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50 Pictures That Make Me Grin Uncontrollably No Matter How Many Times I've Seen Them

Looks at these pictures and soothe your tired soul.

If every day the world seems like the absolute worst to you, just remember...

1. The Italian sneezes:

My favourite kid I ever taught when I was a swim teacher was this little 4-year-old Italian boy. One time he sneezed and nobody said anything so he just went “what? No bless yous for Giacomo?”

Twitter: @CheeseCakePCK

2. The important reminders:

When my daughter was 7 years-old she once interrupted a bedtime story to tell me, “In a pie-eating contest, it doesn’t matter if you win or lose because you get to eat pie.” I think about that a lot.

Twitter: @Dad_At_Law

3. The bone-chilling chants:

I am very, very sick but a neighbor just rode his bike down the street screaming "WE ARE NOT GETTING ANY MORE ANIMALS!!!" while being chased by his 3 small children on their (decreasingly smaller) bikes who kept chanting "HAMSTER! HAMSTER! HAMSTER!" and I had to share

Twitter: @i_miss_the_days

4. The babysitting pro-tips:

My 14yo is babysitting for the first time and I just received this text from him. 😂😂😂

Twitter: @DaniAndi4

5. The thoughtful parents:

One of my greatest joys in life is when Jeff calls the vet to make an appointment and they ask for his name, and he says, Jeff. Then, they ask for our cat's name, and I watch him gather his strength before he tells them, Baby Jeff.

Twitter: @BrittanyMeansIt

6. The very important lessons:

professor teaching his students slang

7. The otherworldly forces:

I showed my students that I can say my ABCs backwards and a student shouted “SHE’S A WITCH!” and then I unzipped my jacket and revealed my Hocus Pocus shirt and they all screamed and the universe has never aligned like this for me

Twitter: @jinglebayls

8. The stunning flowers:

my 93 y/o resident had me watering her flowers for well over 20 minutes because they had to be perfect. she then told me to look at them really closely and tell me if i noticed anything. they were fake, literally not real at all. then she said april fools go get me a coffee. Lmao

Twitter: @ky_denzz

9. The family dinners:

cat family waiting for dinner

10. The carefully named drinks:

I was behind a grandmother who was apparently visiting Starbucks for the first time. The barista said, "Can I get a name for your drink?" She looked very confused and said, slowly, "I guess just call it Bob?"

Twitter: @JJ_Denhollander

11. The incredible investments:

We pay my oldest $1 every time he reads a book. We’re talking 160 page chapter books. 😂 I’m out $120 this year and he thinks he’s ripping me off. Best investment ever.

Twitter: @DavidSven

12. The explosive celebrations:

this woman just came and bought $300 worth of fireworks and I was being nice and said “ooh are ya planning a big bbq” and she said “no my son has muscular distrophy and was supposed to die by 18, we’re celebrating his 40th birthday tomorrow, he likes fireworks” wow God is good

Twitter: @chloxdawson

13. The heart- and body-warming blankets:

touching blanket from a deceased husband

14. The intense demands:

children are so strange i just had seven (7) young boys on my front porch demanding to see my cat. they had a leader. i opened the door and before i could greet them he said “where’s your cat. i know he’s in there we see him in the windows and he’s real fat.” idk what to do here

Twitter: @deIusionangel

15. The deals of a lifetime:

person who gifts a teacher a chair because they are a teacher

16. The cousins from far away:

When my son was 3 he had a Guinea pig named rufus. One day he left the cage open & rufus disappeared. I bought a replacement rufus, never told my son & things were going fine until the original rufus showed up and I had to pretend he was rufus's cousin, roger from philly.

Twitter: @ArtIsMyPorn

17. The important instructions:

garbage man who wrote a reminder to wave to a window

18. The surprise children:

story about someone meeting children

19. The prime times:

@smaisley My freshman roommate would leave the dorm at 2 in the morning and come back around 4am. Thought she was chillin with a boy or something. Turns out “that’s the prime time to watch raccoons at the pond near the HFAC.”

Twitter: @leannee_wright

20. The tiny little touches:

I LEFT MY TEDDY IN MY ROOM AND THE HOUSEKEEPER DID THIS??;!;!;!!;!;

Twitter: @chocolatadisco

21. The thoughtful insects:

story about bees being polite

22. The expert opinions:

Remembering that time in grad school when my advisor, a great ornithologist, got a random call: drunk guy, bar noises in background: IS THIS THE BIRD PROFESSOR? my advisor: um..yes? drunk guy: DO HUMMINGBIRDS HAVE FEET? my advisor: ...yes *wild cheering over phone from bar*

Twitter: @northernsprw

23. The technicalities:

My professor handed back our 3 page film essays to my surprise I got a C after class I asked her why “you were supposed to write it about the movie The Emperor of Time.. you wrote it on The Emperor’s new Groove but it was kinda good so I didn’t fail you” so thats how im doing

Twitter: @adam_cook2014

24. The wholesome deception:

A person with the day off pretending they have to go to work and decided to stay home because their pets persuaded them

25. The delivery serendipity:

person who gifts delivery food to someone

26. The clutch moves:

Sister-in-law had her driving test today. There are three possible spots they use to test reversing round a corner, and one of them she just couldn’t master. So Stepdad Ken went and parked his car there so the examiner had to pick one of the other two. Anyway, she passed.

Twitter: @nitsohara

27. The attention to detail:

someone trying to make a realistic yeti costume who needs to the fur to be believable

28. The comforting birds:

parrot who is good at conflict deescalation

29. The fantastic sayings:

polish man who says the child must not be an obstacle after asking if a kid will be upset wiith loud noise

30. The tight-knit families:

kid who calls the babysitter family

31. The disc memories:

touching memory to a deceased disc player

32. The perfect synonyms:

tweet reading my bf's first language is french and he forgot the word for lid so instead held up a pot and asked where is his hat

33. The "wastes" of money:

a person bought a $900 wedding cake and had a cake fight with his brother but he doesn't regret it because his brother died shortly after

34. The little baby olives:

a woman complimented a waiter about the olive oil at a restaurant and it turned out the waiter and his family grew the olives and made the oil

35. The calls out of the blue:

tweet about a person getting a random call from a baby they dont know

36. The horse pirates:

tweet reading someone in my norwegian class didn't know the word for cowboys so called them american horse pirates

37. The balloon kindness:

Someone ordered balloons that said, "Fuck cancer" and the company ordering them refunded them and offered to use the money for a cake

38. The study pizzas:

a person studying at a restaurant they work at was giving small pizzas to snack on

39. Those chance encounters:

a text from a person who was incorrectly dialed saying that hearing "hey mom" made her day because she recently lost her daughter

40. The neighbors with infinite kindness:

cardboard placed over an open sunroof to avoid rain

41. All the goldfish rescue crews:

people on a train trying to save a goldfish that fell out of a bag of water

42. The dads trying their best:

dad baked a cake for kid after mother, who normally did it, died

43. The kindness of Willie:

truck announcing the news their daughter found a kidney

44. The 20 years of luck:

four-leaf clover that a dad had in his wallet for 20 years

45. The people who help others:

table full of goodies for USPS workers

46. The kind notes:

note from a restaurant offering free food

47. The perfect gifts:

tweet reading When my son was born, i created an email address for him.
Every achievement and photo taken is sent to that email.

When he is old enough, he will get the password and will have all those memories.

48. The practical jokes:

tweet reading Before my mum passed away, she gave my dad strict instructions to water the plants in the bathroom. They look so amazing he decided to take them to his new home, only to discover they are plastic!

49. The lifelong friendships:

someone fixed a pigeon's wing and now the pigeon and his girlfriend live at the person's house

50. And the well wishes from the past:

dollar bill that says good luck from 1997