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Watch a Baby Cry Every Time His Parents Reach the Last Page of a Book

He's also wearing an adorable shirt

Michigan parents Dan and Alicia Stevers have uploaded a YouTube video of their 10-month-old son crying when they turn to the last page of various children’s books — such as Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown and I Am a Bunny by Ole Risom. “Emmett has a mini-meltdown every time we finish a book,” the baby’s father, a video producer, wrote on Twitter. “This kid really loves his books.” The youngster’s blue t-shirt that reads “The Snuggle Is Real” is just the icing on the cake.

The video racked up nearly 80,000 views by Tuesday evening, prompting Dan Stevers to tweet, “This kid may have just started his own college fund.”

Read next: The 100 Best Children’s Books of All Time

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Listen to Hozier’s Perfect Cover of Sam Smith’s ‘Lay Me Down’

The question is: Will the two U.K. stars collaborate anytime soon?

Irish singer and songwriter Hozier performs a much more upbeat version of the ballad “Lay Me Down” by the English singer and songwriter Sam Smith in the BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge. It works so well that it would make any fan wonder if the two U.K. stars would do a song together anytime soon. In a November 2014 interview with Mix 104.1, Hozier (whose real name is Andrew Hozier-Byrne) told the radio station, “It has crossed my mind, and nothing is definite . . . but there’s been very brief discussion about it.” And of course, Smith couldn’t help but tweet his appreciation, with the Irish musician returning the favor:

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Watch Jimmy Kimmel Explain the Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj Feud Using Emoji

He also tackled Kanye's long-winded announcement

On Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday night, the late-night host used emojis to recap the moment at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards Sunday night when Nicki Minaj called out host Miley Cyrus, referring to a recent New York Times interview in which Cyrus described Minaj as “not too kind” and “not very polite.” Kimmel also managed to perfectly sum up the long-winded speech that rapper Kanye West gave when he accepted the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award in just two emojis.

In July, Kimmel used emojis to explain the feud between Minaj and Taylor Swift that was sparked when Minaj tweeted that her video “Anaconda” did not receive enough VMA nominations because pop stars with “slim bodies” are favored — a statement that Swift took personally. But the two “buried” their “bad blood” when they performed “The Night Is Still Young” and “Bad Blood” on stage at the awards ceremony Sunday.

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Chris Christie Stormed Off Set When Jimmy Fallon Made a Joke About His Weight

The politician also warned that he could go 'nuclear'

New Jersey Governor and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie was a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Monday night.

In his monologue, Fallon joked that the politician showed up in one of Miley Cyrus’s outfits from the MTV Video Music Awards.

During the interview, Christie said he would “go nuclear” if he does not get enough questions directed towards him at the next GOP primary debate.

He also told a story about how he and Marco Rubio stayed with Mitt Romney’s family the night before the July 4 parade in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. When Christie said the families all went on a boat ride to get ice cream, Fallon joked that the pol’s reaction to getting ice cream must have been “Yahoo!” That’s when the N.J. politician jokingly walked off the stage. When he “cooled off” and sat back down, he told the comedian, “If I ever leave public life, you’re going to have to hire two writers just to replace the garbage you say about me.”

Read next: Watch Jimmy Kimmel Explain the Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj Feud Using Emoji

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Watch Men Rescue These Tiny Kittens While Fishing


Two men appear to have spotted and rescued kittens while fishing on a boat in Alabama’s Black Warrior River Saturday.

Jason Frost uploaded video of the moment when he and his fellow fisherman, Brandon Key, pull two orange tabby kittens out of the water and put them on their boat. As Frost joked on Facebook, “This puts a new spin on the term ‘catfishing.'”

News outlets have been having a field day with this story, as headlines range from “Catfishing turns into cat fishing on the Warrior River” to the completely over-the-top “You caught to be kitten me?”

TIME animals

Watch a Humane Society Parody Car Salesmen on TV

"We've got cats of all makes, models, and colors..."

In a recent spoof video produced by the Calgary Humane Society in Canada, a mustachioed man in a suit tries to sell people on adopting cats — “certified pre-owned cats,” that is. “We’ve got cats of all makes, models, and colors,” the faux salesman says, then describes one feline as “boasting a top speed of 30mph.” The video was made to promote an adoption day hosted in a parking lot earlier this month, but the message is relevant year-round.

(h/t Upworthy)

TIME animals

Watch This Young Gorilla Play Peekaboo with a Toddler

Great apish antics

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium posted a video of a toddler named Isaiah playing “peekaboo” with its two-year-old gorilla Kamoli last week.

The clip, filmed by Isaiah’s mother Sherry Chute, shows the youngster shrieking and laughing hysterically as the two chase each other on opposite sides of the glass enclosure — in what looks like a great workout for both parties involved. When it was time to go, Isaiah simply said “bye gorilla,” Chute told The Columbus Dispatch.

The footage has been shared nearly 6,000 times on Facebook.

TIME society

Watch a Daredevil Walk on Top of a Moving Train

It's a pretty terrifying balancing act

In a clip that we wouldn’t recommend watching if you’re prone to vertigo, a daredevil named Pasha Bumchik from the Ukrainian capital Kiev appears to jump onto the roof of a commuter train. He then proceeds to walk across like it is no big deal, as dramatic instrumental music plays in the background. He even manages to film a selfie video during the terrifying stunt. The clip has been viewed on YouTube more than 1 million times since it was uploaded two days ago — becoming the most popular video he has ever shared.

TIME viral

Kate Winslet Did Not Write This Facebook Post

Fans have been sharing photos of themselves without makeup

Several websites have been aggregating an Aug. 27 post on a Facebook page entitled “Kate Winslet” that encourages women to feel good about how they look without makeup — but the page is not the actress’s official fan page. Though the post was created by community members, fans have been commenting on it with their own “no makeup selfies” — a social media trend that started as a way to raise money for cancer, and grew into a larger campaign meant to empower women.

The photo of Winslet, however, is real, and was taken — without prep from a hair and makeup team — by renowned photographer Chuck Close for Vanity Fair last year. The actress, who has been outspoken in the past about the use of Photoshop in magazines, also recently appeared on NBC’s Running Wild With Bear Grylls without makeup. But the biggest clue that this “inspirational post” is fake is probably the page’s pinned advertisement for “Dogitude,” a site for dog lovers.

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The 11 Best Jokes About Justin Bieber’s Hair at the VMAs

His new do inspired some hair-raising memes

At the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles — hosted by human Instagram feed Miley Cyrus — the Canadian recording artist Justin Bieber showed up sporting a new blond hairstyle made up of oversized bangs hanging off one side of his head. The edgy haircut’s “bad boy” look showed how much he has grown up since 2009, when he burst onto the scene sporting a more boyish bowl cut.

Many said the new style made him look like reality star Kate Gosselin . . .

. . . and he showed he got the joke by posting this photo of the two of them on Instagram:

Here are some of the other comparisons that people have made:

At the same time web users were making memes about his hair, the pop star released a music video for “What Do You Mean?” — perhaps to take attention off of his new hairdo? You can watch the clip below:

Read next: See Taylor Swift and the Cast of the ‘Bad Blood’ Music Video Arrive at the VMAs

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