moshingracingoperating:

theuppitynegras:

p-3ople:

justinbiebsan0n:

honeyxxbeexx:

no-the-fandoms-protested:


move your finger back and forth so it looks like the cat is following it

This is more entertaining than it should be.

This is why I love Tumblr.

two hours later i click reblog

five hours later i click reblog


It’s more fun if you move a quarter of a second before the cat does so it looks like it has a shitty reaction time

moshingracingoperating:

theuppitynegras:

p-3ople:

justinbiebsan0n:

honeyxxbeexx:

no-the-fandoms-protested:

move your finger back and forth so it looks like the cat is following it

This is more entertaining than it should be.

This is why I love Tumblr.

two hours later i click reblog

five hours later i click reblog

It’s more fun if you move a quarter of a second before the cat does so it looks like it has a shitty reaction time

Reblogged from ryancalvelo

celebsthatcopymadonna:

World-leading popstar and Madonna-wannabe, Lady Gaga, copied not one but two songs by Madonna in order to come up with the title of her brand-new single ‘Anything Goes’ which is a duet with her dad, Tony Bennett. In 1992, Madonna wrote “…you can sing most ANYTHING,” (Deeper and Deeper) and in a more recent release, The Queen sang “…time GOES by so slowly for those who wait,” (Hung Up). Evidently, Lady Gaga drew inspiration from Madonna’s biggest hits and attempted to pass it as her own inventive work. Be that as it may, didn’t Madonna invent Jazz music in the early 1200s? Lady Gaga is unbelievable… next thing you know, she’ll be saying she invented commercial failure.

Reblogged from celebsthatcopymadonna

imsoshive:

flawlessvevo:

Oh my god. 

wow lmao

instagram:

A New Cast of Characters for Toronto’s Neighborhood Watch Signs

To see more of Andrew’s creative Neighborhood Watch modifications, follow @dcmism on Instagram.

Where some may have seen only an old sign faded after years of sun exposure, Toronto artist Andrew Lamb (@dcmism) saw an opportunity. Since 2012, Andrew has treated his hometown’s weathered Neighborhood Watch signs as a blank canvas, adorning them with whimsical figures from pop culture.

"My work tends to deal with altering urban infrastructure in a playful manner," explains Andrew. In this case, it’s about repurposing municipal infrastructure to "invoke nostalgic happy memories" with the help of characters as diverse as Zelda, Bruce Lee and the Planeteers.

What are the keys to success when modifying a sign? “Use a laser printer, not an inkjet,” says Andrew, “and don’t fall off your ladder.”

Reblogged from instagram