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Laurent Aigon, a waiter by trade, built his son a fully-functional flight simulator cockpit for a 737 in his room. The simulator was so accurate and well-made that it's attracted the attention of local pilots who use it for real training!

What's the douchenozzle A-Rod contemplating in this pic? His own profoundly overdeveloped vanity? Maybe he's trying to figure out where it all went wrong. Perhaps sometime when he teed himself up for a good 'ol fashioned meme-inspired whipping. The guy is almost too easy to make fun of at this point in the game, and the fact his self-awareness would seem to be at an all time low, promises the likely prospect we'll be seeing more of these gems pop up. One can hope. 

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The most devastating part about this cheesy ploy to garner some short-lived internet fame is the gross amount of sweet cheese wasted! Like, come on ladies, come on. And naturally people are divided and confused on whether this is some sort of beautiful, glorious living art, or just stomach-turning wastefulness. 

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Bon Appétit invited the wave of mockery on themselves with this one. By asking people to 'not focus on that' they almost ensured a multi-course series of roastings from willing people on Twitter that couldn't help but note the stupidity of this particular foodie trend. 

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If her goal was to ignite a widespread series of hilarious insults, verbal jabs and jests from the Twitter peanut gallery, then she certainly didn't fail. Eagerly awaiting the follow-up response from Jay Cutler himself, cause at this point it's far too late in the roast sesh to take that shit down. He's destined to be at the butt end of a whole lot of jokes for a long time. Guess it was wishful thinking that he was done throwing bad pics

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You'd think with the steady procession of new and somehow more simplified dating apps to the ever thirsty, flirty and ready to mingle singles of the world, it'd get easier. But nah, if anything, the technology at our fingertips has only amplified the struggle. These 54 tweets might unfortunately resonate with you on a deeply relatable level; and if that proves true, you've my condolences. Keep trucking on. There's always the next super like, or non-fumbled Bumble match. Or hell, maybe you'll happen across a beautiful and vaguely normal, dateable prospect in an unplanned, 'in-person' situation. 

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To encourage discussions about race relations in the United States, Starbucks has asked its baristas to write #RaceTogether on coffee cups and engage in serious conversations with customers.

Turns out that’s the last thing people a bunch of disgruntled people want first thing in the morning while waiting for their first jolt of caffeine.

CEO Howard Schultz describes the initiative as “an opportunity to begin to re-examine how we can create a more empathetic and inclusive society – one conversation at a time.”

He organized an internal meeting back in December in which employees shared stories and discussed all the recent shootings and events which inspired protests and riots from Ferguson to New York.

The company held similar forums around the country over the past few months, and now they’ve decided to extend this initiative out to their customers through the “Race Together” initiative.

Despite all the good intentions behind the campaign, it has turned into somewhat of a joke on Twitter.

After the backlash, Starbucks’ senior vice president of communications, Corey duBrowa, eventually deleted his Twitter account, which is not a good sign.

“I was personally attacked through my Twitter account around midnight last night and the tweets represented a distraction from the respectful conversation we are trying to start around Race Together,” he told Business Insider.

Here are some of the responses on Twitter that Starbucks likely did not see coming:

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