Is Sex With People You Don’t Live With Now Illegal in the United Kingdom?

Obviously, 2020 has been an absolutely wild ride so far.

Yet, even in a year when headlines routinely outshine the most bizarre imaginations, some things still manage to be surprising. Such as the various news outlets this month which have been reporting that sex is now largely illegal in the UK. Or, more specifically, sex with people you don’t already live with. So what’s going on here?

Let’s take a closer look.

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The motivation

When you hear about a law like this, your mind might leap to antiquated, prudish, Puritanical motives surrounding sexuality, like how some U.S. states still technically have statues outlawing “sodomy.”

But that’s not what we’re looking at here.

In fact, the sex aspect is sort of incidental; collateral damage taken as a part of trying to repair a larger problem.

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It’s about the virus

Like pretty much the entire world, the UK has implemented lockdown restrictions this year to slow the spread of disease.

The things that are officially off limits by law (for now) are indoor gatherings, which, as Mashable reports, are defined as:

“when two or more people are present together in the same place in order to engage in any form of social interaction with each other, or to undertake any other activity with each other.”

Obviously, if you can’t go over to someone’s house to hang out, you can’t go over to have sex. At least, not without risking a fine.

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Is this new?

Sort of.

The main difference with the legislation that went into effect at the start of June is that before, the “guest” would be in trouble, but now, both/all parties involved could face consequences.

The main gist of the “stay the hell at home” guidelines really haven’t changed much, and in fact have generally loosened as the year has gone on.

Is there any way around this?

There are, of course, various exceptions to the lockdown rules, though certainly none of them are designed to give you an excuse to go get your freak on.

Social gatherings are still allowed in outdoor spaces, though outdoor/public sex is and always has been illegal and would likely get you into a whole lot more trouble than a simple lockdown violation, so no loophole there either.

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What happens to people who break this law?

Not much.

The default fine is £100 (about $123), which for most people is enough to sting but not enough to mess up your life. As with everywhere else, authorities in the UK really do not have the interest in nor the resources for running around punishing every last lockdown violation; the point of the law is get enough people to behave responsibly so that the virus can remain at least relatively under control.

For some, that may mean some more lonely nights.

What do you think of all this?

Let us know in the comments.

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Don’t Wanna Risk the Bars During Rona? Try Bar in a Jar!

Can’t make it out to the bars right now? Or feel like maybe it’s a bad idea? That’s probably wise. Fortunately, keeping it to a night in doesn’t mean you have to give up all the fun of the bar experience.

In fact, you can customize and retain a lot of it for way less money than you’d likely spend on a night on the town. One idea that’s been getting a lot of traction for the at-home party / gift idea is the “Bar in a Jar” – basically just a customized collection of drinks festively set in one container for your sipping pleasure!

It’s an easy idea that truly is the complete package. Check out some of these examples that might provide inspiration for your bar in a jar project!

Life’s a Beach

This beach themed container was posted a while back by Instagram account boozekays, which specialized in creating personalized alcoholic arrangements. You can see here how adding just a few simple, inexpensive materials to the display really creates a sense of theme and fun.

The Open Bar

This gift idea comes via the decorating blog Shabby Creek Cottage. They’ve got an entire rundown on how to easily make your own – starting with some simple supplies:

• A large jar with lid (big enough to hold several small bottles)
• 5-7 small bottles of alcohol
• Adhesive Vinyl
• Transfer Tape
• Silhouette Machine + tools

You can see the rest of the instructions here.

Neon Lights

This specialty lid decoration is available from KylerDesigns on etsy for just 8 bucks. Download and print out instantly!

Mason Jar Cocktail Gifts

The website has another guide on a slightly different style of bar jar that’s perfect for gifts of all kinds!

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So, if you wanna get to having/spreading some fun but not exactly, yanno, out in the world, turn your boredom into creativity with a bar in a jar! Now if only we could figure out how to fit a steakhouse into one of these things…

Have you tried something like this? How did it turn out?

Let us know in the comments.

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Experts Open Up About How to Talk to Your Kids About Race

As the mom of a three-year-old and an eighteen-month-old, I can confirm that figuring out when and how to talk to your young kids about race and racial tensions is really hard. I want to make sure that my kids are antiracists in this world, people who stand up for people who are treated differently because of the color of their skin, but I don’t feel qualified to teach them how, exactly to do that at their ages.

I’m glad, then, that there are experts out there willing to help all of us parents figure out to navigate these tough topics with our kids.

First of all, if you’re the parents of white kids, know that having the conversation is important. Colorblindness is not the goal, so there’s nothing wrong with pointing out that people have different colors of skin – your friends of color and their kids don’t have the luxury (or privilege) to pretend everyone’s experience is the same, so neither should you.

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“White parents must take the lead from parents of color, who begin speaking to their children about the realities of race from toddlerhood,”says Ilyse Kennedy, a trauma counselor.

Another expert, Lacey Fisher, says it’s okay to be uncomfortable – you just can’t let that stop you.

“Silence about racism has a far more negative impact on children and communities.

Usually discomfort has more to do with our own issues around race that we learned from growing up and less to do with any difficulty that children have in talking about it.”

So, put on your big kid pants and buckle up – below is some good advice from these and other experts.

#8. Acknowledge your privilege.

Dr. Kennedy says it’s important to remember that “children of color, especially Black children, experience trauma on a daily basis because of the color of their skin. They are force to face that reality. It is a privilege that white parents don’t have to talk about racial trauma or the murder of Black folks by the police.”

For Black and other BIPOC children, parents don’t have the luxury of avoiding the tough topics. For that reason alone, your children shouldn’t, either – and it starts with helping them realize how their life is made easier every day by virtue of their skin color alone.

Here are a few conversation starters, courtesy of Raising Race Conscious Children:

“There are a lot of people who are sad and mad because a police officer hurt a man who was Black… “

“Usually people call people who look like us ‘white,’ even though our skin isn’t actually white. Usually people call other people with very dark skin ‘Black,’ even though their skin isn’t actually black.”

“This is your friend Nestor. He has brown skin and really curly hair. This is his mom. She is from the Dominican Republic. She also has brown skin.”

“Some mommies and children have a similar skin color, but other mommies and their children have different skin colors, did you know that?”

Whether you use these or others, just remember that talking about race isn’t a taboo topic, and that your child isn’t doing anything wrong by being white – they are both just realities of the world.

#7. Remain neutral when they make observations.

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Caryn Park, an Antioch University professor, reminds us that “it’s not racist to notice someone’s race,” so there’s no reason to shush or feel embarrassed if your child comments on the color of someone’s skin.

If your child makes an accurate observation, you can and should answer with a simple agreement.

Dr. Han Ren, PhD, says it’s never too early to start talking about race in more complex terms, though.

“Talking about race explicitly can occur as early as 18 months.

Very young toddlers tend to focus more oh physical characteristics that are salient.

Once children reach preschool age, they can begin understanding other less salient, but still noticeable, differences such as language, food, culture.”

#6. Check in with yourself.

Ilyse Kennedy says to remember that “it doesn’t start with your child, it starts with you.”

“It is more important that parents first do their own anti-racism work before speaking with their children about it.

Parents must explore their own ideas and biases prior to speaking with their children.”

And yes, we all have them.

“What was problematic in the way you learned about race?

Did your parents teach you to be colorblind?

Were you raised in an openly racist household?

How will you dismantle this first in yourself prior to teaching your children?”

You can start here for a comprehensive list of articles, books, podcasts, videos, and social media accounts that can help you take a deep dive inside your own prejudices.

#5. Let them ask (and answer) questions.

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If your kids are asking questions, they want answers – but you should also challenge them if they’re making what you consider to be stereotypical assumptions about people based on their race.

“…You can respond with non-judgmental and open-ended questions like, ‘Why do you think that? What makes you say that?’ to facilitate some dialogue,” Lacey Fisher suggests.

Doing this should also be able to help them challenge others when they hear similar assumptions.

#4. Know you’ll make mistakes.

There’s no formal rule book for these conversations, and we’re all learning as we go, says Fisher.

“We can expect that there will be questions that we don’t know how to answer, but we do not have to know all the answers.”

#3. Use smart resources.

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There are all kinds of great kids books on the topic of race. Make sure your shelves are stocked with age appropriate material, both explicitly about race and also stories that feature people with different colors of skin.

Remember, though, reading it isn’t enough.

“It’s important to have a dialogue with kids as you read, asking and answering questions,” says Dr. Ren.

#2. Keep the lines of communication open.

Even when racial tensions aren’t in the news, it needs to stay an open topic in your home, according to Dr. Ren.

“It’s important to revisit this…adding layers and nuance as your child grows.

This doesn’t work if you’re only talking about it with them when there’s civil unrest in the media.”

What’s more, encourage them to be part of a generation that will finally enact actual change.

“What’s universal and important to emphasize is the element of agency for all children.

Everyone can affect change in their environment, no matter how small.

Teach them to ask about differences, treating everyone with kindness, asking for help when something doesn’t feel right.”

Good advice for parenting across the board, but particularly when it comes to tough topics.

#1. Teach by example.

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We all know our kids are learning by watching us every minute of every day, and Dr. Ren reminds us that also goes for issues surrounding race.

“Who you choose to spend time with, the types of cuisines you eat, the music you listen to, the races of the toys kept in the home…these are all other opportunities to celebrate multiculturalism.”

I don’t know if I’m ready to expose my littles to the sad truths of the world, but I do feel more prepared – and more importantly, I am ready to start raising more allies.

Have you talked to your toddler about race? How did it go?

We’re all ears in the comments!

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Woman Recreates Cliché Travel Instagram Photos in Her Apartment During the Shutdown

2020 has really sucked so far.

And if you’re a person who regularly travels for business or pleasure, you know that’s it’s been a big adjustment being stuck at home and pretty much not being able to go ANYWHERE.

Travel blogger Sharon Waugh is based in South Africa but she, like all of us, is also stuck at home. So what’s a travel enthusiast to do…?

Waugh decided to spend her time recreating cliché travel photos that you routinely see people post on Instagram in her apartment and they are funny and totally spot-on.

Take a look at her photos. We think they’re great!

1. High on the mountaintop…

But now in your kitchen.

2. The Sydney Opera House.

Nice placement with the dishes, at least…

3. Jump for joy!

But do it inside for now.

4. Oh, to be at the beach…

Don’t try to surf with that ironing board.

5. Come right this way.

Doesn’t quite have the same look to it, does it?

6. Getting out in nature.

The great indoors.

7. Yayyyy! Oh, wait…

Hmmmm, well, this will have to do for now.

8. The Taj Mahal.

I love this one!

9. All the love in the world.

We’ll get back to it soon!

10. Definitely an “influencer” photo.

Get out of the road!

11. Close enough…

Gotta do the best with what you have.

12. Nailed that pose!

The lighting works, too!

Those are great!

Let’s hope that we can all travel to REAL places sooner than later.

Where is the FIRST place you want to go when it’s safe to travel again?

Talk to us in the comments!

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Funny Tweets From Parents That We Think You’ll Enjoy

Parents…we feel your pain right now.

Everyone has been crammed together for so long that we’re all going a little crazy. And the kids…oh, those kids.

Aren’t they just delightful when they’re not allowed to do anything with their friends?

We all know that the statement above is meant to be sarcastic, right?

Parents, read through these funny tweets and at the very least, you’ll realize that you are not alone in your madness right now.

1. That’ll show him!

You gotta mess with them a little bit. Trust me.

2. That is a brilliant strategy.

Now is the time to turn it around.

3. Just let him be.

Being a superhero takes a lot of work.

4. Dammit! Knew that was gonna happen.

Are we missing anything else?

5. I think about 85% of people on the road are doing this.

Are you one of them? Don’t lie!

6. Planting people all day.

Kind of cool name, though…

7. Why the hell not?

What do you have to lose?

8. It can always get worse.


9. Same here…

Do you think she’ll listen to you?

10. They are remarkable.

And you never know what’s next!

11. This is great!

Giving the mascot the third degree.

12. Pass the Farmer John, please.

Just go with it and don’t tell her until she’s a teenager.

13. You’ll learn this lesson. 

One way or another…

Are those accurate, or what?

I think we all know the answer to that…

Moms and dads: now we want to hear from you!

In the comments, tell us how parenting during the lockdown is working for you.

We want to hear it all!

The good, the bad, and the very, very ugly!

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This Sweet Pit Bull Is Pregnant and Absolutely Glowing

Pregnancy is a huge deal, no matter your species. It’s tough on your body, on your confidence, and also your mental health – and I have to imagine all of that goes at least double for a heavily pregnant pooch whose owners decided they didn’t want her anymore.

People are terrible.

This is Mama Pickles – a 2 yo Pit Bull that was found wandering, alone and pregnant, before ending up at a shelter.

The original shelter couldn’t offer her all of the support she needed, and so she went to Pits & Giggles, a non-profit organization that specializes in caring for pregnant dogs, nursing dogs, and their puppies. Mama Pickles was very, very heavy with pups but also happy to be among friends.

Like most who rescue dogs, volunteer (and professional photographer) Lauren Casteen Sykes is proud of the work they do, caring for these special mamas, and she also takes pride in the pictures she takes that will hopefully find mama and babies homes when they’re ready to go their separate ways.

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She and the others fell in love with Mama Pickles, and I think it really shines through in her beautiful maternity shoot.

Pickles gave birth not long after the original shoot, to 8 healthy (all girl!) puppies – and of course, some followup images were needed.

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I am all atwitter over these pictures, y’all – she looks way better than I did at this stage of pregnancy and motherhood!

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Kudos to Pickles for making it through, and here’s hoping she never has to go through this again – her next family should be her forever family, right?

I want her myself!

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Ways That Being a Kid Is Super Hard

As moms and dads, it can be tempting to look at our little ones lives of leisure – being fed, clothed, played with, and loved every day with little expectations placed on them in return – and forget that it can and is hard to be a small person, too.

They have their own set of problems, and sure, they might be harder to see as issues than say, piles of laundry, bills that aren’t paid, and saving for college.

That said, things like these 16 can be super tough to understand and to navigate when you’re a kid, so take a moment and try to remember what it was like!

16. Adults forget to treat you like a whole person.

What I remember most was some adults not treating me like a human being just because I was a child.

I try so hard with my own kids to step back and treat them as fellow humans and not just children. A 4 year old needs their own space and gets frustrated and gets angry in exactly the same way I do. They just don’t have the vocabulary and awareness to express it.

My job is to help them express it, validate it and teach them how to deal with it.

Not just to tell them to stop whining.

15. Moms always think it will be better in the morning.

my sister slipped and broke her arm at the pool when we were kids and my mum insisted she was just dramatic (although oddly enough she didn’t even cry, just calmly tried to explain she couldn’t move it and it hurt really bad).

My mum made her sleep on it that night and only when her arm was swollen and purple the next morning did our mum take her to the hospital.

14. Not enough people get down to your level.

I was on my pediatrics rotation in medical school and saw a little kiddo having a meltdown in the waiting room, the mom was getting flustered and frustrated. Then one of the peds residents was walking though the waiting room. He got down on one knee and instead of scalding the child like the mother was, he asked the little kiddo what was wrong.

The child said he forgot his favorite toy at home and was afraid something would happen to it. Instead of telling the kid that his toy was safe and that he needs to stop crying, the resident asked his mom if anyone was home. The dad was. The resident asked the mom if she could text the dad and ask if the toy was safe. Less than 5 minutes went by when the dad sent a picture with the toy and all was well.

The little boy was all sunshine and rainbows after that, all it took was just empathizing with a child and putting yourself in the mindset of a 4 year old. To us it seems so trivial that he left his toy at home, but to him that toy is his whole world. He has spent thousands of hours with it and probably has a special bond. I can’t imagine how it would feel to just have that dismissed by the parent when they tell you to just “calm down and be quiet.”

13. You would give your left arm for some space.

Living in a house with just one bathroom and so many people.

Seemed like someone was always using the toilet or the shower when others needed use of the room.

12. Everything can feel like a catch-22.

In teens specifically- “Grow up and be more independent!”

Gets a job and saves to eventually move out one day

“You need to come home sooner, I don’t care if you have a job I’m still your mother/father”

11. Funny what doesn’t seem so bad looking back.

Family gatherings.

Had a large extended family as an Indian and there would gatherings and functions almost every week.

Coming of age, house warming, marriage, 1st birthdays called for gatherings between 100-2000 people. You had to dress up and meet people that apparently cleaned your snot as a baby expecting you to remember that they did so. It was horrid.

Kinda miss it now though.

10. It can feel impossible to please the adults in your life.

Every fucking year:

Parents: You are lazy and only play video games all day. I had my own job when I was 12 and was barely ever home when I was your age.

Me: Can I get a job?

Dad: No, you have to focus on school.

Me: How about over the summer?

Mom: No, summer is for spending time with your family, and this could be one of your last years to enjoy your childhood. Maybe next year.

9. Parents are so hard!

If you tell the truth, I wont get mad.

Sure thing mom. Here’s what happened.


But mom, its 9 in the morning.


8. Sometimes the people who are supposed to love you refuse to understand you.

My mother stigmatizing me for loving pink, playing the flute, wanting to be a nurse, et cetera.

7. I mean, at least kids today have Alexa for that.

Not getting explanations for things I asked about.

My parents and extended family were good-hearted people, but none of them were very intellectually-minded, so when I had questions about how things in the world were supposed to work or operate, the answers were frequently unsatisfying, ranging somewhere between “Because it just does/is.” to “I don’t know.”. And “I don’t know” was sadly never followed up with “…but let’s find out”.

I have of course overcompensated with my own children on this to a fault.

As my eldest son said, “I’m afraid to ask you what time it is, because then you’ll want to teach me how to build a clock.”

6. Not being accepted and loved for who you are.

As a young child- My mother forcing me into social situations despite my extreme shyness. She always hated the fact I was shy.

As a teen- my grades were never good enough. Even if I had an A, it could always be a higher A. If my grades dropped to a low B, I would be drug tested and she would tell me she was surprised when I came back clean.

5. Remember that kids are NOT just shorter adults.

Adults not taking me seriously when I’d say I was full/needed a wee/didn’t feel well.

We don’t tell adults they have to eat if they’re full or to ‘just hold it’ if they need the loo.

4. Food is such a sensitive topic for so many families.

Being made to eat foods that I couldn’t stomach or which were in amounts that were too much for me to handle.

“You can’t leave the table until you finish everything on your plate.”

I hated wasting food, but I developed clever ways of sneaking unwanted food away and disposing of it without a trace.

Thankfully my parents didn’t pull the “There are starving people in Africa” routine, because my answer would have been “So give it to them.”

3. “Accidents happen” is a saying for a reason.

Getting chastised for falling down accidentally and getting scrapes.

Ended up hiding one because of fear and got a permanent scar from it not healing properly.

2. Kids aren’t stupid, they’re just still learning.

Being treated like an imbecile, while you were just lacking some context.

1. I try never to say “because I said so” to my kids. I don’t always stick to it, though!

being told “no” without any explanation.

that’s just going to make me do it to find out myself

My heart kind of hurts in a weird nostalgic sort of way reading these.

Let’s all do a better job putting ourselves in our kid’s shoes today, mmmkay?

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Memes for Those of Us Who Have One Love in Life: SLEEPING

I love sleeping.

I love getting into my bed at night to read before I fall asleep, I love mid-day naps on the weekend on the couch.

I just can’t get enough!

Of course, even though I can’t get enough, it doesn’t mean that I actually do get enough because life is pretty darn busy for all of us.

But when I get it, I LOVE IT.

And I think you probably do too if you’re here with us right now.

Let’s all enjoy these funny memes about one of the things that really keeps us going: SLEEP

1. Faster! Faster!

A bad feeling is when you wake up 3 minutes before that baby goes off.

2. The worst!

I was just getting to the good part!

3. No difference, really.

You should see me after I get 12 hours of sleep…

4. Things spun out of control.

What day is it?

5. A little bit groggy.

Time to recuperate and take on the day…or to take another nap.

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6. It worked!

This book must be a bestseller.

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Where can I find this book? . . . . . . . Follow for more!

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7. Who the f*ck does this thing even work?!?!

Enough to ruin your evening.

8. I’m listening…

But I’m not sure that it’s sinking in…

9. It’s gonna be a long day…


10. Pack it all in.

Make good use of that time.

11. Can you just give me a break, BRAIN?

It just keeps running on a loop.

12. I can’t feel my arm!

Time to get a bionic one…

13. Oh shit…not that again.

You can’t escape your past.

Okay, how about you?

Are you a huge fan of getting those ZZZZZZZZs? Does your life not feel complete without a nap?

If so, talk to us in the comments and tell us all about livin’ that sleeping life!

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Funny Memes About Being Single

If you’re single, you know it has its pros and cons.

First, the pros: no one tells you what to do, you don’t have to answer to anyone ever, and you can eat pizza every single night if you want to.

Now, the cons: soul-crushing depression and loneliness, no sense of accomplishment, and you don’t get to split half of the bills with someone.

It’s a real toss-up, huh? I know where I stand…

Forget about all that for now and let’s enjoy these funny memes about single!

1. Sure I do!

Just of a different variety…

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2. That was fast.

They won’t try that one again.

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3. That’s not happening.

Did they learn a lesson?

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4. It’s much easier to just give advice.

The actual relationship part? A little bit harder.

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5. No, another one.

Sorry, pal…

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6. I’ll be over here drinking a beer.

Always the seventh wheel.

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7. Not a great idea.

It won’t end well…trust me…

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8. Hey, this isn’t bad.

I can get used to this!

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9. Didn’t go as planned.

But that’s okay!

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10. Might be here for a while…

Maybe even decades…

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11. This is the life!

And here is my Bill of Rights.

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12. I don’t actually play the game.

But I can dish it out with the best of ’em!

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Hahahaha. Those are pretty hilarious, if I do say so myself.

Now we want to hear from you.

If you’re single, talk to us in the comments and tell us you’re happy about it or if you’re looking for a partner in crime.

We’d love to hear from you.

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Cats Think That These Toy Beds for Kids From IKEA Are Meant Just for Them

Hey, that’s mine!

In case you didn’t know it, that’s exactly how a cat’s brain operates.

They do what they want and they take what they want.

The little beds from IKEA you’re about to see in these photos were originally meant for kids to place their dolls in, but these cats decided to swoop in and claim the territory as their own.

And we all know what happens when you try to argue or fight with a cat.


So sit back and enjoy these pics of kitties who took over IKEA mini beds as their own personal sleeping quarters.

1. Get nice and cozy…

Because I’m not going anywhere!

2. Stole the bed and now getting some sun.

Do you have a problem with that?

3. This is the life.

I have to say I’m kind of jealous.

4. Can I help you with something?

This is my bed from now on.

5. Looks pretty comfy.

You need a got spot if you’re gonna sleep 23 hours a day.

6. All tuckered out.

And all tucked in!

7. It’s been a long day.

Now it’s time to retire to my throne.

8. Do not wake me up under any circumstances.

Do you understand me?

9. The queen in her rightful place.

I wouldn’t disturb her if I were you…just sayin’…

10. I need you to tuck me in.

And the answer better be YES.

11. Flip through these pics and SMILE.

Those are really cute.

Those pics are hilarious AND adorable.

Now we want to hear from the readers out there.

In the comments, please share some photos with us of your cat snoozing in places that they decided to claim as their own.

We can’t wait to see your pics!

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