Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Holiday fun

Well, I don't expect to be hanging around these parts pumping out coherent thoughts over the next few day, but I thought maybe I could share a heap of amusing and diverting links of the sort useful for providing distraction from family goings-on... Enjoy!
  • From the Department of Why, we have some slightly creepy stuffed hands to comfort your baby in the crib. (via mimi smartypants)

  • From the Department of Fab, we have The Executive Coloring Book, giving a glimpse of life under The Man. (via coworker LP)

  • Tired of the same old things? Try a pinball game from the ball's perspective. Nothing will ever look the same. (via boing boing)

  • If that doesn't do it, try reprogramming your brain with one of these crazy Japanese watches, each of which seems to use a new and different way to display time. (via boing boing)

  • Where youse from? Take this very brief American accent locator to find out. Surprisingly accurate. (via PhillyFuture)

  • Buffy fans might get a kick out of this study of the population dynamics of vampires (PDF)... (via no_nym at Bitch, Ph.D)

  • And finally, in honor of the season (and more for the cuteness than the guilt), here's a cute baby turkey photo. (via Cute Overload)
hand turkey!
Happy Thanksgiving!


Knotted Knickers said...

That is a surprisingly accurate accent test! Pegged me accurately. (The last one of those I took labeled me a Southerner.)

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