One user said of the video, which already has 3 million views: "Please, please get him a little doggy hard hat I'm begging."
"That discovery just ruined all his plans of mischief for the day!" said one user.
"I'd go on the party bus even if it clashed with my own child's gender reveal!" said one Reddit user in response to a woman's post about missing a family event.
"I never thought I would end up meeting the love of my life on Craigslist and living together from the moment we met," Brooke Forman told Newsweek.
"She is a first-time mom and is missing out on everything, but she is so thankful to be alive," Jalen Morris' mother told Newsweek.
The moment an adorable dog refuses to get out of the car has racked up over 235,000 views on a social-media site.
"We started noticing them throwing trash into my front lawn, and then later dumping dirty water into my lawn."
The video has amassed more than 2.9 million views, with one user writing: "You can hear the inconvenience in his voice."
Wedding expert Rima Barakeh has told Newsweek how to ask for financial help when planning a wedding.
One user said: "Someone is cutting onions again. This is absolutely beautiful!!"
People may be surprised to discover it isn't all about extreme exercise to keep off fat.
One user said of the viral TikTok smash: "Meanwhile mine scratches until we lift the blanket so he can get under."
Zoe Willingham, a dog behaviorist based in Suffolk, United Kingdom has provided five tips aimed to help prepare a dog for a new baby.
"This was a calculated heist like oceans 11," one user wrote, while another added: "He saw an opportunity and took it."
The DIY hair-care treatment has racked up millions of views on TikTok, but a hair stylist advises people against copying it.
The Oscar-worthy performance already boasts 10 million views on Instagram.
The bamboozled owner said: "I don't know if these kittens are gonna start barking."
The viral clip shows a puppy ready to seize the day, while his canine companions are looking rather sleepy.
Newsweek reached out to a dog trainer to find out ways to help a rescue dog settle into its new home.
The TikTok clip has racked up 1.8 million views, one user said: "That's love on the owners part. Breaking his back so puppy can see his friends."
A heartwarming video has had over 754,000 views on TikTok, with one user saying: "They say dogs find you for a reason."
"This is my goal when I get a house. I love, love it all!" was one comment on the viral TikTok clip, which boasts over 300,000 views.
TikTok star Jessica L'Whor told Newsweek: "I don't think that I was as shocked as the world is."
"This is also the best news I've heard all day as well. I'm glad your mom will be okay," one Reddit user wrote.
"A timid cat reflects a person who lets other people walk all over them," cat whisperer Sylvie Sterling says.
"It was hard at first but I knew I was going to have the surgery as it was an opportunity to eliminate cancer at a young age," Lily Chugg told Newsweek.
The viral video has racked up 3.7 million views on TikTok, but the aim of the exercises has left some users scratching their heads.
"She does the twirly whirly," read one comment below the hilarious video that has racked up 1.2 million views in 24 hours.
Psychiatrist Carole Lieberman told Newsweek: "The poster is using this opportunity to get attention for her religious beliefs."
The ex-racing dog has developed a special relationship with his owner's parents, who treat him like their grandchild.