If we all didn't love anthropomorphic animals so much, there's no way Disney would be as successful as it is. It turns out there's something better than cartoon animals acting like people though -- real animals acting like people.
This video makes us feel happy, because it is so supremely awesome. It also makes us feel sad because we will probably never get a high five from a bumblebee. We can't even get high fives from our "friends."
You might remember Titus, the free-throw wunderkind whose awesome talent sparked a viral video earlier this year. If not, here you go! Now that we've provided some context for this awesome toddler, let's watch a Fox News anchor make him cry.
The world's most popular sport isn't just for humans. In addition to robots, animals are also quite smitten with the sport, perhaps because it doesn't require opposable thumbs. Whatever the reason, one thing's certain -- when animals get their paws on a soccer ball, d'awwwws ensue. Check out these super-cute pictures and GIFs for proof.
Sure, baby squirrels are a little weird looking, but so's our cousin Jon, and we don't go around pepper spraying him anytime he approaches a bunch of middle schoolers. (Wait, that sounds weird. You get what we mean....)
The Porcubimmer racing team has built a real-life version of Homer Simpson's dream car (and failed attempt at auto design), The Homer. The car will race at the Buttonwillow Raceway in California this weekend in the 24 Hours of LeMons race -- an endurance race for cars that cost less than $500.
Well, here's something you don't see every day (unless you follow this guy around, in which case, move along ... move along). It's a man with a mohawk playing "Thunderstruck" by AC/DC on bagpipes that shoot flames...
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