"Dip smarter, not harder," said one commenter on the viral post.
"Just saying. You don't have to be engaged to start planning your wedding," said one commenter on the viral video.
"Your husband backing out of the wedding when it's not the groom's fault isn't fair," wrote one commenter on the viral post.
"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.
"I'm obsessed," said one Reddit user after seeing the adorable images of the eight-week-old kitten.
"Girl you better get your money back," said one commenter on the viral video.
"I love unlikely animal friendships more than anything in the world," said one commenter on the viral video.
"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?"
"While it might seem like a fun prank, it's not fun for the cats," said cat behavior consultant Alice Chau-Ginguene.
"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."
"Not unreasonable," a Mumsnet user commented. "If it was your husband at home, then it's his call, but you're not her mother."
"That look said 'who you talkin' to?'," joked one commenter on the viral video.
"The most epic graduation photo I have ever seen. Galileo would be proud," said one commenter on the viral image.
"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."
"Brb, complaining to my agent that we didn't get a free doggo with our home," joked one commenter on the viral video.
"So single people can't enjoy a nice meal now?" asked one commenter on the viral Reddit post.
Zazu the cat's hilarious antics have been viewed more than 2 million times.
Far from "fighting like cats and dogs," these best friends are barely ever seen apart.
"I think it is weird and not in good taste but for a lot of people, it is ancient history," said one commenter on the viral post.
"Idk man, not enough evidence," joked one commenter on the viral TikTok.
"That cat looks like it has gone through every war in history," wrote one Reddit user.
Natalie Larason shared the incredible image on Reddit, leaving thousands of users in awe.
"One person's trash is another person's treasure," said one Redditor about the discarded painting.
"We wanted to share our lifestyle to prove that you can do van life with cats," explained Chelsea Hill.
Comments included things like, "This is the cutest thing I have ever seen," and "What a precious baby, thank you for sharing."