Here is a tale we’ve all heard before, of a relatable shero making the best of a sticky toilet situation while trying to get some: a British woman panicked after having an issue with a poop that wouldn’t flush and ended up getting stuck upside down trying to retrieve the errant poop.
A driver in Kokadjo, Maine came upon what appeared to be a fight between two lynxes on the road and caught the interaction on video. Cat fight? Technically yes, but no.
Stella Kowalski, age 92, could out-swim me any day. Instead of jealousy, I feel nothing but awe and inspiration.
There’s a 19-year-old from California who scored two winning lotto tickets in one week and I’m screaming internally and externally.
The zoos and aquariums of America know what’s up. They know you and I are starving for cute content, so there is a war of sorts happening on Twitter. The National Zoo kicked off the so-called cute animal “tweet-off” with a photo (above) of a seal giving puppy eyes right into your soul. Ok, cute. Nice fur. There’ve…
If you live in a place like New York City where temperatures are over 90 degrees and humidity is set on “fuck...,” that means you probably stepped outside this morning and immejiately felt as if your body had been shrunken down and inserted atop the tongue of a person with deathly hot stank breath.
Wow, it’s literally me when I finally snap and—after years of longing, envious looks—sneak into my friend’s neighbor’s aboveground backyard pool!
Think about flying. And how cool it is. That’s inspiring in itself. But what about flying for a very long time? With your own wings. Meet: This really small bird, which researchers say “weighs less than an iPhone” and just made science history for the longest recorded migration: 60,000 miles.
On Saturday, in Billings, Montana, it hailed, and I lit out for the territory ahead of the rest.
“She listens, she does mind, [but] she is a buffalo, you can’t really push her around too much,” Karen Schoeve, doting mother to one 1,000-pound housebroken bison, tells the Dallas Morning News in my new all-time favorite video.
When we were children, we were taught that if we work hard, we can achieve anything we put our minds to. Inky, a New Zealand octopus, worked very hard and achieved the ultimate goal: freedom.
Today, a cow attempted to run with the wind in Jamaica, Queens. The animal galloped around the campus of CUNY’s York College with no restraints, and no cares.
In 2011, I visited Disney World for the first time with my family and stayed in a timeshare with a pool. While swimming in that pool, I found myself doggy paddling from end to end because I didn’t have the necessary skills to swim in a normal way. After about two minutes, I started flailing. Arms got tired. Why?…
A baby sea lion was discovered living my life at a restaurant in California, doing absolutely nothing while waiting for a chance to enjoy a good meal at a fancy place for once.
This airport coyote knows a little something about freedom, or at least he did for a couple hours on Tuesday in the great wilds of Myrtle Beach International Airport.
If only YOU could be as happy about the fall as Stella the dog, whose only thought right now is: OH MY GOD LEAVES!
PACK IT UP. We’re all losers in this game of life. Had you or I been asked to retrieve this frisbee from high up on that tree, even as humans we’d 100 percent have given up. It’s a frisbee, which isn’t even a real object. This dog could’ve just barked back, “Eh, it’s too high. What’s for dinner?”