Crap Taxidermy Is A Small Blessing In A Sea Of Curses
In #thesetryingtimes, Twitter can be both a blessing and a curse. OK, lately the “blessings” have been few and fleeting, like unexpectedly finding a dime when you didn’t think you had any change, so now somebody can hand you a fiver back instead of $4.90. And the curses, well, best to concentrate on the blessings. Today I was thankful that I follow @CrapTaxidermy because in a sea of Stormy/Kanye/FuckYouNoFuckyous, it’s nice to be greeted thusly:
When your wife’s parents are coming over and you see them pull up on the drive… pic.twitter.com/8MCwEleHh6— Crap Taxidermy (@CrapTaxidermy) May 3, 2018
The account is run by Adam Cornish, and from what I gather, he’s just a regular guy who appreciates failed effort enough to give it a snappy caption and share it with the world. It’s a small kindness that I appreciate. Never mean or cynical, @craptaxedermy gives me just the little boost I need to push through page after page of hot takes on the idiots, liars, and creeps of the day.
I mean, what’s not to love.
"Whats that Lassie? Little Timmy fell down the old well and you're too fabulous to care?!" pic.twitter.com/y2u53JjCfx— Crap Taxidermy (@CrapTaxidermy) September 13, 2015
"Margaret! Those Mushrooms I found are making me feel weird! A Bamboo shoot just told me to stop eating his people." pic.twitter.com/NpoS0YgTuu— Crap Taxidermy (@CrapTaxidermy) July 6, 2016
When you walk past a coworker you don’t know very well yet… pic.twitter.com/CQ6571RRkE— Crap Taxidermy (@CrapTaxidermy) February 28, 2018
Waking up naturally 3 minutes before your alarm VS pressing snooze 3 times… pic.twitter.com/3N4dqIrkKX— Crap Taxidermy (@CrapTaxidermy) October 5, 2016
It’s relatable, funny, and completely inoffensive (to me, at least). Count your blessings, people! Count each and every one.
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