bethanythemartian:

annethecatdetective:

burning-high-rise:

whorishgreen:

whorishgreen:

I’ve never been more emotional about any social media post in my entire life

UPDATE: guys Beth Broderick tweeted yesterday that this Salem is THE SAME SALEM!!! He’s 20 years old man!!!! 20!

That Salem is still kicking is all I care about.

oh my god it’s the same cat I am actually really crying I love everybody

Reblogged from obscuremoments

edwardspoonhands:

Today I launched a new channel…another new channel, I know. On this channel I will be doing not much besides (hopefully being entertaining while playing video games. This first video is of me playing a terrifying horror game in which my heart beat goes from an uncomfortable 100 beats per minute to a FREAKING HORRIFIED 140 beats per minute in less than two seconds!

We’ll be uploading a new video EVERY SINGLE DAY FOREVER. Or at least, that’s the plan. Welcome to Games with Hank!

!!!

Reblogged from Hank's Tumblr

archiemcphee:

What is this? A center for ants?!

Today the Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders is delighted to share Postcards for Ants, an awesome ongoing project by Cape Town, South Africa-based artist Lorraine Loots. Every day Loot creates one exquisitely detailed and utterly itty-bitty painting. The project began on January 1, 2013 as a personal 365-day challenge, which means she’d created hundreds of these amazing miniature works of art.

When Cape Town was designated as the World Design Capital 2014, Loot decided to do a second year of tiny paintings, 365 Postcards for Ants, this time using her home city as the theme for each piece. Although each original painting has already been spoken for, Loot creates 5 prints of each day’s painting, which can be ordered through the project website.

To view more of Postcards for Ants visit Lorraine Loots’s website or follow her on Instagram, Facebook or right here on Tumblr at paintingsforants.

[via WHUDAT and Bored Panda]

So this happened at Subway the other day

  • Me wearing my Pizza John shirt at subway:
  • Sandwich Artist: Who's that guy?
  • Me: Um... John Green.
  • Sandwich Artist: I've heard that name before. Is he like running for president?
  • Me: No.. He wrote some books. You've probably heard of The Fault In Our Stars.
  • Sandwich Artist: oh yeah. That thing . Well he should run for president. I'd vote for him, since I take it from your shirt he's a pizza fan. I'm pro pizza.
Reblogged from John Green's tumblr
fellowteen:

this is the most beautiful and amazing thing i have ever read in my entire life and it makes me so so happy

fellowteen:

this is the most beautiful and amazing thing i have ever read in my entire life and it makes me so so happy

Reblogged from obscuremoments

tacojane:

kaylaanibas:

tacojane:

Pretty sure I’m going to be getting a new job so I went ahead and wrote out my two weeks notice. Maybe this will lucky?

Where?!

kaylaanibas as a substitute teacher!

Lol duh i almost forgot u applied but that’s awesome! Let me know if u get it 👍

Reblogged from obscuremoments

tacojane:

Pretty sure I’m going to be getting a new job so I went ahead and wrote out my two weeks notice. Maybe this will lucky?

Where?!

Reblogged from obscuremoments
toomuchhorrorfiction:

The Stand by Stephen King, 1978


Have this, thanks to nycrum 😁

toomuchhorrorfiction:

The Stand by Stephen King, 1978

Have this, thanks to nycrum 😁
Reblogged from Josh Boone's Tumblr

archiemcphee:

St. James, Minnesota resident Greg Krueger love his four cats so much that he’s spent the last 20 years and $10,000 transforming his home into a phenomenal feline fun house - and he’s still working on it.

“I just love trails and paths, and cats, of course,” said 50-year-old Krueger. “And so I’ve just linked those passions together.”

It all began when Krueger noticed how much his cats enjoyed being up high. First he created a place for them to sit atop a china cabinet. Then came a staircase to help the cats get up on the cabinet more easily. Today Krueger’s house features elaborate tunnels, staircases, platforms, 38 hand-carved cat-sized opening in his walls, 100 yards of overhead catwalks and bridges, and numerous comfy cat-sized hidey-holes. The catwalks all feature ornate railings to prevent accidental falls. If they don’t want to, Krueger’s kitties never have to walk on the floor. There’s also an enclosed outdoor kennel if the cats ever feel like getting some fresh air.

Krueger was recently diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome, which has helped him understand his extraordinary dedication to his feline family.

“Obviously, my house would not be like this if I didn’t have Asperger’s,” he said. “If it takes a long time, I don’t care because if I like what I’m doing, I almost don’t want to finish what I’m doing.”

Visit Greg Krueger’s Flickr page for many additional photos.

Click here for an interview with Kreuger and here for a video tour of his awesome home.

[via Oddity Central and Catsparella]