Doomthings is now on deviantART. Took me long enough.
Tags: art, deviantART, photography, prints
Tags: doomthings.com, fully-hosted, moving, new posts, new things, onward, self-hosted blog
So, after months of being lazy, I’m finally taking my bro-in-law’s advice to self-host my blog. Considering I already own www.doomthings.com, this decision was a no-brainer I was just too lazy to pursue before. As a person who could pretty much build his own fully-awesome website from scratch in about a minute, I should have listened. While exporting my old posts is actually pretty easy, there is no good way to move all the pictures over, so that will take some time. This means some of the posts and pages will be missing pictures and some of the menu will be weird. I’m working on it! In the meantime, I’ll be posting all new material at www.doomthings.com so I don’t have to move those pictures over too, because they’ll already be where they should be! Woot!
So, in conclusion, update your feeds and hop on over to the new, fully self-hosted www.doomthings.com.
Spread the Doom!
Tags: airplane, allie brosh, best comic ever, blog, hyperbole and a half, she's back!
Deep in the gooey internals of your heart muscle, you knew this day would come. Miss Allie Brosh of Hyperbole and a Half has returned from her yearish-long absence with a post about a post. Her much-anticipated return to the internets shall be celebrated throughout the digital world, so prepare yourself for part 2 of her 2011 post. Well, she’s posting that post tomorrow, today’s post was what to expect for tomorrow’s post. Excited much? Yes, yes I am.
Tags: a better pain chart, all the things, allie brosh, children, clean all the things, comic, happy mother's day, hyperbole and a half, mothers day, new mom, poster, scale, too serious for numbers, zazzle
Everyone loves Allie Brosh’s awesome comic blog, Hyperbole and a Half, and I re-discovered this gem whilst stalking it (as I do on a regular basis). As one of my friends put it, “I don’t care how old it is, it’s still awesome”. And it is.
Also, mother’s day is coming up. What better way to say Happy Mother’s Day than by giving her a poster you can both use on a daily basis. It’s better than “on a scale of one to ten” and will likely make you laugh while you’re in intense pain. The pain goes away when you laugh, right?
Buy this for your mom. Better yet, buy this for a mom-friend with children who can’t yet express the one through ten scale. This will help all the things.