Punctuation in Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy (left) and in Absalom, Absalom! by William Faulkner (right).
This is, so they say, all the punctuation in these novels. Someone bothered to pick it all out and put it on one page.
No idea what this is, who Shel Silverstein is, why the sidewalk is this way, why everyone else seems to understand what this is about, why there are 579 comments talking about how hilarious this is and how they knew all about it when they were children.
No explanation here, it's cat stuff and we dig cat stuff cuzzadafact it's cute.
On TinEye Reverse Images, there are nine thousand seven hundred and forty-one versions of this meme. Here are four.
Left. Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting's rhapsodic tattoo of the most sacred date of her life: her wedding.
Right: Kaley Cuoco, the Sweeting ripped off and thrown away along with the dastardly cheating husband, covers up the rhapsodic tattoo with an ugly green tattoo of a moth which seems to be slowly making its way up her back. At least it covers the (now non-rhapsodic) date. No plans for a tattoo of a Tyrannosaurus Rex to cover the moth.
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