Do you ever have those days when you feel like the entire world is against you? A rotten day at work, an anonymous comment on the internet, someone gets in your face for no reason, or you just feel bad because that’s what we’re prone to do sometimes. Though animal adoptions shouldn’t be something taken lightly, one very good reason for it is that you’ll have someone or something in your life that will always be there for you and love you with all of their tail-wagging might, no matter what.
I feel like I need to adopt, like, three more dogs right now. I just want to sit in a pile of unconditional love. It’s been that sort of day.
Emily James is one of those very young people you encounter who obviously has a wise, old soul inside. This 3-year-old girl does something that a lot of us with long locks don’t really consider doing: she donated her hair.
After learning that there are kids out there who get sick and who lose their hair, Emily told her mother that they should “just cut some off and give it to a kid.” Yes, just as simple as that. So they went to see her Uncle Matthew, with her Rapunzel doll in tow, and Emily and her doll got a fabulous matching hair cut.
This girl is just so sweet. I think if she were my daughter, I could not have been more proud.
What do cars and dogs have in common? Nothing. But that didn’t stop Chevrolet from making this heart-string pulling commercial about a young woman and her dog.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to go find my two idiots and cuddle them.
I am so happy that this prank went the way that it did, because when I first saw the title and 30 seconds of the video, I thought to myself, “Oh, this is just entirely cruel.”
But it’s not. It’s so wonderfully lovely and that man deserved every single dollar from that fake lottery ticket.
I have way too many feelings right now. Mainly, one of extreme happiness that is causing me to shed abnormal amounts of tears.
Note: NSFW! (Ma’s language)
This video was posted to Youtube by Niall Quinn and according to the description: “Surprised my ma after two years travelling ;)”
That’s pure surprise & excitement right there, kids.
An incredibly beautiful new video shows how an orphaned pelican named Big Bird slowly learns to spread his wings and fly. How did he learn? His caretakers from conservation group Nomad Tanzania ran alongside him flapping their arms up and down so he would mimic their actions.
After a few failed attempts, this GoPro finally captures the moment when it all comes together. YOU FLY, BIG BIRD!
This ad campaign from Wacoal Thailand, the Thai division of the intimate apparel company Wacoal, really, really does a good job of pulling at those heartstrings. I cried for a good 15 minutes of the entire thing. No, really, I actually have a headache from all the crying.
The campaign, titled “My Beautiful Woman”, recreates true stories sent in by different people about beautiful women that they have encountered, with the tagline that “Wacoal believes that all women were created to be beautiful.”
It’s about inner beauty, guys. Now, I’m gonna go back to crying.
via wacoalthailand / thanks shannon!