Kitties jumping, attacking, and playing. Cats are the cutest murderers of all time!
Maybe you took it a little far with this one, Josh. Coulda just left it at titty sprinkles, but it’s still wonderful.
If Buttermilk keeps acting like that, this goat is going to get its name changed to Sourmilk. I would probably have to dump the whole milk thing (who names animals after boob-juice, anyway?), and go with Sir Jumps-a-lot.
Who would have thought that when a dragon enters a crowded theater, he would entertain, rather than destroy? Not me … but what do I know about dragons? Apparently nothing.
First things first: Turn up your speakers. Beauty isn’t just for the eyes.
Ever wanted to be an astronaut? Experience what it’s like to be in space for 3 minutes and 50 seconds with this video from the International Space Station. And yes, space is actually filled with epic music.
These two guys voice what we all think when we stumble by happenstance upon a kids show while flipping through channels. Somehow showing kids weird cartoons is supposed to be educational. Want to teach your kids something useful? Make your kids watch a documentary on WWII, or teach your kids some street smarts by making them watch The Godfather. That would be educational.
While having Clyde the Orangutan in your passenger seat would be ideal (http://bit.ly/QdVBHJ), a trunk monkey is a good runner-up. Also, unless someone takes the time to teach your trunk monkey sign language, your monkey won’t talk to any cops. That’s definitely a plus.
Who says you can’t use your snowboard when there’s no snow around? These guys destroy their boards on the salt flats and earn the TBW sports win of the day!
I’m almost inspired to go outside and explore, but it’s getting late and I’m quite sleepy … maybe tomorow.
Ever wanted to give your younger self some advice about life? This guy got the chance, but his younger self was too ADD to convey any useful information. He didn’t even try to warn about 9-11, Hurricane Katrina, or any earthquakes or tsunamis … kind of selfish, don’t you think?
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