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When he was unable to lock in the friend request of his crush on Facebook, this desperate dude found her father and tried to network his way into a date. It didn't go well.

Despite being told NO through Dad's endless supply of memes, this illiterate and very thirsty dude never gives up hope.

He gets angry... Very angry... But never gives up hope. How romantic!

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The Internet is rooting for Twitter user @Claremaura and her brother after Clare revealed her brother's master plan to eventually replace every single photo in the house with Steve Buscemi.

Here's a look at his progress so far:

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"I want to be the very best"

22-year-old Nathan Wall warned his mother that there wasn't room for two pokémasters in the house. So, when his 48-year-old mom Sharon asked her son how to get Pokémon GO, Nathan decided to send her on her first Pokémon journey.

Nathan instructed her to bring a coded card to the register of a local Tesco and say 'I want to be the very best.'

She did it.

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If your parents are unfamiliar with Snapchat filters and perhaps a little "thick", it can be quite easy to mess with them.

So, when a child shows up with a square head during a WhatsApp conversation, motherly instincts are sure to kick into gear.

As is the case with Rebecca Owen, a receptionist from Manchester, UK, and her mother, who was certain her daughter's square head was the result of a food allergy (salmon paste) or even drugs.

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parenting trolling image A Dad Trolled His Partner With Increasingly Outrageous Baby Pictures
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This dad posted his trolling text messages on Facebook with this description:

Tough week. Charlie's mum's maternity leave ended. So the person in our house who prevents fires etc. returned to work..

Whilst I found myself looking after our little boy properly on my own.. Its true to say that as Lyns walked out the door that first morning there was quite a few tears, sobbing, and protest-soiling.. but, in my defence, by lunchtime I had calmed down a bit.

Anyway, to alleviate Lyns' concerns about leaving Charlie in the care of a f*ckwit, I promised to keep in touch...
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