Spiritual tiger. #tinderguyswithtigers
Once you see it, you’ll notice it everywhere.
Different types of hats, but the same grip. Daft Punk’s not fooling anybody.
Entirely true stories from two hotel concierges in times square.
GUEST: That rotating restaurant in Times Square—think we can get in there for Valentine’s Day?
CONCIERGE: I believe they are fully committed for the night.
GUEST: Hm. Guess we should have planned ahead. There’s a restaurant we passed along the way. Chipotle Mexican Grill. Is it good?
CONCIERGE: It’s literally my favorite restaurant in the city.
GUEST: Good for Valentine’s Day?
CONCIERGE: For me? Yes. Good idea. For you? We can find something else.
A modern spin on Puss in Boots – a cat, named Gucci, photographed wearing tights.
Color palettes inspired by Wes Anderson movies.
Steve Zissou: Don’t point that gun at him, he’s an unpaid intern.
Documents the ways in which the New York Times writes around expletives.
When the woman behind me asked what was written on the back of the shirt in big pink letters, I was obliged to tell her: It was a derogatory word for gay men, followed, alliteratively, by “freak.”
The Residents supply music for the puppet dance
Pee Wee’s Playhouse, 1987
Photos and GIFs of goofy dogs. Perfect for a Friday.