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Today it is Maggie’s nanny’s birthday – happy birthday Karo!

And even though Karo’s not here, we have spent the entire day having a birthday party for her, arranged by Maggie. There have been (imaginary) cakes and cookies, and (not imaginary) games like musical statues, musical chairs, and one about a hedgehog and a blanket that I still don’t entirely understand.

There were disco lights.

So today’s 365 photo is one of dolls having a party. There’s a disco light off to the side (currently green) and a table full of ice cream cones (made of Play Doh). And yes, one of them is naked. It was quite a party.

This weekend coffee features Avengers, Werewolves and animalistic hair

Have you always wanted to be a werewolf?

If so, you’re in luck — somebody is selling werewolf transformation spells on eBay!

(Note: The Big Bad Blog does not endorse the use of Werewolf Transformation Magics. In fact, we do not believe such a spell would work.)

Some things are awesome.

The Erotic Monster Manual Contest is one of these things.

A quick tip to all the would-be bank robbers out there:

It is best not to interrupt your bank-robbery in progress to fill out a loan applications.

Girl Scouts: A feminist menace.
Sorry, Italian ice cream. But your advertising is too controversial for the Pope’s visit.

It’s a shame that the Pope doesn’t share the UK’s desire to keep his visit controversy free.

Now when your organs are removed they can also be branded!

Possibly against your will.

Check out how professional make-up artists take beautiful models and turn them into the freakish things you see on runways.
Dalek blueprints.

For making Daleks.

The morning coffee on science

The world of medicine is becoming a happier place, thanks to the invention of therapeutic ice cream. Although currently only available in strawberry, we are certain that 31 flavours are right around the corner.


(Anticrepuscular Rays while flying over Arizona, by Craig Gould)

Pomegranate juice does not, apparently, cure cancer. Imagine that. The FDA is coming down on misleading health claims made on food packaging. Of those mentioned in the article, POM pomegranate juice appears to be the worst offender, actually claiming to prevent and/or cure diseases.

As widely reported, days are now shorter, thanks to the earthquake in Chile. It should be noted to those who are skeptical regarding global warming due to the cooling effects of winter that the number of hours of daylight will continue to increase until the summer solstice on June 21st, and that despite this days are actually a little bit shorter now.