JOIN
OUR EMAIL LIST!
Photo via @AndreyBalam-Twitter

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.

Image by Steve Buissinne from Pixabay

Y'all know that one Hannah Montana song? “Everybody makes mistakes! Everybody has those days!" That's the song I sing to myself every time I accidentally burn myself while making ramen. It comforts me to know, however, that there are a lot of worse mistakes out there than some spilled ramen. Who knew?

Keep reading... Show less
Image by Daniel Perrig from Pixabay

When I was younger, it seemed every adult believed that you couldn't swim for several hours after eating. Why did they all believe this? I fought them on this all the time, by the way. I shouldn't have had to, just because I'd eaten some barbecue during a pool party. Guess what, though? That belief is unfounded.

Keep reading... Show less

As much as we're not supposed to feel satisfaction upon observing the struggles of other people, it can be hard to resist a silent, internal fist pump when some blunder occurs immediately after we tried to help the person prevent it.

Keep reading... Show less
Image by leo2014 from Pixabay

One of the most upsetting aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic––which is saying a lot, frankly––is the number of people who have been so affected by misinformation and disinformation. You know the ones to which I refer: These are the people who are convinced the virus is a hoax despite the lives it's claimed and the devastation it has wrought on society at large. Disinformation kills––there are stories of people who remained convinced that Covid-19 is a hoax even while intubated in the ICU, even up to their last breath.

After Redditor asked the online community, "Doctors of Reddit, what happened when you diagnosed a Covid-19 denier with Covid-19?" doctors and other medical professionals shared these rather unsettling stories.

Keep reading... Show less