Thursday, October 30, 2008

Spoooooky Vintage Horror Flick Posters





From Well Medicated.

Enchanted Dolls




Incredibly beautiful, slightly creepy, weirdly erotic. 

Amazing dolls by Marina Bychkova.

Check the blog.

Via Boing Boing.

Worst Porno Ideas Ever




From Cracked.

Overheard In New York

Like the British Invasion Itself

NYU chick as "Back in the USSR" plays: Why are they playing so much 80s music?
NYU dude: It's cool, it's The Beatles.
NYU chick: Such a weird song, like Russia's all great or something.
NYU dude: I think it's supposed to be ironic.

--Bleecker & Broadway


From Overheard in New York.

Too Much Flava? This Should Sort You Out


Friday Funny


Q: What's the difference between jam and marmalade?

A: You can't marmalade your cock up a girl's ass.


From Popbitch.

Eve [hearts] Obama!


And expresses herself through nail art!



Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Halloween Pumpkin Contest




You can see them all and vote for your fave here.

Yosuke Ueno





Creepily gorgeous.


Also, BEST HALLOWEEN CAKE EVER!


Cobrasnake.

Katy Perry Halloween Special


All hail Queen Katy! Is there nothing this woman cannot do? First she valiantly fights for the rights of drunk heterosexual women to molest each other for a shot at hipster sexual ambiguity and attention from guys and now she's rocked up to a Halloween party as Freddie Mercury.

w000000000t!

From the Cobrasnake.

Famous Directors Shoot McCain Ads: The Second



Haha. I think this is better than the first one.

From Videogum.

Interweb Classic: Video Of A Terrified Obese Child


It's not so funny when you realise this child was raped by Elmo... 

Actually it is still pretty LOLicious. 

Baby Zombie


Awwww. Ain't she sweet?

She was created by PrincessOfDarkness at My Little Pony Arena.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Hamsters In Hats



Hamsters. 

In hats.



Weird World Wide Vending Machines


Books, brollies... eggs?

Used panties?

WEED??!!... 

From Wired.

I Can Haz Peenut?



Apparently, yes you can!

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed And Something SUPER CUTE!




OMG! I have officially changed my stance on marriage. 

HELLO KITTY WEDDING DRESSES!!

My ring finger is getting itchy!! (That sounds grosser than I had intended.)

From Jezebel.

Mareike Auer





Check out this Austrian artist's website!

Bassets For Obama

 

Those bassets are great assets! 

*claps hands at awesome pun*


The History of Heels

Aggy in 2008.
Monroe in 1952
Flappers 1925Marie Lloyd, music hall artiste circa 1900.


Apparently high heels began as a Venetian fashion among courtesans in the fifteenth century. Catherine De Medici brought the craze to France in 1533 when she married the future Henri II and by the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries both sexes had taken to the elevating attire.

Marie Antoinette even went to the guillotine in them!

See the Guardian slideshow.

And check out the article by Hannah Betts.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Mary's Not A Bad Daughter


She just needs to take a shit!

Ah, how I long for the simplicity of the good old days before ADHD was invented and laxatives cured all.

From Neatorama.

Interspecies Friendship: The Doggy & The Little Lion




From TutzTutz.

Dia De Los Muertos

Shrine adorned with sugar skulls, marigolds and other offerings
Sugar skull
"Catrinas" - uniquely Mexican figures depicted as richly-dressed skeletal women. (Dead ones - not Nicole Ritchie.)

The "Day of the Dead" is celebrated in Mexico and around the world on 1 and 2 November, corresponding with All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day in the Catholic calendar.

Days of the Dead celebrations actually pre-date Catholicism and have been around for at least 2,500 years. They can be traced back to the Aztec festival honouring the goddess Mictecacihuatl, "The Lady of the Dead."

During these days, families honour and commune with their deceased relatives, offering their favourite foods and drinks, placing marigolds ("The Flower of the Dead") on their graves and sometimes sitting at gravesites all night.

What a cool way to remember lost loved ones.

Read more at Wikipedia.

Laurie Lipton




Creepy Dia De Los Muertos-inspired drawings by London artist Laurie Lipton.

From Boing Boing.

*orudorumagi11

Koi
Hammerhead shark
Froggy!
Stegosaurus


Check out this awesomeness! 

US$1 origami! 

From *orudorumagi11 at Deviant Art.