Part man, part cat. And he has a sense of humor and a slammin' bod. Swoon! (The cat in the back looks a little jealous.)
I had to post this because a) I love the idea of a "husband kitteh" and b) I gotta give props to the "big hairy deal" formulation. That really is making something a big deal!
I'll admit it now, I really love the awful lolspeak and lolcats, and I'm surprised by how much it's taken off. At first it was just something that people who spend too much time on the internet understood, and now almost everyone has seen the cheezburger cat that started it all. (If you have no idea what I'm talking about, check out these lolcat examples.)
So why am I talking about lolcats? Well, the folks at Jones Soda — yes the ones responsible for dirt flavored soda — want to put pictures of them on their bottles. That's right, lolcats will be in your stores adorning your soda!
Right now there's a contest to find the best lolcat for the labels. You can vote on other submissions or submit one yourself. You have until Apr. 25 to do it, so get cracking! I think this is so fun, u noes wut i meanz?
"Cats and captions — like reason and argument, poetry and prose, wine and cheese — it's a combination that today we take for granted." Thus begins Ben Burrns's (Ken Burns's feline-lovin' bro?) seminal history of the LOL cats phenomenon. From Happy Cat who wants a cheeseburger, to Ceiling Cat who's watching you masturbate, The History of LOL Cats will teach you all you wanted to know about the history of the cat/caption craze. I need to start donating more to PBS, with this kind of outstanding programming.