Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry or both. Just in case you have missed our previous list, here's a link.
And honestly, samesies.
#KidThingsIStillEnjoy is trending on Twitter and we've gathered some sweet nostalgic kid things that we all never grew out of -- and thank goodness for that! Hold onto the kid in you for life, folks.
Let's keep them coming, what kid things do you still enjoy? Let us know in the comment section below!
Princess Merida is the protagonist of Disney Pixars' Brave, and was recently featured in Disney's Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks The Internet. In Wreck-It Ralph 2, there is a scene in which all the Disney Princesses are in a room together chatting, and when Merida finally speaks, no one is able to understand a word she says due to her heavy Scottish accent.
This may be a year old but it started circulating the web recently. Twitter has turned this scene into a meme by trying to deciphering what Merida is saying, and the results are just too good not to share.
Yikes. Planetary Scientist, Dr. Lauren Mc Keown, shared an short and painful conversation she had on the dating app Hinge. The man who messaged Dr. Mc Keown seemed to have a strong opening line, bringing up how incredibly cool it was that she works at NASA (and honestly, it literally can't get any cooler than that), but soon ruins any chance being demeaning her intelligence and assuming she's the receptionist.
Even though he 'claims' it was a joke, we totally stand behind Dr. Mc Keown's response.
Trying to sell your apartment could be quite challenging, mainly because supply is usually surpassing demand. Who could be asked for help in this situation? Alexander Kainov from Chelyabinsk, Russia, decided to address the legendary moviemaker, Quentin Tarantino, who came to a visit in Moscow this month. When Kainov saw his extreme popularity, he decided to use the exploding number of memes on the Russian internet, added them to photos of his flat and published the result. As you can imagine, his advert became very popular.