A Relaxing Interlude for Your Wednesday

Life got you stressed out? Feel like you’re languishing in a lifeboat, dehydrated, your most annoying coworker your only company, and no rescue in sight?

Take a moment to bask in Their Secret Love. Kelvin and Joule are a cat and dog who do not get along so well. The humans decided to set up a camera and see how things went when they were at work. Here’s what they found

Watching these two blisses me out just long enough to continue plowing through my day.

Apropos of nothing, here’s a puppy.

How’s your day going?

About taoreader

Writer and Editor. Pianist and singer. Feminist and proponent of Jean-Claude Van Damme movies. I don't get it either. I wish I could have dinner with Marie Curie.
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11 Responses to A Relaxing Interlude for Your Wednesday

  1. hotspur says:

    That video is great, but my favorite part is this comment:

    “It’s actually not surprising at all. People who are born Year of the Tiger and Year of the Dog (Chinese Astrology) are natural best friends. And I’ve observed it for over 10 years to verify it (I didn’t just blindly believe chinese astrology I asked people their birthdate and watched their interactions). Oh and I’m not saying this as a brag. It’s actually super frustrating being an American who knows Chinese Astrology is 100% true but most people think it’s meaningless.”

    I suspect the commenter actually has many frustrations.

    • taoreader says:

      Oh and I’m not saying this as a brag…

      Don’t worry dude, that’s definitely not a “brag.”

    • nastyemu says:

      I really wanted to ask him if he knew when the cat and dog were born or if animals just get assigned to whatever zodiac animal is the best match. Sadly, comments are closed on that post.

  2. welcometocostcoiloveyou says:

    Three Identical Strangers is now streaming on Hulu. I think that was one of the documentaries on the list that was posted a while back. I started watching it last night, and I like it so far.

  3. Tracey says:

    Things are bad for me. My company can only pay staff through March 15 so obviously I’m job searching, but they haven’t officially decided to shutter (still holding out hope for emergency funding) so I can’t even reach out to all my contacts to ask for job leads because we’re keeping our dire situation under wraps. I’m spending all my free time applying for jobs, and what a disheartening experience a desperate job search is. Measuring myself up to a list of qualities in the job ads, confronting my shortcomings, putting myself out there knowing I won’t hear back from most applications (if not all), questioning all of my life choices. If anyone knows of any jobs in writing/education/nonprofits/editing/etc., HMU.

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