Just when I thought I'd seen it all with dating apps, this shit comes to fruition: a dating service intended for likeminded, single Trump supporters ready to swipe right on making dating great again. At least we've a venue that can act as a beacon for the lost, single souls out there bonded through their shared respect, potential adoration for the tangerine-skinned, golden-haired Prez Elect---DJ Trump. "What are your thoughts on the Wall?" Solid conversation starter material right there.

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Before anyone comes to this mathematically challenged mouth-breather's defense, I want, no I need to be the first to say that I too grappled with the numbers game on a very, infuriatingly regular basis. Struggled hard, dude. Not this extreme, but enough to guarantee I'd carve something of a living wrestling the blank page with the written word instead of anything remotely inclusive of the numbers. So this dude has my sympathies, but let's revel in the glaring FAIL.

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Via: The Graham Norton Show
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The personal favorite, obligatory shoutout immediately goes to my man Benedict Cumberbatch. The dude brings it home with his Jar Jar Binks impersonation at the beginning, and manages to set the stage for what's truly a kickass laugh riot. 

For some reason, GQ magazine has declared that JNCOs are back as a way to tell us that men sometimes prefer wide-legged jeans. This hyperbole was somewhat lost on the internet, who proceeded to take them at face value and had a pretty good time at it.

Look, I’m not made of steel, I’ll enjoy a good JNCO roasting. But please, this isn’t an endorsement of JNCOs. If you are wearing JNCOs, remove them immediately because your friends are definitely making fun of you. This Twitter list took a PSA turn real quick.

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Via: BBC Radio 1
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Last year, Ben Affleck was in a little movie called Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, a real film that makes absolutely no sense at any point ever. But out of misery comes joy in the form of a great meme: Sad Affleck.

Ben Affleck says that he’s learned a lot from working on a movie of that size and scope and with that kind of money and technology behind it. But more than anything, he learned not to stare off into the distance during interviews. Why? Because that’s how memes are born.

In this interview with BBC, Affleck responds to the “Sad Affleck” sensation:

“It taught me not to do interviews with Henry Cavill where I don’t say anything and they can lay Simon & Garfunkel tracks over it. That’s one thing I learned.”

From Sad Affleck to Smart Affleck.

Check out the clip above and some sad Affleck below.


Via: The Late Late Show with James Corden
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Can you imagine a news outlet abandoning shadow tactics and deceptive headlining/storytelling for some strange sort of honest high ground, hellbent on proliferating the truth-tellin? Nah, that sounds like madness...

At least we have James Corden (a mildly entertaining late night host with occasional flashes of comedic brilliance) around to show us what that could look like. Kind of.

Via: America's Funniest Home Videos
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My stomach legit aches right now. At some point during this video my man jewels cowered in fear and sought shelter from this violent compilation of pure and unadulterated pain. On the flip side, totally feeling #blessed to not be in any of these. Here's to our fallen comrades and may they all be well on their way to getting if not entirely healed up.

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