Okay, maybe we shouldn't say "playing with puppies." Maybe we should say "tolerating being pestered by puppies." Regardless ... SQUEEEE!! It's no secret that we love capybaras (proof), and Cheesecake likes to foster puppies at the animal rescue where she lives...
If Bill Watterson had ever animated 'Calvin and Hobbes,' perhaps this is what it would have looked like. Redditor AdamAnimates used Watterson's drawing as keyframes to make this cartoon.
The cartoon was made using Flash, with Watterson's art dropped into the program and traced over to give the characters movement. Thankfully there's no dialogue, so the voice you've had for Calvin and Hobbes in your head all these years remains intact. Here's the original comic:
The internet has a longstanding, undisputed love of cats. Just because we love something doesn't mean we have to think it's perfect, though. Cats, for example, in addition to being cuddly and adorable, are basically huge jerks.
If you're not one of Russell Crowe's 825,000 followers on Twitter, maybe you should be. That way you can see a real-time play-by-play of how this whole UFO spotted outside of his office thing plays out.
Kevin Hart hosted 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend. Here he is in a pretty good send-up of 'The Walking Dead.' It seems as though not seeming racist is more important for the survivors then succumbing to a zombie apocalypse...
Andrew Mason, now-former-CEO of Groupon, resigned today. Well, actually, he was more fired, really. And he told everybody. How do we know? Because he also publicly released his own letter of not-resignation, because it was going to leak anyway. Here's what it said.
Peter Bailey, 27, was taking his dog for her evening walk along the beach in Tenby, Wales, when he came across this unusual sight. He snapped some pictures of it, because he had no idea what it is, and now it has earned the name The Beast of Tenby.
Suddenly we feel very lucky to have been born in the '80s. Back then, our biggest naming danger was being called Brandi or Lacey. One mom-to-be is letting the internet name her child, so who knows what it will be called.
We don't know this kid's name, so we're just going to call him ORIGINAL B-BOY. This video, which the Library of Congress has politely decided to share with the world, was made in 1898, and shows a little street urchin performing acrobatics and maybe breaking just a little bit.
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