It’s Friday and it got here super fast this week so here’s a super fast snack!
These New Figurative Wooden Sculptures Dissolve Into Pixelated Cubes and it’s like 8-bit sculptures.
This parody of The Sound Of Silence by Simon and Garfunkel, entitled The Sounds Of Starbucks by Tim Hawkins is very well done. Thanks to Greg Simmons for sharing it with us in the ChurchMag Facebook Group!
Paid my respects to Alexander & Eliza in the PS4 pic.twitter.com/BsN5COWGfl
— 🧛🏽♀️The NYTimes Best-HELLing Authorror (@Lin_Manuel) October 23, 2018
Hamilton gamers will appreciate this.
me, in bed staring at my phone for hours without plugging it in even though the cord is right next to me and ignoring all the low battery alerts and then having my phone die: nno why do bad things keep happening to me
— jonny sun (@jonnysun) October 21, 2018
Vests are confusing.
— Eric Dye (@DYECASTING) October 19, 2018
It’s a longsleeved shirt with the long sleeves cut off. Is it to keep one warmer or cooler?
fun fact: all of spiderman's villains are based on spiders' real life predators: robot octopus, goblin with a flying surfboard, mafia boss, sand, alien symbiote. all of them
— ann (@omically) October 18, 2018
He’s not wrong.
Doctor Who: The only show where one week there's a moving episode about racial equality and human rights and the next you're dealing with alien spiders.
— John Wilkerson (@jwilkers) October 22, 2018
Doctor Who keepin’ it real, relatable, and current.
Littlest sis: I'm glad I'm growing taller, bc when I was little my neck used to hurt looking up to you all the time bc I was short.
Me: *starts thinking deeply about how hard we try looking up to people, trying to be like them, and when to know it's not worth the “neck pain”*
— allison dye (@alliedye) October 20, 2018
Gettin’ all deep on Twitter.
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