Number Five - Nothing Funnier than Cats Print
Friday, 09 February 2007 00:00
Number Five - Nothing Funnier than CatsI'd like someone to sow me something that is funnier than cats. Cat pictures? Hilarious. Cat videos? Genuinely laugh out loud funny, on the verge of urinating in one's own trousers. I don't know why, but I can be having a really shit day and I can see a funny cat and it makes the world seem right. I think instead of sending soldiers into Iraq, just send funny cats. The world would be a better place.

This week: Funny Cats, Funny Baby, Big Boxes, Magic, Spiders, Sand, and more.

We've all seen some of the funny cat pictures, but here's a web page devoted to them, and they're all here plus more. There's nothing funnier than cats.

The Big Box Project
Microsoft no longer send out boxes for you to send them your broken 360. Aggrieved at the news this guy established that whatever box he sends his 360 in, his console will be returned in, and now is trying to arrange the biggest box he can. We're talking shipping containers here.

The Voco Clock
Keep getting up grumpy? Not a morning person? Get this alarm clock, it soothes you into wakefulness with such phrases as "I'm so sorry to disturb you sir, but it appears to be morning. Very inconvenient, I agree, sir. I believe it is the rotation of the earth which is to blame, sir." All voiced by Stephen Fry.
Funny Looking Baby
How do you take a picture of a baby making a bloody funny face, and make it funnier. This is how.

Every day thousands of items are listed on eBay with descriptions containing spelling mistakes. These items often expire with no bids on them as no-one can find them. That's where AuctionEgg comes in, search for a Playstation3 and get auctions for a paysatition3 etc, yay!

Animal Outfits
I once tried making animal outfits out of clothes and things, but failed miserably. This guys has achieved what I thought was impossible. Very clever.
Worst Website of the Week
Wost website of the week is a self proclaimed crappy website "Rina's Crappy Website", and it's on Tripod. The reason I've mentioned it is that it's still in production and is all about a lovely 22 year old New Yorker. I think she has potential, so let's encourage her to get it up to scratch (preferably with more pictures).

Beat boxing Mario Theme on Flute
This guy is pretty damn good. Not only can he play the Super Mario Brothers theme tune on a flute, but he can beatbox through the whole thing too! Guess what, it's great!

Sneaker Magic
David Blaine style this guy does some magic on people in the street, and involves his trainers!

Do You Speak English?
A classic sketch from BigTrain (I think) involving Simon Pegg (who is a comedy genius).

Spiders on Drugs
In the 1960s, Dr. Peter Witt gave drugs to spiders and observed their effects on web building. This short film shows the amazing results of the experiment.

Amazing Car Crash
This is one hell of a crash during a Nascar warm-up lap. Looking at the aftermath, the car is demolished, yet the guy walks away!

Crayzee Folding Chair
Have you got a load of people coming round, but only one chair? Make sure it's this chair. It works like... erm... a slinky maybe, and can be expanded as needed. I want one.

Falling Sand
I could sit here for hours and play with this, waddayamean it's Tuesday?!

Sword of Orion
Remember the R-Type games of old? This is a web clone and is just the same. I used to love R-Type when I was a kid, and have been stuck on this one for ages.

So there we go, I know you lot have been pining for it for the last few weeks, but now we're back on track... until the next time I have some kind of drama.

If you're being chased by a police dog, try not to go through a tunnel, then on to a little seesaw, then jump through a hoop of fire. They're trained for that! - Milton Jones

I thought coq au vin was love in a lorry. - Victoria Wood

Brigands demand your money or your life; women require both. - Samuel Butler

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