Killings brings you our weekly selection of posts that have amused, enlightened and generally distracted us.

A zoo in China has been caught out pretending that a fluffy dog is an African lion. Who even knows what’s real anymore?

This week saw Opposition Leader Tony Abbott make more gaffes than a roll of gaffer tape (sorry). This article helpfully suggests how he could have avoided Tuesday’s gaffe, #sexygate.

You might have seen this talented lady on YouTube. She uses her makeup skillz to transform herself into pop culture icons – now with more Walter White.

Houses photobombing other buildings (or just cool architecture).

The print versus electronic debate goes on – this time in the New York City subway – while this study looks at the differences between reading from the screen versus the page.

Can you pick the fake Mona Lisa? (Everything depends upon your decision. Not to put any pressure on you.)

This lady wore a bra made of bacon. She is featured on a website called Bacon Today.

Author unhappy to be upstaged by Gwyneth Paltrow, seeks revenge with meat products and – an act familiar to us all – a snarky blog post.

The guy that co-founded PayPal has a very Jetsons-esque idea for a high-speed mass transit system. Those awesome utopian ideas don’t always work, though.

Congratulations to the winners of the Prime Minister’s Literary Awards!

Prince is now on Twitter and it is beautiful and confusing.

Happy Friday!