Archive for the ‘Invisible stuff ‘n cats’ Category

Invisible stuff ‘n cats – Part six

January 8, 2008

Click on the “Invisible stuff ‘n cats” category for more things you can’t see.

Well, I’ve been lazy and in this time of year cats in Amsterdam are more content to sit inside and enjoy the luxury of central heating than parading in front of my camera. In other words, not a lot of new cat pictures. Thank you, I Can Has Cheezburger, for filling my blog with the sixth installment of Invisible stuff ‘n cats.

Happy invisible new year by the way:

Where da bubbles go?

Pew Pew Pew

Kind of like the invisible magic eye picture

I like so sin-a, about the moon-a and the june-a and the spring-a!

Invisible stuff ‘n cats – Part five

November 2, 2007

It’s time again for more invisible stuff ‘n cats. I have collected enough for a nice overview.

The famous Invisible Slalom of course:

Two kitties climbing:

invisible step ladder

Invisible stairs

The also pretty well known Invisible Piano:

Claude De-pussy playing L'isle joyeuse

Invisible Jet Plane:

fasten seatbelts, biotches!

And my two favourites:

Invisible Magic Eye Picture

Invisible Fistycuffs:

Get 'm!

Invisible stuff ‘n cats – Part four

August 27, 2007

Yes! It’s part four of the invisible stuff ‘n cats run. I’m too lazy to link back to the other three posts, but if you click on the ‘Invisible stuff ‘n cats’ category, they will appear like magic. Enjoy.


Pogoing like Captain Keen

There's gonna be some invisible toothpickin'after this!

It ies .... asseptable

I thought I had posted the last one before, and I did. He’s really a talented cat with invisible stuff. Hope to see him again…

Invisible stuff ‘n cats – Part two

August 13, 2007

Edit: Somehow, this post was lost. The original post was from May 10th, 2007. Check out part 1 and part 3.

A while ago, I posted pictures of cats capped with “Invisible [something]…”. I have found a lot more funny invisibles, so I devote a new post to more of these pictures!

Invisible dryer

Invisible onion and knife

Invisible Family reunion

Invisible motorcross

Invisible handshake

Invisible lawnmower

Invisible everything

I’m sure there will be a part three post with invisible pics in the near future, stay tuned.

Invisible stuff ‘n cats – Part three

July 13, 2007

I’ve decided it is time for the latest installment of Invisible stuff ‘n cats (parts one and two). I save them up when I find new ones on I can has Cheezburger? and Kattalogen, and I’ll post them when I feel I have a couple of real gems.







Maybe there are some double entries, but since they rock, who cares!

Invisible stuff ‘n cats + Comic Relief

March 24, 2007

 Edit: Since so many people seem to like this post the best, don’t forget to check out all the posts in this category

 There are tons of cat pictures to be found on the internet, and there has been a long trend of putting sentences and captions with them. I do think that cat pictures are usually more funny without any words or sentences, but sometimes it does work. One of my favourite ‘categories’ are pictures of cats that seem to be on or holding something invisible. And to prevent spoiling this post by explaining why I find it funny:

Invisible bike
The classic!

Invisible sanwich

Invisible roller coaster

Invisible accordion

Invisible chair
Invisible chair (no idea where the caption in the picture went!)

Invisible dunk

Invisible microphone

Invisible racehorse

Invisible violin


It’s Comic Relief time again in Great Britain! This is the time when the Brits show that they have a great sense of humour and are not afraid to use it to raise money and awareness of the almots hopeless poverty around the world. There are tons of there incentives worldwide, but I think that those things are usually quite cheesy and do not come across at all. For instance, it is quite standard in these shows for celebs to poke fun of themselves. Mostly, that is not very funny, but this sketch with Ricky Gervais and others (I will nog mention who they are, that’s half the joke) made me laugh! And it’s nice to see that Tony Blair makes the best of his last months as PM.