Desktop Goodies 11/15

I’ve always been fascinated by “visible” anatomy models. I finally have a kit, waiting to be built (it’s a real labor of love, as all the organs and parts are white and must be hand painted!). But I look forward to it. Here’s a classic:

Is he dead in the back of your van?

A lesser known medical condition…

Maybe it’s just me, but not once in my life have I thought I’d like to “relax” by having my breasts vibrate.

If you want to feel like a rainbow threw up on your bed, I’ve got the sheets for you! The lollipop (and satisfied smile) really makes this image.

Gorgeous pulp art illusion.

Octopus gargoyle! More buildings need these.

One of the most breathtaking sand sculptures I’ve ever seen.

This is a real book. Can you image, even in your wildest dreams, a more romantic title? Nevermind the fact that he appears to be strangling her.

Wow. Ads have come a long way. Now they only imply that people hate the sight of you.

Yes, please.

Most of us probably walk around having no idea how adorable baby llamas are. Now you know.

Caption contest: what is this bear telling her?


12 Responses to “Desktop Goodies 11/15”

  1. Strangertobluewater Says:

    The “Utica Fine Arts” Cover reminds me of Dandy from “American Horror Story.” That is his character in 25 years. Same creep smile.

  2. johnkutensky Says:

    My caption submission is, “You’re better off without him! He was an asshole!” Bear really looks like he’s consoling her after a break-up to me.

    I really like those visible anatomy models, too. Never had one myself, though.

  3. Caption, “Oh no he di-ent gurrrlfriend!”

  4. Strangertobluewater Says:

    The bear’s defensive body language and her protective posturing suggest that they are having a “It’s not you, it’s me” conversation, and she is on the receiving end of it.

  5. Shudder. Teeth outside the mouth freak me out! Now, that bear is no doubt prattling on, and she is just being polite.

    • bettiemuldoon Says:

      That’s me being Anon. I am still fighting with my WordPress account from the mobile devices–it does not like to sign me in. I am missing more commenting than I wish, but will on days I can get to my laptop. xoxo

  6. “Well, Natalie you are better off without him. Why don’t you follow me to my den and we can have tea and talk further…”

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