Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Feeling Low? eHug It Out at The Nicest Place on the Internet

Posted By on Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 11:23 AM

That man on the left doesnt want to eat you, I swear.
  • http://thenicestplaceontheinter.net
  • That man on the left doesn't want to eat you, I swear.

Not everyone is having the same kind of extremely awesome day that we here at Weekly World Central are having, but that's okay! We sympathize, and offer the kind of solution that only works if you aren't within arms reach of someone who you are okay having physical contact with.

Head over to The Nicest Place on the Internet, and allow the multitude of folks there to cheer you up with all manner of hugs at awkward, chest-level webcam placements. For a bit more about the project of kindness, check out their YouTube video here. And cheer up, friend. We've got all the ehugs you need.

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