Top 27 Adorable Picture Of Growing Up Pets

A pet while growing up becomes a member of the family, they have a place to sleep, a place to eat, their good and bad habits. Unbreakable bonds are formed, and everyone who had a pet in your life, can _ confirm this? While they grow pets are changing, but their love and enerosity grow along with them. This is a gallery of images that proud pet owners shared with us, images that will surely brighten the day, enjoy!

1. 14 Years Apart

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2. 3 Months Apart

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3. 4 years later

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4. 6 Months Apart

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5. 5 Months Apart

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6. 6 Months Apart

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7. 10 Years Apart

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8. 6 Monts Apart

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9. 3 Years Apart

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10. Kitty And Her Favorite Toy Then And Now

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11. 10 Years Apart

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12. 7 Months Apart

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13. Then and Now

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14. 17 Years Apart

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15. 1 Year Apart

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16. 1 Year Apart

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17. 3 Months Apart

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18. 17 Years Apart

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19. 16 Years Apart

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20. 5 Months Apart

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21. 16 Years Apart

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22. 21 Years Apart

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23. 1 Years Apart

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24. This Puppy Is Truly Risen!

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25. She Is Still Growing…

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26. Then and Now

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27. 4 Years Apart

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The 20 Best Cartoons of the 90’s

The 90’s were a golden age of cartoons. We had a blast putting together the 20 best, and we’re sure this list will inspire some discussion. Our only criteria was that the cartoon had to start in the 90’s, meaning a couple of very late in the decade entries were still eligible. We did make a small exception for one show, but we think you’ll agree it was warranted. Enjoy!

20. Darkwing Duck

Production Period: 1991-1995

This Disney smash followed Drake Ballard and his alter-ego, Darkwing Duck. Darkwing and his adopted daughter, Gosalyn Mallard resided in the town of St. Canard and used their powers to perform good acts all over their town. Darkwing Duck was a spin off of the Disney Series Duck Tales.

19. Doug

Production Period: 1991-1994, later 1996-1999

Doug Funnie and his best friend Skeeter got into all kind of adventures in the fictional town of Bluffington. Alongside Doug’s dog Porkchop, the trio got into all kind of trouble. Although the show eventually switched from Nickelodeon to Disney, it ran for a total of 116 episodes and even spawned one feature film.

18. Talespin

Production Period: 1990-1994

Using characters adapted from the 1967 movie, The Jungle Book, Talespin was set in the town of Cape Suzette. Baloo the Bear is out of work until he lands a job as a pilot. An orphan boy and former air pirate named Kit Cloudkicker attaches to Baloo and becomes his navigator. The pair share their adventures as Baloo becomes a permanent fixture in the child’s life.

17. Rocko’s Modern Life

Production Period: 1993-1996

Rocko’s Modern life followed the life of wallaby Rocko. The show, which was more adult than anyone could have imagined, was full of sexual innuendos and was written by a man who had no experience with cartoons or kids. After 52 episodes, the show called it quits, but the unique animation and brilliant storylines earned it a place on our list.

16. Pinky and The Brain

Production Period: 1995-1999

Originally starting as a recurring segment on the hit show Animaniacs, Pinky and The Brain finally landed their own show in 1995. Pinky and Brain are genetically enhanced laboratory mice who reside in a cage in the Acme Labs research facility. Each episode involves one of Brain’s plans for world domination with Pinky’s assistance, and the ultimate failure of that plan. The series took home several Emmys, including the 1996 Award for Best Animated series.

15. The Critic

Production Period: 1994-1995

The Critic focused on movie-critic Jay Sherman, who gained a reputation for hating most films he saw. The Critic brought satire to the masses, in his negative review of each film, frequently offering a list of diseases he would rather have than seeing a movie again. The show ran for only 2 seasons, getting canceled after just 23 episodes. We think it was just a little too brilliant for it’s time.

14. Tiny Toon Adventures

Production Period: 1990-1995

Another animated venture by the great Steven Spielberg, Tiny Toon Adventures followed the toons at Acme Acres. Following the everyday lives of characters set to resemble Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Sylvester the Cat and Elmer Fudd, they attended school at Acme Looniversity, where they learned how to be funny. Tiny Toon Adventures took home 2 different Daytime Emmy Awards for Animated Show and is ranked 41st in the Top 100 Animated TV Shows.

13. Bobby’s World

Production Period: 1990-1998

Bobby’s World was truly a unique show. Created by Howie Mandel, the world was shown through four-year-old Bobby Generic’s over-imaginative eyes. Bobby faced the same trials as most young kids, but dealt with it through comedy and laughter. The show ended its run on February 23 1998 after an 80 episode run. FOX Kids has released some episodes on DVD, and even created a game based on the intellectual property.

12. Animaniacs

Production Period: 1993-1998

Animaniacs was presented by Steven Spielberg and was the second highest rated cartoon in the 2–11 and children ages 6–11 demographics. The storyline followed The Warners, Yakko, Wakko, and Dot, three cartoon stars from the 1930s that were locked away in the Warner Bros. water tower until the 1990s. Upon their escape, they often interacted with some of the human characters working at the studio. The Animanics took home several awards, including multiple Daytime Emmy Awards. It also comes in at #17 on the All-Time Best Cartoon Lists.

11. King of the Hill

Production Period: 1997-2009

King of the Hill follows the Hills, a Methodist family from Texas, and their mundane, everyday sort of life. Since it’s creation in 97, King of the Hill has been nominated for 7 Emmy’s with 2 wins, and was even named one of Time Magazines Top 100 Television shows of all times. ‘Hill’ was recently canceled to make way for ‘The Cleveland Show’ (a Family Guy spin off), but the show finishes as one of the longest running prime time animated shows of all time.

10. Space Ghost Coast to Coast

Production Period: 1994-2004

Space Ghost Coast to Coast was one of the most refreshing and inventive cartoons to come out of the nineties. Set up like an animated talk show, the series brought back 60’s cartoon Space Ghost as the awkward, and sometimes painful show’s host. Space Ghost’s question often left the guests feeling confused and the audience was sometime led to believe the guests didn’t even realize they were on a talk show. The cartoon was even equipped with a laugh track. Space Ghost opened up the network to other “talk show” concepts, which eventually made the way for spin offs like Cartoon Planet and The Brak Show.

9. The Tick

Production Period: 1994-1996

The Tick is one of the animated series that didn’t run for very long, but reached cult status quickly. The Tick focused on a super hero who was well known for his “Spooooooon!” battle cry and his skin-tight blue suit. This satirical take on the super hero craze is considered one of the best animated series of all time, even though it only ran for 36 episodes.

8. Ren and Stimpy

Production Period: 1991-1996, later 2003

Ren and Stimpy, a dog/cat pair, were one of the most neurotic duo’s to hit television in the 90’s. When the show first started, it was described as frightening and often violent, which paired with the slow production schedule, caused the shows first director to be fired. When the show came back in 1993, it was re-formatted to suit the masses, and eventually led to four years of success for the show. The duo returned to television briefly in 2003, only to be removed once it began delving into plot-lines that were considered “too adult” for television.

7. Spongebob Squarepants

Production period: 1999-Present

When Spongebob Squarepants premiered on May 1 after the 1999 Kids Choice Awards, Nickelodeon didn’t know they had just launched one of the most popular kids cartoons of all times. Spongebob reached popularity in the middle of its second season, and hasn’t slowed down since. The low-budget show proved that you didn’t have spend a lot of money to make a lot, and eventually made way for cartoons like ‘The Fairly Odd Parents’ and ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’. The show follows a sea sponge (Spongebob) and his best friend star fish (Patrick) on several of their adventures around their hometown of Bikini Bottom. The show is made to be enjoyed by kids and their parents by including more adult innuendos and soundtracks that feature artists like Wilco, The Shins, Twisted Sister and David Bowie (who appeared in the shows most watched episode of all times). Spongebob is still going strong and can be viewed on Nickelodeon!

6. Daria

Production Period: 1997-2002

Daria, a spin-off of Beavis and Butt-head, also aired on MTV. Daria followed a misanthropic, intelligent high school aged girl (Daria) and her daily encounters with the world around her. The show often referred to the unfortunate circumstances that usually affect teens as well as references to pop culture, especially music. The series followed Daria through her awkward high school years and ended eventually with her graduation and acceptance into college. After 65 episodes and 2 TV movies, the series called it quits on January 21st of 2002.

5. Family Guy

Production Period: 1999-2002, 2005-Present

Much like Futurama, Family Guy took everything positive from the cartoons of the early 90’s combined it with the lack of political correctness of the 2000’s and forged it’s way through the depths of animated comedies. Family Guy, which first aired on January 31 of 1999, is one of the most iconic cartoons of all time, even producing a spin off show in ‘The Cleveland Show’. Focusing on the Griffin family, the show follows their day-to-day life in suburbia. The show often features other characters (Cleveland, Quagmire) but most story lines revolve around Peter, Lois, Chris, Meg, Stewie and their trusty talking dog, Brian. Nothing on Family Guys is what it seems, but it seems like everything you’d want to see in a cartoon.

4. Futurama

Production Period: 1999-2003

Futurama might barely make our list, only premiering on March 28, of 1999, but the quality of the show makes it a must include. The show is essentially a workplace comedy, focusing on three main characters, Bender, Leela and Fry as they go about their days as ‘Planet Express’ delivery employees. Futurama was officially canceled in 2003, but can still be seen as syndication on Comedy Central.

3. Beavis and Butt-head

Production Period: 1993-1997

Beavis and Butt-head first appeared on television on MTV back in 1993. Beavis and Butt-head are two teenage guys who get by obsessing over music videos, contemplating their sarcastic version of life and testing out really bad ideas. The show ended in 97, but it is still considered a pop icon of the nineties.

2. South Park

Production Period: 1997-Present

A cartoon that focuses on 3rd graders at a Colorado elementary school. It doesn’t exactly sound the like the recipe for a successful television series. But South Park is possibly the most successful animated series of all times. Since 1997, Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny have been presenting political topics and taboo topics with a comedic ease that leaves audiences laughing, even when they know they shouldn’t be. In 2000, the boys made the switch from third to fourth grade, where they have remained ever since. During the first 5 seasons, the show was infamous for killing Kenny near the end of every episode, then bringing him back the next week with no explanation of his death or return. The show always reflects pop culture phenomenons, or current fads in society, addressing everything from ‘High School Musical’ hysteria to ‘The Lord of the Rings’ madness. After a motion picture and over 180 episodes, South Park is still going strong, and will be for at least a couple of more years as it has been renewed through 2011!

1. The Simpsons

Production Period: 1989-present

Probably one of the most iconic cartoons of all times, we realize ‘The Simpsons’ didn’t technically get their start in the 90’s, but since it was just a couple weeks shy we felt we could bend the rules a bit. The original run date was December 17, 1989, which was a date that set the bar for all cartoons in the next decade. The Simpsons quality has certainly declined of late, but during the 90’s it was consistently cranking out top notch entertainment, and easily takes the top spot on our list of best 90’s cartoons.

10 Psychological Experiments That Went Horribly Wrong

Psychology as we know it is a relatively young science, but since its inception it has helped us to gain a greater understanding of ourselves and our interactions with the world. Many psychological experiments have been valid and ethical, allowing researchers to make new treatments and therapies available, and giving other insights into our motivations and actions. Sadly, others have ended up backfiring horribly — ruining lives and shaming the profession. Here are ten psychological experiments that spiraled out of control.

10. Stanford Prison Experiment


Prisoners and guards

In 1971, social psychologist Philip Zimbardo set out to interrogate the ways in which people conform to social roles, using a group of male college students to take part in a two-week-long experiment in which they would live as prisoners and guards in a mock prison. However, having selected his test subjects, Zimbardo assigned them their roles without their knowledge, unexpectedly arresting the “prisoners” outside their own homes. The results were disturbing. Ordinary college students turned into viciously sadistic guards or spineless (and increasingly distraught) prisoners, becoming deeply enmeshed within the roles they were playing. After just six days, the distressing reality of this “prison” forced Zimbardo to prematurely end the experiment.

9. The Monster Study


Wendell Johnson, of the University of Iowa, who was behind the study

In this study, conducted in 1939, 22 orphaned children, 10 with stutters, were separated equally into two groups: one with a speech therapist who conducted “positive” therapy by praising the children’s progress and fluency of speech; the other with a speech therapist who openly chastised the children for the slightest mistake. The results showed that the children who had received negative responses were badly affected in terms of their psychological health. Yet more bad news was to come as it was later revealed that some of the children who had previously been unaffected developed speech problems following the experiment. In 2007, six of the orphan children were awarded $925,000 in compensation for emotional damage that the six-month-study had left them with.

8. MK-ULTRA


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The CIA performed many unethical experiments into mind control and psychology under the banner of project MK-ULTRA during the 50s and 60s. Theodore Kaczynski, otherwise known as the Unabomber, is reported to have been a test subject in the CIA’s disturbing experiments, which may have contributed to his mental instability. In another case, the administration of LSD to US Army biological weapons expert Frank Olson is thought to have sparked a crisis of conscience, inspiring him to tell the world about his research. Instead, Olson is said to have committed suicide, jumping from a thirteenth-story hotel room window, although there is strong evidence that he was murdered. This doesn’t even touch on the long-term psychological damage other test subjects are likely to have suffered.

7. Elephant on LSD

In 1962, Warren Thomas, the director of Lincoln Park Zoo in Oklahoma City, injected an elephant named Tusko with 3,000 times the typical human dose of LSD. It was an attempt to make his mark on the scientific community by determining whether the drug could induce “musth” — the aggressiveness and high hormone levels that male elephants experience periodically. The only contribution Thomas made was to create a public relations disaster as Tusko died almost immediately after collapsing and going into convulsions.

6. Milgram Experiment


The Milgram Experiment underway

In 1963, in the wake of the atrocities of the Holocaust, Stanley Milgram set out to test the hypothesis that there was something special about the German people that had allowed them to participate in genocide. Under the pretense of an experiment into human learning, Milgram asked normal members of the public to ask questions to a man attached to an electric-shock generator and shock him in increasing measure when he answered incorrectly. The man was an actor, the shocks fake; but the participants didn’t know this. The terrifying part? People overwhelmingly obeyed the commands of the experimenter, even when the man screamed in apparent agony and begged for mercy. A little evil in all of us, perhaps?

5. Tony LaMadrid

Many medicated schizophrenics enrolled in a University of California study that required them to stop taking their medication in a program that started in 1983. The study was meant to give information that would allow doctors to better treat schizophrenia, but rather it messed up the lives of many of the test subjects, 90% of whom relapsed into episodes of mental illness. One participant, Tony LaMadrid, leaped to his death from a rooftop six years after first enrolling in the study.

4. Pit of Despair


A rhesus monkey infant in one of Harlow’s isolation chambers

Psychologist Harry Harlow was obsessed with the concept of love, but rather than writing poems or love songs, he performed sick, twisted experiments on monkeys during the 1970s. One of his experiments revolved around confining the monkeys in total isolation in an apparatus he called the “well of despair” (a featureless, empty chamber depriving the animal of any stimulus or socialization) — which resulted in his subjects going insane and even starving themselves to death in two cases. Harlow ignored the criticism of his colleagues, and is quoted as saying, “How could you love monkeys?” The last laugh was on him, however, as his horrific treatment of his subjects is acknowledged as being a driving force behind the development of the animal rights movement and the end of such cruel experiments.

3. The Third Wave

Running along a similar theme similar to the Milgram experiment, The Third Wave, carried out in 1967, was an experiment that set out to explore the ways in which even democratic societies can become infiltrated by the appeal of fascism. Using a class of high school students, the experimenter created a system whereby some students were considered members of a prestigious order. The students showed increased motivation to learn, yet, more worryingly, became eager to get on board with malevolent practices, such as excluding and ostracizing non-members from the class. Even more scarily, this behavior was gleefully continued outside of the classroom. After just four days, the experiment was considered to be slipping out of control and was ceased.

2. Homosexual Aversion Therapy

In the 1960s homosexuality was frequently depicted as a mental illness, with many individuals seeking (voluntarily or otherwise) a way to “cure” themselves of their sexual attraction to members of the same sex. Experimental therapies at the time included aversion therapy — where homosexual images were paired with such things as electric shocks and injections that caused vomiting. The thought was that the patient would associate pain with homosexuality. Rather than “curing” homosexuality, these experiments profoundly psychologically damaged the patients, with at least one man dying from the “treatment” he received, after he went into a coma.

1. David Reimer


David Reimer

In 1966, when David Reimer was 8 months old, his circumcision was botched and he lost his penis to burns. Psychologist John Money suggested that baby David be given a sex change. The parents agreed, but what they didn’t know was that Money secretly wanted to use David as part of an experiment to prove his views that gender identity was not inborn, but rather determined by nature and upbringing. David was renamed Brenda, surgically altered to have a vagina, and given hormonal supplements — but tragically the experiment backfired. “Brenda” acted like a stereotypical boy throughout childhood, and the Reimer family began to fall apart. At 14, Brenda was told the truth, and decided to go back to being David. He committed suicide at the age of 38.

Amazing Food Hacks That WILL Change Your Life

1. Remove avocado stems to gauge its ripeness.

Remove avocado stems to gauge its ripeness.

2. Wrap the top of your bananas with plastic wrap and they’ll last four to five days longer.

Wrap the top of your bananas with plastic wrap and they'll last four to five days longer.

3. Know how to use your coconuts.

Know how to use your coconuts.

Coconuts can be used for everything from shaving to washing your hair.

Here are many more uses for cocnuts that you would have never thought of.

4. Cup bacon and eggs together for convenient breakfast bites.

Cup bacon and eggs together for convenient breakfast bites.

If you love bacon and eggs for breakfast, try out this little hack for bite-size portions.

5. Yogurt makes a healthy substitute for nearly anything.

Yogurt makes a healthy substitute for nearly anything.

6. Freeze red and white wine before cooking.

Freeze red and white wine before cooking.

This way when a recipe calls for either, you will always have the wine available. Just drop a cube in and cook.

8. Crack eggshells for trippy dye patterns.

Crack eggshells for trippy dye patterns.

9. To keep potatoes from budding, place an apple in the bag with the potatoes.

To keep potatoes from budding, place an apple in the bag with the potatoes.

10. Bake eggs instead of boiling them.

Bake eggs instead of boiling them.

Alton Brown Method of Hard-Cooking Eggs: 325 degrees for 30 minutes. Baked eggs are better because they are less sulfurous (smelly) and the texture of the finished eggs is creamier.

11. But if you must boil, follow this guide:

But if you must boil, follow this guide:

12. Toast two slices of bread together for the perfect sandwich.

Toast two slices of bread together for the perfect sandwich.

13. Making the perfect ice cream sandwich:

Making the perfect ice cream sandwich:

14. Pair these wines and cheeses together.

Pair these wines and cheeses together.

15. Make the perfect loaded potato.

Make the perfect loaded potato.

16. How to make super easy sugar cookie bowls.

How to make super easy sugar cookie bowls.

17. Keep cakes moist by placing a piece of bread on top overnight.

Keep cakes moist by placing a piece of bread on top overnight.

18. Avoid messy hands while eating popsicles.

Avoid messy hands while eating popsicles.

19. If you put a thumbprint in the middle of your burger it will cook flat, not round.

If you put a thumbprint in the middle of your burger it will cook flat, not round.

20. Lather a moat of PB around the J for a drip-free PB&J sandwich.

Lather a moat of PB around the J for a drip-free PB&J sandwich.

21. Determine serving size with your hand.

Determine serving size with your hand.

22. Make dried fruits in your oven.

Make dried fruits in your oven.

23. Put wooden spoon over a boiling pot to prevent spill overs.

Put wooden spoon over a boiling pot to prevent spill overs.

24. How to make a bacon taco bowl:

How to make a bacon taco bowl:

26. Keep your avocados green longer with the help of lemon.

Keep your avocados green longer with the help of lemon.

27. Use a paper towel to keep your salad fresh and avoid sogginess.

Use a paper towel to keep your salad fresh and avoid sogginess.

28. Bake tortillas to make your own crispy taco shells.

Bake tortillas to make your own crispy taco shells.

29. Section off your beef before freezing to have portion-sized patties after.

Section off your beef before freezing to have portion-sized patties after.

30. The ultimate freezer guide:

The ultimate freezer guide:

31. Cookies ‘n’ cream coffee with Oreos:

Cookies 'n' cream coffee with Oreos:

32. How to make salad in a jar for lunch:

How to make salad in a jar for lunch:

33. Pizza eggs! (Or what to do with leftover pizza)

Pizza eggs! (Or what to do with leftover pizza)

34. The budget Big Mac

The budget Big Mac

35. Brew tea with these time guides:

Brew tea with these time guides:

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High Heels That Are Probably Actually Torture Devices.. BUT AWESOME

1. “Pain, without love”

2. “Pain, I can’t get enough”

3. “Pain, I like it rough”

4. “‘Cause I’d rather feel pain than nothing at all”

5. “You’re sick of feeling numb”

6. “You’re not the only one”

7. “‘I’ll take you by the hand”

8. “And I’ll show you a world that you can understand”

9. “This life is filled with hurt”

10. “When happiness doesn’t work”

11. “Trust me and take my hand”

12. “When the lights go out you will understand”

13. “Pain, without love”

14. “Pain, can’t get enough”

15. “Pain, I like it rough”

16. “‘Cause I’d rather feel pain than nothing at all”

16 High Heels That Are Probably Actually Torture Devices
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Amazing Life Lessons by Tina Belcher (Bob’s Burgers)

She knows burgers, loves a good rear, and has the voice of a tone deaf male angel. If Tina Belcher wrote a self help book, this is how it would go.

1. Believe in yourself.

Believe in yourself.

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2. It gets worse before it gets better.

It gets worse before it gets better.

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3. Be humble.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher
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4. Stay classy.

Stay classy.

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5. Defend your man.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher

6. Live with passion.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher
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7. Friendly competition is healthy.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher
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8. Dad knows best.

Dad knows best.

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9. Be fabulous.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher
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10. Leave the clown face at home.

Leave the clown face at home.

11. Listen to your gut.

Listen to your gut.

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12. Face your problems head on.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher

13. Indulge every once in a blue moon.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher
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14. Don’t be afraid of love.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher
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15. Don’t tell mom.

Don't tell mom.

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16. Dream big.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher

17. Know your angles.

Know your angles.

18. Think positively.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher
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19. Choose your battles.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher
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20. Keep an open mind.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher
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21. Work hard, play hard.

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher
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22. Always remember to shoot for the stars

22 Life Lessons From Tina Belcher

26 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults

1. They’ll stop what they’re doing to take a nap. Doesn’t matter where they are. Doesn’t matter who they’re with.

26 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults
26 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults
26 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults

2. They all make faces like this:

They all make faces like this:

3. They conduct themselves poorly in public.

They conduct themselves poorly in public.

4. Their depth perception is all over the place.

26 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults

5. Seriously, they just can’t seem to get their food to their mouths.

Seriously, they just can't seem to get their food to their mouths.

6. They are totally unable to predict when they’re about to pass out.

They are totally unable to predict when they're about to pass out.

7. They always find themselves in totally inexplicable situations.

They always find themselves in totally inexplicable situations.

8. They have absolutely no coordination.

26 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults

9. There is no sleeping position too uncomfortable.

There is no sleeping position too uncomfortable.

10. They have poor impulse control.

They have poor impulse control.

11. They often fall asleep on or near toilets.

They often fall asleep on or near toilets.

12. They shouldn’t be trusted around heavy equipment.

26 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults

13. They have no sense of shame.

They have no sense of shame.

14. And they often fall asleep with their shoes on.

And they often fall asleep with their shoes on.

15. They don’t know when to stop drinking.

They don't know when to stop drinking.

16. They constantly misjudge their strength and coordination.

26 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults

17. They’re really bad at posing for photos.

They're really bad at posing for photos.

18. They’re terrible at judging distances.

26 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults

19. They’re obsessed with finding something to eat…

They're obsessed with finding something to eat...

20. …but they often don’t make it that far.

...but they often don't make it that far.

21. They’re constantly hurting themselves.

26 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults

22. They draw on others’ faces when they pass out.

They draw on others' faces when they pass out.

23. They’re not good around pools.

26 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults

24. They can often be found with their heads in the toilet.

They can often be found with their heads in the toilet.

25. Things go wrong around them for no apparent reason.

26 Reasons Kids Are Pretty Much Just Tiny Drunk Adults

26. They have no shame about being seen without pants on.

They have no shame about being seen without pants on.

Game of Thrones meets Disney Style

Ever wondered what Game of Thrones would look like if it was given the Disney treatment? Well now you know thanks to artists Fernando Mendonca and Anderson Mahanski. It doesn’t matter how old you are, everyone can appreciate a great Disney adaptation! Let us know which characters you would love to see being Disney-fied in the comments section below!

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