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 nothing surprising about our pets getting into shenanigans when we're not looking. Sometimes we find the little buggers in the act, and what results is adorably hilarious. But other times, we're not lucky enough to catch them red-handed, although their guilty expressions totally allude to trouble.
Of course we know tattoos are permanent, which means the tattooed should usually opt for a design they wouldn't mind having well into their twilight years. Luckily for us though, a lot of people don't think that through and go for the weird. Like, really weird.
We have some beef with dogs. How is it that they can get into loads of trouble, and we still can't get mad at them due ridiculous amounts of cuteness? It's sort of annoying, especially because most times pups know they're getting into shenanigans, but they do mischievous stuff anyway. Even then we still can't bear to punish the little buggers.
In case you forgot, a little something called the Super Bowl went down yesterday. Alicia Keys rocked the National Anthem, Beyonce was as fierce as they come and the commercials were awesome. There's also one very underrated part of Super Bowl Sunday that often goes unnoticed-- the Puppy Bowl!
Only t-minus four days until the big game, so now is the perfect time to start thinking about the most important part of our Super Bowl party-- food. Nachos, sandwiches, pizza and anything greasy goes, as long as it's hardy and semi-manly. But how the heck are we supposed to choose with so many delicious options out there? Answer: go big.
Is it just us, or does it seem like sloths are getting more popular lately? Baby versions, ones with Skrillex hair-- you name it, it's out there. They've been around for thousands and thousands of years, but maybe it's one of those things where people are just now understanding the little guys. Whatever the case, there are zero complaints on our end since they're so ridiculously cute.
It takes a certain breed of human (or animal for that matter) to perfect the almighty photobomb. The creepy expression, the ideal timing-- it takes a lot of talent. Some jokesters can spend years practicing these techniques, but others are just naturals (like babies). So who's the most recent addition to the photobomber talent list? Celebrities.
Humans have a lot of talent, like creating the most hilarious Oprah impression ever. But there is one thing humans can do that reigns at the top of funniest abilities; ladies and gentlemen, we are capable of producing belly laugh-worthy leaf blower faces.
We're not big fans of winter. The only good part of this season is that it's socially acceptable to grow a burly bush of upper lip hair to keep us warm, but other than that it's just cold, dreary and it's also the season of the flu. Just thinking about the chills, the aching, and the fevers makes us want to curl up and cry for our mommy-- it's awful.
Pizza chains are officially out of control. They're constantly cranking out weird food inventions like crust stuffed with hot dogs and the heart attack-inducing Cone Crust Pizza. It's like they need to up the ante in the game of tomato pies.
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