TOM THE DANCING BUG: The Evolutionary Leap from Domestic Cats to Lolcats

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the memetic evolutionary leap from domestic cats to lolcats is revealed

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Published 8:30 am Wed, Nov 28, 2012

9 Responses to “TOM THE DANCING BUG: The Evolutionary Leap from Domestic Cats to Lolcats”

  1. Boundegar says:

    Only Bolling could pull this off!

  2. Michael Wiik says:

    Ceiling cat peed on our ancestors, hence the Toxoplasma Gondi infections.

  3. RedMonkey says:

    So do this mean that Tardar Sauce is the newest species in the memetic evolution of cats? – cause that cat looks pretty different. http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/tarder-sauce

  4. Andrew Lias says:

    I’m disappointed that it didn’t also discuss the selective pressures that led to the Lolrus (i.e., theft of buckets).

  5. ldobe says:

    On a slightly more serious note, what about all the cat memes from ancient Egypt? Or for that matter the cat memes of the 1800s? There are photos of very unhappy cats dressed in Victorian garb taken in the late 1800s,and they seem to have been quite popular at the time.

  6. Angryjim says:

    I just noticed. Krazy Kat, with his simple needs and misspelled dialect, shows some resemblance to the modern LOL-Cat. http://webcomicoverlook.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/kk1.png

  7. rastronomicals says:

    I thought his comics about Justice Scalia were a riot, but this . . . this is genius.

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