Friday, September 21, 2007

Caturday Secretz (wif ur submitz!)

caption and photo by Debtink

caption and photo by Karen

caption by Phil photo by Cyboroz

caption and photo by Karen

caption and photo by Ed

caption by Secretburger photo by Rocket Booster

caption by Secretburger photo by Jacobim?


slskenyon said...

This has to be one of the oddest things I have ever read, but the pics and captions are hilarious.

R2K said...

These are all cute pics, but when did the cat and strange talking (surprise but secs for example) start?

The Cajun Boy said...

i can die happy now.

Phil said...

Hi r2k - the lolcat phenomenon is nearly 100 years old. Please check out this guys flickr account for scans of originals dating from early last century.

"Aloysius "Gorilla" Koford, was also a cartoonist. From 1912-1913 he produced a comic strip ... The strip was entitled 'The Laugh-Out-Loud Cats'"

You'll have to copy both lines of the link into your browser sorry - it is too long to fit otherwise.

Veristas said...

Come and give your real opinions.
Don't be politically correct, just tell it like you really see it.
I know I will.

Try it, you just might like it!

David G said...

For anyone that wants to join in the fun, there's an online Lolcat builder at:

You can have the whole pic done in less than a minute and it looks very professional

@r2k & phil - you can find more about the history in a page on
(link is also spilt on 2 lines, as above)

smoochtalker said...

lol these are really cute pics!!! Intresting blog but it kept me intriged

check out my new blog!
(i could use a few comments lol)

ish said...

Great blog. But unlike icanhascheezburger I never know whether to laugh or cry! Anyway, I linked you.

Edwin said...

My dream:

Kindly drop by to take a look! :)


Angie Weid said...

These are hilarious. My boys loved them!! Our favorite is the flying cat.

Steve D. said...

Awkward...but very funny. Much better than those postcards by people with too much guilt...

appreciable said...

Fun pictures!

Do you like poetry that makes sense?

Tiny Coffins 8 July 2005
By Appreciable

I feel that caskets shouldn't have to be
Made small enough to hold a child
These coffins really trouble me
For ones so young, and meek and mild

Why must these children die so young?
And why must we loose these little ones?
What painful songs hurting hearts have sung
While grief like a river through their home runs

Yet, the answer spoken in my soul
Brings peacefulness to my weary mind
And out of a heart that with sorrow is full
I thank God for the plan he designed

There's no good reason that children die
Yet it happens often on this flawed earth
Causing heavy hearts to sadly sigh
Who've loved these children from before their birth

And the Children's laughter continues on
In a realm of peace and joy and rest
It only seems like they are gone
Yet, really, we're gone from the place that is best

Though it's hard when little ones leave in their youth
I thank God to know that these children are free
I am grateful to know this wonderful truth
And ask strength now to cope with my jealousy.

If you enjoyed this poem come and visit my blog at...

chimerastone said...

I seen these kind of images before.

With talking cats and mice.

Jacqueline said...

ROFL *gasp* this is too funny. I have been reading both Postsecret and I can has cheezburger for just long enough to be unreasonably amused.


it's funny, how you come up with those captions and weird yet captivating english expressions and spellings....i am zoo huppy 2 see dem....

Brittanie said...

Dis is sooo funny!