During a Reddit Q&A, Frozen co-director Chris Buck revealed that Tarzan could actually be the long-lost brother of Anna and Elsa. Turns out, their parents didn't die on that boat after all. Is your mind blow yet? — MTV
Eek! It's a giant tarantula! Don't touch! Or is it just one of Stefan Pabst's insanely realistic 3-D drawings? Check out this amazing video of a little girl who's afraid to go near a simple piece of paper. — BuzzFeed
Like ball pits? Love pit bulls? Then you'll squee with delight over this positively adorable video of a pit bull "swimming" in a kiddie pool that's filled with colorful plastic balls. She's — wait for it — having a ball! — Huffington Post
If you're looking to be slightly grossed out, feast your eyes upon comedians Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal... feasting on pet food. Spoiler alert: You will not be inspired to try your dog or cat's food afterward. (The real action starts at around 2:20!) — Huffington Post
Are you tired of eating hamburger buns that are, um, regular-colored? Looks like you're in luck! KFC China is introducing a sandwich with a pink bun. The sandwich is called the Rose Cheese Roasted Chicken Burger, and sometimes it even comes in a pretty little box with a pink rose. Cool or positively disgusting? — BuzzFeed
China's KFC is introducing a burger called the “Rose Cheese Roasted Chicken Burger” with a PINK bun! Thoughts? pic.twitter.com/reD0H9Hjcy— MY96 Radio (@my96fm) August 14, 2015
Never fear the doctor again when you see Dr. Adnan Khera's awesome — kinda goofy — moves. Dr. Khera, an anesthesiology resident at Boston's Tufts Medical Center, dances in the street twice a week in order to raise money for charity. So far, his organization, Doctor Be Dancing, has raised over $5,000 for animals that need rescuing, children who are living in poverty, terminally ill children and meals for people with chronic illnesses. — People
Looking for a new Instagram account to follow? Check out the account of French photographer François Dourlen. Dourlen superimposes famous TV and movie characters into the real world, and the result is pretty astonishing. — Look
No one is immune to the magic and fun of Disney World — especially this tiny hamster. Watch the adorableness unfold as this teeny-tiny hamster, who's had other adventures, has the best day ever with Mickey at Disney. — Popsugar
The characters in Star Wars don't always have to be in doom and gloom situations and galaxies — at least that's how artist Kyle Hagey sees things. Hagey digitally crafted our favorite Star Wars characters onto much fluffier situations. Tea with Darth Vader, anyone? — Mashable
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