1990s Nickelodeon chimera sensations CatDog recently started filming for their new exercise at home DVD. But things are taking a turn for the gory.
Credits: Nickelodeon via CezmiKalorifer.com, Cezmi Kalorifer, GIPHY, Gifng, Alexander Smith, Gifng and Facebook
Is that a police officer standing at my front door?
Credits: Barnesville Police via GifCities and Internet Archives
One of the great things about having a presence on the Internet, whether a blog, website, or other site, is that people from across the globe can visit it at any time, and appreciate your work. Feels a proud moment when you think about it.
Credits: World Travel Information Center via GifCities and Internet Archive
Summer is approaching, and that means it’s soon to get hot and sticky. Expect a rush for fans of all sorts once the heatwaves hit. BTW, did you know that ceiling fans are almost non-existent in British homes, but every one has radiators for when it’s cold?
Credits: woodsnet2000 via GifCities and Internet Archive
“Ce n’est pas parce qu’il y a un trou qu’il y a un écureuil dedans.” 🐿
“It’s not because there is a hole that there is a squirrel in it.” 🐿
Credits: E.M via Fidjie Fidjie, Gifs Animés: art ,humour,animaux… and Google+
In an age where social media discourse rules the waves of the ‘Net’, you can now acquire something for your home that’s a blend of old and new. Pick your fave tweet and frame it for your living room wall.
Credit: Framed Tweets
“A kitten is in the animal world what a rosebud is in the garden.” – Robert Southey
Credits: myplantworld via GifCities and Internet Archive, Wise Old Sayings
One of the nicest feelings to be had at Christmas is to be at home around the tree with your loved ones, having festive chitchat and imbibing all of the festive cheer and goodwill. An unforgettable experience.
Credits: Merry Christmas via GifCities and Internet Archive
When you’re really busting to get home quickly to not miss that episode of Emmerdale.
Credits: Gif via Mahmoud Sayed, GIFs Community and Facebook
Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home. Matsuo Basho