The poor sloth had somehow managed to survive a storm and the high tides of the ocean from the night before.
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There's no dilemma in this world that can't be soothed by some good dessert.
It's too early to declare a Song of Summer for 2018... but this is our Song of Summer for 2018.
They thought their cat Gunther had died after he went missing for so long, but somehow, miraculously, he returned to them.
'Cause baby, it's cold outside.
Clemson student Christopher Carns managed to make a golf shot 94-feet across a basketball court into a cardboard cutout. The shot earned him a sweet $10,000 and the eternal respect of his peers.
Bailey, perhaps better known as "I have no idea what I'm doing dog" or "redneck retriever," sadly passed away around two years ago. Today, the internet gets the rare treat to see into her adorable, meme-filled life.
She was forced to leave many of her childhood possessions when she moved to Colombia, but her husband, knowing how much the doll meant to her, managed to track down a collector's item.
Aside from a bit of locker room talk, this is positively heartwarming.
Joey contracted spinal meningitis at 14 months old, leaving him with only 50 percent hearing in one ear. Thirty minutes after receiving an implant, he could understand his loved ones with remarkable clarity.
What have we done in this world to deserve them?
The Baby-8 is even cuter than the real BB-8. There. We said it.
Little Isabella didn't want her dad to leave after he had tucked her into bed, so she started singing a made-up song on the spot.
If this were part of a Jimmy Fallon Christmas challenge video, things would have gone down so differently.
"Now, THIS feels like Christmas!"
This is perhaps the first time we've ever been jealous of people suffering through holiday airline travel.
"Every time I go to lunch these two would always point at my shoes. I asked, 'You like these?' they both nodded their head saying, 'yes.' So I promised them I would get them a pair. I worked hard that week and was able to buy both pairs. I surprised them at lunch today and now we all have matching shoes."
250 miles above the earth, ISS crew members come up with their own unique traditions to usher in the holidays.
He has been stationed in Japan and finally found a way to make it home this holiday season.
2017 was absolute butt in so many ways. But luckily we were blessed with a steady vein of special internet content: stuff that was actually wholesome.
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