“Baby Turtle Eating Strawberry” Is the Most Adorable Thing I Have Ever Seen


I don’t know if this is real. I don’t know the context. I saw it on Twitter and it appears to be from some fly-by-night viral Vine account. So full disclosure, that could very well be an ambitious USC undergraduate in a turtle costume. Maybe that strawberry was created by Industrial Light & Magic. Having said that, I don’t care. This is so adorable. I’ve never seen anything this adorable. And I’ve seen adorable things! I’ve seen bunnies hold hands and beagles wrestle. This baby turtle puts them all to shame. It makes the porcupine eating a pumpkin video look like Unforgiven. Unforgiven is not adorable! It’s a blood soaked black hole from which cuteness cannot escape. That is how adorable this vine is.

 

 

via Lauren Evans.

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