The .Gif Friday Post No. 791 – Jungle Boy, Dunk Diver & Downdraft Birds

[Found here, here and here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No. 789 – Snow Spooks, Learning to Trunk & A Twurky

[Found here, here and here.]

THE Family Photo

“My great-grandmother worked for a photography studio in the 80’s. She was watching us one day and decided to surprise my mother with professional photos of the three of us. This gem was one of the pictures. It’s safe to say that my mother never put this one in a photo frame and it’s the center of family laughter when we bring out the photo albums around the holidays. I love how my sisters look so cute in the corner of the photo while I am in a food coma floating in the sky.”

THE perfect office desk family photo.

[Image & caption found here.]

The .Gif Post No. 757- Bouncy Bouncy Blobbies, Toddler Twirling & A Stormy Night

[Found here, here and here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No. 756 – Headbangin’ Baby, Wigglin’ Pup & Dancin’ a Happy

[Found here, here and here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No. 753 – Owl & Pussycat, Little Acid Eater & A Flailin’ Baby Elephant

Found here and here. Little elephants don’t gain trunk control until they’re older [h/t Gord S.].

The .Gif Friday Post No. 722 – Colorado Slider, Little Bat Flaps & ABBA-Ka-Dabba

[Found here, here and here; h/t Aimee L. for Batbaby.]

Paludicolous Hot Links

Fatty Patty, Lee Pickett & The Screamers (1958) Lee Pickett (rhythm guitar and slap bass) joined up with Marvin Ross (lead guitar) and Paul Jennings (drums) and recorded Fatty Patty and She Left Me With The Blues in a Denver basement. Marvin recalled, “We only used ‘Lee Pickett & The Screamers’ for that one record & a few promotional bookings.  Jolt Records picked the name for us, but by then we had taken the name of the Blue Rhythms.”

There’s Bob.

Basic.Dude.Stuff.

Dance this mess around.

I can’t explain this illusion.

Star Maps and Stick Charts.

Small Rectangle Thump Tray.

Non-newtonian fluid on speakers.

Live report from Hoover Street [via].

Send your name to the moon on a thumb drive.

[Top image found in here, which links to this, and that’s all I know about it.]


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