Well, the dogs don't seem particularly unhappy, so we guess this is okay. As long as dogs don't understand what dignity is, they'll probably be fine.
Owners in China have been stuffing their dogs into stocking and high heels, taking pictures of them, and putting them on the internet, because this is the world we live in now. Since you know you secretly want to see more of these, here you go:
It's Easter weekend, and we all know what that means -- time to eat some ham and get your crunk on. We've always said if you aren't risking an insulin coma, you aren't really drinking, so here are some Peeps-themed cocktails to prove you love Easter but hate your body...
As far as internet photo trends go, this one is certainly more fun than planking, Eastwooding or milking (don't Google that one at work). Hadoken-ing, for lack of a better name, is a trend gaining popularity among Japanese students.
We would say this impressive, but it seems more appropriate to say this kid is the uber-little brother. Breaking into his sister's room? Check. Stealing her stuff? Check. Doing it in a manner that makes it hard to prove it was him? Check.
12-year-old Josh McQuoid got pulled out to sea by a wave at Marine Beach in Napiers, New Zealand. The waves were so strong that they also made it impossible for Constable Paul Bailey to save him, at least on his own
Peter Bailey, 27, was taking his dog for her evening walk along the beach in Tenby, Wales, when he came across this unusual sight. He snapped some pictures of it, because he had no idea what it is, and now it has earned the name The Beast of Tenby.
Okay, so maybe that's not the most graceful headline. But you didn't come here for grace. You came here to see that one guy from One Direction get hit in the junk with a shoe. Over and over again. You won't be disappointed.
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