Hillarious Moments Of Jealous People Caught On Camera

These jealous people just happen to be spotted sporting the green with envy look at the wrong moment. The result is a hilarious set of photos that should remind each and everyone that this could happen to any of us.

These Guys Wish They Were In His Shoes.

When Your Friend Catches The Bigger Fish. 

We’ve all been that baby at some point. 

Look How Big They Are!!

When You’re The Third Wheel. 

Having A Dog Works. 

Animals Can Get Jealous Too. 

He Wished He Had Someone To Embrace Like That Guy.

The Cat That’s Green With Envy. 

This Little Girl Isn’t Too Happy.

How To Protect A Relationship. 

This Women Got Caught Glancing At Those Curves. 

Your Love For Cake. 

She Has A Bigger Ice Cream. 

When Puberty Wasn’t Kind To You. 

She’s Making Sure He Doesn’t Get A Peek. 

It’s part of human nature to feel envious – it’s part of you and it’s not going anywhere. Just make sure you don’t get caught on camera with jealousy written all over your face like those people above.


Five baby squirrels tied together by their tails rescued after being found.

Five infant squirrels have been rescued after being found tied together by their tails.

The entanglement is thought to have happened by chance with the giant knot forming as the young greys moved about their nest and each other.

Grass, twigs, and bits of plastic had also become interwoven into the entanglement.

A member of the public discovered the bizarre scene in Wisconsin, in the US, on Wednesday, and took them to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center at the state’s Humane Society – where vets worked to get them free.

“You can imagine how wiggly and unruly (and nippy!) this frightened, distressed ball of squirrelly energy was, so our first step was to anesthetize all five of them at the same time,” officials wrote on Facebook.

With the animals out cold, vets spent 20 minutes unraveling what they called a “Gordian knot” of squirrel and nest material.

“It was impossible to tell whose tail was whose, and we were increasingly concerned because all of them had suffered from varying degrees of tissue damage to their tails caused by circulatory impairment,” the center wrote.

But once loose, it said, the squirrels were left apparently unaffected by the tangle.