We thought so.

We know mornings can be rough, which is why we're providing a little pick-me-up in the form of re-caps of some of the most viral, heartwarming and just plain hilarious internet hits of every month — plus a video detailing a few morning hacks to boost your a.m. routine. 

Below are a few tidbits of content from March to make your morning that much better.

"BBC dad"’s on-air blooper inspires laughs (and parodies) 

The internet collectively lost its mind over this video clip of a man's two kids adorably video-bombing his on-air appearance. In the midst of a (very serious) interview on the topic of the impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-hye, the interviewee's two kids come comically marching in the room — followed shortly by a distressed woman who quickly removes the children (but not without a bit of a struggle). BBC dad handles the interruption like a champ, somehow managing to keep a (mostly) straight face throughout the whole thing. Read more...

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Raise your hand if you’re the kind of person who is hardly able to see colors in the morning before you have a cup of coffee.

We thought so.

We know mornings can be rough, which is why we’re providing a little pick-me-up in the form of re-caps of some of the most viral, heartwarming and just plain hilarious internet hits of every month — plus a video detailing a few morning hacks to boost your a.m. routine. 

Below are a few tidbits of content from March to make your morning that much better.

“BBC dad”’s on-air blooper inspires laughs (and parodies) 

The internet collectively lost its mind over this video clip of a man’s two kids adorably video-bombing his on-air appearance. In the midst of a (very serious) interview on the topic of the impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-hye, the interviewee’s two kids come comically marching in the room — followed shortly by a distressed woman who quickly removes the children (but not without a bit of a struggle). BBC dad handles the interruption like a champ, somehow managing to keep a (mostly) straight face throughout the whole thing. Read more…

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