Now it makes sense why Toys R Us has giraffes as their mascot. It's because they can turn any item into their own personal toy. It's just too bad that the adult giraffe seen here is hogging the toy from their child.
Like it says at the Statue of Liberty, "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free. Oh, and also give me your electrical energy, so I may come to life and wander the streets of New York."
Cows are known for producing methane gas...but usually not like this. But at least it's a great source of energy. However, if you visit this farm, you'd better start practicing breathing through your mouth as much as possible.
There are some folks who like to date people a little bit older, but this Sphinx guy seems kind of ancient. Maybe she'd be better off with someone a little younger. For instance, any of the faces of Mt. Rushmore.
You may not know this, but cats have ability to retract all their limbs and then float through space. Don't believe us? Try staring at your cat for the next four hours until it happens. It's okay, we'll wait.
This photo marks the first time in history that cats have expressed love and affection. Which is why we're positive it must have been an accident. Seconds after this photo, they probably looked at their tails, got freaked out, and then coughed up some hairballs just to prove their still cool and detached.
When it comes to giant animal monsters, this guy doesn't seem as scary as King Kong or Godzilla. However, he's still capable of doing some damage. Especially if your car is underneath when he flies by.
Who says print media is dead? If newspapers are going out of business, it's because they're targeting the wrong audience. Start writing stories specifically for squirrels, and profits will go through the roof!
Every wonder why dogs sniff each others' butts? Are dogs just being really gross? Nah, they're actually just checking on if the dog is actually real. If the butt has no smell, there's a good chance it's really a chalk drawing.