Channing Tatum hating on a kitten is the best thing you'll see today

WATCH: Channing Tatum Says Hateful Things to a Kitten
How's your day going? Don't even bother answering that yet, because this is about to make it purrrfect.

Last night, Jimmy Kimmel Live! finally gave the world the gift it deserves with a pre-recorded bit titled "Channing Tatum Says 8 Hateful Things to a Kitten." And yes, it's exactly what it sounds like.

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The Hateful Eight, set to hit theaters on December 25th, is Quentin Tarantino's newest spectacular. Last night, Kimmel had the whole cast over to talk about the upcoming film, but one very important person couldn't make it: Channing Tatum, who plays a character named Jody. Luckily, with Kimmel's help, they were able to find a solution. Tatum was so apologetic that he could not appear on the show in-person, that he whipped up a hilarious, pre-recorded segment titled "Channing Tatum Says 8 Hateful Things To A Kitten." Set in a room of pink and fluffy white furniture with a backdrop of hearts and rainbows, Tatum delivers a litany of degrading blows to the kitten's character, while somehow remaining as adorable as the feline itself.

Here's the full video-- fair warning, it's a bit NSFW (he really does NOT hold back on that little fur ball):

Channing Tatum, even when you're telling a kitten it's a "piece of sh--," you can still do no wrong.

To learn more about the movie, watch this interview with director Quentin Tarantino:
Exclusive Interview: Quentin Tarantino Explains That 'The Hateful Eight' Mirrors Today's Headlines

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