Today at Flavorpill, we laughed out loud at catroulette. We watched 57 YouTube singers awkwardly cover “We Are the World,” presumably for Haiti. We imagined a world where we had “four or five Picassos” on our private plane. We met Tom Geismar, the man responsible for some of the world’s most recognizable logos, including the PBS silhouette. We welcomed Lil Wayne to Twitter. We wanted an invite to the White House’s annual Egg Roll because the cast of Glee will be performing there this year! We watched a bunch of zebras get relocated in Kenya. We decided that really old movie bloopers are inherently funnier. Speaking of really old, we wondered if there’s any chance in hell that Betty White will actually get to host SNL — regardless, we enjoyed Gawker commenters arguing about whether she’d be able to handle staying up that late. We were sad to hear that Christopher Wheeldon is leaving his own dance company due to friction. And finally we looked far, far down into the bottomless ocean from the comfort of our desks. Be warned: It’s kind of daunting.