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.
There's no sense in denying cats can be a little sassy from time to time, simply because they're not afraid to make it totally obvious they hate something. Costumes? Check. Reindeer antlers? Double check. Their 'tude doesn't make them any less adorable, though! It's sort of charming, actually.
The Super Bowl is easily the greatest sporting and TV event all year, and you know what that means-- awesome parties. Tons of food, tons of people and even more food always amounts to a good time, which is why we're psyched for Sunday.
It's surprisingly rough being a mascot these days. Sure, they're the awesome side entertainment at sporting events, but that puts a heck of a lot of pressure on them. Think about it-- mascots are constantly forced to cartwheel on ledges, do backflips in front of thousands of people and just be downright stupid. It can be awful, especially when things go wrong. Cue: mascot fails.
Miniature horses are probably one of the funniest animals, hands down. There's just something about seeing the things in a shrunken down version that gets us every darn time. Honestly-- can you look at a tiny foal without cracking a smile? No way!
When it comes to showcasing adorably tiny animals, we usually stick to puppies or kittens or the occasional piglets with people clothes. It's just a standard go-to that never fails to brighten our days or make us "aww!" for hours. Of course these furballs are great and all, but did you know there's a whole other world out there of small animals? Ones you've probably never seen in miniature form?
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.
We like to think we're pretty funny, despite what our significant others/mothers/everyone we know says. Some people just don't know how to appreciate a well-crafted joke. "You're so corny," and "that's horrifically un-funny" are just funny ways of saying "I love you," as far as we're concerned.
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!
Snow is one of the greatest inventions of good ol' Mother Nature. Sure it can be a pain sometimes, but the stuff is also really cool! Take making awesome snowmen, for example. Can you do that with rain? Wind? Sunshine? No, because snow rules.
2012 was a fantastic year for pranks. Remember that awesomely sassy 'Psh' joke or the adorable Mistletoe setup? We'll say it til we're blue in the face-- we love pranks! They just make life a tad bit more interesting. Now that 2013 has rolled around, we think there's no better way to welcome the year than by bringing you a whole new set of hilarious shenanigans.
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