Friday, February 27, 2015

ALL THE THINGS I LIKED ON THE INTERNET THIS WEEK { VOL 7 }



Can you feel it? Maybe not, because it's still so damn cold, but February is almost over. March is coming, and with it (hopefully) a little less frigid and a little more sunshine. Traditionally I hate the month of March, but if it means finally retiring my hat and scarf for the season, I'll take it. Anyway, this week's links span the spectrum of weird and wonderful and totally hilarious, but there's a larger theme which is amazing animals. Cats, llamas, snow monkeys... They all had a good week. Enjoy, and have a fantastic weekend.
You guys, my hometown is weird and wonderful. In Seattle, AN 8-YEAR-OLD GIRL IS GETTING GIFTS FROM CROWS. She feeds them daily, and they bring her treasures. This is not a drill. 
You know what else isn't a drill? LLAMAS ON THE LOOSE IN ARIZONA. We are all these llamas today. (For the full runaway helicopter videos, go HERE.)
IF YOU GIVE A DUDE A KALE CHIP. Humor pieces like this remind me why I wish I read The New Yorker more often. 
If you (like me) were obsessed with following the story of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, you'll want to read THIS THEORY ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED TO THE PLANE from Jeff Wise and New York magazine.  
You need to hear CHRISTINA AGUILERA SINGING "THIS LITTLE PIGGY" LIKE BRITNEY SPEARS. God bless you, Jimmy Fallon. 
Okay speaking of musical blasts from the past, you need to see WARREN G AND KENNY G PERFORMING "REGULATE" on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Like, what
In case you needed to be reminded that 29 isn't really that old (I always do), MEET MISSAN THE 29-YEAR-OLD CAT FROM SWEDEN. A 29 year old cat, you guys. That kitty is old. We are not old. 
If you were wondering how fashion blogger CHIARA FERRAGNI MAKES $8 MILLION PER YEAR, read this article. Then think about how she's 27 years old. Then wonder where you went wrong... 
For your weekly dose of cuuuuuuuute, may I present LIAM NEESON AND BABY SNOW MONKEYS
50 SHADES OF GREY IS A GREAT DATING GUIDE? According to New York magazine, yes. Yes, it is.
And finally, for your new favorite "winter ain't so bad" escapism, follow Glacier National Park ranger BECCA ALFAFARA ON INSTAGRAM. You're welcome. 

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