Halloween Snack Tray, Betty Boop & Mickey Mouse (plus CA fire escape)

[Image found here.]

I really am sorry about posting that as far as you know, so check out our Halloween archives instead. If that’s not enough, try these oddities from 1933:

Happy Halloween!

Meanwhile, THIS is scary:

Stay safe.


Mickey Balloon Nightmare

Comes complete with steel hooks that will rip the flesh off your body while you sleep. Good night, children…
[Image & caption found here.]

Cloudy with a 40% chance of Hot Links

How to ruin the game of Darts.

What if James Brown didn’t feel good? This amused me.

Angry customer complaint dates to 1750BC.

Can you spot the error(s) in this 1816 painting? I spotted three. Okay, 2-1/2. [Found here.]

I, kea.

It’s called the WTF Mobile.

From the Holy Crap Department: A dwarf star trapped by a black hole (only 2.5x the distance between the Earth and the Moon away)  completes an orbit every 28 minutes –  at a velocity of 1% of the speed of light!

All you need to know about developing nuclear weaponry.

What did Donald Trump Tweet about YOU? Find out here.

Q: Why did early cartoon characters wear gloves?
1.  Speed.
2.  Contrast.
3.  They were minstrels.
The correct answer is 4. All of the above.

Another Great Gift Idea: Chinese Mickey Grits


[Found here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No. 22 – What’s Wrong With This Picture?


Try to find at least three things wrong with this picture. Leave your best guesses in the comments section, and I’ll post the correct answers on next week’s .gif Friday Post.

No hints and no cheating. Don’t be fooled… it’s tougher than you think. Ready, set, GO!

[More odd .gif animations here.]

China Denies Reverse Engineering Mice


呼和浩特 (從Strutts通訊社滑稽的荒唐) –

「沒有法律版權在老鼠設計! 我們的所有是拆卸我們捉住的那个,創造一個較不昂貴的方式做他們,放回他們一起,并且他們是,像新一樣。 然後我們賣他們到美國,美國人吃他們。「

[Photographic evidence provided by Sourfizz. English to Traditional Chinese translator may be found here. The re-translation back to English is close enough for Bunk. Bite the wax tadpole.]

UPDATE: Although the post preview displayed actual chinese characters, WordPress changed them to question marks in the final post. Here is the re-translation from Traditional Chinese to English:

Huhhot (from the Strutts news agency funny absurd) –

Mr. hu denies China is violates the copyright law through the disassemblage mouse.
“Does not have the legal copyright in the mouse design! We all are that which disassembles us to seize, creates a not expensive way to be them, returns them together, and they are, new is likely same. Then we sell them to arrive US, the American eat them.”

How can you argue with that?

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