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Once again, we face indisputable proof that humans simply do not deserve dogs.

This Russian good pup was mindful of traffic laws when making his attempt to cross the street, and the internet really lost it.


Take a look at this angel:

Chelyabinsk, Russia, is blessed by this patient pup.

A traffic cop, seeing the plight of the doggo, walked into the middle of the road to make sure the traffic stopped for him.

When the little pooch crosses, he appears to be walking with a slight limp:





"Chelyabinsk is not so harsh," the original tweet reads.

In fact, Chelyabinsk seems like it could be a great place if all humans treat all city dogs with this much compassion.





When dogs are the best, doesn't it just melt your icy heart?

Especially in this cold season. Chelyabinsk, Russia, is currently experiencing a high of 23 degrees Fahrenheit. Across the pond, in the US, some very good dogs are helping to warm up the season.

Like this shovelin' pup:










The only thing that makes this icy, grueling time of year better is the pups.

But gosh darn it, they make it so much better.

Time flies... before you know it, it's gone. Suppose there are things you really want to do: Getting into certain habits is a lot easier to do when you're younger. It's a lot easier to go to the gym and exercise on a regular basis, for example, when you're in 20s than when you're in your 30s, 40s, or 50s.

But there's nothing wrong with starting now––you'll notice the benefits eventually.

After Redditor Tr0az asked the online community, "What do you wish you started doing from a young age?" people shared their stories.

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There are basic life lessons that are life-saving and cost-effective that we are all intimidated by but, in actuality, they take all of a few minutes to acquire. We all condition ourselves to believe that certain skills in life are just too complex for regular joes to master. The truth is... you do not need an Ivy League degree to learn how to clean out the water heater, clip your pet's nails, or change out a toilet. Who knew? So many of us have been forced to acquire new skills while we've been trapped at home and we're going to be better off for it.

Redditor u/goodspeed19 wanted to know what lessons we should all be learning while stuck in quarantine that will make us more useful in the future by asking..... What's a skill you can learn in 30 minutes to one hour that is extremely useful/cool?
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When I was heading into high school from middle my guidance counselor and my parents wanted me to enter into "gifted" classes because I was able to maintain a high GPA. They thought it would give me a head start for a great college and then prime me for the Presidency. I protested and negotiated signing up for merely "advanced" classes, God forbid I go with "regular" classes, or we all just get the same education. I have never regretted it.

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The real world is a harsh place. We don't learn that soon enough. When we're younger we believe everything is possible and whatever it is that we want to do for a living is going to be a success. So we head off to school to procure that dream and in school we learn all we can and the dream grows bigger.

Then a little while after graduation, many people realize, the dream is a fantasy and the major they chose maybe more problematic than bountiful. Not many companies are looking for experts in socioeconomic post Russian literature. So maybe a few plans.

Redditor u/Mahimah wanted the post college peeps out there to share with us, tell us which degrees may not be the most fruitful in the world. They asked.... College grads who discovered too late that your major is useless in the real world, what do you do now?
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