That cat is not happy.
Nothing says “family” like a tiny rifle and a parrot.
Winnie The Pooh characters and he picks Eor? POWER MOVE
……..no……..please, god no……
Kid in the middle takes his LAST Christmas card.
Secret mullet, huge glasses, cat, laser show
Families that don’t have a centaur in their portraits are doing it so wrong.
Should have painted the bulge like a basketball, but still, A+ work right here.
These are my favorites. Click here for the full list. Via Distractify.com
I’d say the answer in unequivocally yes, but I’m not sure what he does is considered walking anymore…poor taste, I’ll pay for that some day soon don’t worry. But seriously, everytime I see this guy in the news I tremble with excitement. Damnit…Alright that one was unintentional.
So recently, Mr. Fox was given a cupcake arrangement the shape of the Stanley cup. And each cupcake has the logo of a different NHL playoff team. Michael has been tweeting pictures of himself eating the cupcakes of each team as that team get eliminated. Of course he’s accompanying them with a short one liner. Here’s the link for the bleacher report article on it.
As for this article I want to really talk about how great Mr. Fox is. Diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in the middle of a great career, he has really stayed relevant throughout the years. Of course it’s not about staying noticed, or staying in the public eye. The inspiration comes from his refusal to let his affliction define him, instead he has redefined what it means to live with Parkinson’s today. His charitable work to raise money for Parkinson’s research is unparalleled, but for me the amazing thing is his ability to laugh at himself. Mr. Fox shows us it’s okay to laugh at life’s lowest moments because it means you haven’t lost. If you keep fighting you can never lose.
Nothing shows Michael J. Fox’s spirit more than these hilarious clips from Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Oh and his short feud with Taylor Swift when he said he would never let his son date her was such a clairvoyant power move. He knew Swift was no good before the rest of us. Thanks for the heads up, Mike!