Saturday, April 19, 2014

The Morning After

(via Fark)

Dancing on a Street Corner

Andrew Wilcox lost a basketball game to his brother, for the first time ever. They had a bet on the game that the loser had to dance on a street corner in Provo, Utah, to whatever music the winner selects. He thought it was going to be humiliating, until people started joining him! The obvious reaction: “And that, kids, is how I met your mother.” (via reddit)

Friday, April 18, 2014


It's a Poopy Trap!

It's a poopy trap! After peace has prevailed in a galaxy far far away, the mighty rebel admiral retired from military service and started his own diaper cleaning service. And he's already got a handy motto, courtesy of NeatoShop artist Matt Sinor.

Check out Matt's Facebook and Twitter pages, then head on over to his NeatoShop for more amazing designs. Not a trap, we promise:

AnchorMinion Caffrey's Taffy Batmanuel What Time Is It?
View more designs by Matt Sinor

Isn't It Romantic?

Miss Cellania's Links

A Few facts You May Not Know About Mickey Rooney.

The Minimum Wage Worker Strikes Back.

Nine Legendary Ship's Cats. (via the Presurfer)

The Vietnam War Draft Lottery.

Cannabis Under The Microscope.

Learning to Love Death: New Museum Takes a Walk on the Shadow Side. 

Hilarious Photos of Pizza in the Wild. Photographer Jonpaul Douglass has found a following with his strange series featuring our favorite food.

20 Things You Might Not Know About Kill Bill: Vol. 1 & 2. You won’t believe the amount of fake blood they went through -or maybe you will.

An Illustrated Guide To Why This Winter Has Been So Brutal. And aren’t you glad it’s over!

This 13-Year-Old Girl Hunts With Golden Eagles. She’s carrying on a Mongolian traditional usually preserved for males.

Have You Hugged Your Chicken Today?

Aww, all this hen wants is a little love! It just makes you want to run out to the barnyard and hug a few, doesn’t it? Remember, these two probably know each other. Your mileage may vary. (via Daily of the Day)

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Catalog Pickpocket

Playing Jenga with Heavy Equipment

One surefire way to get the internet’s attention is to take something that was already fun and make it so big that someone could get hurt. In this case, it’s a super sized game of Jenga, although for copyright reasons, they call the game “Stack.” The playing pieces are 600-pound blocks of wood. The players are operating five different pieces of heavy equipment (excavators and telehandlers, etc.) in this promotional video from Cat® Products (Caterpillar). When the stack finally tips over, you’d better get out of the way fast! The behind-the-scenes video is pretty amazing, too.


(via reddit)

Flying Firefighter

A Russian fire department found a unique way to pass the time. How many fire hoses does it take to levitate a flying carpet? And what could possibly go wrong? I have to wonder how many videos were recorded before they got this one. And how many bumps and bruises were involved in the research. (via The Chive)


Need awesome T-shirts? Who you gonna call? NeatoShop artist Jonathan Berger AKA JRBERGER, of course! (Back off, man - he's a professional T-shirt designer!)

Visit Jonathan's official website and Facebook page, then check out his NeatoShop for more nifty designs:

The Walking Mini Star Invader The Captain Bounty Hunter
View more designs by JRBERGER

Remember, a portion of every NeatoShop item you buy through this website helps to support Miss Cellania.

Order your Miss Cellania T-shirt at the NeatoShop, too!

The Original Predator Look

The original design for the alien in the movie Predator was not the look that ended up in the film. It was not amenable to an actor actually walking around it, much less performing martial arts, as Jean-Claude van Damme thought he would. Ultimately, van Damme was replaced by 7’ 2” actor Kevin Peter Hall, not only because of his disgust with the role, but also because he was so much smaller than Arnold Schwarzenegger and Carl Weathers. Let’s get another look at that costume.


See more pictures from the Predator set, and the full 3-hour interview, at the Stan Winston School of Character Arts. (via Metafilter)

Miss Cellania's Links

15 Facts You Might Not Know about Murder, She Wrote. It was a long-running successful show that has never been imitated.

19 Vintage Easter Bunny Photos That Will Make Your Skin Crawl. Only the kids noticed how creepy they were.

His mother thought he might be exaggerating the bullying he suffered at school, so a student recorded an incident on his iPad. Guess who was punished for invading the bullies’ “expectation of privacy”?

24 Awesome Librarian Tattoos.

Baby Hummingbirds in the Nest.

If you think the articles in Wikipedia are too long to read, there’s a new Tumblr ready to enlighten you on all manner of subjects: TL;DR Wikipedia. (via Metafilter)

Study: The U.S. Is an Oligarchy Instead of a Democracy. (via Daily of the Day)

7 Things You Might Not Know About David Letterman, The King Of Late Night. One of them is going to make you cry.

The Russian fire department has a jaw-dropping way to pass the time. How many fire hoses does it take to make a firefighter fly?

Make Your Own Easter Basket Treats! No need to buy them at the store, and you can have them any time of the year.

Cat in the Box

(via reddit)

Does a Bear Fall in the Woods?

Animal welfare officials were called when a bear was spotted 30 feet up in a tree in Panama City, Florida. The 250-pound bear was shot with a tranquilizer gun. To catch the falling bear, the crew erected a tarp as a sort of net a few feet off the ground. But a tarp is not as strong as a 250-pound bear falling from a 30-foot height, as anyone should have figured out. The bear tore right through and hit the ground with a splat. The bear was uninjured, and fortunately, slept right through the ordeal. (via Arbroath)