Get ready to smile.
Get ready to smile.
Plus Drake-in-disguise asks people what they think of Drake, pro tips for applying foundation, Alison Brie and Adam Scott throw a house party.
Prepare your heart parts for Maron and Fleur.
People all over the world are taking the #100HappyDays challenge.
Sit back, relax, and stay hydrated.
When you look at it like this, now is a very good time to be alive.
Who would have thought boosting your mood was this easy? Thanks, science!
You’ve got this.
There are many happy moments in Happy Animal History, but these are the happiest. Makes you wonder why people even bother to study other kinds of history at all.
These will make you feel warm inside.
It’s the little things in life.
Come on get happy.
Everything in life should include a layer of brownie pieces.
If this video doesn’t inspire you to plan a trip, nothing will.
As you might have guessed, the best things aren’t really things at all.
Buttercream makes everything better.
If you’re feeling good about life, steer clear of any of the movies on this list. These are 25 films that will leave you raw, empty, and in desperate need of a shower.
We can learn a lot from a man and his onion.
Extremely important: Please take this short test to see if your smile still works. Smizing doesn’t count here — we’re looking for real mouth movement! OK, ready?!
The country’s unhappiest states are all in one cluster in the South and Midwest.
People who want cosmetic surgery may be happier when they actually get it, according to a new study.
Money, friends, sex: Modern science has uncovered many factors that contribute to happiness. We’ve developed a definitive ranking, in descending order, of the things most likely to make you glad.
Stories of parents pushing kids to succeed in school above all else have been making headlines lately, but new research has found that social relationships are a much better predictor of adult well-being than a kid’s grades.
You can thank Twitter for giving us these quality reasons to take our first world existences for granted.
Sky Sports’ announcers during the spectacular Manchester City — Queens Park Rangers game went absolutely berserk. It’s not often that you see a team win the championship with two goals in stoppage time.
This is more a science post than a cat post, but learning is important, so. (via thefrogman.me)
Rate your partner using one of these official charts from 1939 and leave their score in the comments. Then we will be able to judge who is happiest.
Here is a stoat who honestly couldn’t care less. Hooray!