Star Wars geeks, this week’s edition of Slippers Guide is just for you! As one of the greatest film series of all time and possibly the single greatest ’80s movie franchise, Star Wars have earned their very own slippers section, so buckle up as we delve deep into a galaxy far, far away. Continue reading
If you consider yourself a cat person, you might want to stick around for a bit, as we’re about to bring you our selection of the coolest slippers for cat lovers on the web. It’s time for yet another edition of our weekly slippers guide, so buckle up! Continue reading
So far, our bunny blog journey has taken us across various domains and worlds, ranging from movies, music, video games and so much more. But this time around, we’ll go a bit more old-school and delve into the amazing world of books as we present you with eight hare greats of the literature domain. Continue reading
Bunny rabbits can be considered as one of the omnipresent elements of the modern pop culture, as they somehow always find a way to be included in a vast array of entertainment spheres.
So right now we’ll focus on the gaming industry and some of its most prominent bunny rabbits. They come in different shapes and sizes, but are all equally cute, so buckle up as we make a rundown of eight most famous video game rabbits.
Robbie the Rabbit
There’s nothing like a cute bunny rabbit to brighten up your day. And everyone knows that the only thing cuter that a bunny rabbit is a cute bunny rabbit wearing a hat. So buckle up as we make a rundown of 20 photos of bunnies with hats.
When trying to avoid cliches and some of the more apparent musical themes, artists tend to change their style and lyrical approach. They find new ways to express themselves or entirely new topics to delve into through their music.
Believe it or not, rabbits are occasionally included among off-the-beaten-track topics, dating back to the early days the 20th century. Sometimes they serve as metaphors (cryptic or otherwise), sometimes they’re specifically about rabbits, but one thing’s for certain – they’re bunny songs. So join us as we rundown of 10 greatest rabbit songs of all time.
10. Florence & The Machine – ‘Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)’
We’ll kick it off with younger representatives of the music scene – Florence & The Machine and their Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up) tune. Indie rockers released the track as a single in June 2009, scoring No. 12 spot on the UK Singles Chart.
Moms are a t.v. staple but they take many forms. Some are traditional (sweet, tender, caring, etc.), others a bit more unconventional (sarcastic, gruff, animated, etc.), but what binds all of them is a matriarch’s love for her family. In honor of Mother’s Day (cue the gentle reminder: this Sunday), we’ve assembled a gallery of our 10 favorite television mothers and included YouTube clips that capture them in their element.
1. Peggy Bundy, “Married With Children”
2. Wilma Flintstone, “The Jetsons”
3. Roseanne Conner, “Rosanne”
We’ve been celebrating Mother’s Day all week here at From Hop To Pop. Tuesday’s post, a gallery of Mom tattoos, tackled a decidedly human phenomena, but today we’re digging into the animal kingdom for inspiration. Posted below, then, are 10 life lessons that we’ve gleaned from doting animal moms (both biological and surrogate), as told with YouTube videos.
1. Sharing is caring. Take the cat in the video below, who nurses an orphaned bunny along with her litter. A-DORBS.
2. Ask for help when you need it. In this next clip, an elephant gives her baby a much-needed push at a time of need.
3. Keep up appearances. Daily grooming sessions are a great way to bond, as demonstrated by this tigress and her cub. (I can’t stop marveling at her tongue, it’s HUGE.)
Mother’s Day is this Sunday — (editor’s note: cozy gift slippers) — and to mark the moment we’ve compiled a gallery of 11 awesome “MOM” tattoos, as sourced from something we like to call the Internet. The results reveal an array of creative impulses and techniques but the designs all share one crucial element: LOVE.
1. Entwined with rope and roses (hey-o), Mom is presented here as the anchor, and the emotional rock.
Nom Nom Nom Mom Mom Mom
3. A cover of the New Yorker from 1993, as penned by Art Speigelman. Considered a tipping point in the tattoo’s long and winding acceptance into the mainstream.