04 January 2013

Friday Funny



More links to make you laugh... Or at least roll your eyes. And in a couple of cases, some serious eye candy.

For those days when you crave Pizza.

Oh, my goodness.

Not Funny.

Oh, my gosh, if The Lizard could see this!!!

This is good. Really good.

I want to shoot night photography like this guy when I grow up.


Just one of Kenneth Libbrecht's phenomenal growing snowflakes. Click on the animation to find out more about him.

Does this Scherenschnitte Christmas tree make you drool the way it makes me drool?!?

Words that just have to go. Except for "epic." I like that one.

The End.

16 comments :

  1. that snowflake is awesome...wow...

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    1. Thanks, Faith! I LOVE that snowflake, too! I wish I could make snowflakes like that!

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  2. Wow, I am the lord of fire! Cool video! How very amazing, incredible.

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    1. Karen, I think your comment is even funnier than the video!!!

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  3. Wow, such awesome links, thank you. :)

    I could not locate your e-mail to send you a thank you for your kind words you left on my blog, so I will thank you here. You make my heart smile with your kindness.

    I adore your snowflakes and thank you so much for sharing them with us. You make the world a better place by sharing your talents and your photos are always awesome, too.

    Oh, and I just wanted to reach out and hug that little penguin. So clever of him to escape.

    Blessings always

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    1. Thank you, Stitchy. I must admit, I'd be rooting for the penguin, too, even though I love whales. I guess I've buried my email address beneath too many widgets on the sidebar, huh??? :)

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  4. Thank you for an outstanding set of clips. The animated gifs are all very clever and the penguin is, as they say, priceless.

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    1. Thanks, TG! That little penguin makes me want to crochet a tiny little penguin!!!

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  5. I can identify with that penguin. That's how I feel when Ella gets into one of her Alpine snits. Trouble is the Goatmother's lap makes a lousy boat. :) By the way, you WILL do night photography like that. I know you. :)

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    1. Ha ha ha ha ha! I can just picture that, Marigold! I mean, Ella getting into a snit, not the Goatmother's boat tipping over...

      I may just have to set up the tripod this weekend...

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    1. Thank you, Michelle, for stopping by!

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  7. Dang, that pizza made me hungry. And the bicycle taxidermy - hilarious! (I don't dare show it to Mr. M. We have enough cycling stuff on the walls already.)

    The phrase I'd like never to hear again is "going forward". Whatever happened to "in the future"? (And does anyone ever go backward?)

    Loved "The End". :) And the snowflake is awesome.

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    1. Hardy har har! Sue, I worried about showing it to The Lizard, too, but he hasn't beheaded any of his retired bikes yet to mount the handlebars! He did get a great laugh out of it, though!

      My fav was "The End," too. LOVE the advice it gives!!!

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  8. Wow!
    The art in my blog is almost 2000 years old.

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    1. Wow, Cat, 2,000 years?!?! That makes the artwork even more amazing. They didn't have the tools we have, and they didn't have the technology we have to make such tools.

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