by Matthew Cobb
It’s a frosty morning across much of the UK, and all my cats are in. Out in Dobrzyn Hili is also inside, and feeling minxy:
A: What are you waiting for?Hili: For somebody I would be able to disturb.
Ja: Na co czekasz?
Hili: Na kogoś, komu będę mogła przeszkadzać.
When you've been dead for decades but a cat walks by your grave.
(via otisandjr on IG) pic.twitter.com/LYjU5DZhGK
— Eric Weiss 🤘💀 (@ZombieRiot) October 20, 2019
Beautiful weevil (Cratosomus sp.) with neon-green racing stripes. Photographed in the Ecuadorian Amazon pic.twitter.com/kdAIjeFn2N
— Gil Wizen (@wizentrop) October 27, 2019
Ambiguous grid by Kokichi Sugihara of Meiji University in Japan. A mathematically calculated combination of perspective and the physics of reflection produce this striking illusion that works in many configurations https://t.co/PCrqmzmpLs [more: https://t.co/EDIrJfukaN] pic.twitter.com/GdBr7aTjUT
— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) October 27, 2019
A white witch moth! This beauty is one foot wide tip to tip which makes it the widest insect in the world and I can’t believe I just found one. Along the Rio Negro, Brazilian Amazon. pic.twitter.com/SRzPz6gkTM
— Phil Torres (@phil_torres) October 27, 2019
Silke stole a whole piece of bacon out of the frying pan while I was washing my hands pic.twitter.com/uo8rJDWLFf
— ND Kirsch (@ndkirschmann) October 26, 2019
Prague street musician Petr Spatina playing musical glasses. pic.twitter.com/tDbaOBDuCC
— Dust-to-Digital (@dusttodigital) October 27, 2019
Just explained to a delighted American that we call ‘crosswalks’ ‘zebra crossings’. Then she asked what we call ‘crossing guards’, and I said ‘lollipop ladies’ and now she thinks I’ve just made the whole thing up.
— Richard Osman (@richardosman) October 27, 2019