I'm sure most of you have heard about affirmations, and positive thinking. Many of you have probably tried it. Some of you may think of it as a bunch of bull, and that's fine. I won't be going into a new age rant on this post, though I'm sure I
I use to raise bunny rabbits, and they are some of the cutest, cuddliest critters to have for pets. This video, of course, just made me want another one. Although when I had my rabbits I never actually trained them like these people. I didn't
You have to wonder just how much animals actually can understand. I mean look at this poor tiger. It's obvious he is overcome with concern for his fallen comrade. And why shouldn't he be? For all intents and purposes that is another tiger.
The debate over how this video was done seems to rage on at every site I find it. Two main arguments prevail. The first being that the bass vibrates at a lower rate than the camera takes it's shot. Think of a fan and how it
In life it's often difficult to be ourselves. Those who have the confidence to do so, are happier for it. For some of us, we never truly reach this level, others find it with age. More often than not, when we hide our thoughts and who we are, w
There is always something so sweet about a new puppy. It doesn't matter if you're young or old. Of course, if your young, or at the very least small, you can share their bed with them, lol. I didn't get my first dog until I was fifteen, so I wa
I just know, that if my dog (may he RIP) had been small enough to do this, he would have. He was brought home to a house full of cats, and was consequently raised through his life (until his last two years) with cats. That’s fourteen years bein
I have to admit that I find these kinds of thing amazing! It just really makes you ponder how the brain works, which is something I love to do, and do it often. Normally, when I click on "illusion" stuff I get a bit disappointed. Not that it di