Thank you for being here.

Whether it’s a dog resting it’s soft and squishy face on my lap or a child handing me a flower they found in the park, it’s always nice to say thank you for things that make your day. Maybe even smaller things solicit appreciation from you, like the smell of chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven or the way a beautiful butterfly floats around your garden. I’m all for being polite, so when it comes to expressing thanks, I tend to be extremely generous.

Thankfully, there is a whole community online that appreciates politeness just as much as they love wholesome photos. Allow me to introduce the “Thanks, I love it!” subreddit. This community with over 187k members is dedicated to sharing pics that just make people’s days, and the captions must always begin with, “Thanks, I love”. I appreciate how kind everyone is in this group, and I think you’re going to love their posts even more. Down below, you’ll find some pics from “Thanks, I love it” that we loved so much we just had to share, as well as an interview with Marie Muratalla, the woman behind Thanks Morris, where she discusses the importance of expressing gratitude. So be sure to upvote all of the photos that make you want to give thanks, and then if you’re interested in another Bored Panda list full of wholesome posts, look no further than right here.

#1

Thanks, I Love Her Determination

Thanks, I Love Her Determination

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Nicky
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I am so sorry! As a cancer survivor, I want to give you a hug! Your mom would be so proud!

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“Thanks, I love it!”, or TILI, is full of the sweetest posts, from animals doing cute things to silly photos that just make viewers smile. It’s a wholesome corner of the internet that has something for everyone, and the only rule is that the title of each post must begin with “Thanks, I love”. The group combines two things that are often too scarce on the internet nowadays, uplifting content and good manners. In fact, politeness can be a challenge to find in the real world as well. But with the constant appreciation for cute photos, sweet stories and funny artwork on TILI, members can get their daily dose of good vibes every time they visit.

I’ve always been taught that a “thank you” can go a long way, from reaching out after a job interview to waving to the car behind you who let you squeeze into rush hour traffic. You just never know who has had a long, hard day, and it costs absolutely nothing to be kind to them. These two small words, or in the case of TILI one small word, can remind someone that you see them and you appreciate them. Perhaps you’re the first person who has made them feel like that all day. 

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Thanks, I Love It

Thanks, I Love It

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We reached out to Marie Muratalla, creator of the blog Thanks Morris, to hear why she thinks saying thank you is important. "Saying thank you for what you have, what you experience, who you are connected with, etc. allows you to bring yourself to the present moment. It allows you to live in an abundance mindset rather than a scarcity or fear based mindset," Marie says. "Gratitude has proven benefits of reducing stress/anxiety through its power to bring you to the present moment and allow you to reflect on the good. Making this a habit turned practice in your life allows you to “live gratefully” and find more happiness in your everyday life/routines."

We also wanted to know what benefits Marie has seen personally from intentionally expressing gratitude. "I have seen amazing benefits in my own life over the past 4 years of consistently practicing gratitude through the method of journaling and active reflection," she told us. "The biggest transformation I have seen is that I am less fearful of change. Because gratitude is now so ingrained in my thinking and decision making, I am more likely to see change or things that are out of my control as opportunities to grow rather than obstacles to my plans."

#3

Thanks, I Love Uncles David

Thanks, I Love Uncles David

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Hannah Edwards
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

This is too pure, I need daily updates on their health and well-being

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Next, we asked Marie if she had any tips for people who want to practice more gratitude but just don't know where to start. "If you are looking to incorporate gratitude practices into your routines, my best tips are to make sure its consistent and DOABLE. Start building the 'habit of gratitude' through daily journaling or expression. Make it a part of your morning or evening routine. Start by setting out to list just 5 things everyday that you are grateful for. Or by spending 2-5 minutes a day journaling about what you are grateful for. Before you know it, you’ll be writing more and/or finding yourself reflecting on what you’re grateful for in other moments of your day."

#4

Thanks I Love Seeing The Determination

Thanks I Love Seeing The Determination

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Lasty, Marie explained that, "It’s a common misconception that you can only be grateful if you are happy. It’s actually the other way around. Grateful living leads to happiness. If you’d like more resources on gratitude and abundance mindset check out my free prompts at Thanks Morris. The Say Thanks More gratitude journal is also available in my online shop. These are great journals to use when starting out your daily gratitude practice as they are filled with a variety of daily prompts to help you stay inspired and consistent. I also have a free questionnaire that contains a list of articles/cited research on these topics."

#5

Thanks, I Love This Couple

Thanks, I Love This Couple

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Everybody appreciates a wholesome post, and everybody appreciates, well, being appreciated! I remember writing countless thank you notes after every birthday and holiday season as a kid, feeling annoyed that my mother demanded I sit down and pour my feelings into a card when I just wanted to be outside jumping on the trampoline. But she was right to instill the habit of expressing gratitude into me. I throw out thank yous left and right now, and it’s a quality I’m proud of. Each one is genuine and honest, but there is no need to be stingy with them. When someone goes out of their way to make you feel seen or does something nice for you, even if it’s just opening a door, it’s nice to say thank you. And I don’t mean to scare you, but gratitude tends to be contagious, so you might pass it along to whoever you thank next. 

#6

Thanks, I Love Wombats

Thanks, I Love Wombats

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Hannah Edwards
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I thought that wombats were sort of badger sized, not Rottweiler sized!

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I’m sure you don’t need a selfish reason to start expressing gratitude, but if you do, your secret’s safe with me. According to Harvard Medical School, being thankful might actually make you happier and healthier. One study conducted by Dr. Robert A. Emmons of the University of California, Davis and Dr. Michael E. McCullough of The University of Miami asked one group of participants to write a few sentences each week about things they were grateful for, another group to write about things that irritated them, and a third group to write about general events that affected them. After 10 weeks, the participants who had been asked to write about things they were thankful for were found to be more physically active and reported less visits to doctors offices than participants who wrote about things that annoyed them. Taking time to express gratitude might be the newest method to try in getting healthier! 

#7

Thanks, I Love Mr Meepmeep

Thanks, I Love Mr Meepmeep

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#8

Thanks, I Love This Person's Approach To Winter

Thanks, I Love This Person's Approach To Winter

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#9

Thanks, I Love Teaching Assistants

Thanks, I Love Teaching Assistants

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Another study conducted by Dr. Martin E.P. Seligman, a psychologist at the University of Pennsylvania, included testing the impacts of various “positive psychology interventions” on a group of 411 people. One week, the participants were directed to write and hand deliver a thank you note to someone who they had never properly expressed gratitude to for their kindness in the past. The results of this exercise were huge increases in the participants’ happiness scores, more so than any other activity, and the benefits even lasted for a month after the exercise was performed. So if you’re looking for an easy way to boost your happiness, think about someone that you might owe a thank you to. Whether it’s a parent who made great sacrifices for you or a friend who was there for you during a difficult time, I’m sure they would love to hear how much they mean to you through a sincere letter.

#10

Thanks, I Love Corgi’s Eating Jam

Thanks, I Love Corgi’s Eating Jam

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#11

Thanks I Love You Akilah

Thanks I Love You Akilah

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Omi bub
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Or even just listen to my voicemails & text me what it says

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#12

Thanks, I Love Angry Jeep

Thanks, I Love Angry Jeep

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Mr. Cinder
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

"You said you were going to get a garage Bill! Where's the garage Bill?"

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A “thank you” can even go a long way in the workplace. Researchers at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania ran an experiment on two groups of fundraisers who made phone calls to alumni asking for donations to the university. The first group conducted business as usual, but the second group received a pep talk from the director of annual giving where she thanked them for their work before beginning their fundraising efforts. The group who was thanked before starting their day made 50% more calls than the previous group. Knowing that you are appreciated can be incredibly motivating. When a supervisor takes two minutes to let their employees know how appreciated they are, they might be shocked to see how productive they become.

#13

Thanks, I Love Baby Sheep Sleeping On Its Morher

Thanks, I Love Baby Sheep Sleeping On Its Morher

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Ozacoter
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I mean that looks super comfortable i would try it too

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#14

Thanks, I Love My Wireless Doorbells

Thanks, I Love My Wireless Doorbells

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#15

Thanks I Love Animal Kisses

Thanks I Love Animal Kisses

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Indigo Tiger
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The kitten's face- where did it gooooooo?

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Harvard Medical School even provides some recommendations of easy ways we can practice gratitude in our daily lives. For traditionalists, a handwritten thank you note is always a great option. When that’s not a possibility, even a heartfelt email or text message will do; receiving a thank you out of nowhere can really mean a lot to someone. Other options are thanking someone mentally, if you don’t have any means of contacting them. Even taking a moment to appreciate them in your head can make a difference because it can impact your behavior in the future. You can remember how they made you feel and strive to do the same for someone else. Keeping a journal is another great way to be intentional about practicing gratitude. Don’t think you have something new to be thankful for every day? Challenge yourself to write those things down, and I promise, you will find them. 

#16

Thanks, I Love It.

Thanks, I Love It.

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Hannah Edwards
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

And the horse’s name was Binky, if you were wondering.

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#17

Thanks I Love This

Thanks I Love This

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JJ
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Reminds me of an observation I made some years ago. My husband and I spend our childhoods in poverty. He and I remember many times our parents and we gave a part of the little we had to people more in need. No matter how tight you were, if someone you know was struggling more, you'd help - even if it was just a warm meal. Now that we've worked ourselves up to middle class with most people around us stemming from those, I realize that many of them would never even think about that (apart from that one donation before Christmas maybe). Instead there's a lot of, "Well, they could get a job"-phrases coming up. My husband once interrupted a colleague saying stuff like that and the only reaction was a confused look. Sometimes I find this quite disturbing

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#18

Thanks, I Love How Swans Hug

Thanks, I Love How Swans Hug

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Another recommendation from Harvard for practicing gratitude in our day to day lives is by counting our blessings. “Pick a time every week to sit down and write about your blessings — reflecting on what went right or what you are grateful for. Sometimes it helps to pick a number — such as three to five things — that you will identify each week. As you write, be specific and think about the sensations you felt when something good happened to you.” On a similar note, praying and practicing meditation can be other options. Taking a moment each day to sit in peace and quiet with your thoughts and acknowledge what you are thankful for can be a very healthy practice. 

#19

Thanks, I Love This Soft Cow

Thanks, I Love This Soft Cow

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#21

Thanks, I Love New Australian Spiders

Thanks, I Love New Australian Spiders

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According to Professor R. Emmons, author of the book The Little Book of Gratitude: Create a life of happiness and wellbeing by giving thanks, “Gratitude is the ultimate performance-enhancing substance at work.” And he’s right. A study from Glassdoor found that, “80% of employees would be willing to work harder for an appreciative boss, and 70% said they’d feel better about themselves and their efforts if their boss thanked them more regularly.” Feedback at work is very important to know where you stand, but positive feedback is particularly vital to maintaining company morale. Another study of workers in the UK found that 40% of them would feel less motivated to work hard if their employers made no effort to thank them or make them feel appreciated. It's amazing how simple it is to boost employee motivation, just takes two little words. 

#22

Thanks, I Love It

Thanks, I Love It

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#23

Thanks, I Love Projectile Sneks

Thanks, I Love Projectile Sneks

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#24

Thanks I Love This Darling Father-Daughter Combo. My Heart Is Glowing

Thanks I Love This Darling Father-Daughter Combo. My Heart Is Glowing

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When businesses say thank you, they’re not only benefiting their employees, but they might be benefiting their own profits in the long run. According to a survey by the Society for Human Resource Management, when a company spends even 1% of their payroll budget on showing appreciation to their employees, they are “more likely to perceive greater impacts on retention and financial outcomes”. Seems like a small price to pay for years of increased profits and a host of loyal employees and customers. So get to it business owners, start giving out those bonuses and thank you notes now before your staff starts feeling underappreciated.   

#25

Thanks, I Love 80’s Chickens

Thanks, I Love 80’s Chickens

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Gaya Knust
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Let's put on our leg warmers and do some aerobics to the sound of I Need A Hero.

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#26

The Funniest Alien Art I've Seen So Far

The Funniest Alien Art I've Seen So Far

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Thank you for reading this far. We hope you're enjoying this list of the best "Thanks, I love it" posts that you might want to say thank you for as well. Please upvote all of your favorite pics, and then let us know in the comments which ones you appreciate the most. Remember how far expressing a little gratitude can go in your daily life, and if you're interested in checking out more "Thanks, I love it" content, you can find the subreddit right here. Thanks again!

#28

Thanks, I Love It

Thanks, I Love It

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Charlotte
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Isn't there an artist who makes nothing but black doodle art on a white background?

Kathryn Baylis
Community Member
4 months ago (edited) Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Instead of squashing talent in school, let’s nurture it. Maybe kid IS listening when he doodles, and maybe his doodles are his way of taking notes. Either that, or the way you’re conducting your class is f*****g dull dull dull, and you need to make it more interesting. Maybe encourage the kid to doodle some of the topics you’re going to cover, and show them to the class as a way of introducing today’s subject. He can be the class artist who illustrates math and history and all for his classmates.

Jj321
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Why isn't he allowed to doodle? Some kids need it! I recently had my daughter's IEP to transfer to middle school. Her teacher wanted a note added that she doodles and looks like she is not participating and paying attention. But ask her a question and she always knows the answer. I hope my younger kids get her. She has been amazing.

Candace Crawford
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

When my sister, was 6, she finished assignments early, then doodled. She kept getting sent to the principal. The teacher claimed her doodling was encouraging the other students to ignore their assignments and doodle too. (You liar.) After sister's 6th visit to the principal, he decided to sit in the class the next day, unannounced, all day. He wanted to see wtf was happening. Just another typical day, and eventually, my sister doodled. Then the teacher said: "It's your lucky day Kim! The principal is right here, so you don't have to walk to see him! Congratulations! Class dismissed for lunch." My sister came back. Teacher was gone. Principal ran the class for the rest of the day. Eventually, my sister doodled. Afterwards, the principal assigned her to take the gifted test, to determine her IQ and if she needed to be placed in the gifted program. You had to score above 90%. She hit 98%. IQ 135. Bye psychotic teacher! I tested too. I scored a c**p IQ of 127 and 88%. I hate my sister. LOL

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Pan dulce
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Love this... Encouraging kids/adults to flourish & thrive in who they are versus trying to change them & making them conform to what you want them to be.

Amy Stone-Chandler
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I allow my artist daughter to draw in her room or on her brothes bedroom walls if he allows it. ENCOURAGE artists!! She makes INCREDIBLE things and has done since she was tiny

ALDRIN SAVIO A.J.
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Like they say, 'IF YOU ARE GOOD AT SOMETHING, DON'T DO IT FOR FREE,.

Elena Doyle
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Why would a kid get in trouble for doodling in class?! Not like it’s hurting anyone!

Midoribird Aoi
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

My only concern would be that their doodles don't obscure their schoolwork, and that they don't doodle in things like schoolbooks that must be returned at the end of the year. (Book covers? Doodle away.)

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Leslie Cookietown
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

This young man has a bright future in Art! God Bless Those Who Support Him!!!!

S Mi
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

This is how we need to start thinking in the world. Letting people thrive in who they are and the talents they have

bill marsano
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Could you possibly have meant "9-Year-Old Who Doodled in Class Is Hired to Decorate a Restaurant"?

Catherine Couch
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Love it! Many times students doodle to stay focused. Let them doodle!

Robert Giese
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I mean, it wouldn't have the same feels if they weren't good.

Kim Lorton
Community Member
4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The teacher should have noticed more closely when she kept finishing her assignments early, check them and then let the principle know, she needs to be tested for gifted class! That is a teacher willing to learn, and a teacher willing to learn, makes an excellent teacher!

Midoribird Aoi
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I think the kid might be a tad too smart for his grades if he is doing that all the time out of boredom. Look at that. I doubt he has ADHD because he loves it and concentrates on it. This is great to let him burn off his extra energy and creativity, but I hope they tackle his school problem as well. I'm not suggesting "make his schoolwork harder", it's more like, "give him more challenging and constructive projects to attempt once his schoolwork's complete." It'll keep his head busy with plans when he's done doing whatever schoolwork is placed in front of him, and will expand his horizons. Even a student unmotivated academically can learn to do all the work of an average sixth-grader if they find a project that involves math, planning, vision, learning how to use tools, geometry, the whole nine yards...they learn it all without even realizing it. Why? It counts as fun if nobody MAKES you do it.

Grace Noyes
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Reminds me of my son, who kept getting in trouble in grade school for drawing in class (math, mostly). I had to convince him to knock it off for the sake of his teachers, but I remember thinking i didn't want to punish him because I didn't want to hold him back from his passion. He's now 33 and an artist. Glad I obeyed my instincts.

Welcome Welcome
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

This is so faaaakn awesome, I can't even...

Creature Cargeaux
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I'll let him go nuts in my house & I'll pay him whatever he wants. That looks awesome.

Cubbypotato
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

It's accompanying the photo, essentially saying that the story about the boy made the reader feel positively about the internet

D'NicKy Karito
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

School loves killing talent and individuality

Daffodil
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I hate teachers who don't allow doodling. My 2nd grade teacher always got mad at me for doodling and brought it up to my parents several times in teacher-parent meetings, trying to get them to make me stop. At my school, people usually tested for the Highly Capable Learners program in 2nd grade, but I had tested in kindergarten and already been in the program for 2 years. I had a plan set up with the school which she mostly ignored, and I only ever doodled when I was bored with what we were doing cause I already knew it, or I learned really quickly and it quickly became repetitive. I hope to be an elementary school teacher in the future and if I can, I'm totally going to encourage doodling after work is done. Or at least not punish my students for doing it. Or hopefully give them engaging content to learn about so they don't have to doodle.

Sasha
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I always found it weird how angry some people get over stuff like drawing on walls by kids. Like to extreme amounts. Its such a minor thing, its not permanent damage, a coat of paint will fix it if it really bothers you. Actually most things are like that. If theres now a juice stain on the carpet, its not the end of the world, certainly not worth beating your kid over.

New Everywhere
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

What is Kermit doing here? Please tell me you can see it too

Natalia A
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

It's accompanying the photo, essentially saying that the story about the boy made the reader feel positively about the internet? I'm not doing a good job of explaining!

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#30

Thanks, I Love Monorail Cat

Thanks, I Love Monorail Cat

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#31

Thanks, I Love The Ban Of Plastic Bags

Thanks, I Love The Ban Of Plastic Bags

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#32

Thanks, I Love The Human Body

Thanks, I Love The Human Body

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RandomCitizen
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I've tried doing "ANYTHING", epic fail. I can do some things, pretty averagely. But I'm kind to people and animals, so that's ok.

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#34

Thanks, I Love A Kitten In A Sock

Thanks, I Love A Kitten In A Sock

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#35

Thanks, I Love This Message Stamped On The Squeaker Inside A Stuffed Animal For Dogs

Thanks, I Love This Message Stamped On The Squeaker Inside A Stuffed Animal For Dogs

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#36

Thanks, I Love Spiders Paying Rent

Thanks, I Love Spiders Paying Rent

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Esha
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Well it better not have been my coins that they took and use to pay to live in my house.

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#38

Thanks, I Love This Pretty Moth

Thanks, I Love This Pretty Moth

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Gaya Knust
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I bet some people saw these gorgeous guys and thought they had seen fairies.

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#39

Thanks, I Love Earth Bird

Thanks, I Love Earth Bird

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Abhinc
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

South Island takahē; a flightless swamphen indigenous to New Zealand.

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#40

Thanks, I Love Lizard Pretending To Fly

Thanks, I Love Lizard Pretending To Fly

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#41

Thanks, I Love Gecko Onesie!

Thanks, I Love Gecko Onesie!

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#42

Thanks, I Love Ghost Bats

Thanks, I Love Ghost Bats

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Abhinc
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Relatively rare insectivorous bat species from South America, Trinidad, and Central America.

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#43

Thanks, I Love Student Loan Pets

Thanks, I Love Student Loan Pets

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Taryn Bailey
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Extra credit if it's a foster fail. Which I would most likely be, even without the incentive. That's why I don't foster or volunteer, I'd try to keep them all.

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#44

Thanks I Love Friar Doggo

Thanks I Love Friar Doggo

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Charlotte
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4 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017