- The 2008 thriller Taken, about an American girl kidnapped by human traffickers in Paris, raised anxiety levels for many worrywort parents. The film isn’t based on a true story, but that didn’t stop moms and dads from wondering what they would do in a similar situation.
Enter YouTuber team CaptainHippo and their hilariously relatable take on how a real, non-Liam Neeson type dad might deal with the trauma.
Life lesson: Don’t travel to Paris unless Liam Neeson is your pops.
We’ve seen some pretty adorable things in our day. Sleepy kitten videos? Of course. Pets on Instagram? Yes please. Seven-year-olds pontificating on the fate of BlackBerry? And how!
But a cat swooning over a live stream of golden retriever puppies? Take a bow, Redditor mseling. Your kitty wins the Internet forever.
Something about the Apple Mountain Lion logo looked familiar to a few folks on the Internet. Was it the whiskers? Or the furry ears? Nope, according to the discussion board lollygaggers, the fierce OS feline bears an eerie resemblance to the late Steve Jobs.
Hypervocal created a GIF to help you judge.
Deliberate, coincidence or the bizarre delusions of crazy cat ladies?
Ron Howard used Twitter to tease Arrested Development fans with a look at the script for the returning series.
Howard, who serves as executive producer and narrator for the series — showed off the cover page of his script for the first episode of the revived series that’s headed to Netflix next year.
Howard tweeted: “Very very funny Lots of lines for the narrator too!”
Thirty years after his death, John Lennon continues to attract fans hooked on the former Beatles’ music and message. For other fans, the devotion is less about the tunes and more about the legs — the thighs, to be specific. The aptly titled Tumblr site John Lennon’s Thighs celebrates the singer’s fleshy, fair-colored pins one short-shorts snapshot a time.
Beautiful as the animation is in all of our favorite Pixar films, the heartwarming storylines come just as close to perfection. Last year, we learned that the animation studio doesn’t land on cinematic gold by chance when Pixar story artist Emma Coats tweeted the company’s golden rules of storytelling.
The list is stealing the Internet’s heart all over again now that Alex Eylar, a.k.a. ICanLegoThat, has Lego-fied the storytelling gems for Slacktory.
Whether you’re a storyteller or not, these nuggets of wisdom also provide great advice for life. After all, aren’t we all striving to be a little more like Woody and Buzz?
See full collection of Alex’s work at Slacktory