Some might argue that there are few things cuter than a litter of tiny kittens. Others could contend that a playful mini pony is one of those very things.
Ask us to choose who wins and we’ll be here for a while deliberating. But here’s one way to settle this intense debate…put the two together!
Well, this farm in Saku City, Japan, did just that. If you’re still undecided about if this is, in fact, the cutest thing ever, just watch for yourself…this video is all the proof we need, at least.
This pony is either loving the attention or is just too tired to get up — either way, this is TOO MUCH.
Oh, hey random capybara. This little dude is probably just jealous of all the kitten cuddles going on.
Look at that grin.
Watch the entire fury cuddle session here.
If you’d like to catch more adorable farmhouse shenanigans, just visit their YouTube page here.
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If you’ve ever had to deal with terrible customer service, what you’re about to see will make you feel so much better about humanity.
Shopping online is the best, but sometimes, dealing with customer service when orders fall through is the absolute worst. That’s what one man expected when he reached out to Amazon about a delivery issue. Bracing himself for a headache, he hopped into a customer service chat and explained what happened.
All of those bad feelings quickly vanished, however, when the service rep introduced himself.
Here’s how the situation went down.
I just hope that this guy got a massive raise after that. Don’t you wish all customer service employees were this gracious? Dealing with people all day is admittedly difficult, so it’s uplifting to see representatives rise above the negativity and deliver the best service possible. You go, Thor!
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A senior at the University of California Berkeley thought his flight from Los Angeles to Oakland, California, would be like any other.
He boarded the plane, took his seat, and made a phone call. The 26-year-old student had just attended an event that featured the United Nations secretary general as a speaker.
Since the plane was still at the gate, he called his uncle to tell him about the exciting speech.
He told him about the delicious food that was served and how he got to ask a question of the secretary general.
But as he had the private conversation, he noticed the woman in front of him was listening in.
He said goodbye to his uncle…and that’s when things took a turn for the worse.
The woman told the flight crew that the student had made “potentially threatening comments” during his call.
When he got off his call, a flight attendant came over and walked him off the plane.
The student was then questioned by Southwest Airlines staff before the FBI was called to the scene.
If this sounds unfair to you, you’re not alone.
A man was removed from a plane without the opportunity to defend himself or get any explanation as to why he was being kicked off. Khairuldeen Makhzoomi was ultimately cleared of any suspicion and was given a refund on his flight. He arrived home in Oakland eight hours after he was due to land initially.
It shouldn’t have mattered that Makhzoomi was speaking Arabic.
It also shouldn’t have mattered that he’s an Iraqi refugee.
Makhzoomi was having a private, perfectly harmless conversation with his uncle. And yet, he was discriminated against simply because he was speaking a different language.
(via The New York Times)
What would you have done if this happened to you? It really puts it all in perspective when you exclude just one tiny detail…the fact that he was speaking Arabic.
Share your thoughts in the comments section.
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