Sugar gliders are nocturnal gliding possums, reminiscent of but not related to flying squirrels. This one is named Hazel and whenever his master snaps his fingers, he comes to the rescue like some awesome flying superhero.

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Admit it, this is you.

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Before the authorities found out that people were using these products for more than just coughs and back pains, they were completely legal, sold in drug stores and had, of course, ads. Kind of funny when you look at them now.

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“No more danger on the road. The highest safety features for the adventurous family.” is the slogan for the new Jeep ad by DDB, which uses kids’ stories and whimsical, doodle-like drawing for its simple and brilliant posters.

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Did you know that in University City, Missouri, it is illegal for four women to rent an apartment together? Whatever happened to make that illegal? Or in Alaska it is against the law for a person to view a moose from an airplane. What?

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This makeshift puppy feeder is not only efficient, but also adorable.

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An Old English Sheepdog before and after a haircut. Is that still you, buddy?

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Here you can see the great acting of brilliant Benedict Cumberbatch, but also the amount of work and detail put into Smaug the dragon. Apart from the fact that he is twice the size of a jumbo jet, each of his one million scales is unique and his belly lights up when he’s about to breathe fire.

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I don’t know how much of this is true (you can’t trust the Internet on anything these days), but if it is, then you have to hand it to them for the self-humour.

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The detail on this is amazing. She even plays those sound effects like when Mario picks up a coin or something. For who wants to know, this is a sheng, one of the oldest Chinese instruments, with images depicting its kind dating back to 1100 BC.

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