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Ever wonder what you’d look like as a 3D cartoon?



Apparently I look 10 years old.

And as a caricature?



Oy vey! I’m Jewish.



Meet Viola AI, the new app that transforms your face.



And a great way to waste time when you’re babysitting a friend’s 6 year old.



Yes, I’ve heard about the possible face recognition hacking … but I don’t use that feature on my phone. And if they want to steal my picture it’s nothing they couldn’t already do by cruising Facebook or this blog.



So don’t kvetch about this mishegas….. it’s just innocent fun.


Flotsam and jetsam.


A little bit of this and that for your reading pleasure.



I really don’t want crabs, but human sized rubber claws are mighty tempting.



I have to admit I had no idea what the term whisker biscuit meant.



Well, okay then….



Underboob funk?

Please, if you can spread this ridiculous product all over your body? How about spreading those ‘ly’ adverbs through your ad copy as well.



That’s pretty much my take on it. And while I still love Seuss and the crazy creatures of my childhood, if you do your research and check out some of his racist drawings? You wouldn’t want children exposed to them either. It’s not erasing history, it’s learning not to repeat it.

And if that’s too serious a note to end on, here’s one more chuckle.



Ponder that image for the rest of the day.



The greatest story ever… shown?


While I’ve been known to Bitmoji on occasion….




And used to see the appeal of texting miniature versions of myself to friends…




I read something this afternoon that made me do a double take.




There is now a Bitmoji Bible.




“In the year of our Lord 2019, someone recreated the Bible through Bitmoji. The Bitmoji Bible is more of a collection of a handful of stories found in Jewish and Christian holy scriptures than an actual translation told exclusively through Bitmoji. While much of the actually philosophical passages aren’t included — how are you supposed to discuss promises of salvation through a few cartoon characters? — you might recognize more well known myths, like the story of David and Goliath. “ 






Now I’m not a religious woman, and I admit to never having read the good book cover to cover…. but I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess David never said “Hey Boo” to the giant Philistine.






And if there was a Garden of Eden?

I somehow doubt their trees were in pots.







“Today’s children are more likely to read a text message than a book,” co-creator Daniel Eckler said through Twitter DM. “Given the Bible has been translated into more than 3000 languages, I thought it should be translated into one of the most popular contemporary languages.”



Jesus wept.

Repeat after me…

Bitmoji is not a contempary language, it’s a collection of bad cartoons.






Quoting an excerpt from Genesis about the whole world speaking the same language, Eckler believes it’s “important to speak to people in their language.”



So help me out here…
Is that Joseph?
And is he spitting his coffee out because Mary just told him about the immaculate conception?  






He notes that his goal isn’t necessarily to evangelize, but rather to open the door to higher thinking for people who may not already be interested in it — he references biblical redemption themes in Star Wars and The Matrix. “Not to say they’re substitutes, but as long as people are seeking spiritual truths,” Eckler said. “I think they’ll find them where they find them.” 
Let me get this straight…. to understand Christianity I don’t have to read the bible.
I just have to sit through The Empire Strikes Back?
Well if that’s the case…






I’m watching Game of Thrones instead.






It has mythical beasts, devout believers and frowned upon sex as well.  





It’s that time again…





Let’s begin.

1.  John Quincy Adams went skinny dipping in the Potomac on his 79th birthday.




If this mental image has to be stuck in my head?

I want it to be stuck in yours as well.


2.  After eating, the common housefly regurgitates it’s food and eats it again.

Because sometimes, pizza is just that good.




3.  Charlie Brown’s father is a barber.

Admit it, you never knew that.

You’re welcome.





4.  A barnacle has the largest penis of any other animal in relation to it’s size.

Oddly enough, this is a question that’s rarely asked in trivia games.

And Lord knows, I’ve been waiting to dazzle crowds with my barnacle member dimension knowledge for years.




5.   There’s a town in Texas called Ding Dong.

Truly, there is.

It’s north of Austin.




And I have a question for Texas bloggers…





I’m all for being proud of your home town, but….