This is a shot of former Miss Delaware Kate Banaszak and her 120+ pound Irish Wolfhound, Kellan, dressed up as Wayne and Garth for Halloween. As you can see, they nailed it. And now I want an Irish Wolfhound, they look like direwolves. But apparently if you put a blonde wig and black glasses and an Aerosmith t-shirt on one, it looks exactly like Garth from Wayne's World. Who knew? SPOILER: Former Miss Delaware Kate Banaszak did. I wonder what other secrets she's keeping.
Thanks to Jeff, who agrees it's only a matter of time before the first "Shwing!" in the comments.
Remember ceiling cat? Well apparently one of his descendants (or a copycat) lives in Japan and spies on office employees while they're at the work. There's not really much more info besides the pictures were posted by Twitter user @omocha_no_uma, who was sent the photos by a coworker in the same building. No word if they work in a tuna factory. Also, what is that the cat's peeking out of -- a light fixture? Is that where a sprinkler head is supposed to go? Whatever it is, I doubt it's up to code if there's a cat in it.
Thanks to Ruby, who agrees every office should have a cat to boost morale plus eat mice and bugs.
This is the Legend Of Zelda Link Ladies' Romper available exclusively from ThinkGeek. It costs $25 and can be credited with teaching me what a romper is. It's a one-piece shirt and shorts combo. Why don't they make that sort of thing for guys? I want as few clothes as possible. Plus I won't have to worry about matching. $25 actually seems like a pretty good deal considering it has a front zipper, hood, and thumb holes. I've paid $25 for just a t-shirt before and had to go to school bottomless until I saved up enough for a pair of Umbros. You know what my favorite thing about Umbros are? You never have to wash them. You can wear them every day and if they start to smell like butt or balls you can just spray a little cologne in there and you're good to go another week. "You're gross." No, I'm practical. "And what have your girlfriends thought about this?" Ahahahahaha -- you believed those stories?!
These are the Star Wars themed pumpkin carving patterns created by Anthony Herrera (who you may recall also releases Star Wars paper snowflake designs every year). You can download your favorite template at Anthony's website HERE. Then you just tape it to a pumpkin, cut the dark sections out, and you've got the Star Warsiest pumpkin in the neighborhood. Plus, as far as pumpkin carving designs go, they don't seem that difficult. Last year I tried to carve the globe into a pumpkin and it turned out horribly because I didn't have a picture for reference and have no clue about the shape or location of any of the continents. Still, I did have fun stabbing myself in the legs.
Seen here about to cast Old Spice, model Zachary Howell poses for photographer Sarah Hester during a Harry Potter themed boudoir photoshoot. It's pretty steamy. How steamy? Just ask Moaning Myrtle. "All I hear is moaning." Of course, she's PREOCCUPIED, that's how steamy it is. So steamy my glasses just fogged up, and I don't normally wear glasses but I'm wearing one of those pairs with the fake eyebrows and nose and mustache attached because eyes are the window to the soul and I don't want Harry to see my soul for what it is, which, from what I've been told by ex-friends and ex-girlfriends in the past, is akin to a Dementor.
Keep going for the rest of the shoot ,which, yes, does contain one shot of Harry with his hand down his Gryffindor boxers fiddling with his wand.
Nintendo just released a video of its new Switch console, the console previously known as the NX. The system can be played with wireless controllers and act as a traditional home console when plugged into its base, but when removed from its base it transforms into a portable gaming console with two removeable game controllers attached to each side. Tired of holding the thing? Flip out the screen's stand, remove the controllers from the sides, and you can play it play it without having to hold it (I assume it weighs a fair amount). The video also shows the thing running Skyrim, so that's something. My buddy Terry is swearing this is going to be the best thing since tortillas, but I'm a little more skeptical. Still, I will at least borrow one to play the new Zelda game. And I probably wouldn't turn down an invitation to come over and play Mario Kart. Oh who am I kidding, I just paid $1,200 to preorder one on eBay that's probably going to turn to be a box full of rocks.
Keep going for a couple more shots and a video that answers the questions But can I play it while letting my dog run around the park unattended/in my buddy's van on the way to go-cart racing/after a pickup game of basketball under a highway overpass?
These are a bunch of dogs modeling Shed Defender dog leotards. The breathable outfits were designed to be worn by pets for short intervals when shedding is of particular concern (ie riding in the car, allergic frenemy coming over to case your new apartment so they can gossip about how crappy it is behind your back). They're available in seven colors, sizes mini - XXL, and cost $45 - $60. Obviously, I want a human one to match so my dog and I can be twinsies on Christmas morning. My parents are going to love that! Or, you know, hate we've been crashing on their couch for fifteen months. What do you mean ''getting to stay here" is my present?! We want toys!
Keep going for a bunch more shots and a video of a guy demonstrating how to put on and take off a Shed Defender like you've never played dress-up with your dog before.
This is a video of Jeremy Miller and the wheelchair that his father Ryan Scott Miller modded into the Ghostbusters' Ecto-1 for Halloween. Depending on whether you're an elephant or a goldfish, you may remember Jeremy's Star Wars Snowspeeder wheelchair from last Halloween. Now that is some solid parenting. But still, the question remains: If there's something strange in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? Please not me I'm already over my minutes for the month my parents are going to kill me.
Keep going for a video of Jeremy dancing in the vehicle and taking it for a spin.