One day, cultural historians will write volumes about the emergence of captioned cat pictures--or "lolcats" as they are known in the vernacular--and deconstruct at length their significance, especially with respect to the gentrification of leet-speak, and muse upon their sublime comedic genius.
Then, and only then, will Scholastic Books finally start offering some more interesting posters. You know what I'm talking about.
Meanwhile, here's a cat and a rabbit to brush up your Shakespeare.
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