Wildcat Cult

Halloween, vintage photos, dry humor and comic strips. 

Cookie Monster As A Trash Can

Posted 2011-12-01 14:29:32 | Views: 7,612



Trash Can

There are some people that look up at the sky and see clouds...and nothing more. There are other people that look up at the sky in amazement, they see all types of clouds in the shape of animals, people and things. But, there are other people that see Cookie Monster everywhere they go. These are the most special people on earth.

Feeding Racoons

Posted 2011-12-01 11:51:28 | Views: 9,445

WARNING: This is what happens when you

like to feed Raccoons in your backyard.

Warning Number 2: You will not want to get rid of them for being this cute.

The Fox Mythology

Posted 2011-11-27 15:42:29 | Views: 7,199

In pre-Christian Times the fox was seen as a symbol of gods, like for example, as a symbol of the god of vegetation or as a symbol of forest- and mountain-spirits. This changed in Christian Times, from where on the fox was seen as a demonic creature. The fox is a very famous figure in fables and usually is described as greedy, dishonest and tricky. At the same time of all the helpful animals in fairy tales the fox is said to be the most helpful one. Most fables tell about how the fox tricks other animals to get food, but no legends or fairy tales have been found telling about the fox attacking humans.

The Fox


There is something fantastic and mystical about

a fox. What is the role of the fox in mythology?

Wu Tang Flan

Posted 2011-11-27 14:01:54 | Views: 12,142

Who wants some

Wu Tang Flan

I love Flan...and I love Wu Tang. Best of both worlds. I think Chef Raekwon would approve.



The Batman Snuggie

Posted 2011-11-26 23:40:34 | Views: 13,264
Get your Batman Snuggie here! Now you can fight crime (or relax on the couch) dressed like the Caped Crusader himself! With the Batman Snuggie, you can enjoy relaxing on the couch while still having the use of your arms thanks to the ingenious sleeved blanket design that snuggie has created. With the Batman Snuggie, you have the freedom to eat, drink, use the computer, change the channel, play games with the kids, cook, clean, etc., all while maintaining the warmth, comfort, and convenience that you couldn't have with a regular blanket. The Batman Snuggie makes a great Christmas or birthday gift, and also makes a great Halloween costume. Purchase your Batman Snuggie today and start referring to your living room as...the bat cave.

Batman Snuggie? Really?

Notice he's sitting by himself with no girlfriend. lol. Read the product  details below.

Via: Squidoo

Jabba the Hut Cupcake!

Posted 2011-11-25 14:30:50 | Views: 16,584

Jabba the

Hut Cupcake

Love this. If you eat enough cupcakes you will be just as fat as jabba.


Rebecca Black Friday, Friday...

Posted 2011-11-24 22:40:16 | Views: 7,755



Gotta make my mind up. Which TV do I take?


70' flatscreen sale in Walmart. 70' flatscreen sale at Target.



Friday, Friday.

Brief History on Black Friday

Posted 2011-11-24 22:18:55 | Views: 6,654

Here's hoping you avoided the food coma: you'll need your wits about you for Black Friday. The traditional day-after-Thanksgiving shopping bonanza has become a full-contact sport, with crazed shoppers determined to find the best deals, sometimes with tragic results. In last year's frenzy, a worker at a New York Walmart was trampled to death when the store opened its doors; two shoppers were shot in a dispute at a Toys "R" Us in California. The ensuing safety concerns may have prompted some shoppers to think twice, but retailers still expect a bonanza: the weekend after Thanksgiving is expected to account for some $40 billion in sales. 

As early as the 19th century, shoppers have viewed Thanksgiving as the traditional start to the holiday shopping season, an occasion marked by celebrations and sales. Department stores in particular locked onto this marketing notion, hosting parades to launch the start of the first wave of Christmas advertisements, chief among them, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, running in New York City since 1924. The holiday spree became so important to retailers that during the Great Depression, they appealed to President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1939 to move Thanksgiving up in order to stretch out the holiday shopping season. Roosevelt obliged, moving Thanksgiving one week earlier, but didn't announce the change until October. As a result, Americans had two Thanksgivings that year — Roosevelt's, derisively dubbed "Franksgiving," and the original. Because the switchover was handled so poorly, few observed it, and the change resulted in little economic boost.


The term Black Friday itself was originally used to describe something else entirely — the Sept. 24, 1864, stock-market panic set off by plunging gold prices. Newspapers in Philadelphia reappropriated the phrase in the late 1960s, using it to describe the rush of crowds at stores. The justification came later, tied to accounting balance sheets where black ink would represent a profit. Many see Black Friday as the day retailers go into the black or show a profit for the first time in a given year. The term stuck and spread, and by the 1990s Black Friday became an unofficial retail holiday nationwide. Since 2002, Black Friday has been the season's biggest shopping day each year except 2004, according to market-research firm ShopperTrak.


Nevertheless, retailers continue to tie one-day in-store sales to Black Friday. In the Internet era, bloggers race to obtain leaked circulars and post them online weeks in advance of Thanksgiving. Many forums and websites chart the deals, helping shoppers make a plan of attack for the big day. And attack they will — the National Retail Federation anticipates 134 million people will hit the stores on Thanksgiving weekend. After the deaths last year, there's an added focus on making sure stores are ready to handle the crowds. Walmart extended hours to keep stores open on Thanksgiving Day to try and handle the crush and had safety experts develop plans for all their stores, a tactic followed by many retailers.



A brief history on the morning after Thanksgiving, otherwise known as Black Friday. Where you can get a great deal and run over someone all at one place! Rock on!

A brief history on the morning after Thanksgiving, otherwise known as Black Friday. Where you can get a great deal and run over someone all at one place! Rock on!


Choose A Side

Posted 2011-11-23 17:26:24 | Views: 5,964

2011 Sunday in the Park

Posted 2011-11-21 13:00:49 | Views: 5,766

Sunday in the Park

with Pepper Spray