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New Year Resolutions Illustrated by Cats

(YouTube link) Jeff Wysaski of Pleated-Jeans has a countdown of the ten most popular New Year resolutions as illustrated by cats. Good luck keeping yours! Resolutions, I mean. I very much hope you keep your cats. Link

True Facts About the Angler Fish

(YouTube link) Ze Frank tells us all about the angler fish. Yeah, we’ve told you this stuff before about the weird weird angler fish, but he describes it all so well! NSFW language. -via Pleated Jeans

Plots from Seinfeld if the Show Was Running Today

Like plots from the imaginary eighth season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, @SeinfeldToday looks at the show about nothing right now. The characters put Etsy to terrible use, make mistakes with Yelp and argue obsessively about Game of Thrones. Link -via Pleated Jeans

Dumb Ways to Die

(YouTube link) This too-cute public service announcement is an ad for Metro Trains Melbourne. They eventually include some warnings about the danger of trains. Stay safe. -via Pleated-Jeans

Life Advice from a Cat

If Dear Abby were a cat, what kind of advice would you get? Jeff Wysaski at Pleated Jeans gives us seven typical questions and the feline wisdom to deal with them. Link

Halloween Started A Long, Long Time Ago

Séamus Gallagher reminds us that monsters aren’t scary; real life is. Let’s hide in the closet until it’s all over. Link -via Pleated Jeans

Hungry Birds

(YouTube link) Birds in the wild spend most of their time looking for something to eat, so should it surprise anyone that they want what you’re eating? The music is Pomplamoose’s cover of the Angry Birds theme. -via Pleated Jeans

Wrap Rage

(YouTube link) Jeff Wysaski of Pleated Jeans demonstrates “wrap rage” in a video he calls Your Food Packaging is Bad and You Should Feel Bad. Wrap rage is when you can’t open your lunch because the packaging is designed for someone besides mere humans. And why I keep scissors, a screwdriver, and pliers in the kitchen. Link

Better Names for Things

(YouTube link) Jeff Wysaski at Pleated Jeans renames consumer goods to make their purpose more clear. Makes plenty of sense to me! Link

1890s Problems

Apparently there’s a new meme centered around this vintage-looking photograph that may or may not actually be old. But some of the words that have put into her mouth are priceless! See some of the best of them at Pleated Jeans. Link