“Please Mr. Motorist Watch out for me?”
I fink you freaky and I like you a lot.
А что, в первой девушке что то есть
Meadham Kirchhoff, AW12 London Fashion Week
Jeremy Scott, AW12 New York Fashion Week
“There is a lot to be said about Abraham Lincoln, one of America’s most influential [and awesome] presidents, which is made abundantly clear by the newly erected tower of books in the nation’s capital. The cylindrical structure stands three stories high at approximately 34 feet in height and features over 15,000 titles about the 16th president of the free world. The innumerable volumes of works present in this towering pillar symbolize the never-ending discussion about the famed American president.
Placed in the lobby of Ford’s Theatre Center for Education and Leadership, it makes for an excellent introductory piece to the new museum dedicated to Lincoln’s history. Fascinatingly, it is adjacent to where Lincoln died at the Petersen House. The museum is currently under construction and set to open later this month, in time for President’s Day.”
A cyclopean little girl dressed as a young Leela from Futurama at the Wonder Festival in Tokyo. While we cannot deny the awesomeness of this costume, we also admit that we’re afraid of turning the corner and finding her staring at us with her single, unblinking eye.
[via Danny Choo]
Just when you thought the internet could not get any
weirdermore awesome along comes the gentle art of cat-breading:
1) Take a piece of bread
2) Cut a hole approximately 1 inch larger than your cat’s head. This trips some people up. Remember: the bread has to fit around not just the cat’s head, but it’s ears, too.
3) Gently place the bread around your cat’s head.
4) Take a picture & post it! We love Cat Breading!
There’s even a website devoted to this nascent artform: Breadedcats.com
We love it when the internet lives up to its awesome potential!