TIME animals

Smartest Man Ever Teaches Pet Rabbit to Bring Him a Beer

Wallace the rabbit has his very own custom beverage cart

Man’s new best friend may be a rabbit.

In this video, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based rabbit named Wallace—”Wallace the Mad King” on YouTube—delivers a beer to his owner’s boyfriend by pushing a cardboard “beer cart” containing a bottle of beer toward the man. As the user writes in the YouTube description, “I have been collaborating for the past year with my girlfriend’s pet rabbit to create performance art and ‘happenings’ that capture this rabbit’s capabilities and worldly passions.”


TIME animals

Honor the True Spirit of Valentine’s Day by Adopting a Cockroach in Your Ex’s Name

Revenge special

Feeling particularly spiteful as Valentine’s Day approaches? The San Francisco Zoo’s new fundraising campaign offers an opportunity to adopt a hairy scorpion or hissing cockroach in honor of your ex.

As the zoo describes the promotion:

Much like your low-life ex, they are usually found in and around low-elevation valleys where they dig elaborate burrows or “caves.” Also just like you-know-who, when a suitable victim wanders by, the scorpion grabs the doomed creature with its pinchers and stings the prey. After the prey is immobilized, the scorpion tears the carcass apart with its pinchers and begins feeding. Charming.

Donations support the San Francisco Zoological Society.

TIME animals

This Baby Beaver Snacking on Grapes Is Your Moment of Zen for Today

Snack time

Starting to feel bad about slacking on your New Year’s resolution to be healthy? Just watch this tiny beaver named Hazel quietly munch on some grapes in a video produced by Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium in Tacoma, Wash., and you’ll be persuaded to get back on track. Fruit seems to be a change of pace from beavers’ typical diet in the wild of bark and twigs. But Hazel’s clear love of grapes should inspire us all to ditch the junk food for a healthier choice.

TIME Internet

This Video Sums Up How Our Behavior on Social Media Is Super Creepy

After watching it, you may become an anti-social networker

This new video produced by Relationship Science (a networking tool for business professionals) aims to show Internet users how interactions on social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn are extra awkward when they occur in the real world.

For example, actress and Internet prankster Jena Kingsley spoofs new Twitter follower notifications by walking up to a random New Yorker and saying, “Ma’am. Hi, I just want to let you know that I’m following you. Just like, [to] give you an alert. You don’t have to do anything. Just know it! And enjoy it! …Just like, do whatever, and I’ll just watch. Is that creepy?”

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TIME viral

Watch a Little Boy Totally Freak Out Over His First Kiss

Just a reminder that love is real

In a YouTube video uploaded by America’s Funniest Home Videos, a boy named Griffin is sitting in the backseat of a car, describing the “mind-blowing” and “amazing” first kiss he just received: “It just goes to my brain so much it just goes KABLOOEY!” The child is almost at a loss for words, which is probably why he barely has 40 seconds worth of things to say. You’ll get a good laugh when he describes how she “kicks” him instead of kisses him.

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TIME Sports

Watch a Ball Boy Get Hit Exactly Where You Think He Will


A ball boy got hit in the crotch during day 4 of the Australian Open Thursday by a serve from Spain’s Feliciano López during the second round singles match against France’s Adrian Mannarino.

The young man must have been in pain, considering the 12th-seed López once served a 152 mph bullet.

It was a rough game for Mannarino too, who had to retire from the game in fourth set because of what is believed to be heat exhaustion, allowing López to advance to the third round.

MORE: The Women’s World Tennis No. 7 Got Asked to do a ‘Twirl’ By a Male Presenter


TIME viral

Watch Police Pull Over a Woman So an Officer Could Propose to Her

Stop! In the name of love

A Galveston, Texas, police officer got his fellow cops to pull over his girlfriend so he could pop the question. The elaborate proposal was caught on patrol car video.

As sirens blared, a policeman asked Gregory Parris’s girlfriend Sara Wolff to get out of her vehicle, KHOU 11 News reports. He told her that she had a broken taillight and outstanding warrants. Then she started to cry. That’s when Parris, who was watching from a nearby squad car, pulled up, and got down on one knee. She said yes.

What if she didn’t? As Parris joked to KHOU 11 News, “She might have gone to jail.”

TIME celebrity

Tourists Ran Up the Rocky Steps and Randomly Found Sylvester Stallone at the Top

In this Jan. 17, 2015, photo provided by Peter Rowe, Rowe, right, takes a selfie with friends Jacob Kerstan, left, Andrew Wright, third from left and actor Sylvester Stallone in Philadelphia. Peter Rowe—AP

"Yo, Adrian!"

On Saturday, a group of tourists in Philadelphia were just doing what many tourists like to do when they visit the City of Brotherly Love: Run up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art like Sylvester Stallone did when he played Rocky Balboa training to be a boxer in Rocky (1976).

Except unlike most tourists, these guys met the Rocky at the top of the steps. College friends Peter Rowe, Jacob Kerstan and Andrew Wright took the selfie of a lifetime with Sylvester Stallone, who was in town filming Creed, the seventh movie in the Rocky series. Stallone’s publicist confirmed the photo’s authenticity to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

If you need to refresh your memory of the iconic scene, watch below:

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TIME animals

This Video of a Seal Hugging a Dog Will Warm Your Heart

Cute overload alert

Animal lovers, try to contain your enthusiasm as you watch this seal scoot right up to a yellow labrador and put its front flippers around the canine. The marine mammal pats the dog on the back and rests its head on top of it in an adorable clip shot at Le Cap Ferret on the coast of southwestern France and uploaded earlier this month by YouTube user Elise Frebourg.

It is the latest in unlikely animal “friendships” to go viral, from a meerkat and a husky, a cheetah and a puppy and an owl and a cat.

WATCH: Incredibly Amicable Meerkat Becomes Best Friends With a Husky

WATCH: Here’s an Ocelot Kitten Having the Time of His Life Playing With His Best Canine Friend


TIME celebrity

Here’s the Cover of Kim Kardashian’s New Book of Selfies, Selfish

There's some cleavage

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian revealed the cover art for her upcoming book of selfies, Selfish, on Tuesday, and a spokesperson for Rizzoli confirmed to TIME that the following image is the real deal:

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In the description of the book on Rizzoli’s website, the star of E!’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians who is married to rapper Kanye West, is referred to as “the modern-day personification of Marilyn Monroe,” a “true American icon,” and a “trailblazer of the ‘selfie movement.'” Selfish hits shelves in spring 2015.

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