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VIDEO: 'Mouse Vs. Cookie,' A Little Guy's Tale Of Triumph

Is the boss getting on your nerves?

Did somebody leave behind an empty coffee pot again?

Are you angry because this blog has posted another stupid video?

If your day's not going so well or if you just want to take a break, we recommend spending a minute or so watching "Mouse vs. Cookie" (also known as "Mouse vs. Cracker").

It was posted in August and the Russian video's just now starting to accumulate clicks. Gawker thinks " 'Hang In There Kitty' can go ahead and let go: Humanity has found itself a new spirit animal."

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