11 Puppy Butts Guaranteed To Put A Smile On Your Face

11 Puppy Butts Guaranteed To Put A Smile On Your Face

Guaranteed to put a smile on your face.

“Having a long day? Wishing it was the weekend already? Here’s a compilation of the best puppy butts out there. They’re cute, they’re fluffy and they’ll make you want to adopt a dog.

1. A very very wrinkly puppy butt.

These 3 bums are setting the stage for a "kick-butt" list of the most adorable puppy butts out there! With their silky wrinkles and just-months-old age, they couldn't be any cuter!

2. A lop-sided, fluffy butt.

You guess is as good as mine when it comes to "what is he even doing???" but honestly, who really cares? He's too cute to ask questions, just him be!

3. Jumping into the sea puppy butt.

This puppy butt is A-C-T-I-V-E. He's got mad hops and not a care in the world. He probably doesn't know how to swim, but does it really even matter since his thick coat will just float once it hits that salt water?

4. Struggling puppy butt.

Steps are hard. Especially for this 8-week old yellow lab. Where is her owner and their fashionable carrying case? She can climb them on her own once she's at least taller than a single stair!

5. Sunday fun day, relaxing puppy butt.

I truly think everyone can relate to this butt. It's lazy and fabulous at the same time, and honestly just doesn't have a reason to be moving around.

6. Side-view, ultra-fluff puppy butt.

Personal fave right here. This pup is just yearning to go play with the big dogs. Patience little one.

7. Waiting for mom to get home from work puppy butt.

How sad! A puppy butt should never be left alone like this, although someone is clearly taking this rear-view photo.

8. Hide 'n' Seek puppy butt (he lost).

Nice try, bud.

9. A clan of furry, friendly puppy butts.

Nearly 10 butts all in one shot? Nice work photographer! This has got to be a fan fave. These litter-mates are on a clear mission.

10. Twinning puppy butts.

Ugh, cue heart eyes.

11. The grand finale.

The fluffiest.



The most voluptuous.



The happiest.



Puppy butt...



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I have no words. This one just outdid all the rest, and then some.

There's no butts about it... this has got to be the cutest article I've ever written.
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Help! I Think There's an Old Man Trapped in my Dog's Body!

Please Help me in Whatever Way You Can

So, you probably clicked this article because it has the words "dog" and "old man" in the title. You thought two things, either this is going to make you laugh or sob uncontrollably. I'm here to warn you that you will feel neither feeling. If I've done this article correctly by the end of this you'll want to help the poor old man that is trapped in my dog's body.

I think his name is Melvin.

Here's how I've come up with his name: He looks at me when I call him Melvin.

See, his "dog persona" name that was given to him was "Chip." He responds to Chip only sometimes, but no matter what, Melvin seems to work. He also really looks like a Melvin.

He likes to go out for walks, but not for too long. If he wants to stop, he'll stop. He'll sit down and he won't get up. If I give the leash a little tug, he'll lay down. He's an old man, he deserves to take mandatory breaks.

He has back problems, too.

Stairs are a climb, and not a regular one. It's a struggle. Sometimes, if it's raining out, his back hurts him more. He'll wait for us to pick him up and carry him up the stairs. Most of the time, however, he hates being picked up because even though he is an old man, he still wants to do everything himself and to not have help.

He's getting grumpy. If anything happens he'll bark. If something is out of place, he'll bark. It's a little bark. More like a grunt, actually. He'll do that or he'll sneeze, but it's a fake sneeze. And he knows it's fake. It's like our secret.

When the weather is bad he likes everyone together. Just as a grandparent would want their family safe from the weather, Melvin wants that for us.

He likes the warmth. In our house, our insolation is old and sometimes it doesn't work all that well. In these instances you'll find Melvin sleeping right by the heating vent. When it gets really cold, we put up heating fans that oscillate. He also likes to walk with the oscillation of the fan so that he's always warm. In my mind it's Melvin dancing.

He also has no control of his bladder. He'll go while he's eating, running, climbing stairs. You can tell he gets embarrassed when it happens. He'll go to the corner of the room and start chewing on a bone and looking around.

But here's where it get's interesting...

We live across the street from an old lady. Every time I walk little Melvin she comes out and watches. And every time Melvin sees her he stops and looks.

I think they're husband and wife. Or at least were.

This old lady doesn't speak to anyone. Nor does she seem to have family or friends. She definitely lives alone. She also has her property covered in cameras.

So, call me crazy, but I have a feeling this old lady is on guard of the witch that turned her husband, poor Melvin, into my dog Chip. I think the witch is coming for her next.

So, please, if you see anything out of the ordinary please comment on this article (only serious inquires please). Let's save Melvin and the old lady that lives across the street from me!

#saveMelvin

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Bitcoin Faces a Huge Tumble, Attests Reluctance of Institutional Investors Gennady Barsky, Jack Ma and Jamie Dimon

The buzzword of 2017 and possibly 2018 is ‘Bitcoin’.

While institutional investors like Gennady Barsky remain neutral to the idea of Bitcoin, some are reluctant to invest in this digital currency that has taken the world by storm. Jack Ma, the founder and executive chairman of Alibaba Group, clearly conveyed his disinterest in Bitcoin, albeit he showed keenness in the technology behind it. 

Jamie Dimon, on the other hand, is a fierce opponent of Bitcoin trading. He went as far as dishonorably relieving his employees who were investing in Bitcoin, citing ‘stupidity’ as the grounds of firing.   

Gennady Barsky, who’s willing to fund fresh ideas, suggests waiting for Bitcoin to develop in terms of technology, so it’s safer for investors. The world’s most famous cryptocurrency had been dwelling the shady alleys of the Dark Web. Earlier, it was known to be used for human trafficking, illegal organ trade, illegal arms deals, and hitman contracts. “It needs a lot of catching up to do with the contemporary economy”, says Gennady Barsky. Despite its dark past, the concept supporting Bitcoin has many takers, including Jack Ma. 

Blockchain made Bitcoin possible, and Jack Ma is using it to advance China’s healthcare and fight the resurgence of spurious food imitations. As for the trading part, the Alibaba boss cites Bitcoin’s incompatibility with the current economic order, as it will be easily toppled by the former’s volatility. 

Another reason Jack Ma doesn’t want to jump onto the bandwagon is because he knows very little about Bitcoin trading. Concurrently, according to most of the traders, there are a lot of ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ in Bitcoin. 

The Bitcoin value has crashed hard in a span of six days by more than $3,000. Trends suggest it will continue downhill. Those wary of Bitcoin explained thus sudden descent as the bursting of the Bitcoin bubble. There are a number of factors dictating the price of Bitcoins, all of which can be considered fickle. 

The biggest factor is the cryptocurrency fan base. As mentioned before, cryptocurrency is a trend espoused by investors. Speculation and demand have encouraged people to ask for more Bitcoins, driving up the demand. When the supply is short, the value rises. 

Instead of a central regulatory body, Bitcoin miners enjoy a monopoly in the market, and are free to dictate the Bitcoin value as they see fit. If a buyer is willing to pay 10 times the cost price (the expenditure of resources to mine a Bitcoin), it automatically inflates the price in the market by a few points. 

“An immediate factor of the Bitcoin price rise is its hype. Buyers are finding it difficult to trade in Bitcoins, since most of the vendors won’t accept the cryptocurrency. The death of the hype will surely influence miners to stop, given that there will be lack of investors in the fold,” explains Institutional Investor Barsky. Right now, it’s better to speculate till there’s a better and safer mechanism in place to invest in Bitcoin.  

Bitcoin isn’t a currency as a lot of people believe it to be. It’s an asset, whose price depends on a number of aspects that cannot be controlled outright. For example, real estate can be revamped with the latest technology and fittings, which increases its value. Bitcoin can only be sold at a higher price at the buyer’s discretion, with nothing substantial to back up the increased price. Undoubtedly, it’s a precarious business.     
A gambling of sorts, if the deal goes south, you can suffer a lot of damages. “Invest in Bitcoin only if you can afford to lose money,” advise most of the investment experts. It’s a highly speculative business with which you can make a lot of profit, or as Gennady Barsky suggests, play it safe and let time unveil Bitcoin’s reliability.  

 The buzzword of 2017 and possibly 2018 is ‘Bitcoin’

While institutional investors like Gennady Barsky remain neutral to the idea of Bitcoin, some are reluctant to invest in this digital currency that has taken the world by storm. Jack Ma, the founder and executive chairman of Alibaba Group, clearly conveyed his disinterest in Bitcoin, albeit he showed keenness in the technology behind it. 

Jamie Dimon, on the other hand, is a fierce opponent of Bitcoin trading. He went as far as dishonorably relieving his employees who were investing in Bitcoin, citing ‘stupidity’ as the grounds of firing.   

Gennady Barsky, who’s willing to fund fresh ideas, suggests waiting for Bitcoin to develop in terms of technology, so it’s safer for investors. The world’s most famous cryptocurrency had been dwelling the shady alleys of the Dark Web. Earlier, it was known to be used for human trafficking, illegal organ trade, illegal arms deals, and hitman contracts. “It needs a lot of catching up to do with the contemporary economy”, says Gennady Barsky. Despite its dark past, the concept supporting Bitcoin has many takers, including Jack Ma. 

Blockchain made Bitcoin possible, and Jack Ma is using it to advance China’s healthcare and fight the resurgence of spurious food imitations. As for the trading part, the Alibaba boss cites Bitcoin’s incompatibility with the current economic order, as it will be easily toppled by the former’s volatility. 

Another reason Jack Ma doesn’t want to jump onto the bandwagon is because he knows very little about Bitcoin trading. Concurrently, according to most of the traders, there are a lot of ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ in Bitcoin. 

The Bitcoin value has crashed hard in a span of six days by more than $3,000. Trends suggest it will continue downhill. Those wary of Bitcoin explained thus sudden descent as the bursting of the Bitcoin bubble. There are a number of factors dictating the price of Bitcoins, all of which can be considered fickle. 

The biggest factor is the cryptocurrency fan base. As mentioned before, cryptocurrency is a trend espoused by investors. Speculation and demand have encouraged people to ask for more Bitcoins, driving up the demand. When the supply is short, the value rises. 

Instead of a central regulatory body, Bitcoin miners enjoy a monopoly in the market, and are free to dictate the Bitcoin value as they see fit. If a buyer is willing to pay 10 times the cost price (the expenditure of resources to mine a Bitcoin), it automatically inflates the price in the market by a few points. 

“An immediate factor of the Bitcoin price rise is its hype. Buyers are finding it difficult to trade in Bitcoins, since most of the vendors won’t accept the cryptocurrency. The death of the hype will surely influence miners to stop, given that there will be lack of investors in the fold,” explains Institutional Investor Barsky. Right now, it’s better to speculate till there’s a better and safer mechanism in place to invest in Bitcoin.  

Bitcoin isn’t a currency as a lot of people believe it to be. It’s an asset, whose price depends on a number of aspects that cannot be controlled outright. For example, real estate can be revamped with the latest technology and fittings, which increases its value. Bitcoin can only be sold at a higher price at the buyer’s discretion, with nothing substantial to back up the increased price. Undoubtedly, it’s a precarious business.     
A gambling of sorts, if the deal goes south, you can suffer a lot of damages. “Invest in Bitcoin only if you can afford to lose money,” advise most of the investment experts. It’s a highly speculative business with which you can make a lot of profit, or as Gennady Barsky suggests, play it safe and let time unveil Bitcoin’s reliability.  

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