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funny dogs image The "Fattest Dog" Spotted Living the High Life Flying in First Class
Via: @madeleinedoux
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This dog was turning heads on his way to a first class airplane seat. The origin of this spoiled pup remains a mystery. Though onlookers may be snickering at this extra large dog being pulled around in a fancy cart like a Roman emperor, he's the one getting the last laugh. This dog is obviously living in the lap of luxury. 

police image A British Police Advertisement for Old Cell Doors is Really a Clever Reminder of Where You DON'T Want to End Up
Via: IslesofScillyPolice
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This Facebook post advertised free cell doors for pickup and became a funny message to remind citizens out there to stay on the right side of the law. This is the whole post:



They didn't stop there though, it looks like Sergeant Colin Taylor stuck around to answer a few questions as well:



There is a war going on between LaCroix fans and it's tearing friends, families, and even offices (Cheezburger) apart.

The obvious leader in this sparking water civil war is the Pamplemousse Facebook page. Mostly because Team Coconut seems to be stealing its rival's memes and Photoshopping coconut all over them.

*Team Coconut's legion of Facebook followers is hurting, even though most would argue that Coconut LaCroix has the superior flavor.

Are you Team Coconut or Team Pamplemousse?

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kindness One Woman's Festive Impulse Act of Kindness Got So Popular It Might Become a Tradition
Via: Caroline Macrory
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Caroline Macrory started a trend by leaving gifts on the doorstep of someone who needed them and running away. She called this the Doorstep Challenge and this act of kindness has really caught on. 

Even a few local businesses have joined in. 


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via @LearningTutorUK

Macrory's goal is bringing people together to make life a little easier. She told Mashable, "Basically the concept of the ‘doorstep challenge’ is to reach out to those in our community who might be struggling at this time of year for one reason or another and spread a little Christmas cheer."

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