Thanks to Bored Panda 🙂
Get a squirrel’s-eye-view of the world via this new video, in which one of the furry rascals carries a camera up a tree.
Ever wondered what famous movies would look like in the style of Winnie the Pooh drawings?
Okay, you probably haven’t wondered, but don’t let that stop you from checking this out.
Dawid Adamek took screen shots of classic Pooh cartoons and matched them with titles of the 2016 Oscar-nominated movies. The results are hilarious and spot on.
I shared a pair of the images here, and you can see the rest via the link below (courtesy of Bored Panda).
As an animal advocate I’m reluctant to share videos that show animals performing tricks or doing unnatural acts, however I’m making an exception today.
The video below shows an Australian cat named Didga using its canine buddy as a surfboard, and both animals seem to be enjoying the experience.
Since no one is shown actually putting the kitty on its doggie pal I felt like my fellow animal-lovers wouldn’t have a problem with it. Am I wrong?
Have a look at the (admittedly adorable) video below, and let me know what you think.
Thanks to Bored Panda
I have a serious obsession with pandas, especially baby ones.
Not sure of the story behind this video, but let’s just say it’s a cautionary tale about the perils of photographing a curious panda cub.
Thanks to Peta Pixel
This is officially the cutest thing I saw today.
Meet Rachel Brathen and her pet goat Penny Lane.
Rachel is an internet-famous yoga instructor and author based in Aruba, and Penny is Rachel’s yoga partner.
It seems Penny was a gift from Rachel’s husband, and Rachel quickly discovered the little goat wanted to join her when she practiced yoga.
Check out the video below for proof.
Note: I tried to convince my cat to do yoga with me, but it didn’t work out 😦
You can read more about Rachel and Penny at Bored Panda.
Did you catch this new movie trailer?
In case you missed it, earlier today we got our first peek at the upcoming Ghostbusters movie, and I gotta say it looks pretty hilarious.
The movie opens July 15, and it stars some of the funniest people on the planet.
It’ll be interesting to see if this reboot of the thirty year-old franchise becomes a pop culture milestone like the original movie did.
Have a look at Ghostbusters, and let me know if you plan to see the movie.
I happened upon this series of drawings and thought they were so impressive I had to share.
The pair of drawings posted here are by Kerby Rosanes, and you can see the rest of Kerby’s work at the link below.
“”Moleskine Doodles” is a project I started this year with the aim of practicing the skill of drawing spontaneously. Using Uni Pin Fine Liners and a Moleskine pocket sketchbook, this series of illustration features my doodle creatures combined with interesting animals, monsters and other interesting subjects I came across for the past few months.”
Source: Moleskine Doodles 2 on Behance
Chris Nashawaty ranks Yuletie faves for any movie fan’s library; see where he places ”Elf,” ”Love Actually” — and what he crowns No. 1