Tuesday, May 17, 2011

2 new sites that I must visit everyday...

... to keep the Doctor away - except for Doctor Cat of course!

Doctor Cat: a comic about a cat who is also a Doctor.

I really love this comic because it's adorable and it has a cat. Which is much like another fave daily comic of mine American Elf which is a day (every day) in the life of James Kochalka - American artist and rockstar - and his family including his pet cat Spandy. Kochalka draws himself as an Elf, hence the title and my judgement of it being adorable and my necessary criteria for daily viewage of 'having a cat'. 
I guess the biggest difference for me in the likability stakes between Doctor Cat (8/10) and American Elf (7/10) is that in Doctor Cat the protagonist not only is a cat but a practitioner of medicine - thus the more absurd and giggle worthy of the two which earns it that extra point.

The second newy to my list of 'things I must pour over everyday' is the eponymous Simpsons fan site Eye On Springfield. I don't know why it's taken me so long to find this site (through the favorites tabs on my brother's compy) but for those of you so obsessed with The Simpsons that the only way you can communicate is purely through Simpsons quotes THIS PAGE IS GOLDEN.
Sunriiiiiiiise, sunset. 
Sunriiiiiiiise, sunset.
Yes, we have no bananas.

Quite possibly my favorite quote of all time. Enjoy Chuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmmmmps! xx


Julia's Likeability Scale:
1. Blergh. Pop Culture equivalent: Home and Away.
2.Oh gosh I don't think I can hold in the Blergh much longer. 
Pop Culture equivalent: The Logies.
3. Gah! Really?! Pop Culture equivalent: The Courier Mail.
4. Gah! Pop Culture equivalent: George Micheal's Careless Whisper
5. Oh. Pop Culture equivalent: Finding out my cousin looks exactly like Thurston Moore.
6. Oh yes! Pop Culture equivalent: The Weekend Australian Newspaper.
7. A-nice-a. Pop Culture equivalent: Teen Girl Squad.
8. Ruv yewwww. Pop Culture equivalent: Smashing Pumpkins' 1979.
9. Please believe! Pop Culture equivalent: Arrested Development.
10. Marry me. Pop Culture equivalent: Season 6-8 of The Simpsons.


  1. OMG! Thank you for introducing me to Doctor Cat :D :D :D


  2. Anytime! He's the cat my mum wants me to marry lol.