This Week on the Internet

These vegetable animals are adorable! How clever!

Here’s 25 Shocking Before and After Photos of the Hurricane Sandy Destruction. Whoa.

Sociological Images is one of my favorite blogs. Sexy Halloween costumes are one of my favorite things to mock. The two combine for their ANNUAL HALLOWEEN “SEXY WHAT!?” POST. Sexy Tootsie Roll?!

Kindergarten Ninja Deserves A+ on This Homework Assignment – BRILLIANT!

Potential Employer Critiques Applicant’s Cover Letter – Not sure how I feel about this, but definitely mental notes made.

This is an Egyptian Print Ad from RadioShack for buying pepper spray. It’s disturbing to me.

Why casual sexism in science matters – GREAT write-up.

Miniature wearable Bluetooth camcorder – Anyone else get creeped out by this?

Edge Walk Over 1,000 Feet Up For The Thrill Seeker – NOT on my bucket list. Insanity!

Publicly Drunk Pregnant Woman Gives Birth At Santa Cruz Jail – Oh Santa Cruz.

The Power of Quiet, RSA Animation on the Power of Introverts. Love this.

These are gorgeous: Fantastical Photographs from ‘Wonderland’

Candles That Smell Like Jolly Rancher Candy – Interesting.

TRIPPY: Assemblages made from toys

I’ve never knew that much about Ouija boards! Now I do!

Happy Halloween folks. Stay safe out there!

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I missed posting last week, so here’s a digest of some rad things I’ve found over the last couple of weeks.

via Neatorama

This Killer Whale Submarine is AWESOME!

TrekkingDating.com? Okey Dokey.

I like the concept of this Storylane site, but when they started spamming me daily trying to get me to login to their site and tell my stories, I got annoyed and unsubscribed. It made me wonder how many web accounts I have out there for services I never really got into.

The Big Picture from Boston.com never disappoints with their photo journals. Check out these 65 amazing pictures of Autumn.

This is a really cool marketing campaign: Coca-Cola Vending Machine Dispenses Free Coke for Dance Moves

You gotta be careful what you’re doing to get your boost: Monster Energy Drinks Might Kill You

This was an absolute fave of the week: Photographers with their famous photos.

The Cardinals lost last night, and the best fans in baseball are pissed. These tweets are violent – wow!! Let’s keep it classy guys.

Something funny and creepy about this.

Grrrr. Photo of Woman in Underwear is an Open Invitation for the Entire Internet to Judge

These are rad. Sitcom Apartments Floor Plans. (Originally found here, and then clicked 5 times to get the real source of the imagery. Damn, reblogging is a the new content firehose.)

If you’re too busy to meditate or calm down, read this and then use this.

Did you know why we vote on Tuesdays? Me neither.

I wanna make this for my Christmas tree this year and decorate it all collage style and pin stuff on it, etc. I’m so inspired. (Thanks Laurel!):

Okay, that’s it for now. What’s the coolest thing you’ve seen on the internet lately?

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I sort of disapprove of the spelling, but this still made me giggle:

My friend @mediaphyter posted this on Twitter last week – I like:
“I realise there’s something incredibly honest about trees in winter, how they’re experts at letting things go”Jeffrey McDaniel

Oh, how I love the Simon’s Cat videos. Here’s a new one: Simon’s Cat in Springtime.

Did you know that you can donate money directly to Sesame Street? They turn 40 this year, and are actually a non-profit organization. Let’s keep them helping kids count and wondering if furry creatures actually live in metal trashcans!

These crazy things are the weirdest thing I’ve seen this week: Scary Beautiful, Super-Tall Shoes Where the High Heel is in Front

Here’s another awesome quote I found this week:
“If we listened to our intellect we’d never have a love affair. We’d never have a friendship. We’d never go in business because we’d be cynical: “It’s gonna go wrong.” Or “She’s going to hurt me.” Or, “I’ve had a couple of bad love affairs, so therefore …” Well, that’s nonsense. You’re going to miss life. You’ve got to jump off the cliff all the time and build your wings on the way down.” – Ray Bradbury

This article kinda rocked my world a little. WHA?! A MAN wrote some of The Babysitter’s Club?!

Horseless Horse Jumping. Yup, that’s a thing.

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I love the above image.  A friend gave me a box of matches from Curly Girl Design this week, and I remembered how much I love their art, so went out and bought 4 more cards for my inspiration board at home.  I want to wallpaper my office with their cards.

I pinned quite a few household helpers to my “Good Ideas” board on pinterest this week, if you’re looking for some brilliant suggestions for making your life easier, you should check it out.

For those hippie chicks out there who like these kinds of things…here’s some Pirate Hunk Menstrual Pads.

I’m a fan of the Master Gardeners project, and used to love a PDF they had on our local Monterey Bay chapter site.  Unfortunately, that’s gone, but I found this similar chart for a neighboring county that helps figure out what to plant when.

Dude, E.T. Turns Thirty.

How do you feel about replacing your home keys with your iPhone?

Speaking of iPhones, this was clearly the most disturbing news I heard this week.  Shame on you Apple!

This was a competitor for disturbing: Japanese Officials Reveal Execution Chambers

 

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Here’s some cool things I found while cruising the web recently.

Three Olives “Cake Flavor” Vodka Recipes
Everything from cakes to cocktails. I have to admit, even though it sounds gross, I’m curious.

I’m so getting the Inflatable Unicorn Horn for Cats for Bella!

Sometimes, I just wonder what people are thinking. Ouch.

Do you know anything about ‘challenge coins’? I didn’t, but found this mental_floss article really interesting.

CUTE KITTY!

This is an interesting business model: The Anger Room: A Place Where You Pay to Smash Stuff in a Fit of Rage

This looks delicious and just happens to be vegan – yay! Creamy Avocado Pesto Recipe.

Okay, that’s all for now. Any cool stuff you’ve found lately?