Monkeys and apes replace characters in classic films and television. Postcard set and prints depict: Monkey Trek, Dr. Howler, Kill Bonobo, Monkey of Oz, Dr. Strangemonk, Lord of the Bananas, Monkey Wars and Planet of the Humans. – Via Chet Art.
Watch Mortal Kombat done the old fashioned way, via flipbook. Old school at its finest. Just don’t expect to find a special combo for that desired trademark move. – Via Broadsheet.
And something a little more cerebral. We have The nature of language is well explained by one of the luminaries of the English language. – Via Holy Taco.
Have you always wondered what those dubbed voices were by the end of the credits on every episode of “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia”? Well, wonder no more. ToN2010 recorded it and played them backwards. Here are the results. – Via
Linguist James Harbeck catalogues the bizaar sounds teenagers make nowadays. If eye rolling ever has a sound Marbeck would surely catch it. Beavis and Butthead would be proud. – Via Blame It On The Voices.
Nothing like a creepy photo to unhinge you from last night’s partying. This clown looks like a mix of Brian Johnson (lead singer of AC/DC) and that clown villain from Spawn. Enjoy your week! – Via Nothing To Do With Arbroath.
You know how crack addiction can consume the person? Well this outdoor sign just made that point across quite cleverly. And yes, those are real maggots. – Via NerdCore.
Worth1000’s series have the inimitable Mama June from Honey Boo Boo child fame (as if you don’t know her already) immortalized in a digital painting. She belongs to an elite people honored in a series of Rennaissance-style paintings. She positively looks grand. – Via Dangerous Minds.
Poor Cyclops, most of his life he has to look through ruby red visors. Not surprising that he’s be color blind. – Via Miss Cellania.
Stress could mean a lot of things to a lot of people. But this one is something that everyone can agree with. – Via Eat Liver.