This is awesome. Really! Get this into your brain. Dinosaur Comics are so great. I’m definitely late to this party but I’ve made it finally.
Scroll through the comics, especially the one before this one I’ve put in below.
Watch this gem. It is about 16 minutes long so you need to set aside a little bit of time but it is so worth it. Enjoy.
A cutie from Improv Everywhere. They have a heap, ones I like are the No Pants Subway and Black Tie Beach, but this is just kinda full of the milk of human niceness and that’s what I want today.
I’ve stopped giggling now – well enough to type. Having watched this video at least twice I’ve decided that lots of people might like it. “my mask has cat ears and covers my nose” “doo doo” “easy peasy” LOLOLOLOL. Made by Aardman Animations, of Wallace and Grommit, Chicken Run and assorted very good goodies. Came to me from here.
I know just how this poor piggie feels. This is a very cool video.
Everything you ever wondered about in terms of world debt and who owes what to whom is succulently explained in this sketch by John Clarke and Brian Dawe. You can probably find the succinct answer to any other burning question on their other videos. Everything from Immigration to the politics of the Rugby World Cup are here for your viewing pleasure or at least the Dawe and Clarke take on it. Very entertaining.
I think this handy chart will be useful to have about the house. I think it isn’t just a men or woman thing this is a partnership deal. I would like to encourage my partner when she views this post to take on board the sentiment and indeed follow the instruction. After all “Have some wine” is so often the correct answer. To everything. Really everything. I hate to create the impression that I’m partial to a glass of wine, even if it is true. Well it is true! But don’t go judging me as a wine dependent sado, because even if that were true, I would deny it throughly and robustly. So, darling, if you are reading this post, do take note and apply the medication (wine) as directed below. Cheers!
The description reads like this:
Super Baozi, being tired of being in Catering,is longing for developing in Recreation. With intense enthusiasm and strong perseverance, he has learned to sing songs and to play nunchakus.
There are other Super Baozi films on Vimeo by Sun Haipeng and I heartily recommend them.
My friend Jane posted this on FB – see below for my FB rant – and I have laughed like a drain watching it about five times now. A bit of good clean fun!
Via the wonderful Miriam Tuohy’s FB page.
Tim Minchin is an Australian comedian and musician, or musician and comedian. Witty repartee is his specialty area that and fantastic piano stylings. Check out his website here and the video below. Nice. He is also the voice in the film of Shaun Tan’s wonderful The Lost Thing which won an academy award in recent times. More niceness.
I’ve found a new love. Meet Misery Bear. Warning these are tragic tales of lost love and wanting and longing….
There are a whole bundle of them on YouTube and I think you should go there right now and make yourself sad.
The always elegant Emily Duncan recently posted this on her FB page. I believe it to be stupendous, and one of the vital things one must think about at this time of year. Plating – Christmas it is all about the look of the food isn’t it rather than the actual taste? Or not. Anyway here is the vastly superior Hon. Simon and Minty Marchmont offering helpful and not at all snarky advice on how to plate aesthetically.
Stars Richard E. Grant and Arabella Weir. Aired February 25, 2003
This is a really cute wee video. I think everyone knows a cat that has done this. Enjoy!
This is very cute. Two Cute, funny penguin couple overcome an obstacle in the rainy, windy elements. Shot near Volunteer Point in the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic Ocean by Carole Anne (babers201) and Ron.
Penguin: Ooh, look, the ground is gone here!
Penguin: It’s water.
Penguin: But not deep enough to swim in.
Penguin: What will we ever do?
Penguin: I’ll have to think about that a bit.
Penguin: Look, maybe we could …walk through it!
Penguin: I don’t know, that doesn’t look right.
Penguin: Give it a try!
Penguin: I believe I will …jump!
Penguin: Now you’re just showing off.
Penguin: Well, your idea of walking through it may be for the best.
Penguin: Hey look! Mud! Whee!
This is a moment of animation rhyming goodie goodness. This song is now stuck in my poor brain and making it hurt a lot.
It has been a VERY long week and we ain’t there yet, but his has helped.
Came to me via Radio NZ’s FB page!