It’s Friday. Let’s celebrate.

It’s Friday and you deserve something to make you smile so here are the things that did it for me this week:

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If I die, use this as evidence @quincyvines

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rock lobstah 🎸 via @queenb_aker @stevenoooch

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My first thought was Shrek 😂

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Fuck it, I’ll do it tomorrow (@sadpeaks)

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  1. These are all so awesome, but the one with the little boy and the demon gave me that big ol’ boost of serotonin!

  2. Thanks. I needed that today. (((Hugs))) Jenny – and anyone else who needs them!!

  3. My little brother is a cat. Does that mean I’m one too? Also will Jenny love me if I am?

  4. Isn’t it wonderful how babies and animals give unconditional love even when the creatures they’re giving it to are so different?
    Love thy neighbor, don’t judge a book by its cover, tolerate those who annoy you (but don’t let them take advantage of you,) make the most of the opportunities life gives you, sing like no one is listening, dance like no one is watching.
    Love, be kind, forgive.

  5. That lion cub was life! That hide-a-bed in the couch though, made me laugh out loud so hard that I got stares from people at work.

  6. I can’t explain why; but “Don’t be suspicious” made laugh until I cried!❤️

  7. Thank you for selecting these and sharing them with us. Each one of them gave me a smile.

  8. A big NO on having a fox. Their urine smells much like skunk musk, and there’s nothing to be done about it. If you were thinking about getting me one for my birthday, we’ll say it’s the thought that counts.

  9. Love this! Thank you!

    During these uncertain times remember the words of British Columbia’s provincial health officer Bonnie Henry, “This is our time to be kind, to be calm, and to be safe.”

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