One of the wonderful things about living in South East Asia is that Tamilians are part of the fabric. Tamil is a national language of Singapore (but not of India).
This is not to say there isn’t racism in this part of the world. That is also built into the fabric in some ways.
But, in the spirit of Deepavali, this ad is wonderful. His Tamil is excellent and the cognitive dissonance of hearing him speak it fluently gives me the warm and fuzzies.
Deepavali Sonicrazor 2013 (by SONICFILMS)
Only in New York City. Amazing.
(via Allen Murabayashi, via This Is What Happens When You Let Random People Lead An Orchestra ‹ Beauty Exists)
Do you think you’d get less flak about the cat “event” if you were the dad?
I’ve got five words for you: Man With the Yellow Hat. “Hey George, you sit here on the chain-saw assembly line, I have to go run some errands.” “Hey George, be a good little monkey and clean up this hot lava while I play with my geode collection.”
To be fair, his “child” isn’t human.
To be fair, he’s a grown man walking around Manhattan in safari gear, leaving his pet to drive fire trucks into lakes and paint skyscrapers. And everyone thinks that’s hilarious. I’m just saying. A Woman With the Yellow Hat would be carted off to Chez Lunatic while the monkey gets to host “S.N.L.” or something.
This is the Mom from “The Cat in the Hat”.
After the past couple of days where Virginia Wade was forgotten and Marion Bartoli was deemed an “Undeserving Ugly Fat Slut” by sexists, I am totally with the Mom.
Watching a person in total command of her craft is spiritual.
Miyoko Shida Rigolo
(by José Antonio Hurtado Alcázar)
Real men wear pink. I’ve heard my mom say that from the time I was a child and I totally agree.
This article is hilarious. Tears were streaming down my face and I was laughing so hard, I had to put my laptop down.