February Whimsy: Shenanigans edition

This week’s Whimsy is brought to you courtesy of @Zard13 on Twitter (RT by Mark Whalan)

Image description: An old fashioned black and white photo of a child on a ‘Pennyfarthing’ style tricycle. Caption: I am attending the shenanigans. I shall return presently.

This one is courtesy of @stephendann

Image description: Against a red background, a white doona folded and rolled to resemble a snail and shell, with two arms with hands clenched in fists forming the ‘snail’s’ antenna. Caption: Snailed it


Sometimes we all just need to see teh awesome so we can chillax. Please share your favourite links in comments … anything that has recently surprised, delighted, intrigued or otherwise positively engaged you: think of these threads as a brain-bleach and unicorn-chaser repository.

n.b. If you want to share something more sociopolitical, please take it to either a Media Circus thread or the weekly Open Thread.



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  1. I love the latest xkcd – Bridge
    http://xkcd.com/1170/

  2. This collection of WTF animal shots is wonderful.
    The horsey ones are especially funny although I’d question the wisdom of putting trousers on one, as they’re experts in panicking, getting more tangled up and injuring themselves.
    Naturally, the Pony riding Pugalier is my fave.
    Although the “dog which doesn’t look like a dog” is pretty wonderful- BWAHAHAHA.
    http://www.buzzfeed.com/mattbellassai/50-most-wtf-animal-pics-of-the-year-6z51

  3. Sometimes when I need brain bleach I just scroll through Man Boobz comment threads without reading the comments, just looking for the videos they put up. I get some quality brain bleach that way. Also David finds the best videos to put in his posts, like this one of a bunch of middle-aged men dancing/strutting in the middle of the countryside:
    https://www.youtube.com/embed/11pWxUXGLBQ?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent

  4. Due to the merger of Penguin and Random House, book covers with random penguins: http://random-penguin.com/

  5. I hadn’t seen that hoopsmeister otter yet, thank you! (I edited your comment to do some admin video magic)

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