As cute ~as cute enough to eat~ as can be.
The hamster's name is Piko and she LOVES IT. (H/T Rocket News)
I mean, do you really need that jet ski?
"It might sound like an easy job, but devoting a huge chunk of time and thought every day to your makeup, hair, and outfit, plus to taking the perfect photo, all while maintaining a full-time job, is not easy."
"Stop drop and roll won't work in hell."
Possibly the greatest problem of our time has finally been solved.
Don't turn out the lights!
They ended up with an awesome selfie though!
You'll need some skittles, confetti, and (of course) the support of friends and family.
If Moments' first week is any preview, Twitter is going to have a lots of difficult choices on its hands.
They must take after their owners.
Breakfast is just smoke in mirrors. Just some smokin' mirrors.
They entered the Fear Factory and then wanted to GTFO.
"Directions: Pour into an oiled fish mold and chill until firm."
The situation is unclear.
Try these sexy, sexy sex moves tonight. (WARNING: Contains toon nudity.)
TRUE LOVE DOES EXIST.
*Aggressively plays song on repeat.*
Coolest professor ever.
Because he forgot he was Kanye West for a second.
The choreographer who brought you Sia's "Chandelier" is about to blow you away once more.
The boy was playing unsupervised with his younger sister on a subway escalator when he got wedged under the handrail. WARNING: This post includes graphic photos depicting the trapped child.
Farewell, sweet ovaries.
Love you mom and dad, but I have found a new family.
What the $10 billion co-working company’s internal financial documents tell us about how a decacorn is built.
Lush's latest "Go Naked" campaign has caused many to rally to the cosmetics company's side.
Can't decide on a spooky classic? No need to scream! This two-question quiz will tell you.
Cheers to the nights you can't remember!
A woman found the images through a fluke Google search and leaked them on Instagram. UPDATE: Some of the photos have been taken down since this post was originally published.
Teach us how to Halloween.
"You should have mad nipple confidence."
The fantasy series, based on Cassandra Clare's book franchise, will premiere in 2016.
Or, as Canadians call it, "Thanksgiving."
"When political narratives are so vitiated, doing normal, simple, friendly things become effective modes of protest."
You judge everything.
It's about what's right for your relationship, not what went wrong in someone else's.