Over the weekend, two global art-world icons took some pics in Paris. Here’s one of their pics:
If you can trust the internet to reliably do anything, you can trust it to tell you that some bullshit is inspiring when some bullshit generally is not. A quick survey of certain prominent websites’ use of the word proves very inauspicious: one offender, for example, labels the following as inspirational—body positive…
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Today, November 19, we celebrate both men and poop.
There is a 77-year-old woman in Brookyln that’s stronger than you. Her name is Constance Tillet, she does CrossFit and… we’ve really gotta get back in the game, don’t we?
I don't know what's wrong with me, you guys. This video of a little girl named Emma walking her gentle horse Cinnamon is one of the most joyous things ever and yet here I am — crying like a big, stupid idiot baby.
Craigslist is where you to go buy or sell things, and also to find people you want to fuck. But you can also use it to find someone who used to own your dog, as evidenced by this fantastic story of a pit bull rescue that popped up on New York City Craigslist this weekend.
Is there anything more adorable than Tom Hiddleston teaching Cookie Monster about delayed gratification?
During finals week, students often need an outlet that isn't crying onto a pile of notes until they drown to death in their own tears. Luckily, George Mason University's Law School has instituted a policy that benefits both students and lonely homeless pups— Puppy Day. It's exactly what it sounds like.
This tiny polar bear cub will not eventually grow up to be 770 to 1,500 pounds—half that, if it's female (because it's not real). The wonders of
At first, Little Puppy looks completely disinterested in getting out of bed. But after some human hand-licking, squeaking, and a big yawn, the expressive critter starts to talk!
This youngster's not quite old enough to ring in the New Year with champagne, but he's definitely young enough to top off your "cutest baby animal pix of 2010" list. (Image via Snuzzy.)
Roger Ebert says this video of a kitten deserves an Academy Award for best live-action short subject, "because of its wonderful quality."
A picture gallery that includes this little guy(?) declares otters to be "the new cats." Hm, maybe! Their frowny, whiskered faces remind me of portraits of late 19th century industrialists—guys with names like Chester and Cornelius.
Heather B. Armstrong, aka Dooce — whom people persist in calling a "Mommy Blogger" even though she's so much more — was on Nightline last night, talking about her blog and her family. I particularly related to the sweet relationship between Heather and her husband, Jon, whom she calls a "hot geek." Jon talks about how…