Life is pain. Life is thankless. But you know what? There are blips of happiness and humor that grace us every now and then. These memes might qualify as one such blip for your and yours.
Jurassic World got it all wrong, guys. Those scientists shouldn't have been trying to splice together a horrible super-beast, they should have been making Disney princess raptor hybrids! Laura Cooper of XP Comics has done the lord's work for them and created these incredible Jurassic dames for your enjoyment:
Disney isn't known for having a particularly diverse set of princesses, which has caused many people demand princesses they can relate to. The outcry for incredibly specific Disney princesses led to some parody tweets. Eventually, Twitter users started having a field day, adding their own hilarious twists to the mix.
These Disney Princesses are singing in the languages their stories originated in, not the actual princesses' native language. So, unfortunately, if you were hoping to see Ariel belt out a bunch of bubbles you will be disappointed.
There's also a second video covering some of the princesses the first video missed:
Something magical happens when this group of crochet enthusiasts meet to make dreams come true.
Former oncology nurse and mom Holly Christensen has started a group called The Magic Yarn Project, a clan of dedicated crocheters that meet to make Disney princess wigs for children with cancer.
A daughter of one of Christensen's friends was diagnosed with lymphoma so she decided to make a Rapunzel yarn wig. Here's what she told Babble:
"I knew she would be going through a difficult time, and that no one would be able to take her suffering away. I also knew that losing her long, curly blonde hair at not even 3 years old would be difficult for her, so I figured that the yarn wig could help bring a little magic and fun to a difficult time in her life."
Designs include princess Elsa and Anna from Frozen and princess Jasmine from Aladdin.
The group has a GoFundMe account set up to help fund even more wigs for children around the world battling cancer.