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.
Lions aren't usually one of those animals we go "aww!" over. They're actually sort of scary — that is, unless they come in dog form. No, seriously! Remember when we introduced you to that poor lion pup who got the cops called on him? Well, it turns out there's a whole bunch of fellow lion fakers of the canine variety out there, and they couldn't get any cuter.
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.
When it comes to the game of haircuts, choosing the right one can be really tricky. One second everything is going fine, the next the lady at Supercuts has decided that the best way to make you look like Winona Ryder is to shave part of your head. There is one style that instantly screams "I am awesome and you got your hair cut at Supercuts"-- the mohawk. As our luck would have it, we've come across a whole slew of babies who have achieved this rockstar look. Check 'em out below!
It's a little sad, but guinea pigs all-too-often get left out of the costuming mix. It's understandable considering their small stature and the limited amount of miniature clothes available for cute rodents, but there's no real excuse for us to overlook them so much.
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.
If there's one thing we know about dogs, it's that they love attention. In our experience, pupsters are full-on hams when it comes to getting in front of the camera, and truthfully, we wouldn't have it any other way. Remember those ridiculously cute Halloween costumes? We rest our case.
The holidays might be over, but there are still tons of reasons to be happy. For starters, dogs with eyebrows are now a thing, and we couldn't be more stoked. Plus, there's really nothing fun about sporting a scowl, so we like to keep things positive and fun.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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