A local Pennsylvania news segment on the Wayne County Fair went from zero to adorable when a local boy named Noah Ritter was handed the mic and was so cute that everyone forgot what the news segment was about in the first place.
Lucy Li, just 11 years old and still in sixth grade, teed off for her opening round at the U.S. Women's Open earlier this morning. Li is the youngest golfer to ever qualify for the tournament, and she is also cute as hell.
Dwight Howard or not, this is adorable.
Australia's got its very own pint-sized Khaleesi in 7-year-old Sophie Lester of Queensland, who over Christmas wrote a letter to the national science agency CSIRO asking for a dragon of her own. Both the letter and the agency's response are so cute you're going to feel like passing out.
After reading this, and a seven-year-old Bengals fan's letter to the injured Kevin Huber, I'm starting to think nobody appreciates sports quite like a small child.
It's been a great year for Cutch. His Pirates put together their first winning season in 20 years, he won the NL MVP award, and now he just got engaged on national TV.
The above photo of Rory McIlroy was tweeted by Caroline Wozniacki this morning, further solidifying the pair's hold on the The World's Best Sports Couple title. Honestly, you guys, stop being so cute.
Yes, you have heard the name Monica Wright before, because you have seen Love and Basketball and now it's dawning on you that Kevin Durant is marrying a WNBA player who shares her name with the lead character from a movie about love and basketball and oh my god isn't that so fucking adorable?
The Georgetown Hoyas and Butler Bulldogs each have a pair of adorable bulldog mascots. Today, Georgetown Jack and Georgetown Jack Jr. welcomed Butler Blue 2 and Bulter Blue 3 (Butler Blue 1 is apparently
retired. Sad face.) to their campus for a summit of adorability. That's how we got the picture above, which…
Kids give their stuffed animals crazy names. When I was little, I had a stuffed bunny named "Ted Kennedy." So maybe I shouldn't be too shocked that this young fan, interviewed in Pittsburgh before last night's Pens-Flyers matchup in the Stanley Cup playoffs, has a bear named "Miller Lite." Some shame, though, should…