Snowball the cockatoo gets down to Queen's 'Another One Bites The Dust.' YouTube link (via Laughing Squid) The Presurfer
PNUT, the finger tutting dancer seen in Taylor Swift‘s “Shake It Off” video, demonstrates his craft in various locations around San Francisco in a new video by Status Silver. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Timo the Ragdoll, a beautiful and incredibly laid-back cat, discovered that an infant’s Maxi Cosi car seat can also effectively double as a a comfortable and amusing feline entertainment center. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Self-described “creative engineer” Collin Cunningham gives a detailed look at how an oscilloscope works and when to use one in a recent video by Adafruit Industries. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
The middle finger is ready for its close-up. In this compilation posted by YouTube channel supercutonline, characters from 161 films flip the bird. One little gesture can say so much, can't it? H/T Laughing Squid -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
Laughing Squid contributing writer Glen Tickle cracks jokes about his unfortunate last name, being a father, and substitute teaching in a short video clip of one of his stand-up routines. Glen’s currently in the running for a Cozi TV comedy search, and interested parties can vote for him on Cozi TV’s website.
A Secret Society That Plans Civilized Brunches in Unusual Circumstances The elusive Alameda Sea Squirrel dining on a cocktail weenie Photo by Rusty Blazenhoff [via devilduck via Laughing Squid] Cocktail weenies! The epitome of sophisticated deliciousness!
It is with three heavy yet hopeful squid hearts that I bid you farewell, dearest squid readers. My whirlwind time as contributing editor at Laughing Squid has been a wonderful experience thanks to Scott Beale, tentacles past and present, and your fascinating feedback. Until our paths cross again (and after that too), please be kind. […]
Gaigai Wuwu the cat is a such a boss, he can balance things in his sleep. Our friends at Laughing Squid have many more photos of Gaigai Wuwu showing off.
“Endless Gravity” is a short film by Alex Soloviev comprised of beautiful 14-bit RAW video of underwater life paired with music by Astropilot and the poem “The Sea-Limits” by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Inspired by a story about a beautiful friendship between a puppeteer and a former community activist that he first read on Laughing Squid, filmmaker David Friedman decided to explore the subject further and created “Rick & Doris: An Unconventional Friendship in New York City. With Puppets,” a short original piece for the newly formed AARP […]
Sometimes you just have to know where to look. (Laughing Squid.) Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: grillas
Demon Ape has created an amusing short video that showcases a number of movie posters featuring the same actors doing the same things like Eddie Murphy constantly raising his eyebrows. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
San Francisco artist (and Laughing Squid friend) Charlie Gadeken was recently commissioned by Absolut to create a uniquely pyrotechnic dance floor for their Absolut Nights series. The event took place in a glass cube that was temporarily placed in Bushveld of Johannesburg, South Africa. In the bushveld of Johannesburg, Absolut joined forces with fire artist, […]
Bright-eyed eight-month-old baby Jonah adorably plays every instrument and claps along to the music in “Baby Band” by Joe Penna. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Move over, Tiny Hamsters! In an entirely unrelated heap of cute, these tiny tortoises eat stacks of tiny pancakes. LOOK AT THEIR CUTE LITTLE TONGUES. (via Laughing Squid)
Artist Zachary Johnson has released an animated GIF movie poster for director George Miller‘s new film, Mad Max: Fury Road, that he made out of oil paints. image via Zachary Johnson submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
[I’ll tuck myself in, no worries.] (Laughing Squid.)Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: OMGponies
“Someday, little friend, I will tell you about the very first Kickstarter.” Dear Laughing Squid readers and cephalopods: This is my 7,240th post as Senior Contributing Writer for this esteemed web publication. It is also, I am sad to say, my last. I am leaving the mollusk media to embark on new projects and adventures. […]
Spike Your Summer BBQs with These Steel Unicorns of the Sea! In June 2013 we wrote about artist Melissa Dowell‘s efforts to raise money through Kickstarter that would allow her to bring her whimsical set of Narwhal Barbecue Skewers to market. Her campaign was fully and successfully funded and nearly two years later, we’re happy […]