Dear, Cats: Where They Do Not Belong tumblr. Thank you for curating the most perfect blog ever. Now I can spend my days scrolling through photos of where cats do not belong. Like, for instance, here:
or here (Except I would never kick you out of that box if it makes you so happy):
or here (you think you’re a dog, right?):
Or here (don’t eat my lunch!): Read more…
Someone hand this poor cat the remote so he can watch Oprah’s Lifeclass
Moment of silence for Marty, the inspiration behind Nyan Cat. RIP Marty
Proof that seals evolved from Golden Retrievers
Actually, YouTube’s Board of Directors is all-feline
Planet of the lions. It will happen. Read more…
I’m so thankful my mom hasn’t seen Nyan Cat because she was all into that Hampton the Hamster dance stuff. Somehow, Nyan Cat manages to be even more annoying than that song was and I can’t imagine listening to it on repeat at home.
The Fine Bros rounded up a bunch of ‘elders’ to get their reaction to the video and wise words of wisdom (especially from Don).
Here are some of their best reactions:
“He’s got rainbow farts.”
“In Japan they have little figurines for each city and it would be something looking like that.”
“The worse it is the more popular it is. I mean, look at the Kardashians.”
“How long does this last?”
“Is this supposed to hypnotize me or something?”
“It’s like an old record and the needle got stuck.”
“I feel like that animal’s my friend.”
“Is it a way to test monitors to see how long it takes for someone to break it?
Watch it here:
There’s a certain person in this office who shall remain unnamed (Casey, it’s definitely Casey) who really appreciates the Nyan Cat. So if he indeed plans to blast Nyan Cat in celebration of its winning meme of the year, I will most certainly be cowering under the table with industrial headphones.
I learned the hard way the first time round, that the Pop Tart cat sings the most annoyingly catchy song in the WORLD.
As I said, that little cat — that came from nothing and went so far — won Meme of the Year at The Webby Awards last night, which is basically like the Oscars here at andPOP. The cat beat out Michelle Bachmann eyes, Texts from Hillary (Clinton) and Neil DeGrasse Tyson.
One of my personal faves, Shit Girls Say, got major kudos too as Juliette Lewis and Graydon Sheppard were named best actresses for the YouTube series. Instead of yawn-worthy, drawn out novels, the winner’s speeches were all five words or less. Lewis and Sheppard kept their simple, with an edge of mystery, as they said: ”We just want to thank …” and left the stage.
There were many Ryan Gosling wins and mentions. An unidentified rep for Pinterest (which won the Webby for social media) accepted by saying: “Pinterest loves you, Ryan Gosling!” Since, hey girl, everyone obvs loves to pin Gosling. Funny or Die also scored a Webby for its Drunk History of Christmas, which starred Gosling, Jim Carrey and Gosling’s girlfriend Eva Mendes.
Watch Nyan Cat here: