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the Tai Chi Shoes tumblrs (yes, there’s more than one) are my new favorite unintentionally hilarious set of tumblrs. Basically they take fun gifs (mostly Bruce Lee), make some weak attempt at relating it to kung fu (and why you should practice it) and then have about 2-3 sentences of absolute gobbledygook. On one hand it’s kinda embarrassing (embarrassing to watch, embarrassing to be even tangentially related as a kung fu practitioner) but on the other hand I have to laugh….

feiyueloplainshoes:

feiyueshoesaustralia:

feiyueshoesshopstuff:

Kung Fu Cat is coming!

Kung Fu contains sages study and understanding of life and the universe, is the Chinese Han people long accumulated valuable cultural heritage.Would you like to buy a pair of feiyue shoes?

Follow back!

the Tai Chi Shoes tumblrs (yes, there’s more than one) are my new favorite unintentionally hilarious set of tumblrs. Basically they take fun gifs (mostly Bruce Lee), make some weak attempt at relating it to kung fu (and why you should practice it) and then have about 2-3 sentences of absolute gobbledygook. On one hand it’s kinda embarrassing (embarrassing to watch, embarrassing to be even tangentially related as a kung fu practitioner) but on the other hand I have to laugh….

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boys meowing soulfully

it took me 3 seconds to reblog this

God bless the internet.

Always reblog meow boys.

Amazing. I did a little digging and the piece is called "Duetto buffo di due gatti" (or, “humorous duet for two cats”) and was compiled in 1825, probably by Robert Lucas de Pearsall. Apparently the middle section is Othello and Iago’s duet from Rossini’s Otello. But, you know, if they were cats.

Erik’s context, thank you.