Anyhow, I thought I would repost something I had originally posted in July. Not too many people saw this post, but I had so much fun creating it!
I'll be posting something new for Pink Saturday!
Have you ever heard of LOLcats? If you have the same sense of humor as me, you will find them hilarious! They are funny pictures of cats that have captions, often in broken English or baby talk, as if the cat was talking. You can find out more about the phenomenon of LOLcats in Wikipedia. Thanks to Flickr Toys, you can make your own LOLcats captions to your own photos which I had WAY too much fun with, but first, I thought you'd like to see some examples from the websites themselves. The first two are from the LOLcats site.
The next few are from the I can has cheezburger site. Feeling the funny yet? If not, these will get you there.
When I came across the LOLcat generator on Flickr toys, I knew I was going to have too much fun. I spent the rest of the evening playing with it and adding captions to my pictures. Sorry, no fun places to blog about, no cool projects or pretty things from my house to show today. I wasted my time on juvenile humor and laughing my silly head off. And darn, does it feel good! Ok, be forewarned, a couple of these are a tiny bit rated PG.
First I lolcatted the dog. There is some sense of irony in that.
Then Dino the dinosaur got targeted.
Not even my poor children were safe.
I hope you had as much fun as I did. I laughed and laughed, but then again, I am a card carrying member of The Much Too Easily Amused Club.
You can make badges on Flickr toys too. Again, too much fun.
Hope you had a laugh! It's the best therapy around!