I didn't choose the pug life. The pug life chose me.
The Monster Engine partnered with a bunch of lovely children to answer the question: What would happen if children's artwork was painted with the precision and expertise of a skilled artist?
I found Emily on Tumblr when someone posted a roundup of her Sugar Series. The series of photographs features candy perfectly arranged and organized by color.
They could poop under there and no one would notice.
The utter ridiculousness of female objection is why many people's gut reaction to a girl in shorts on a summer day is to slut shame rather than consider the temperature.
Halloween is just an excuse to be super inappropriate.
Here's a little reminder of why books give me that warm tingly feeling.
Why are cats jerks? Because the only emotion a cat is capable of feeling is contempt. [See diagram below.
Your halloween nail inspo!
His droopy eyes make him look sad and longing like North West grasping at hope for a normal childhood.
Keep your Ds, send me videos of you sheepishly dancing to Drake.
The lovely people who actually participate in Twitter hashtags have provided us with some exchanges we'd like to add to our #That'sTheShitIDon'tLike lists.
Cereal is morning's dessert.
A photo series? An art project? An epic trolling? Who cares, I like to see weaves on things.
I long for the days of freeze tag and hide and seek.
Have you ever seen a hamster eat a carrot? It's like chomp chomp chomp.
It’s Monday which means no one wants to go to work or class or anywhere especially now that it’s getting colder. I want to wrap...
My goodness look at those tiny leg
"WHY WOULD THEY WRITE PUMPKIN IN GIGANTIC LETTERS ON THE PACKAGING UNLESS THEY TASTED LIKE THE NECTAR OF THE GODS, LIKE THE FRUIT OF CHOICE IN THE GARDEN OF EDEN, LIKE THE SWEAT OF BRITNEY SPEARS?"
I found something magnificent. Dare I say—holy?
Dinah Fried's project recreates meals from a range of books including Catcher In The Rye, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and Heidi.
He's a long, lengthy goofball that doesn't mind wearing adorable hats.
I can't imagine the number of people who had to approve this that didn't see what is pretty obvious. Yikes.
From Steve Carell to Katherine Heigl, these are some of the funniest speeches in award show history, and we love 'em!
OMG IT'S MORE AMAZING THEN YOU THOUGHT, I KNOW!