That couch looks comfy
The Smartest Christmas Tree
HOW IS THAT SMART WHAT IF ONE OF THE BULBS BURST AND THEN IT SET ON FIRE
THAT IS A HIGHLY FLAMMABLE TREE
AND THEN YOU’D BE A BOOK BURNER
Not if you use LED lights!
If I lived in a house with this in it I would come out for the bathroom and to get food.
Check out Mental Floss’ collection of bookstore cats: Books and cats go together as well as peanut butter and jelly. You could file them under “things that are nice to curl up with” -at the same time! Here are some great stores with with friendly and attractive cats.
I love it when bookstores have cats. I used to go to Shakespeare and Co. when I was having a bad day and pet the cat. Sadly, he died earlier this year.
The used bookstore in Vancouver that I used to frequent had a cat. He would lounge around on top of the comics bins.
Yes, becatted bookstores are the best! I miss the one that used to be near me and which had three resident black cats. Two were named Fee and Foo. I don’t know what the last one’s name was — probably Horatio or something like that.
I’ve never been to a becatted bookstore, and that makes me sad. However, I have delivered to a couple of places where the owner had their dog in the store.
Blake Lively is the latest in a string of actresses to turn down the chance to play Elizabeth Bennett in the film version of the grandmother of all mashups, Pride And Prejudice And Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith (Quirk Books, 2009).
She follows in the retreating footsteps of Natalie Portman, Emma Stone, Scarlett Johansson, Mia Wasikowska and Rooney Mara.
this is amazing not because the movie is such a pre-emptive flop, but because of all the opportunities it grants for one to think of the reactions the Austenites would have to Blake Fucking Lively playing Lizzie Bennett
the outraged screaming would probably only be heard by dogs
I don’t know who looked at this book and thought “YEAH MOVIE” but they probably should be sent to their room to think about what they’ve done.
Oh god you can pick up a book and then go upstairs and sit on top of your whole book collection while you read and the windows look into woods and the open floor plan and….
I want this house.
Looks like a lovely place to spend a rainy day reading…
I’d love to nap there but I guarantee one dog and three cats would have to be moved before any reading/napping could get done.
a book shelf! for books, even! a book bookshelf!
A bookshelf made of books! I can’t help but feel that this is a little sacrilegious.