Most have been previously posted elsewhere.
A Hooper’s Hen is also called a Thicken.
It lays chicken-shaped eggs.
[Found here, may have originated on Reddit. The egg is real.]
Hot Links con Huevos y Salchichas
These are Maori War Faces (minus one).
Her knees are real and they’re fabulous.
I hear, “Brain Needle.” It’s The McGurk Effect. Oh, and I hear “Yanny.”
If you ever need to fold a 5 dollar bill into something completely awesome, this is how.
Retiree uses a common Microsoft program to create artwork, and it’s NOT MSPaint. He uses MSExcel.
Guess which three countries contribute the most to plastic pollution of the oceans, then click here.
My respect for the late Muhammad Ali just went down a notch or two. Ohio Democrat Congressman Wayne Hays, Sly Stone, an unidentified British Jew and Ali discussed racism on The Mike Douglas Show.
[Top image: That’s Bambi Nicklen’s heel. Story here.]
Eieren Blazen Oops
“Can I get a bridge for this shot?”
Yes, that’s a billiards table. No, they weren’t playing billiards, they were blowing eggs. In Amsterdam. The Amsterdammers blow eggs, and they call it Eieren Blazen.
[Image and story found here.]
High Cholesterol Hot Links
Mime Wall is awesome.
The lightning flash captured here happened during a May 20 storm not far from the Florida Tech campus in Melbourne. It was recorded at 7,000 frames per second using a high-speed camera.
(3-1) Dimensions = Cool Illusions. Wait for the last one [via].
A waste is a terrible thing to mind.
“When I was a boy, we had to walk to… oh wait. Nevermind.”
[Top image from here.]
There was a reason the nursery rhyme didn’t mention an egg. According to Wiki, the earliest known publication was in 1803:
According to the Oxford English Dictionary the term “humpty dumpty” referred to a drink of brandy boiled with ale in the seventeenth century. The riddle probably exploited, for misdirection, the fact that “humpty dumpty” was also eighteenth-century reduplicative slang for a short and clumsy person.
Although there are other unproven theories that the rhyme references an historical figure or event, Humpty Dumpty was merely a riddle of the “What Am I” sort, and the answer was “an egg.” (And ten dozen guys couldn’t figure out how to make an omelette?) Try this one:
I am white
And wet to touch;
I can blind
If you stare too much.
The .Gif Friday Post No.209 – Egg Break, Pigeon Vent, Monkey Wash
The .Gif Friday Post No.190 – Turtle WIN, Muttering Egg, Monkey WIN
One Easter Egg
A Kosovo Serb peels an Easter egg during an Orthodox Easter service in a fire-gutted Serbian church, burned in 2004 by ethnic Albanians, in Mitrovica, 40 kilometres (30 miles) north of the Kosovo capital Pristina, April 5, 2010.
[More great images, including this one, from here. The history of the Easter Egg may be found here.]