Turn your computer into a Cute Command Console with Wall of Fluffeh, a YouTube mashup by sender-inner Philip M. Don’t stare too long, though, or you’ll experience a cute, ahh, rapid pressure buildup… a cute, ummm, sudden debilitating capacity shortage… dang, there’s just got to be some short, catchy term for this…
And now for something completely different: A video recreation of Arnold Schoenberg’s three-part Drei Klavierstücke, an early piece of “atonal” music, a term that means “sounding like cats wandering aimlessly on a keyboard.”
You can see all three videos here, along with a list of videos used, side-by-side comparison of the cat version to a real recording, and generally more proof than you’ll ever need that humans have more time than they know what to do with.
It’s, um, very deep, Ian F.
“G’wan, punch it, before somebody else grabs it! What are you waiting for — a blessing from the Pope? I swear, if you had even one ounce of initiative, you wouldn’t still be assistant manager at 42, you’d be a podiatrist like your brother… the man I could have married, I’d like to remind you!”
I don’t think that radar detector is conspicuous enough, J.R. S.
Now that Keyboard Cat is ready to play itself off to the Dusty Shelf of Internet Memes (say hello to Numa Numa Kid, won’t you?), relive its glorious fifteen minutes in the “Three Keyboard Cat Moon” t-shirt, a parody of the “Three Wolf Moon” t-shirt, thus cloaking your torso in an endless self-referential vortex of kitsch.
Maru’s owner is packing to move, and this provides a target-rich environment for the container-obsessed Maru. Some highlights:
|0:20:||In the dense jungle, Maru tragically encounters the Venus Cat-Trap, a carnivorous plant that swallows its victims whole…|
|0:38:||… and then spits them back out again.|
|0:56:||Up next on The History Channel, a look back at the classic Coney Island Fun House, with its treacherous rotating drum.|
|2:34:||Maru reenacts the classic Monty Python “16-ton weight” gag.|
Spotted by Maru-ologist Tanguera.
By now, you’ve probably noticed a new “thumbs up/thumbs down” rating system for comments. Even though we at CuteLabs thrive on the cutting edge of Cuteology, we know that some have had trouble adjusting to the change. We understand, and we listen — because we care.
And like all new ideas, it could have been worse. We could have gone with our first concept…