Your weekly dose of amazing things from the internet, handpicked by the team at Hardhat, is here
Here's what caught our attention this week:
A photo series of a Japanese grandma and her odd eyed cat. Just what the internet ordered.
This cheeky map shows what each country leads the world in.
A wondrous GIF shows the most popular baby names for girls since 1960.
A tumblr dedicated to the weirdest things you can find on Amazon.
Math proves it. Everything is better with bacon.
How your brain responds to beer versus coffee (infographic).
Words For That. An amazing platform for crowdsourcing words that really should exist.
Dogs shaking off water in super slow motion.
The real faces behind every Disney princess.
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