We raise chickens (my mom says that makes me a chicken tender!) and I have met people who actually think that chickens only lay white eggs, and that our multi-colored eggs are weird. I've also met people who thought that chocolate milk came from brown cows (okay, those people are mostly children) but it turns out that many people are even gullible about sheep.
I love me some Hipster Kitty. Something about attributing the abominable habits of our culture's worst youth demographic to an adorable kitten just tickles my fancy. Look! He has holes in his purple hoodie for his ears! It almost makes the destructive overconsumption of our time seem okay.
Lucky for me, one Dyna Moe is out to give the whole animal kingdom the hipster treatment. Her colorful vector illustrations put all sorts of anthropomorphic animals in ridiculous clothes and party situations. If you ever wanted to see a red panda shotgun two PBRs, she's got you covered.
Bacon Cologne? I don't believe it? What's going to come of us? Cologne from bacon scent? Heaven help us. When is the world suppose to end? What's that date again? Sometime next year?
Well, maybe I am too much in the 20th century? Bacon is pork and pork makes me sick. My objection to bacon is not based on religion, but on health issues. Bacon is fatty. Bacon is full of the stuff that is not good for the body. Bacon increases high blood pressure. Bacon is not a good food But as a cologne scent? It stinks
Shortsightedness is a relatively new but growing phenomena and as urbanisation and intensive education levels increase it is reaching epidemic proportions in some parts of the world. Around a third of people in Britain are short-sighted, but in the Far East it is an even bigger problem.....
I found this in an article about eyesight and found the wording absolutely delightful. Poor short-sighted Brits......
As this writer so eloquently states:
CBS reports -- "Sole Sensation is one of a handful of fish pedicure shops to open in Britain. Customers immerse their feet in a tank of tiny Garra rufa fish which happily feast on any dead skin they can find." See the video.
My take on this is this -- Put my feet in a tank of fish?.Trust the fish to clean my feet of dead skin? I hear Steven King somewhere laughing.-- or is the voice I hear that of Wes Craven?
So what if "fish pedicure" is a time tested method? I don't trust the government, do you think I am going to trust some fish?
However, if translating said metaphor toward a more developed species—in this case, humans—it doesn’t work the same way. If a mama bear’s cubs become human boys and girls, bringing out the claws and teeth get trickier.