Puppy Loses Epic Fight With Inflatable Toy Minion

It’s a dog-eat-dog world, and this inflatable toy Minion is punching well above his weight class, thanks to a little help from Newton’s Third Law of Motion.

Even from an inflatable toy punching bag, a ten-second knockout is nothing to scoff at. The dog, a one-and-a-half-year-old Shichon who lives in London and goes by the name “Arne Doodle,” has certainly met its match.

Here’s that knockout again, in an infinite loop:

Next stop: SportsCenter’s “Top 10 Plays.”

Don’t worry, judging by little Arne’s Instagram account, he’s bounced back from the loss quite well:

A photo posted by Arne Jacobsen (@arnedoodle) on Aug 3, 2015 at 3:15am PDT

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Google may be on cusp of re-entering mainland China market

It’s reportedly planning to release new China-specific versions of its Google Play app store and Android Wear software, in what would be a markedly softened stance toward the country.

See Mr. Bean Drive With A Mop While Reclining Atop His Car In 2015

It’s been 25 years since Rowan Atkinson’s bizarrely endearing character Mr. Bean debuted on British television. While the original sitcom, “Mr. Bean,” comprised just 15 half-hour episodes that aired between 1990 and 1995, it inspired many other sketches, two feature films, and now a new, second animated series.

“He’s a child in a grown man’s body,” Atkinson explained in a 2005 interview with The Scotsman. “He can’t stop himself from doing stuff, so he fiddles and meddles just like a child does.”

In honor of the occasion, Atkinson re-created of his character’s most famous stunts. Having packed too much stuff into his tiny car for himself to fit inside, Mr. Bean rigs a steering system and pilots the vehicle on top of it. Kind of like this:

Or this:

Look who’s turned up in St James’s Park! It’s only @MrBean! #mrbean25 pic.twitter.com/m9CnwRQohn

— The Royal Parks (@theroyalparks) September 4, 2015

We can only hope that Her Majesty the Queen happened to peek out her window as Atkinson drove by.

For your nostalgic enjoyment, here’s the original sketch:

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Hipster Barbie Is Mocking You And Your Instagram Habits

From her shots of clichéd latte art to perfectly filtered shots of sunsets, we’re pretty sure that “Hipster Barbie” is mocking us on social media.

Hipster Barbie — whose official Instagram name is Socality Barbie — is taking the Internet by storm. Tapping into our social media habits like no other, she nails our “fake” Instagram lives to a tee with every perfectly posed photo. Barbie even hashtags things the way we do (#blessed, #vscocam and #liveauthentic), while arranging artsy shots we all know we’re guilty of taking.

And those “quote” captions? So. On. Point. Barbie, can we be you?

When The Huffington Post spoke with Socality Barbie, the creator refused to reveal their identity, saying they were “Just some nobody who lives in Portland, Oregon — only close friends and family know the identity.” In “real” life, the creator says they photograph weddings and started Socality Barbie about three month ago.

“I created SB purely for my and my friends enjoyment. It was a light-hearted and fun way to poke fun at all the people who used the ‘Socality’ and ‘LiveAuthentic’ hashtags. People were taking the same pictures in the same places and using the same ‘inspirational’ captions,” said the creator. “How can you be authentic and inspiration when you follow the crowned? I thought using a mass-produced doll would be the best way to make that point.”

And oh, did they make that point. Take a look at more of Socality’s Instagram perfection below and be sure to follow her on Twitter:

H/T Wired

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