Looking for Laughter? Free, Feel-Good Website Launches with Cute Things Laughing

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Nick Malis launches his newest website, Cute Things™ Laughing, the internet's premier collection of funny videos with laughing things rated for cuteness and merriment. All about laughter, it's sure to join sister site Cute Things Falling Asleep as a viral internet sensation. In just a few weeks, Cute Things Falling Asleep received over a million visitors and major coverage on network television and the internet.

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Nick Malis launches his newest site Cute Things™ Laughing, the internet's best collection of funny videos, laughing things, rated for cuteness and laughter. It's sure to join sister site Cute Things Falling Asleep was a viral internet sensation. In just a few short weeks, the hilarious Cute Things Falling Asleep received over a million visitors and major coverage on network television and the internet. The Huffington Post advises "If you need a daily dose of cute, you can hit up Nick Malis'blog."

The funny video blog, Cute Things Laughing, follows quickly on the success of Malis' first internet sensation, Cute Things Falling Asleep, a stellar collection of puppies, babies and kittens on the verge of nodding off, all rated for cuteness and sleepiness. Malis has rated babies and animals as high as a 5 for merriment and sleepiness, but has yet to rate anything as high as a 5 for cuteness. While the rating scale may have tough standards, Malis' family of Cute Things websites is helping to bring joy and laughter to viewers' lives.

Cute things Falling Asleep has been described as "a sleeper of a web site" by CNN. Started in 2006, it became a viral internet sensation in 2009, garnering over a million hits and international media attention in a few short weeks. Time Magazine says ""Cute things Falling Asleep might be the most adorable time waster since Animal Planet began hosting puppy sporting events." Malis has been interviewed on The Today Show, CNN, the Bonnie Hunt Show and more (see press section of web site for information and links).

About Nick Malis: A Harvard graduate and former editor of The National Lampoon, Nick Malis spends most of his time as a writer and producer for television. His work includes "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "The Biggest Loser," "The Howard Stern Show," and "Mind of Mencia." In addition, he is currently directing a documentary entitled "Fruit Cup" which will be hitting the festival circuit next year.

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