The Writer They Call Tay (awanderingbard) wrote,
The Writer They Call Tay

Things that are entertaining me tonight...

In no particular order:

-- Ascii got into a Mexican stand-off with the bunny who lives in the backyard tonight. He spotted her and she spotted him and neither of them moved for literally ten minutes. It was a bit epic. You can sort of see the bunny, it's a brown blob to the left of the bird bath. That is a still shot, but it could be live action, because Ascii was frozen. She didn't even turn her head when we called her name. The bunny made the first move and dashed into his home in the tall plants around the tree. Ascii has been trying to find him again all evening.

-- This gifset, which I feel accurately represents Sherlock and Abby's relationship.

-- Drunk History. I randomly stumbled upon this on youtube, I had previously only heard about it in passing, and I am utterly delighted by how brilliant it is. They get real life people drunk and have them tell a story from history, then get actors to perform and lip synch to the story being told. I don't think we get it in Canada, so I have to settle for bits and pieces on youtube, but it is still brilliant. My favourite so far is Claudette Colvin (warnings for beeped language). Mostly because this exactly how I explain history when I'm sober. It's how I explain anything when I'm sober.
Tags: misc./non-fic, rantage and randomosity

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