Author Archives: Susie Phillips


Oh, you better believe this is an actual thing.

Joanna Rohrback: author of the modestly-titled Prancercise: The Art of Physical and Spiritual Excellence and founder and chief exponent of the not-at-all hysterically funny Prancercise® fitness workout, which she defines as:

A springy, rhythmic way of moving forward, similar to a horse’s gait and ideally induced by elation.

Unfeasibly snug pants and dodgy wigs at the ready?

Let’s prance.


A mere smattering of the delights on offer at the WTF, Evolution? Tumblr, wherein wonders of nature are presented for your delectation and disgust.

Above: the Shoebill, the red-lipped batfish, the tongue-eating louse, two geoducks, the wolffish and a pignose frog.

Now go and get sick, if you must.

Fresh Guacamole – directed by PES, animated by Dillon Markey.

And if you liked that, you’ll also like PES’s Western Spaghetti, which went insanely viral back in 2008.


The Privacy Pop bed tent $200:

Privacy Pop is the new product that has changed the way that kids and teenagers, college students, and anyone that has to share a room lives. The unique design of this exclusive bed tent gives users unprecedented privacy, even when they share a room with one or more people.

Of course you know what this thing will be used for.

That’s right.

Reading the Beano at night with a torch.