Lunch, and a relatively abecedarian list of reasons to love Bored Panda This morning, I woke up late and didn't have time for breakfast before heading out to a meeting, so when I returned, I made a quick, vegan pea soup and some artichoke & onion cornbread for lunch. Yum! While I ate, I spend some time at Bored Panda and saw: 10 Halloween costumes for cats, amazing origami animals, a brilliant Mystique cosplayer, a CV delivered in an unusual way! dogs enjoying autumn, Egg Love and other felted wool sculptures, that feelings are things trees have, a guy who's got an unusual way of dealing with people who can't stop talking about his height, a happy-making way to treat shelter dogs, this incredibly unexpected friendship between a baby pigeon and bunny, Joshua Varozza's Dudeoir photoshoot (be warned: includes a bit of fuzzy butt cheek!), kaleidoscopic mandala art, a levitating storm cloud speaker! that the " Man Tax" is now a thing at a NY pharmacy, Norway's "five-billion-star" hotel, the ordinary lives of Hedgehographer's ordinary hedgehogs, Poland's glow-in-the-dark bike path! quite a small lasagna, this relationship between a wolf and a bear, a store cat with remarkable dedication, the truth about bullying— how one teacher explains its horribleness, unusually-shaped fruits and vegetables that look like something else, this vintage train crossing Canada, the (Comedy) Wildlife Photography Awards finalists for 2016, that XL socks on buildings is a thing in Belgium, that you can make a cozy, oversized blanket in four hours! and these zoo animals dressed in human clothing.