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Emotional Baby Tears Up From Mother’s Beautiful Song (VIDEO)

Usually, babies are brought to tears by a full diaper or because they’re hungry, but this baby has been brought to tears by the power of music. This video of a 10-month-old baby reacting emotionally when his mother sings Rod Stewart’s My Heart Can’t Tell You No has gone viral with millions of likes. And since we’re inclined to believe that 10-month-old babies can’t fake their emotions, we know that it’s true love!

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Everyday Objects Turned Into Imaginative Illustrations by Javier Pérez

Equadorian artist Javier Perez has created a clever series of illustrations that combine his pen work with everyday objects to create cute combinations that you might not have thought of. In his illustrations, grapes can be balloons, staplers can be monsters, and notebook bindings can be teeth.

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21 Creative and Funny Halloween Costumes For Pets

If a pet’s Halloween costume is both creative and comfortable for our animal friends to wear, both we and our pets can enjoy it. The ways in which these pet owners have approached decking out there animals is as diverse as the pets and animal owners themselves. Some matched the pets to costumes based on the color of their pets’ skin or fur, while others made them resemble pop culture characters that were based on their species in the first place.

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Mind-Bending Ad Uses Anamorphic Illusions & Forced Perspective To Fry Your Brain

Honda has created an amazing and mind-bending advertisement for their CR-V using anamorphic optical illusions and forced perspective. Taking a page from the Rayban sunglasses ad, they create a series of optical illusions involving their vehicle that will make you double-take and question what you’re seeing. By forcing your mind to accept a certain perspective, they are able to create seemingly impossible situations – without the use of CGI!

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How Do Animals Sound In Different Languages?

After Norwegian comedy singer duo Ylvis ignited the world’s interest in sounds that animals make with “What Does The Fox Say?,” other artists have begun exploring these questions more in-depth. English artist James Chapman has created a series of comics comparing how different languages around the world write down the sounds that some of our favorite animals make. The panels are a delight to see, with bright colors and cute animals. The comparisons between languages are also interesting, no matter what your native language is.

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