10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #56

Goddesses of the Forest by Hélène Béland

Hello precious friends and newcomers I hope you enjoy this soothing adventure into the little known realms of imagination, let me know what you think below…


Claude Monet

He could always transport me to a glimmering half dream, half awake world of light and rainbow colours where the sublime comes roaring to life…

“Every day I discover more and more beautiful things. It’s enough to drive one mad. I have such a desire to do everything, my head is bursting with it.”

Claude Monet

A dream dress fit for a medieval princess

This supremely dreamy gown is by Indonesian fashion designer Rusly Tjohnardi who creates haute couture dresses and wedding gowns that are truly one of a kind. Via Twitter and Rusly Tjohnardi’s website.


Robotic dolphins will soon replace captive animals…YAY!

These dolphins are indistinguishable from the real thing. They were designed by the guy who made the animatronic Free Willy in the film. This means an end to dolphins being kept in cruel isolation and in tiny pools until they act out and become aggressive. This is a win and I really hope they introduce it all over the world. Keeping dolphins captive is not ethical or kind and it’s most certainly not what the dolphins would choose for themselves!


The Titanic in under one minute told by Chinchillas

Precious new acting talent, an emotional story and fantastic production values make this short film better than the original.

Via Twitter

“wow she’s gorg” 😂

Originally tweeted by Incunabula (@incunabula) on July 20, 2021.


Goddesses of the Forest by Hélène Béland

Hélène Béland of Montreal, Canada studied art at the University from Quebec in Montreal and uses different techniques such as the charcoal, the pastel and oil.

I believe the role of the artist is to inject quality, excellence and understanding in the society. I want to communicate as perfectly as possible with the greatest number of people, I opted for realism as my mean of expression in art because it is an universal language immediately accessible to all.

hélène Béland

Via Oksana Ivanik Art on Twitter


20 Self-Help Books that someone really, really needs to write! by Bonnywood Manor

By hilarious blogging friend, Bonnywood Manor, if you aren’t following him, check him out as you’re missing out!

1. “How to Remove Your Head from Your Ass Using Common Household Items”

2. “The Margarita-Based Diet”

3. “He’s So Completely Not into You That He’s Moving to Another Planet”

4. “Chicken Soup for the Soulless”

5. “The Five Best Ways to Keep People from Slapping You”

6. “Depression: How to Tell the Difference between The Real Thing and Simple Laziness”

7. “Things You Shouldn’t Wear If You Don’t Want People to Leave Money on Your Nightstand”

8. “Social Media Update Snafus – Volume I: Some Things Really Just Need to Stay in Your Locked Diary”

9. “Social Media Update Snafus – Volume II: Tequila and Typing = Bad”

10. “The Magic of Movie-Going: How to Fully Enjoy the Experience by Shutting the Hell Up and Not Chewing on a Side of Beef During the Screening”

11. “Blood Is Thicker Than Water and the Stains Are Harder To Get Out”

12. “The Illustrated Guide to Things That Shouldn’t Be on Your Computer When You Take It in to Be Serviced”

13. “Come On, Eileen: The Importance of Making a Damn Decision about Things So That the People Who Are Trying To Love You Will Continue To Do So”

14. “The Best Villages to Live Where People Actually Raise Their OWN Children”

15. “The Circle of Life: How Assuming That I’ll Forgive Whatever You Do Just Because We’re Supposedly Friends Can Lead to Complications, Confrontations and Courtrooms”

16. “Jokers to the Right: An Examination of How Some Right-Wingers Are So Self-Centered That They Are Actually Creating Black Holes in the Universe”

17. “Mommy Drinks Because the Other Options Would Result in Jail Time”

18. Rolling in the Sheep: An Examination of Fox News Viewers”

19. “Here Comes the Rain Again: How to Deal with the Constant Deluge of Idiots Who Are Allowed to Walk the Face of the Earth without Supervision”

20. “Who Are We Kidding? – The People Who Really Need This Book Have Never Read One in Their Entire Lives”

Peace in. Via Bonnywood Manor

My favourite New Order album ‘Movement’ on vinyl (their first after Joy Division)


A strange looking panda pounces on a man in an old storybook

I don’t know about you, but I can sense something is a bit ‘off’ with this panda, he just looks weird! Are pandas even vicious like this in real life? Write in the comments if you know…

Via Pulp Librarian on Twitter


When Craven and Dick finally satisfied their desires for each other

Sparks flew and the English language wasn’t prepared for the union. Via WV News

When Craven and Dick finally satisfied their desires for each other
When Craven and Dick finally satisfied their desires for each other

Easy, cheap and healthy vegan meals by Pick Up Limes

Pick Up Limes is beautiful and kind and always has such amazing recipes, I am so keen to try these!


FAQs by Bungler Bill

My newest discovery on Twitter is Bungler Bill a poet raconteur releasing tiny shining jewels like this:

What will happen when I die?
Why do I ADORE apple pie?
Is God judging me in heaven?
Where’s the nearest 7-11?

What should I spread over my toast?
Which of my children do I love the most?
What will it take to make you happy?
Where’s the nearest place to change a nappy?

What of the questions infrequently asked?
Why are my poems afraid of the dark?
Is it REALLY bad form to always win?
Is now an acceptable time for a gin?

Bungler Bill is an amazing poet I stumbled upon on Twitter


Samurai Village by Hans Zimmer

Sweeping epic and cinematic background music, ideal for when you’re working. It’s emotional without being too distracting. Hope you like it!


So what did you think? are these offerings cheeky enough for you? I really hope so. Let me know your thoughts below. Until next time my dear friends..

Published by Content Catnip

Content Catnip is a quirky internet wunderkammer written by an Intergalactic Space Māori named Content Catnip. Join me as I meander through the quirky and curious aspects of history, indigenous spirituality, the natural world, animals, art, storytelling, books, philosophy, travel, Māori culture and loads more.

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