Archive for 'funny'

Feline masterworks

Thinking about the personality-plus cat we had when I was a kid, this seems just about right.

"Feline Masterworks": a comic by John Atkinson

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“You are tolerable, I suppose”

Valentine’s Day is coming! Are you shopping for valentines, and in need of inspiration? Here’s one of my all-time favorites. ;)

"You are tolerable, I suppose": a humorous Pride and Prejudice valentine featuring Mr. Darcy

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How grapes are made

I’ve always wondered, haven’t you? ;)

Photo via Minimiam: how grapes are made

 

More whimsy from the Minimiam artists here.

 

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I will not buy any more books . . .

Bookworm problems."I will not buy any more books until I've read all the ones I've got:" via Someecards

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It’s finished!

Me, after I’ve finished a book I totally love.

"Jove Decadent" by Ramon Casas i Carbo.

“Jove Decadent” by Ramon Casas i Carbo

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All characters wait here

A surprisingly accurate depiction of my writing process.

"All characters wait here": a comic by Tom Gauld.

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Abandoned Books

*sob*

Cartoon by Tom Gauld: Abandoned Books

by Tom Gauld

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Cosmopolitan, Regency style? Yes, please!

Hahaha, I’d totally subscribe to this.

Image: a mock edition of Cosmopolitan magazine, with a Regency-era twist

via the Jane Austen Centre on Twitter

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And later on . . .

This makes me smile.
Photo of a baby and a large dog looking at each other; the caption reads "And later on . . . when you learn to walk and run, we can chase cats!"

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People who use bookmarks . . . and monsters

I have to admit two things. One: I’m a total bookmark person. (Almost anything will work in a pinch: envelopes, receipts, a movie ticket, Post-it notes, a piece of string . . .) Two: I have gotten huffy when people have dog-eared books I’m fond of.

A cartoon: There are two types of people. People who use bookmarks . . . and monsters.

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