Mark Zuckerberg justuploaded a photo of his cloud shaggy dog “Beast” to his public Facebook page. If we think we know how the Internet works, this’ll be a meme by the end of the weekend.
The photograph was taken last year by another Internet sensation, Noah Kalina, star of the 2006 ‘selfie’ film Everyday.
Beast, who has his own Facebook page with over 2 MILLION fans is a Puli breed which is sometimes referred to as a Hungarian sheep dog. Incidentally, Mark if you’re reading this, why is Beast listed as a public figure and not a pet? Do as I say, not do as I do, right?
In the spirit of this holiday weekend, I want to share the most joyful photo of Beast jumping I’ve ever seen. Even after living with this guy for five years, seeing him bounce around still makes me smile. I hope your holiday weekend has been joyful too.
Even for the emotion-void billionaire Zuckerberg, that’s a pretty funny photo of a dog.
If you’ve not seen this already, prepare for it to appear on your respective news feeds imminently. Here we have a photograph that will no doubt make it into every Buzzfeed listicle imaginable, appear in the spammy ad section that appears at the bottom of most blogs and probably spend a good hour or so on the front page of the Internet.
To the non-UK friends of Phogotraphy the guys either side of the pretty young lass are well known children entertainers Barry & Paul Elliott, also known as The Chuckle Brothers. Those of us Continue reading →
The call for a celebration of males in modern times is as needed as much as a public holiday for white skinned people in the US. Most political offices in the world are held by men, the gender pay gap still favours human beings that lack mammary glands and even forward thinking science communities are still plagued with sexism. But if we were to, say hypothetically, champion what it is like to be male in a sea of feminism and push forth the agenda that being a man is something to be proud of, how would that be achieved?
Men are can be childish. As one myself I can substantiate the claim that despite the ageing process, intention of being a good father and consideration for the future, Continue reading →
In perhaps one of the most bizarre social experiments we’ve ever seen, Lunar Mission One has just put out a call to humanity for photographs of peoples feet which they can put on a hard drive, install on a Spaceship and send to the Moon in 2017.
From the sublime, to the ridiculous to the absurd. The selfie stick has officially morphed into the Selfie Spoon courtesy of the pranksters at Cinnamon Toast Crunch. We took a look at the Youtube advert that delicately portrays their new invention, and in the fashion it deserves picked out numerous factual inaccuracies.
Statement: “Everyone loves a bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch.”
Imagine taking a selfie on your phone in the comfort and surroundings of your own home and seeing a dark ominous figure standing behind you. That’s the premise in the short film Selfie from Hell by actress and producer Meelah Adams.
Meelah collaborated with director Erdal Ceylan to create the fun but very spooky short. We won’t give anything away, just enjoy it for what it is, a bit of fun to share with your ghoulie loving friends.
There’s a new meme making the rounds on social media and it’s called #Prattkeeping. Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last 3 months you’ll easily recognise the scene from the raptor pen that’s been taken from current box office smash Jurassic World. Chris Pratt, the loveable raptor tamer finds himself inside the dinosaur enclosure using some quick thinking to prolong his life.
Zookeepers across the globe were naturally compelled to recreate the scene with their chosen harbingers of death. We’ve seen everything from Walruses to pink flamingos to… are those foxes? Continue reading →