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    Posted on Oct 14, 2015

    19 Foods That People Shouldn’t Be Allowed To Eat

    Eating cute things should be outlawed.

    1. These farm animals who just want to be loved, not consumed.

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    2. This snuggly bear who's sleeping under a warm blanket.

    3. This chick who's already imprinted on you.

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    4. These whimsical friends from under the sea.

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    Macarons made by Honey and Butter.

    5. The cutest-ever baby Groot.

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    Now, how could someone possibly devour a baby Groot CAKE? That would be murder.

    6. These teardrops that are just enjoying some laughs among friends.

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    7. This sweet, sunny doll.

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    What's it doing in this person's dinner??

    8. Charlie Brown, who's too excited to see you.

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    9. This ghost that just wants to keep spookin' on.

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    Giving your daily dose of cute spook.

    10. These sticky penguins.

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    11. These angelic, rosy faces.

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    Behold, the magic of fondant cakes.

    12. These kittonuts!

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    13. These teddy bears that only know how to give out hugs.

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    14. These adorable porcupines.

    15. These deviled eggs that just want to give you a peck on the cheek.

    16. These besties who are just bathing in soupy joy.

    17. This blissful little turtle.

    18. These jubilant babies!

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    19. And these babies, who seriously might be real babies.

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    They're actually chocolates...

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