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.
Being a dog in today's society must be really confusing. They're probably thinking, "how have I suddenly sprouted human eyebrows?" or "why the heck am I driving Power Wheels?" The answer is simple -- because confused dogs are hilarious. That's why we love it when they catch a glimpse of themselves in the mirror.
Technology can be really confusing sometimes. Take the Roomba, for example. It's a vacuum that basically does all the work on its own, cleaning the floor at the click of a button. While we're not entirely sure how the whole thing works, there is one hilarious thing that comes out of the invention-- babies and cats love riding them.
Pugs are some of the funniest pups around. For starters, they have a knack for eating peanut butter and dressing up like Avengers. The bulging eyes, heavy breathing, tongue hanging out-- they can't help but look hilariously adorable no matter what the situation.
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.
'This is 40' is a hilarious new comedy starring Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann as an older version of the couple they played in the equally funny 'Knocked Up.' It's basically an entertaining take on how married couples deal with life once they hit the daunting 4-0. Sure, things can get hard once you get up to that fourth decade, but we can't overlook the tough challenges one faces in the younger years. Introducing 'This is One.'
Welcome to the new year, y'all! We survived the Mayan Apocalypse, went to our office holiday parties without going totally nuts and witnessed Kathy Griffin trying to get in Anderson Cooper's pants. We're still trying to get that image out of our brains. Regardless, we made it to January, and that's pretty impressive.
It's true the holidays are easily the greatest time of year, but it can also be the most exhausting. After so much preparation, it sort of feels like we want to nap for weeks. It also doesn't help that we ate our weight in ham and stuffing and chocolate, so we're currently nursing a major food hangover. But it's time to rally, people! We can't forget one of the greatest parties is coming up in just a few short days-- New Year's Eve.
One of the reasons we love the holidays so much is that there are tons of ways we can celebrate. Ugly Christmas sweater parties probably rank at the top of our favorites, just because wearing the ugliest cardigan ever in the name of holiday spirit is strangely fun. So what ranks towards the bottom of our favorites list? Office parties.
Contrary to popular belief, photobombing is super hard, and it requires a lot of skill. For starters, you have to get the timing down perfectly and do it so no one posing actually notices your moves leading up to the photobomb.
With all the time we spend on Pinterest, it's no wonder we've come across so much quirky and awesome stuff. Half our holiday gift and decorating ideas come from the site alone! Want to check out Disney/Star Wars mash-up art or a cheeseburger dress? They've got you covered. Not surprisingly, the site also has a whole slew of questionable holiday products you can pin and repin, like a pickle ornament or a creepy spandex reindeer costume.
Ever since news broke that Disney purchased Lucasfilm, AKA the 'Star Wars' franchise, tons of Disney-meets-Star-Wars art has hit the net. It's not only really cool, the art also helps us to picture what it'll be like when the sci-fi franchise is immersed in cartoon land.
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