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These can be trying times. Between the never-ending deluge of political scandal and online outrage, it can sometimes seem the world has lost something of its innocence.

Enter the #SnootChallenge! The rules are simple: owners encourage their pets to put their snoots into circles made by their fingers or hands. That's it. That's the whole thing. It's simple and beautiful and if you don't enjoy these videos then you're the problem with America.



You go, young pups! You're doing great!


Many pups absolutely killed it!



Some other pooches had some trouble.


But that's the beauty of the #SnootChallenge—there's no way to lose, as long as you're a good dog. And they all are!


Dogs met the challenge with varying levels of excitement and skill.

One thing's for sure: the #SnootChallenge will never be forgotten, and will in fact be thought of for decades to come as an important turning point towards good in our global culture.



H/T - Huffpost, Mashable

Insults come in many forms, most of them involving swear words or similar affronts. However, there is something to be said for a truly cutting remark made without the use of such language.

Some favorites are always old Victorian slang and insults. They just hit different. Something about telling an a-hole “you sir are an unlicked cub and your wife a sausage wallet" is just more satisfying. Although we do not recommend going around insulting people, the list of swear-free insults below will certainly get a chuckle.

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Aging is a sneaky process. Most of us don't realize how old we've gotten until we find we are no longer able to do things the way we used to with ease when we were younger.

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It's never easy to leave home.

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Like it or not, we've all met a liar or two. Some lies aren't so obvious either, and if the individual has a habit of lying regularly, then that's a sign that they could have a larger problem. Some lies are more innocent––we know those as "little white lies"––and typically don't harm anyone.

And some lies are just obvious and absurd––even entertaining. Why do people say these things? In truth (ha), the reasons might be complicated and the individual might not even be aware. We heard all about them after Redditor Mobile_Sturgeon asked the online community,

"What was the most obvious lie you've ever heard?"
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