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Think of birthdays. They’re pretty happy occasions, right?

Now think of dogs - some of the world’s most gleeful creatures

Feeling good yet? well that’s nothing compared to how happy you’ll feel in about a second when you lay your eyes on this picture:

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That’s right - it’s a motherfucking dog birthday party!

We don’t actually have anything to add. We just really wanted to show you this picture to cheer you up, because we like you, you know.

You wellbeing is important to us, so we think that you should actually spend at least thirty seconds looking at this picture. Go on. You know you want to.

It’s the dopey grin on the one second from right that makes it.

Finished #reading: The Bluffer’s Guide to Cycling, by Rob Ainsley. 
Great fun, like most of the Bluffer’s Guide series: a well-balanced mixture of humour and genuine information/insight. As I mentioned earlier, the chapter on “buying a bike” is highly recommended for anyone planning on buying one (especially if you’re thinking of buying a mountain bike for riding to the shops). And the advice on flossing wiping your chain justifies the price on its own. 
As the final page says, after reading this book: 

you will almost certainly know more than 99% of the rest of the human race about what it involves, how it can be good for your health, how it can be bad for your health, why cyclists are often misunderstood, and why – on the whole – cycling is generally a good thing (for life, the universe, and everything).

Finished #reading: The Bluffer’s Guide to Cycling, by Rob Ainsley. 

Great fun, like most of the Bluffer’s Guide series: a well-balanced mixture of humour and genuine information/insight. As I mentioned earlier, the chapter on “buying a bike” is highly recommended for anyone planning on buying one (especially if you’re thinking of buying a mountain bike for riding to the shops). And the advice on flossing wiping your chain justifies the price on its own. 

As the final page says, after reading this book: 

you will almost certainly know more than 99% of the rest of the human race about what it involves, how it can be good for your health, how it can be bad for your health, why cyclists are often misunderstood, and why – on the whole – cycling is generally a good thing (for life, the universe, and everything).