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image england tube Some American Tried to Make Londoners Interact on the Tube
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People of London were absolutely horrified to see these buttons with the words "Tube chat?" popping up all over the place. The source, according to Mashable, turned out to be a man named Jon Dunne and his wife, both from small towns in America and now living in London. He told them, "I thought it would be way more fun [but] it was sort of brutal." 

No kidding, the response to #tubechat has been hilarious but not very welcoming. 



via @MxJackMonroe, @vodkaboris, @say
shannon, @jonoread, @gdimelow@stevenjmesser

Although, this one isn't a bad idea:



via @corabauer

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It's pretty safe to say this new addition is kind of a troll by NASA on believers in astrology. That doesn't mean this is a FAKE prank. NASA doesn't believe in astrology, they just pointed out a correction


via @NASA

For some people, it's a very confusing development! (Although some are still very secure in knowing their star sign)



via @dsweintraub_, @camerawhitt, @DanielleMNorman@alishasaith@PetitePasserine 

And here's a list of the new signs, if you want to have your world rocked. 


via @FantasyMinds

image facebook prank This Prank Giveaway on Facebook Is a Reminder to Lock Your Computer When Your Family is Around
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This post got SO MANY likes, shares and even some friend requests for Kevin Keenan. The only problem is, he didn't write that post. It looks like a family member got him with the tried and true "write something embarrassing while he walked away with Facebook open on the computer" prank.

Only this time, it really worked well. Kevin had to give an update to let all the people hoping for some free tickets down gently.



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