Queen Elizabeth’s last corgi has died. RIP Willow and also my emotions.
On first pass, there is nothing wrong with this Corgi perched atop a pony, trotting into the night like a dragoon riding off to battle. It’s cute, it’s unexpected, all of its ingredients are perfectly calibrated to make the internet scream into its clasped hands. But something is off about this video, and I need to…
One of Queen Elizabeth’s last remaining corgis has died. Pour one out for 13-year-old Holly, a very good dog.
Your morning cereal will look especially sad once you know that Queen Elizabeth II’s corgis are probably, this very moment, chowing down on steak served in a fancy dish.
Corgis! Lots of corgis! Lots of corgis on a beach! Who wouldn’t want to go to a corgi meet-up on a beach? The answer is “no one wouldn’t want to go to a corgi meet-up on a beach.” Like, seriously—as of now, 2,243 people have RSVP’d “yes” to this event.
Seems like rumors earlier this year are true—famed corgi enthusiast Queen Elizabeth is pretty much done accumulating corgis. According to one insider, the 89-year-old monarch doesn’t want to leave behind a bunch of young dogs when she dies. LIZZIE, NO.
Here are Beau (baby) and Tucker (dog) enjoying a bit of tummy time. The baby seems to be content with tummy time, likely amazed that he can finally lift his head. The dog, however, seems to be bored out of his mind with baby games. The dog is right, tummy time is boring.
Hey, the bride knows what she wants.
Hey, what did you do this weekend? I'm betting it wasn't nearly as good as dressing up as a corgi with your friends and dancing with a bunch of real corgis to a Taylor Swift song.
Just when we were all hoping that Amanda Bynes was doing better (despite the strange behavior, mysterious twitters and threats to sue the tabloids), her life has taken another devastating turn. TMZ reports that Bynes' parents and Sam Lutfi have tricked the troubled star into into a psychiatric hold.
Puppy party takeover!
Rare is the person who enjoys housecleaning duties, but this corgi really despises everyday cleaning products. Which is how this attempt at a super-cute video ended with an explosion and a woman's kitchen in flames. Ta-da!
Check out these puppies doing what they do best: attacking everything around them in the most adorable and ineffectual manner possible. Silly corgi, you can't eat the entire floor. But we'll certainly watch you try! I mean what else do we have to do? *Entire world burns; still watching puppies.*
ATTENTION. We have video of a corgi puppy falling asleep. I repeat. We have video of a CORGI puppy falling asleep. Brace yourselves for Internet impact in 3..2..1...
Well, just like the door-opening raptors in Jurassic Park, corgis have finally figured out jungle gyms. This will be our final report before we retreat into a bunker and wait out the Corgipocalypse. May God have mercy on us all.
It was never an even match, so don't despair, Corgi. Pretty much nobody and nothing can beat a kitten except maybe a nuclear bomb. MAYBE.
The Queen's Dogs might be classy, but they still don't have use for cutlery.
Aren't corgis always supposed to be down for a good time? WELL APPARENTLY NOT.
But doesn't everything? Even Queen Elizabeth II needs more corgi, and that woman has corgi for daaaays.
It shouldn't surprise anyone that the preferred playstance of the Welsh Corgi is "prone," since Corgis have been so thoroughly inbred that their stubby legs often stop working when they get older and they have to be carried around like Little Lord Fauntleroys. When did we start desiring dogs that have absolutely…