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10. Teeny tiny treats
Bringing up the rear: Crocheting a blanket is one thing, but crocheting the most adorable little fruits and veggies? We’ll avocado toast to that.
9. Im-paw-sibly cute
These cats are living their meow-st luxurious lives on their tiny personal furniture sets.
8. Santa's big trip
There’s lots of speculation about how the Santa Claus myth came to be, but this one was new to us. Buckle up for a wild ride featuring reindeer, the North Pole, and…magic mushrooms?
7. Literary escapism
You’ve heard of “Lions, tigers, and bears,” now get ready for “Banksy, Bob Ross, and bricks, oh my!”
6. He sells seashells
This artist’s work marries found materials with intricate paintings and carvings. The result is a shell of a body of work.
5. Logo lingo
At this point, most of us have found the arrow “easter egg” hiding in plain sight in the FedEx logo – but a lot of these hidden brand messages were BRAND new to us.
4. Crochet slay
What’s cooler than a Frank Lloyd Wright house? A Frank Lloyd Wright house covered in crocheted moss and flowers.
3. All grown pup
Coming in at third place, these edited pics show adult dogs with their puppy selves. Yeah, we’re crying about it, so what?
2. The eggnog agenda
Runner up: a holiday classic.
When exactly was eggnog invented, why is it called that, and how did it become such a polarizing holiday staple? Turns out its popularity was egged on by U.S. politics.
1. Hard to spot
And in first place: This precious baby gave zookeepers a shock when she came into the world dressed a little different than the rest of her family.