To help combat a steady wave of shoplifting a 7-Eleven store in the Japanese region of Kanto is requesting the public’s assistance.
A pilfering feline has stolen hundreds of yen worth of cat food from the helpless convenience store.
The cat is described as three-apples-tall, black, and walks in an aloof manner. It’s believed to be armed and dangerous and neither police nor 7-Eleven advise the public to try and lure it in with promises of head-scritches.
(via Nothing To Do With Arbroath: Japanese 7-Eleven requests public’s help in stopping feline crimewave)
To be fair, hundreds of yen is probably one tin
Are we going to talk about the fact the Japanese police apparently measure the height of cats in apples?
Lily Allen’s continuing misadventures with “feminism” aside, this reminded me of that article written by a woman about a few things women wore that men she knew didn’t like, and how devastated Tumblr was.
What’s the betting “How To Be A Man, by Women” won’t receive anywhere near the same amount of scrutiny?
What is it with people thinking that “What I personally happen to like in a man/woman” also means: “These are the rules all men and women must live by”?
Leave people the hell alone to wear what they want and spend as much or as little time “in front of the mirror” as they like.
all of buffy → badass buffy
↪ "I’m going to kill them all. That ought to distract them."
Love Buffy when she gets all “100% done with this bull. Shit just got real.”
Some Black Widow Footage to Kick off Your Weekend
Not much longer until Captain America: The Winter Soldier hits screens and her we have a mini-feature on Black Widow played by Scarlett Johansson. Who is awesome. And pregnant! Which led to some really idiotic comments on i09 this week.
I have to wonder if the people who think Scarlett’s pregnancy is going to be some kind of insurmountable problem have heard of special effects? Have they seen Captain America? Where Chris Evans is a runty little weedy guy in the first part of the movie, before being turned into a gorgeous hunk of prime beef for the rest of it? I’m sure between the use of doubles and computer effects they’ll have no problem working around Scarlett’s bump.
Danish ambassador says “Vikings brought sarcastic sense of humour to Britain"
Sarcasm, understatement and irony can be traced back to the Viking era claims Claus Grube, the Danish Ambassador, as he says the similar sense of humour between Denmark and the UK originates from our shared cultural heritage
I find this strangely easy to believe…