Cameron Simcik is a graduate of Bucknell University. She has written for Her Campus and is currently the Philadelphia Travel City Editor for The Daily Meal and a contributing writer for TheFW and GuySpeed.
Babies know way more than we ever thought possible. Sure the munchkins are ridiculously adorable and all, but don't let their cuteness fool you. Tiny kiddos are smart. In fact, we think they're onto us.
We recently presented you with quite possibly the most adorable group of pictures, ever. They were miniature, furry nuggets of cuteness that would be extremely difficult to top in the miniature, furry nuggets of cuteness category-- tiny dogs. Could it get any better?! Answer: y-e-s. America, we'd like to share with you our latest discovery-- tiny cats.
Dogs have it good these days. Like, really good. They're gaining all sorts of attention just for being fashionable or looking like a human. How do they do it? We haven't the slightest clue. All we know is these days they're gaining more casual fame by being photographed in their owner's backpacks like it's no biggie (and it's ridiculously cute).
Puppies and babies top our list of the cutest things in the entire world. They're both pint-size bundles of adorableness that instantly distract us in any given situation (see: tiny puppies or videos of munchkins). But did you know there's something out there even better than said distractions? Even more charming than dogs or tots? Well there is, and it comes in the form of babies being best friends with puppies.
We're huge suckers for anything involving puppies, like skateboarding Santa dogs or Star Wars pups. (Come on-- how could you not be?!) We're equally obsessed with anything in miniature form. So what happens when the two are combined? Holy moly cuteness, that's what!
In today's job market, it's nearly impossible to land a new position, let alone an interview. That's why it's really important to make sure you stand out from other candidates right off the bat. But how the heck are you supposed to do that with no face time?
There are lots of awkward things in life. Take sneezing, for example. It's one of those things we just can't control, and there are zero ways to do so casually. It usually goes like this: you go for the huge "aaaa-CHOO," lots of nasty stuff comes out of your nose and you're left scrambling for a tissue while people look at you in disgust. It's just wrong. But did you know there's one great part to this involuntary action? The sneeze face.
We already know horses are prone to some pretty funny stuff, like Skrillex hair and semi embarrassing Halloween costumes. As our luck would have it, this is only one part of their entertaining shenanigans.
Is it just us, or are kids developing 'tudes younger and younger these days? Their sass factors have skyrocketed in recent years, although we're not entirely sure why. Take those evil glaring munchkins, for example. All we have to say is yikes.
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