The Overlook Hotel’s Other Sinister Presence

Forget the Twins, this ghastly beast will kill you softly.

Heeeeeere’s Feline, Ane B.

Say, Clark…? You didn’t by chance just use some Krazy Glue, did you?

Let me get this straight: So instead of going on my long-awaited, very important third date with Yasmine, I’m now attached to your wrist like I’m some kind of freaking bangle charm?? Dammit, Clark!

Opposite of yak attack, Eric K.

Claustrophobic Kitty Meets the Siblings

Wow, I didn’t realize there were so many of you…OK, I’m cool, I’m cool…Um, is anyone else feeling anxious?…No? Nobody else feels like he could just freaking crawl out of his skin?…

Whatever you do, don’t call Dr. Phil, SmithEmma.

Built-In Dream Catcher

Go ahead, dreams, do your best; because these wiry contraptions are built to snag the scariest of nightmares – ones that include furballs and Hoover vacuum’s power nozzle.

Honk-shu, Peter G.

Creepy Lumbird was Always Lurking Around

“Hi, Peter. What’s happening? We need to talk about your TPS reports.”

Honestly terrifying, Kelly W.

My, what an adorable — YEEEAAUUGH!!

Two new red-ruffed lemurs were born at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay last month, and that can only mean one thing: It’s time to play everybody’s favorite party game, “Guess When The Photo Session Went Horribly Wrong.”

Via KiksMedia.

Creative Peeps

When bored, some doodle and some daydream. But when the smarty-pants “peeps” in a certain Department of English get bored, they stage elaborate set-ups recreating the works of Poe, Shakespeare, Austen, and Dickens, and then throw in a vampire and pirate for good measure.

I honestly don’t know what to say about this, Shannon B. Congratulations…?

INCOMING!!!

DUCK!!!

Wait—I mean… HOVERBALL CAT!

Bobbeh keeps sending me these things!

When Yarn Isn’t Cat’s Best Friend

“Dear God, I look like a blue turnip and the Queen wearing plankton.”

Uh, you do know that Dr. Zombie still has claws, Shana L.? [I'm reminded of that snarky ole gem YouKnitWhat!? - Ed]

[...or this. - Ed. the First, i.e. "Theo", ahem]

Tripping balls

It’s like spin cycle for the mind! This film by French director Pleix tosses chirping eggs and tennis balls into the cutest, freakiest laundry day ever.

Also, take a look at Pleix’s commercial for Duracell: Today’s weather calls for a swirling vortex of bunnies, transforming into sumo wrestlers by mid-afternoon…

Thanks to Phillip P.

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