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  • March 11, 2014
    Just so we're clear, I feel like a real @$$hole for writing that title. I just wanted to know what it felt like. It felt bad. Really bad. Now I can honestly say I have no clue how the people who type that shit everyday live with themselves. So Redditor nazgul_hunter got los... / Continue →
  • November 13, 2012
    'GIF' (graphic interchange format) was officially named the US word of the year by the Oxford Dictionary, while Britain's was 'omnishambles'. Both are terrible decisions and I demand a recount. RECOUNT OR I'M MOVING TO CANADA. "Do it." MAYBE I WILL. "Do it." MAYBE I WILL... / Continue →
  • June 10, 2011
    This is a small series of conceptual neon signs by Twitterer/Tumblr'r Mr Whaite. Personally, I think the AT-AT one would look great in my rumpus room. Ha, rumpus room -- like I have a rumpus room! I live in a studio -- my kitchen and bathroom are practically the same. G... / Continue →
  • February 8, 2011
    Note: Worthwhile larger version HERE. This is an animated gif that makes the sun appear 3-D. Also, blue. While interesting, what's even more interesting is the UFO that keeps blinking in the bottom right corner. I suspect they're siphoning off our sun's energy like I do my ... / Continue →
  • December 8, 2010
    See how I snuck "eye" into mesmerizing? That required a magic potion. Which reminds me -- I need to pick up some more sun-dried witch's nips the next time I'm at the wizard store. Damn yeah I saw Harry Potter trying to sneak into the adults only section last time I was there... / Continue →
  • November 12, 2010
    Remember the animated gif from a couple weeks ago showing all the old Jokers? Well here's the Batman version. *fingers crossed for a Robin one next!* A guide: 1. Lewis Wilson (Batman, 1943) 2. Robert Lowery (Batman & Robin, 1949) 3. Adam West (Batman, 1966-1968) 4. Michael ... / Continue →
  • October 26, 2010
    This is an animated gif of several incarnations of the Joker over the years. Can you name them all? Oh snap -- no need! Here's a guide: 1. Conrad Veidt (The Man Who Laughs, film, 1928 - inspiration for The Joker) 2. Cesar Romero (Batman, TV series, 1966-1968) 3. Jack Nichol... / Continue →