Random Thursday (ˈrandəm ˈTHərzdā): the day on which Sarah plunks down all the odd bits and pieces she’s been sent by friends or has otherwise stumbled upon this week in an effort to avoid writing a real post, the assembly of which usually ends up taking twice as much time as sitting down and creating actual content.
Shall We Dance?
If this is true . . . then parenting is sort of a rhumba.
Or a breakdance challenge.
Mock the Head
Mock the Week, a BBC current event quiz show featuring a panel of comedians
—wrangled with limited success by Dara O’Briain—
is one of my favorite things ever.
I have to be careful when I watch it late at night,
because Sunny keeps dreaming that howler monkeys are laughing at her.
Janie just walks in, hands me a box of tissues, and pointedly closes the door behind her.
Braincrush City . . .
And apparently, Mr. O’Briain has plenty of brains to crush on—or room for ’em, anyway.
Library Mystery Theatre
Why did this tumblr image, celebrating the inclusion of Ace Attorney manga in a law library,
Provoke this reaction
and a lengthy argument between these two ace attorney avatars
that was only resolved by the common sense and keen eye of the person behind this avatar
who clearly understands the awesome power of a library catalog?
Click any image (or here) to find out!
You know you’re a pessimist when WordPress tells you your stats are booming today,
and your first thought
is that someone’s legal team is gathering evidence.
Kidsnippets is a series of scenarios created and voiced by kids and acted by adults.
The results are hilarious . . . and often eerily accurate.
Replace Dragons with Small Engine Repair in the one a friend sent me (hi, Siobhan!), and this is pretty much a replay of the last time I covered lunch at the main reference desk:
There are more on the Bored Shorts TV channel, if you’re interested,
including a couple of Behind the Scenes vids that are sheer awesome.