Awww who could resist this face? This is the face that tells you, “It’s just one most video; they’ll be plenty of time to write that paper after.” Of course one cutsy-wutsy puppy video leads to two, and three, ten… and the next thing your know, you’ve wasted half the night watching videos of puppies howling or kittens demanding attention. What is it about these cutsy animal videos that always draws us in? Their innocent faces, their eagerness to please, or maybe it’s those eyes… Whatever the reason, I like may other students, find myself almost every night wasting at least a good chunk of study timewatching cute animal videos on Youtube. Some people love to say that Youtube is little more than a place for meme videos or videos of your pets, and now I see why they say that. It astonishes me how addicting these pet videos can really be. But based on the 69 million and counting views on this video, I don’t think I am the only one suffering from this addiction of animal adorableness. Now you may be wondering: is there a cure for this disease of epic cuteness? After months and months of research, I have found one way to prevent this horrible addiction – X out of your Youtube browser and get on CTools for once!