The Internet's Animals web site has a bunch of photo(graph)s (even animated ones) shows "a huge collection of cute animals."
Blue's News shared a Flash puzzle game titled "Sirtet Game" on Games For Work and its official web site, NowGamez -- "Blow up blocks & rotate provided shapes to clear all red blocks." and "... a new skill game with unique gameplay. Your mission is to select and turn the shapes to place them on top of the red blocks. Click the shapes at the left hand side to place them in the play field. The sleeping blocks in later levels can be removed by blowing them up with TNT. A brain tester game with 25 challenging levels..."
DOS486.com currently has four pages showing screen captures/shots of "The Weird Error Message Gallery" from various software and web sites.
The Weather Channel has a slideshow, with captions, that shows a list (35 photo(graph)s) of the most-congested cities in America.
This almost 2.5 years old You Are Not So Smart article tells about "Placebo Buttons -- The Misconception: All buttons placed around you do your bidding. The Truth: Many public buttons are only there to comfort you..."
Official Comedy's YouTube channel has a bunch of funny videos
Blue's News shared a short/quick and timing Flash game titled "Let's Go Jaywalking" on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, GameButler -- "Dodge traffic in this fun mini-game. There are 25 stick figures that are ready to play in traffic, how many can you safely get across the street? Collect power ups, avoid on coming traffic and compete for a high score in Come on, let's go Jaywalking."
Blue's News shared a cute Flash puzzle game titled "Wrrrmz" on Games For Work and its official web site, Sogood.com -- "A cute, squishy puzzle game about guiding worms with the mouse to their home through a maze of mushrooms. 50 unique puzzles! ..." and "Stretch the worm out to its full length & reach the hole. Later levels include multiple worms."
Lucian shared 2.75 months old The Big Picture's blog showing "Brain Oddities: Spelling is Irrelevant to Comprehension -- In trying to make sense of the world around us, our brains have evolved to do some very odd things. The more we learn about our cognitive processes, the more it seems we have inherited a very weird wetware set, filled with bizarre and misleading foibles.