thanks to Jeph Jacques at Questionable Content for this gem:
By somewhat popular request (OK: two people), I’m capturing the Twitter song here in my songwriting blog. I’ve been trying to do better about keeping the content of this blog related to Honey Bowtie Music, meaning Karsten’s and my writing,
Swanky! Originally uploaded by Kate O’ Even the bathroom icon people are pretty sophisticated.
My neck and throat feel all puffy and swollen today, for some reason, even though they don’t really look any different. Still, I keep making jokes to Karsten about it, like asking while he drives if my neck is blocking
You know all those articles I’ve been linking about Maghound? Well, in case it wasn’t obvious, it’s an initiative I’m keeping my eye on. Time Inc. is launching this online magazine service in late Q3, and oh by the way,
From Macleans, a poem in memory of John Oates’ mustache. My favorite stanza? Hall was tall, he was blond He could sing in falsetto But John Oates’ soup strainer Helped fill up his bed-o
The Elton John of tigers Originally uploaded by Kate O’ This is the handiwork of my coworker Heather, who gave my glow-in-the-dark collapsible tiger a suit made of Cherry Cordial Hershey’s Kiss wrappers. I think I speak for us all
I’m so amused by the numbers of top searches in Google today that have to do with preparing a turkey. People, if you’re just now starting to wonder about how to cook it, it’s probably a good idea just to