I was just watching ABC News and they were talking about “Binge” watching TV Shows on Netflix and they explained

"Binge watching is defined as watching at least 3 episodes in one day."

Awww, how cute

I’ve finished entire seasons in a day…

*tumblr collectively laughs*





These strangely hypnotic gifs are the work of Dundee, Scotland-based illustrator Sam Lyon. He calls them Jelly Gummies. There’s something about these fleshy, pulsating, amorphous creatures - a combination of anthropomorphism, creepiness, and our inexplicable suspicion that they’d be both fun to chew on and pleasing to taste - that makes them awesome.

You can find more of Lyon’s perpetually mutating Jelly Gummies right here on Tumblr at jellygummies. He also has a Jelly Gummies Etsy shop, just in case you’d like to invite some of this wonderfully squishy weirdness into your home.

[via designboom]



Greenpeace’s Lego-Themed Ad Campaign

Greenpeace's tactics of tapping into popular culture to craft effective, targeted environmental campaigns continues with its newest Lego-themed video. Capitalizing on the recent popularity of The Lego Movie, Greenpeace is calling Lego to end its long-time partnership with Shell. The non-profit points to the problematic nature of branding children’s toys with a highly controversial and environmentally-irresponsible company name. The multinational oil corporation has been the target of Greenpeace’s larger “Save the Arctic" campaign to oppose drilling in the arctic, a move that carries the risk of destroying a fragile ecosystem and exacerbating climate change.