I know everyone and your mom told you to Google "do a barrel roll" today. Fun, yes? But that's not the only cool Easter egg Google is hiding. Here are 9 other nifty tricks.
These will all be on the final DVD, but you know you want to watch them now.
Fox News really doesn't understand the difference between co-ed and gender neutral dorms. They also think that transgender people are “tiny percent of society” that ruin things for everybody else. Nowhere do they mention how awesome Grinnell College is! It's a pretty rad school, if I say so myself.
Disney is awesome, and face swaps are hilarious. Together they are unstoppable! Thank you, Disney Face Swap. You made my day ten times better. (Hat tip to Paul!)
Here is Hilary Clinton's reaction to the unconfirmed capture of Gaddafi.
And I wholeheartedly agree.
Where's Waldo? At New York Comic Con! He's at your con, Waldobombing your photos. See if you can spot him in each picture.
Crabbe, what the hell are you doing with a bomb? You shouldn't mess with muggle weapons. They will only get you in trouble.
The photoshop masterminds at the Something Awful forums made "scared bros" even better. This is magic. Pure magic.
Your perception can really change in 20 years.
Mike Matas, a former user interface designer at Apple, posted a series of photos of Steve Jobs testing the Mac's Photo Booth filters back in 2005. It's a nice look at the silly side of Steve.
Finally, a recipe for us Muggles.
Police in NYC are advising women in Brooklyn to avoid wearing skirts due to the recent attacks in Park Slope. Yeah, because a rapist is not going to attack you when you're wearing sweatpants. Way to perpetuate victim blaming, NYPD.
And all the Tea Party hobbits hoot and holler.
American Apparel's XL modeling contest ended yesterday. There was a clear leader in the contest, but she was actually making fun of American Apparel's belittling view of plus-sized models. Here are her entry photos.
Perhaps it should just be a called a "pant," but don't you ever call it a skirt! This post is dedicated to the industrial goths who are awesome at dancing.
It's a work of art.
Short answer: NO! But if you really need more proof, PhD student Terri Oda breaks it down for you in a neat little slide show.
Somebody had some time on their hands.
Alicia Silverstone had 50 outfits in the entire movie! Dang. I want her closet.