Monday Musings: In Like a Lion Edition

Happy Monday from a city that experienced a 70 (!) degree drop in a 24 hour period, and is basically shut down today. So these musings are extra special since it required me to leave my roasty toasty bed!

oscars selfie

Hopefully you got a chance to catch the Oscars last night. It was fun trying to tweet and get updates after Ellen tweeted her epic selfie. And  see the fun candid photos from various celebs. And of course, be sure you catch Jimmy Kimmel’s movie trailers from his annual post-Oscars show. I think my favorite was Sweet Brown. All in all I thought the show was pretty great, and I feel like I really need to watch Gravity now and all the nominated docs.

Apparently our nutrition labels will be changing soon which could be really cool.

Seeing the pictures from Browstache made me laugh and cringe.

For more Photoshoppping fun, check out these imaginative uses for potholes. I think my favorite is the cooler for a girls’ night out.

And finally, this Toy Story theory about Andy’s mom is pretty awesome.

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Monday Musings: IRL Edition

Happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend. It was unseasonably warm here so I enjoyed patio time with my bestie while we celebrated her birthday, attended at Styx concert at a honky tonk, and finally saw American Hustle before the Golden Globes. I love live-tweeting events and award shows and watching my feed blow up with hilarity. This was probably one of my fav tweets of the night. And this one too. Time for musings!

So they finally released a decent GoT trailer that wasn’t some Vine of 15 second BS. Can’t wait for the new season!

Even if you missed your chance at Coachella 2014 tickets, this fake lineup poster may cheer you up.

Check out some of the weird tech trends that were at CES.

I really loved looking at the I’m not a look-alike! project photos.

If you love emojis as much as I do, you’ll love this tumblr blog that has set out to recreate the individual characters.

And finally, this funny Norwegian commercial imagines other animals as guides for the blind. Major hat tip to the ad agency Try/Apt for creating it!