Babies Who Look Exactly Like Celebs!

Babies can come out looking a little surprising to their parents. Sure, they’re adorable and we love them, but we don’t know exactly who’s nose they’ll get, or if they’ll inherit your great uncle’s super bushy eyebrows. Sometimes parents have the shocking realization that while neither of them look particularly like someone famous, their genes combined have made an adorable offspring… who looks exactly like Gandalf!

Or what about Mrs. Doubtfire? We can’t imagine what provoked this little girl’s parents to get her those glasses, but the internet is forever grateful that they did!

I don’t know if I ever considered the fact that Danny DeVito was a baby at one point until I saw this photo. I don’t know anyone who would describe him today as a “Happy Little Camper,” but this makes me think that maybe he once was?

This baby who looks exactly like Gordon Ramsey is giving us serious anxiety. He looks like he’s judging his pureed carrots way harshly, and who knows what outlandish insult will come out of that adorable little puckered mouth!

Train Your Brain To Make You Happy

Have you ever noticed that you have a harder time hanging on to the good things that happen to you, and that instead it’s the bad or scary things that your mind just can’t let go? Well, it’s not just you, virtually everyone has this problem, and it’s actually a finely-honed result of evolution. Think about it: the humans who survived the most often were the ones who remembered dangerous or frightening situations and replayed them over and over in their mind, because they were more likely to recognize similar situations when they came up again, and thus avoid the danger.

This skill doesn’t translate well into modern life, however. Now, the only day-to-day dangers we face are jay-walking and speeding in traffic, and yet our brains are constantly searching for dangers to identify and re-live. This is why, when you’re lying in bed about to fall asleep, you might suddenly start replaying all the embarrassing or bad things that happened to you over the day. It’s never the good things that replay automatically, because that’s not evolutionarily valuable.

Before you give up all hope of being able to banish these thoughts, there is good news! Recently a study was conducted at Harvard labs and others, which suggests that the brain’s extreme plasticity (its ability to adapt and perform tasks) enables people to train their brains to new (and more beneficial) habits! This means that we can actually make our brains work for us, provided we give them a little training at first. If we make a habit of thinking positively when those negative replays come on, the brain’s plasticity makes it easier and easier to do so each time. Soon the habit is effortless, and instead of falling asleep to a replay of your disappointments and fears, you can be rewatching all the moments that make you happy! Of course it takes work, but so does every habit!

Kristen Wiig’s Surprise Lady Is Bursting With Excitement In Hilarious ‘SNL’ Skit

Saturday Night Live has been a television landmark for over 40 years, featuring many comedians over the years who have launched their celebrity careers thanks to the show. Throughout the 40 years SNL has been on the air, they’ve managed to recruit and cast some of the best and brightest comedians for literal generations. This is exactly why past cast members make some of the best hosts.

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When Kristen Wiig came back to host the sketch comedy show this past weekend, she did not disappoint. From the hilarious trailers leading up to the show, to the sketches themselves, Wiig took us back to the SNL days of 2005-2012, when she was a cast member.

One of the best parts of having past cast members come back to host their old stomping grounds is getting one last chance to see them reprise some of their most loved characters that they used to play. When Wiig came back to play Sue the Surprise Lady, fans were delighted.

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Sue the Surprise Lady features Wiig in a iconic colorblock sweater, and a TON of over excitement. When Sue learns her family is surprising her sister with the return of their deployed brother, she can’t contain herself!