Comic: Fat Mermaid: Wardrobe Malfunction
My 6-year-old, working on a bead design: “Do you want to help me?”— Dr. Paige Harden (@kph3k) May 28, 2021
My 8-year-old: “Yes. Do you want me to follow your directions, or give ideas?”
My proposition: All academic collaborations would be improved by having this *exact* conversation
I die. Four-week old, howling wolf pup. pic.twitter.com/0SBiDm4AKB— 🦖 Charleen Danielle Adams (@_cdadams_) May 26, 2021
this has been the single most articulate description of adult life ever written https://t.co/U4i5k7rOa9— lupcheong 🍥 (@lupcheong) May 24, 2021
There you go.— Sean Erik – Angel's Kiss now available! (@SeanErikAuthor) May 26, 2021
A REAL American Hero. pic.twitter.com/GIBqslD9cP
This time one year ago, I called a friend for help; without a word, they put everything down and ran to help. Thank you.— David Vaughan (@davidjvaughan) May 23, 2021
And later thank you for this. pic.twitter.com/KMjQlLHMzT
Lovely bit of Rilke for you on this Sunday afternoon ❤ pic.twitter.com/yErjckvsFn— Writers' HQ (@writers_hq) May 23, 2021
If this doesn't scream Clive Barker then I don't know what does a hornet's nest built around a mask pic.twitter.com/1UAIMeTJLU— Scott Brittain (@ScottBrittain7) May 22, 2021
When you suddenly realise you've been saying hello to all the villagers without changing back into human form. pic.twitter.com/neClfMzVnF— Ian Duhig (@ianduhig) May 19, 2021
I just want someone to look at me like this cat looks at his human. pic.twitter.com/ZBGoytaYQM— The Cultured Ruffian (@CulturedRuffian) April 17, 2021
Someone told me signing my emails with "Best" is passive aggressive so I'm changing it to "See you in hell" to eliminate any confusion— Angela (@angelamarie85) May 18, 2021
He saw a rock by the lake.— A Small Fiction (@ASmallFiction) May 8, 2018
"A perfect rock!" he said.
"Nice," she said.
He threw it.
Eons later, that was still the rock's favorite day.
Sweet Lord. Heather McHugh's "What He Thought." While the rest of us are messing around with our dank poems. https://t.co/KWjva053r4— Allison Adair (@fascicles) May 18, 2021
mushrooms are the ultimate food experience. Meat without meat. Vegetable without vegetable. A sin without sin. Beautiful. Mysterious. Elegant. Decedent.— DIRT🔥SULFUR PREORDERS (@dirtcup_art) May 16, 2021
It takes a lot of manure to grow a few good roses. A thing I wrote about the joy and envy of seeing other people succeed. https://t.co/BegVeXKZcP— A҉l҉a҉n҉ ҉B҉a҉x҉t҉e҉r҉ (@AlanBaxter) May 18, 2021
soul-hammer:— Gillian Daniels (@gilldaniels) May 18, 2021
Ruthless Rhymes for Martial Militants.
These conservative cartoons
from ~1913 depicting angry suffragettes as brutal anarchafeminists were somehow actually supposed to make the subjects look bad, inst… https://t.co/OAMMfbJAoQ pic.twitter.com/YQGqSPPYoM
This poem by Laura Gilpin is going viral again with a new generation and I completely understand why… pic.twitter.com/HRMj7MN4Mw— Kelli Russell Agodon (@KelliAgodon) May 17, 2021
It is Monday, friends. You will need some Mary Oliver to get you through til supper… pic.twitter.com/c00DlpaC9J— Fiona Melrose (@FMelroseWriter) March 6, 2017
I think about this video on the daily. pic.twitter.com/D55rKhGQPg— Dr. Sarah Miller-Fellows (@anthro_sarah) May 7, 2021
60 years ago today – extreme surgery in the Antarctic winter! #OnThisDay in 1961, Russian surgeon Leonid Rogozov had to remove his own appendix at Novolazarevskaya Station. Working mostly by feeling around, it took 1 hr 45 mins. He was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor pic.twitter.com/81PVg7d5OX— The Antarctic Report (@AntarcticReport) April 30, 2021
Best I've read all year: Professor McGonagall's letter to the Hogwarts tenure committee https://t.co/Cp6PrVtmCs— Lauren Wilson (@wilsonianwild) May 1, 2021