Sometimes, dogs are just weird. You get all geared up to do something you know they’ll love, and they’re completely freaked out. As much as they love novelty, they also have strong ideas about what’s acceptable, and sometimes it makes sense only to them. Read More Surprise Canine Reactions
Hello, my sparkling lovelies. I think Pinterest would like to help brighten your day, so let us take a look at some funny things I’ve seen floating about the place this week.
High Fidelity is one of those rare instances where the movie is just as good as the book. The two are different, yes, but I count both among my favorites.
As a Crazy Cat-Person who is currently without cats (and therefore feeling a profound cat-deficit in life) and as a longtime reader of The Oatmeal, of course I had to get my mitts on How to Tell If Your Cat is Plotting to Kill You.
Oh, I could have watched something classy. Or thought-provoking. I had good intentions of perusing the neglected portions of my Netflix queue, but in the end, my husband went down the Vimeo-rabbit-hole, and I watched.
My husband could not wait until I was done reading this book. For one thing, I couldn’t read it in bed while he was trying to sleep because my laughing would shake the whole mattress, followed by me going, “I’m sorry, I’m sorry,” and then cracking up all over again. When I read it in his presence, I felt compelled to read portions (okay, large portions) aloud, and while he found what I read funny, he was still like, “Dude. I’m trying to do something here. And that something is not trying to decipher what you’re saying through laughter.”
Do you ever spend some money and are like, “That was so worth it. I’m not disappointed in my purchase at all”? That’s how I felt last night after spending $5 to download Aziz Ansari’s latest special, “Dangerously Delicious.”