Kitten Hugs Himalayan Salt Lamp For Extra Warmth

December 22, 2016

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This is a short video of young kitten Selenite hugging a Himalayan salt lamp for extra warmth and spiritual powers. Himalayan salt lamps (the majority of which are made from salts mined from Poland or Iran then colored) are allegedly supposed to clean the air, provide numerous medical benefits, emit ions, release positive energy waves, and neutralize electromagnetic radiation, none of which have been proven. Still, they do produce a nice warm glow, don't they? We can all agree they do that. And what more can you really expect from a lamp? I've never asked a lamp to solve any of my problems before besides it's dark and I want to be able to see. The only kind of lamp you CAN ask to solve problems is magic and has a genie inside, and there's still no guarantee because that genie is 100% gonna try to f*ck you over as hard as he can.

Keep going for the video while I pet my dog and call her a cat to confuse her.

Thanks again to SoT, who still reads under the covers with a flashlight just like the good old days.

  • The_Wretched

    "none of which have been proven" "All of which are bullpucky"

  • ecafsub

    I'd like to see temp measurements with the light off and on. Most of those lamps come with a puny 4-watt bulb that isn't going to generate enough heat to get thru a chunk of salt. That's not to say the bulb couldn't be replaced with something beefier, like a 15-watt.

  • Bubbubsky

    No creature on this earth exhibits comfortable bliss while being warm and/or sleeping like a feline.

  • Beanhimself

    You know what else emits a warm glow and positive ions? Bug Zappers that's what.

  • Jenness

    How cold is in there? Geez lady turn up the heat!

  • Ollie Williams

    Exactly what I was thinking.

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