Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry or both. Just in case you have missed our previous list, here's a link.
The Grey Muzzle Canine Hospice Project is a heart-warming project of Nicola Harrison, a former volunteer at a kennel who decided to turn her home in Mansfield, UK, to a dog hospice where she provides end of life care for abandoned and terminally-ill dogs who have less than six months to live. This way she ensures dying dogs are living out their final days as happy and loved as possible. In an interview with Metro, Harrison said she makes them each a bucket list, throws them a birthday party, takes them out for steak dinners and more: "We take them down to the local pub – it's really dog-friendly, and they'll get a steak dinner too. Many have not led a very nice life too, used for breeding or guard dogs, so when they've become unwell, they're not useful anymore and left". She also said that she spends up to $500 on each dog to give them the best there is in life for the short amount of time they have left. Here are some of the heart-warming photos we have found on her facebook page. All we can say is that it's truly inspirational and the world needs more people of this kind.
We're huge fans of the bizarre and creative parody work of Keaton Patti (see this hilarious Bot written Olive Garden Commercial script) and the Austin Powers movies hold a nostalgic, groovy place in our hearts. So we'd imagine a cross between the two would be a pretty fantastic thing. And boy, is it.
Choosing beggars never fail to leave us scratching our heads. Why bother asking what the price is for something when you're coming into the situation with a nice whopping $0 in your mind? In this case, I guess they reached so far as to offer shelling out for the postage fee. My god! How gracious. But seriously, what compels these choosing beggars to do the things they do. And then without fail they'll play the victim and call the seller who's just trying to make money off their skills, "rude." What a nightmare.
Twitter. Love or hate it, you gotta admit our generation sometimes gets it's greatest comedy from the media platform. The following 33 tweets have well over 100K likes each, and quite honestly, it's not hard to see why!
Can you make it through the list without cracking a smile? We broke on the first tweet.
Did you know it was possible to play video games using musical instruments? Like not Guitar Hero, but games like James Bond. Yeah, I had no idea. This is amazing. Gamer Jackson Parodi manages to speedrun "GoldenEye 007" using a piano as a controller, and it's a sight to behold.
We gotta take this time to show our appreciation for all the line cooks out there who work tirelessly to prepare our delicious food with little to no gratitude. Like, damn you guys are badass and most of the time you don't even get tips or health insurance! Our hats are off to you!
(And honestly we wouldn't really blame you for spitting in a rude customer's food.)