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Someone on the internet has declared June 29 as Heterosexual Pride Day.

On this day, just like every other day, a straight man or woman will be able to freely celebrate their sexual orientation without fear of harassment or bullying.

The hashtag #HeterosexualPrideDay has been trending on Twitter all day, and almost as soon as it appeared, the backlash began.

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Do as I say, not as I do kids.

People went on Twitter to sarcastically share all of the reasons they wanted kids. The theme centered around all those incredibly annoying household things your parents forced you to do. You know, all of those inconsequential childhood chores that made ZERO sense at all.

Just remember not to question anything, or you're grounded.

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If you're on Twitter and you're not following @fjamie013 by now, we can't be friends.

James Fridman continues to get requests for Photoshop help and with each request comes an even better Fridman Photoshop. The more vague the request the more incredible the 'shop.

Check out some of his most recent masterpieces.

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Lindsay Lohan really wanted the UK and the EU to stay together you guys. Unfortunately, it seems like she deleted her amazing journalistic endeavor so you'll have to be satisfied with the scraps that we dug up from the internet. Watching the former starlet, who is still kinda clueless about the geography of the UK, become a "voice of reason" to some people is still pretty hilarious.

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Lindsay Lohan wasn't the only one tweeting during the Brexit vote last night. Celebrities across the pond were also getting into the action. Mostly, with the soul purpose to scare the sh*t out of millennials.

The vote passed with 52% and the United Kingdom has officially chucked a deuce to the European Union.

So, how is this going to effect you? Well, according to Twitter, you should probably go to church because the world is DOOMED.

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New York Times best selling author, Kelly Oxford, has 650,000 followers on Twitter. Aside from being an author, screenwriter and blogger, Kelly is the mother of three children.

Recently, Kelly's daughter, Bea, has become the one of the most popular 7-year-olds on social media. Bea's "older than her years personality" is so adorable and impressive that the Internet can't help but fall in love with her.

Bea just gets it.

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Ruth Clemens opened up the Facebook floodgates after posting a rant on H&M's page about her struggle to squeeze into a pair of jeans and medium top.

Once Ruth posted her grievance, it seemed that the entire internet decided to join in and take advantage of the opportunity to complain about, well, anything.

H&M did their best ease the tension with generic copy/pasted responses, but the onslaught of complaints was just too much.

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