Our friends the Japanese test a new version of the domino theory: Which animal will walk through the dominoes without knocking them over? Will it be the turkey? The pig? The coconut/armadillo Transformer? Click play for the surprising answer!
I have no idea what you’re talking about… so here’s a book about a rabbit with a pancake on its head.
From 1999 to 2003, Hironori Akutagawa photographed his rabbit, Oolong, with various objects perched on his conveniently flat head. Now the photos have been compiled in a book titled In Almost Every Picture 8 from KesselKramer Publishing.
We eagerly await the sequel, featuring a bunny with a book about a bunny with objects on its head on its head.
Just what your coffee table’s been yearning for, Kyra M.
Kyle was giving his oddly colorless neighbor, Lenny, a lift home after a crazy night at Go-Go-Gecko Lounge, when the sudden realization hit him. Kyle hated himself for thinking it, and he knew his cousins would be disgusted, but there was no denying it:
Lenny tasted like chicken.
We ought to give you a medal, Marilyn T.
Photo by Vaibhav Deshmukh
What walks down stairs, alone or in pairs, and makes a slinkity sound?
A spring, a spring, a marvelous thing!
Everyone knows it’s Slinky.
It’s Slinky, it’s Slinky, it’s fun, it’s a wonderful toy.
It’s Slinky, it’s Slinky! It’s fun for a ferret or boy.
It’s been rumored for years that such behavior exists, yet until now, nobody has been able to capture it. Well, thanks to National Geographic, we’re finally able to witness the pig equivalent to the fist-bump:
Photo by Amanda Kopp.
It was the first and last time Irving would agree to give Marge a piggy-back ride.
Good Nat Geo find, Marilyn T.
Photo by Ira Block
“I am a good kitten. I am fun to be with. I am the master of my box addiction. I will show that ball of string who’s boss around here. I am not going to pay a lot for this muffler. I am the Eggman; they are the Eggmen; I am the Walrus, goo goo ga joob. Because I’m good enough, I’m cute enough, and catgone it, people like me.”
We celebrate your supportive sender-innering contributiveness, Mileni D. Photo by Alec D.