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I wonder if they serve Tex-Mezzo…?

(sniff)

(sniff)

Total Riff Off: Aggro Mantis Shrimp | National Geographic Channel

……………Please don’t let this be an elaborately-planned April Fool’s joke - we need this!

georgetakei:

Thank goodness thought bubbles aren’t real or visible. http://ift.tt/1o86mIG

georgetakei:

Thank goodness thought bubbles aren’t real or visible. http://ift.tt/1o86mIG

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Mar 8
With 2 robots and a friend

With 2 robots and a friend

the-wolf-and-moon:

Eye of the Cosmos

the-wolf-and-moon:

Eye of the Cosmos

oldtobegin:

annicka:

me

almost forgot about this

……..Morans, as in Erin Moran?  Sorry, there’s only one and she loves Chachi

oldtobegin:

annicka:

me

almost forgot about this

……..Morans, as in Erin Moran?  Sorry, there’s only one and she loves Chachi

theanimationarchive:

Did you guys know that carrots are actually bad for rabbits? They’re too high in sugar and can lead to tooth decay and other serious health defects in our furry little friends. So why did Bugs Bunny eat them all the time? Because of Clark Gable, that’s why.

The reference might not seem so obvious to us know, but when Bugs first appeared in theaters over seventy years ago the audience immediately understood that when Bugs ate a carrot and talked with his mouth full; he was parodying Clark Cable in Frank Capra’s It Happened One Night (1934).

It turns out that, according to Friz Freleng’s unpublished memoirs, that It Happened One Night was one the animators favorite films and that at least three characteristics of Bugs Bunny are based on the film. Besides Clark Gable inspiring Bugs’ carrot addiction; his personality was based on Oscar Shapely, a minor character in the film who consistently referred to Gable as Doc. Not only that, the famous Rabbit was named after Bugs Dooley; an imaginary character mentioned in the film.

Sure, It Happened One Night is considered to be one the best romantic comedies of all time, and it might have been directed by Frank Capra, who’s arguably the greatest American film director ever; but this might be one of those rare cases where the parody has outlived the original reference.

georgetakei:

When you get it… http://ift.tt/1np2lzl

georgetakei:

When you get it… http://ift.tt/1np2lzl