Here is this week’s list of comic strips and other links from my favourite corners of the web.
Americans Don’t Need More Money to be Happier—They Need to be Like Denmark. This sounds heavenly. I wish Canadian culture understood hygge, too. The picture accompanying today’s post reminded me of this link.
And They Lived Happily Ever After. You’re going to continue seeing links to this site occasionally in the future. I love its sense of humour.
Where Are My Fancy-Smancy Socks via theakeman. A few years ago, I went through a period where I kept losing socks when I put them in the washing machine. (It was either due to spiteful sock gnomes or some sort of defect in the washing machine that allowed small items to get wedged in somewhere they weren’t supposed to be!) Lots of people have this problem, so it’s always amusing to see how other folks deal with it.
Quiet. I identify with this so much.
Nurse Life: The Pocketbook via MckayHorst. Don’t read this if you are easily grossed out. Do read this if you can handle a slightly disturbing story about a patient who showed up at the emergency room one night to get help with a very unique problem.
Why Whales Got So Big. If you have any interest at all in whales or how evolution works for oceanic creatures, go read this.
Who Does She Think She Is? This week’s Suggestion Saturday post is ending on a bit of a low note, but this article has a lot of important things to say about sexism and the Internet.