Cameron Simcik is a graduate of Bucknell University. She has written for Her Campus and is currently the Philadelphia Travel City Editor for The Daily Meal and a contributing writer for TheFW and GuySpeed.
Easter's right around the corner, so it's time to get into the holiday spirit. Create some awesome eggs, stuff yourself with Peeps--whatever floats your Easter boat. If none of this prep works for you though, we say take a cue from these Easter bunny babies.
Anything goes when it comes to art, particularly on the internet. Feel like constructing an ode to Grumpy Cat? Knock yourself out. What about a collection of Disney/Star Wars mashups? That, my friends, is also possible.
These days, it seems like dogs are getting more and more into the dressing like a human game. That or we're just getting more obsessed with clothing our canines in mini versions of stuff we wear. (The latter is true.) Either way, there are zero complaints on our end, because the results are just so stinkin' cute.
Dogs have it good these days. Like, really good. They're gaining all sorts of attention just for being fashionable or looking like a human. How do they do it? We haven't the slightest clue. All we know is these days they're gaining more casual fame by being photographed in their owner's backpacks like it's no biggie (and it's ridiculously cute).
It's surprisingly rough being a mascot these days. Sure, they're the awesome side entertainment at sporting events, but that puts a heck of a lot of pressure on them. Think about it-- mascots are constantly forced to cartwheel on ledges, do backflips in front of thousands of people and just be downright stupid. It can be awful, especially when things go wrong. Cue: mascot fails.
It's a little sad, but guinea pigs all-too-often get left out of the costuming mix. It's understandable considering their small stature and the limited amount of miniature clothes available for cute rodents, but there's no real excuse for us to overlook them so much.
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