All the groundhogs say it will be an early spring

All the groundhogs say it will be an early spring

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Okay, campers, rise and shine and feel free to leave your booties at home because it’s not going to be cold for much longer.

This morning, the famous weather-predicting groundhog Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow, thereby predicting an early spring season, according to local news station WKYC.

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The prediction is somewhat historic, as Phil has only failed to see his shadow 18 times since 1887.

Phil isn’t the only one, eitherStaten Island’s weather groundhog, Chuck, also failed to see his shadow

Since 1988, Punxsutawney Phil’s predictions have been correct 13 times and incorrect 15 times. Read more…

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This little kid dancing to Justin Bieber's 'Sorry' is the future of dance and art

This little kid dancing to Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ is the future of dance and art

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This kid has it, and we don’t, and that’s something we’ll all have to make our peace with.

John Phillip Bughaw, a six-year-old from the Philippines who’s already been a guest on Ellen, has released a new video. Bughaw dances to Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” and absolutely crushes it.

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These people are so dedicated, they voted in the Iowa caucus from California

These people are so dedicated, they voted in the Iowa caucus from California

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If you want to see real change happen in this country, you have to get out and vote no matter what. Nothing should hold you back — not the weather, not your job, not the fact there’s nothing to vote for in your state yet and the only voting is happening roughly 2,000 miles away.

Thankfully, the people featured in this Iowa caucus-themed edition of “Lie Witness News” on Jimmy Kimmel Live aren’t the type to skip voting. According to all of them, they were able to make it to a polling place, get some free coffee and place their vote in a different state’s primary election.

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Photographer's portraits make snowmen look like high art

Photographer’s portraits make snowmen look like high art

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Snowmen: simple winter pastime or high art? It depends on how you look at them.

These incredibly well-shot snowman portraits, taken by photographer Konstantin Sergeyev, make us want to place more meaning on these cute, goofy creations.

This is what you sound like when you talk about how tired you are

This is what you sound like when you talk about how tired you are

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Video: Jake Fertig, Lindsey Ferrier, Max Knoblauch, David Sidorow

We’re exhausted, are you exhausted? Of course you are.

Talking about how tired you are at work is the new “describing your dream in great detail” at work. It’s impossible to not discuss, but nobody wants to hear about it.

Our latest Mashable Humor dives into this exhaustion discussion trend, sweeping offices and coffee shops across the world.

Stay away from the dark wizard and get some rest, people.

BONUS: We’re all using way too many dating apps Read more…

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Finally, a calendar for artful back hair

Finally, a calendar for artful back hair

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The Rembrandt of manscaping has arrived to take over the art world.

Since 2008, Mike Wolfe and Tyler Harding of Idaho have been working together to create elegant back hair portraits. With Harding acting as the artist and Wolfe acting as his canvas, the two created Calendhair — a 12-month, themed calendar for the back hair enthusiast in your life.

“Everybody always makes fun of the guy with back hair. Well now it’s my turn to shine, right?,” Wolfe told KTVB.

Wolfe’s hairy canvas takes about four months to grow, and the shaving takes Harding about an hour. Read more…

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