We’ve previously reported that cats are secretly building an army, so you should be worried that in combination with these death stares they’re pretty much ready to eliminate humans and take over the world.
The knitted and crocheted balaclavas here in this gallery are definitely not your average cable knit made with love by grandma, and the people who make these crazy pieces of knitwear clearly don’t take themselves too seriously. That’s kind of refreshing, isn’t it? So join the fun and have a laugh at some of the weirdest things to have ever happened to an innocent ball of yarn!
For his amazing series “Knitted Camouflage”, British photographer Joseph Ford enlisted the yarn skills of Nina Dodd to create custom sweaters that exactly match the surrounding environment. These photos became so popular that they spawned a book “Invisible Jumpers” which is available on Amazon. Scroll down to see some of the best examples!
When it comes to absolutely pointless photoshopping projects, this one definitely is one of the scariest. Damn you Al Gore for inventing the internet back in the 1980s so we have to look at this gallery today!
Lisa Foxcroft takes this stuffed (dead) fox everywhere with her, whether it’s out to the shops to get milk, for a ride on the bus, or to the club to get drunk. “He was a Christmas miracle, a magical gift from a friend, the gift that keeps on giving. I do take him absolutely everywhere and I do get some strange looks – people often ask me what he is and why I have him. They often ask to hold him and take selfies – everyone has been really nice.” What’s his name? She calls him Baby Jesus. Honestly… what the…?
There are boat names and then there are boat names. And there are boats that are named by dads.
It’s amazing how the meaning of the same quote changes when you put it over a different photo…
Etsy is well known as a clearing house where eclectic crafters can sell their knit, painted, and hot-glued artworks. But it’s also full of boyfriends forced to model their girlfriends’ wares. Let’s have moment of silence for all these wretched creatures abused for economic gains by their Etsy girlfriends!