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.
We have no idea why, but animals are like, super talented when it comes to photography. Remember how they're master photobombers? That's just the beginning. Even though their talent is slightly greater than that of us humans, there are zero complaints on our end, because the result is always entertaining, adorable, strangely hilarious or all of the above.
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.
Since tattoos are permanent and all, it's pretty important to choose a design you'll want to have for the rest of your life. The thing is, sometimes people don't exactly think about the whole 'forever' part of inking, and that's where hilarity comes prancing in.
We like some pretty offbeat stuff here at TheFW, particularly when said stuff throws us for a loop. Of course today is no exception. Ladies and gents, we'd like to present to you bacteria art. Who knew microbes could be so awesome?
When it comes to gettin' down on the dance floor, there are a few moves that have stood the test of time. Maybe you like a classic jig, or perhaps the percolator is more your style. But there is, however, one dance that gets people of all ages boogieing: the Moonwalk.
Valentine's Day is tricky. Most people either love the mushy stuff or dread it for weeks beforehand, so there's really no right way to go about celebrating the holiday. Lovebird festivities usually entail red roses, lots of chocolate and super sentimental things that make some people want to gag.
Anything goes when it comes to art, particularly on the internet. Feel like constructing an ode to Grumpy Cat? Knock yourself out. What about a collection of Disney/Star Wars mashups? That, my friends, is also possible.
We first introduced you to the adorableness that is baby and puppy best friends a few weeks back. It's a phenomenon that's almost way too cute to handle. But can it honestly get any better than that? Answer: Y-E-S.
February 14th is upon us, so it's time to whip out all the lovey dovey cliches, y'all. We're talking about the stuff we expect on V-Day-- the chocolates, roses and, of course, the proposal stories. It's a pretty cute idea to propose to your significant other on the most romantic day of the year, but with that comes a big, big risk-- that other person might say no. Yikes.
Is it just us, or are kids developing 'tudes younger and younger these days? Their sass factors have skyrocketed in recent years, although we're not entirely sure why. Take those evil glaring munchkins, for example. All we have to say is yikes.
Warning: what you are about to see might induce an attack of adorable overload. Sit down, take a deep breathe and prepare yourself for... wait for it... Cupid babies. That's right-- we've discovered little kids who look like the love master himself. Aww!
Birds are funny creatures, mainly because they're prone to unfortunate (and hilarious) haircuts. They also have a particular knack for jamming out to music, and they're pretty good at it, too! Remember that master beatboxer dubstep bird? That was just a measly intro to birdy talent.
These days, it seems like dogs are getting more and more into the dressing like a human game. That or we're just getting more obsessed with clothing our canines in mini versions of stuff we wear. (The latter is true.) Either way, there are zero complaints on our end, because the results are just so stinkin' cute.
Listen, you know we're suckers for anything that involves baby animals or miniature versions of things. But when the two are combined, it's like mega super adorable overload, and we can barely handle it. Somehow, though, our latest findings are on a whole new level.
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