It’s been a dark, bleak few months.
And you know what we need now more than ever? The happy stuff. The good stuff. The stuff that makes us feel BETTER about the world.
SO, let’s do exactly that.
Here’s three bright, smiley stories to lift your mood and make you feel all the Fri-yay feelz.
1. Policewoman donned in bikini takes down pesky thief.
Mikaela Kellner, an off-duty Swedish policewoman, is taking the Internet by storm for her incredible act of heroism… in a bikini.
Having served in the police force for 11 years, Kellner was enjoying a day in the sun with her girlfriends when a pickpocket under the guise of a magazine salesman approached.
It was only after the unusual magazine enthusiast left the group that Kellner’s best friend realised something: her phone had vanished.
But she had nothing to worry about – because her police lady mate is SUPERWOMAN.
En stackars hemlös kille som man kan tro försöker göra rätt för sig. Han säljer tidningar istället för att tjuva!! När vi avböjer att köpa hans tidningar passar han på att stjäla min kompis mobiltelefon!! Väldigt skickligt av honom då han smyger ner sina tidningar över mobilen och får sedan med sig den med lätthet!! Osis för denna kille att han råkade sno av två poliser????????????????!! Mitt första ingripande iklädd bikini under mina 11 år som polis!! Ganska kul och trivsamt måste jag säga ????????! Se upp för ficktjuvar, håll koll på era värdesaker!!
“I just acted on instinct and didn’t think about it so much until after we had pinned him down,” Kellner since told The Local Sweden.
“When I sat there I looked over at our other two friends who are not police officers and realised that it probably looked pretty funny.”
If you’re not already in love with this woman, you will be in 3… 2…
“I would have stepped in no matter what my outfit. Had I been naked I would also have intervened.
“Nothing will stop me.”
2. Gwen Stefani brought an avid fan up on stage after mum wrote about his battle with bullies.
Gwen Stefani was moved by a woman’s sign at her Florida concert on Wednesday night, which thanked the pop queen for creating music which helped her son overcome bullying.