Jason Weisberger at 8:31 am Sat, Jan 19, 2013
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The bow tie really makes this work.
It’s a Duff World today.
Oh God, its moving
stop the ride i need to get off
IT BURNS IT BURNS
Makes me think of Louis Wain:
I’ve never come across him before. He’s a fascinating artist. Thanks.
All hail Hypnocat.
I’ve been HYPMEOWTIZED!
I’ve never seen an animated JPG before this.
i just had a seizure.
The new Doctor Who is really pushing the envelope these days.
The catnip just kicked in.
Better be careful – it may lead you to a life of insanity.
I can dig that kind if insanity.
Need immobile-unicorn chaser.
Aaaaaaa… my eyes!!! And I’m getting a headache! … Why can’t I look away??????
Sudden, I have an urge to give fish to cats.
Ow, my balls!
What bow tie??
Am I alone in wanting to know the mathematical reason why that works?
Why yes. Yes you are.
Although if you find out. Let me know. ;)
It seems to be the microsaccades.
Jason, from now on, please keep your grubby mitts off Caturday. Mmmmk?
I welcome our new bow-tie wearing kitteh overloads.
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