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I told my dog there are going to be three more Avatar movies – here's his reaction

“Hey Conny, guess what?!? There’s going to be three more Avatar movies!”

dog-says-meh

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I told my dog there was going to be a fifth Transformers movie – here's his reaction

“Hey Rocky, guess what?!? There’s going to be a fifth Transformers movie!”

Cat Blog (10/20/14)

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The cats were gonna do a ying yang thing for this photo, but they were all, “F— that shiz.”
Cats are lazy.

Burger King is expensive (in Hawaii)

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I don’t eat meat, so this doesn’t effect me, but nevertheless, that’s one spicy Whopper.

Those are meal prices, by the way – not just the sandwich. But still. I guess they have to ship everything in from the mainland so you get the authentic Burger King experience.

“Hi, I have a Porsche and I’m bad at parking… On purpose.”

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You have to love how far people will go to let you know they’re a a-hole. I would never advocate damaging another person’s property, but if you were to accidentally key this guy’s driver side door, I certainly wouldn’t be mad at you.

Saturday Dog Blog

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Maggie was all, “I’m your faithful companion and I’m in it till the end. Let’s fix these shelves…  Oh, still not done, huh?  Ok, goodnight.”

"I wanna know, have you ever seen the rain?" (photo)

This photograph of rain is just another example of me taking pictures of stuff I didn’t think I could take pictures of in the first place – like smoke. Too bad I never got to take any photography classes in college… I guess taking photos of any subject is simply a matter of having the right lighting and background to make said subject show up… I guess.

Anyway, yeah, – a picture of the rain. Never thought I’d get that particular shot. I presume this isn’t what Creedence was talking about.

Something's bugging me… (spoiler alert, it's an amazing spider, man!)

This spider has set up residence in the garage above the garbage cans. It’s probably a good spot for him… cycle of life, I guess. He’s welcome to stay there and do spider things until he gets too crazy with the web – then I’m bringing that knucklehead outside to be an amazing spider in the bushes.

Coca Cola is officially out of advertising ideas (truth in #advertising – #shareacoke)

Singing. Polar Bears. Celebrities. Coca Cola has literally tried it all when it comes to getting you to buy their products. Heck, they’ve even co opted Santa.

Now, they’ve co opted your name.

Yes, Coca Cola’s #shareacoke campaign is banking on the idea that you will buy a product simply because your name, or that of someone you know, is on a bottle of soda. But they’re hoping for more than that – by modifying their labels, they’re sacrificing their precious branding. They’re hoping that their current customers don’t walk past their soda on store shelves, mistaking it for a different brand. They’ve pinned the success of this campaign on the chance that we, the consumer, will recognize their color scheme and font choice. It’s as bold as it is absurd. (Oh, and I guess they’re hoping we go on social media and post things like "I #shareacoke with @creativejamieDC! Because GRAMMAR!"

On the other hand, the campaign got my attention, so maybe they’re doing something right… but of course, I didn’t buy a soda, so I guess the point is moot.

Something's bugging me… (spoiler alert, it's a moth)

I know there’s nothing in the photo for scale, but trust me when I tell you that this moth is at least two inches long. Seriously, On the real, For Real – whatever you prefer. It’s a really big moth. I first noticed the moth when the beating of his wings started knocking things over in the kitchen. The damn house shook when he landed on the wall.

So I’m saying the moth is big.

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