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We absolutely adore cats. From the biggest floofs to the tiniest smol meows. And the latter ones are featured on subreddit the r/IllegallySmolCats, an online community with hundreds of thousands of members. Scroll down for the cutest examples! The post There’s a Group Where People Share Adorable Pictures Of Their “Illegally Small Cats” first appeared on .
They say, if you never fail, you never learn. But some mistakes are so dumb, so ridiculously dumb, you can’t help but wonder if the people responsible care about anything they do. Featured below are the best examples from subreddit r/OneJob where people share these funny mishaps. The post The Best (Worst?) Photos From a Group Dedicated To Sharing “You Had One Job” Fails first appeared on .
We’ve previously featured this restaurant in Texas that’s making its customers and the internet laugh out loud with their brilliant signs. Now it’s time to check out their latest additions! The post This Restaurant Is Winning The Funny Sign Game (New Pictures) first appeared on .
A bodega cat is a feline that inhabits, you guessed it, a bodega. It’s what New Yorkers call their convenience stores or delis. @BodegaCatsOfInstagram is a social media project dedicated entirely to celebrating these hard-working kitties. The post This Instagram Account Collects Photos Of Cats In Small Shops Looking Like They Own The Place first appeared on .
Some people have very *ahem* interesting ideas for pregnancy photos… The post Awkward Pregnancy Photos first appeared on .
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