Twitter users recently shared that their cats like to collect a variety of items that include rocks, hair ties, markers, bras, and feathers, among other items.
"I wish I had a life where not being able to get my ball is the hardest part of my life," one Redditor joked.
"There are reasonable behaviors and bringing a baby to a shisha bar is not one," a Redditor commented.
"Aw, I miss Blockbuster!" a Redditor commented. "Thank you for the nostalgic post while also putting it to the man!"
"I had plans today, but now I gotta make a freaking spreadsheet," one commenter said after viewing the clip.
"I'm about to move into a tiny studio apartment, my cat would love it," one commenter said of the woman's idea.
"If he talks to all women like that, I'm sure that's one of the many reasons women don't talk to him," a Redditor commented.
"You think a teenager who would be willing to steal a supercar would stop to pick up their younger brother from school?" a Redditor asked. "What the f**k?"
"You gotta love this," a Redditor commented. "HOAs just can't stand it when they can't tell everybody what to do and when to do it."
"It's my least favorite thing when people want to nickel and dime but never worry about what they take from you," a TikToker commented.
"Any place that is so anal about paying the staff is a place you should sprint away from and never look back," a Redditor commented.
"My family would have cracked up at that," a Redditor commented. "Aunt needs to mind her own business and stop asking personal questions."
Comments included things like, "This is the cutest thing I have ever seen," and "What a precious baby, thank you for sharing."
"No one who is super tired and forgot to set an alarm would be that mad about missing a walk unless something is happening on that walk," a Redditor commented.
"Imagine being so threatened by someone else's gender preference that you need to buy this item," one Redditor commented.
"There are debt collectors who call relatives of the deceased to pay off their debts when they are not legally obligated to," a Redditor pointed out.
"You probably get bad looks from women because they wouldn't want to be in the position of having to be provided for by someone else," a Redditor commented.
"People overshare for the likes and attention," a Redditor commented. Completely absurd to be using your children like that."
"Do you really expect someone to live their life differently so that you can get an inheritance to travel?" a user commented. "Wow!"
"Every wedding I've been to/a part of where the families spent $5000+ on them have all ended in divorce," a Redditor commented.
"How about instead of participating in the garage sale, I put my whole damn house on the market, Karen?" a Redditor commented.
"I love how you defused the tension with a fart!" a Redditor commented. "And it sounds like it helped your girlfriend too. Keep being supportive of her."
"I have hobbies and passions outside of work, and I'm sure as s*** not giving them up for free," a Redditor commented.
"What I got from that text was, 'I'm pathetic and cannot handle a beautiful woman,'" a TikToker commented.
"That rabbit is the greatest avalanche surfer today," one commenter wrote.
"You've said you're having trouble with feeding. It's not being selfish or unsupportive at all. If anyone's being selfish it's her," a Redditor commented.
"I understand wanting to support your mother, but she's going to be co-dependent on you if you keep allowing her to stomp on boundaries," a Redditor commented.
"You seem more excited sharing the news to us than your own wife, Lol," a Redditor commented on the post.
"Stop trying to put adult connotations on innocent happiness," a Redditor commented. "Sounds like he had fun at his mom's house."
"Y'all think she doing that to get a man, no she doing that for the money," a TikToker commented.