Desktop Goodies 1/14

How NOT to decorate your lobster. I call this Stairway to Hell.

Gorgeous carving work.



If only humans could leave behind the tangible structure of their own transformations to look back on.

I love how one happy consumer claims that a tablet of soap whittled her waist from 62 to 48 inches.

But some old ads EMBRACED a little junk in the trunk (how anyone thought the name “CHUBETTES” was a winner for a clothing line, I do not know).

Tick tock…

Adorable little skelly and her pet!

This is amazing in so many ways. Was this mushroom an official mascot of some sort, or just a damn fine costume?

This looks like something a child would paint in art class.

Everybody dance now!

Best search query of the week: “Why is Nicholas Cage on the cover of a Serbian Biology textbook?”


8 Responses to “Desktop Goodies 1/14”

  1. Hahaha! That Nicolas Cage thing is just that little bit more bizarre than the mushroom! Love that crocodile skull, it’s extraordinary!

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      Nicholas Cage shows up in the most unexpected places. Who knew he’d be helping teach biology to Serbians?

  2. That lobster dish…. *shudders*

  3. zymurgyathome Says:

    That mushroom reminds me of H. R. Pufnstuf.

  4. johnkutensky Says:

    Definitely a fan of the skull carving. If I left behind the shedded skins of my past selves, though, I’d probably throw them out myself. Not sure I’d want to remember all that.

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      Yeah, I’d probably lock all my past selves in a safe and only access them if reminders are necessary.

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