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The Week editor James Harbeck, who happens to be a linguist as well, provides phonetic descriptions of seven annoying sounds that teenagers make.

Hopefully you haven't been there yourself: a victim to the environmentally destructive bullshit pervaded by a supremely sub-par roomie, and ultimately face-to-face with the brutal reality that it's time for someone to move up 'n outta there. To accept that it's been a slice, but your time spent together would be best if no more. Jimmy Fallon asked Twitter to share their best/worst 'time to move' moments, and these are some of the highlights:

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Walmart serves as something of a beacon to the chaotic, unexpected and purely strange instances that are bound to pop up when you have a massive store that caters to all walks of life. I'm not even trying to perpetuate a stereotype, negative or otherwise about Walmart right here; but instead, simply float the glaring reality that some weird, messed up shit transpires within those colosseums of consumerism.

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It’s been a big week for the side of Richard Spencer’s pride, and we're not just talking about his white pride. Hey, oh! No, we're talking about the schadenfreude of everyone seeing you cry on TV. 

First, he was punched in the face when he was trying to talk about his little frog pin. Then, he said, he was “afraid it would be the meme to end all memes,” which it’s becoming.

To cap things off, he tried to troll Aziz embarrassment on Saturday, while Aziz was delivering his SNL monologue. 

via Saturday Night Live

Spencer responded to Aziz's jokes on Twitter with "It seems we really triggered you?"

To which everyone on Twitter responded with, "Everyone saw you cry on TV."

via QuoteTheGuy

Check it out. This is schadenfreude at its best.

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While most of us spent our adolescence torturing Sims by, say, putting them in a swimming pool and taking the ladder away, others simply enjoy the creepy world of these gibberish-talking people simulations.

But The Sims can be a real trip, and @SimsLogic documents that trip.

Give yourself over to the world of the Sims and explore its logic with the best of Sims Logic.

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Last night Johnny Manziel was in attendance for the AFC Championship game to root for Tom Brady and the Patriots. The banter bros teamed up and capitalized on the potential for some solid Twitter trolling when it came to Manziel rooting for the Pats. If there's one thing we learned in the following Tweetfrontation it's that Johnny Manziel is rocking some sweet paper-thin skin when it comes to jests from the peanut gallery.

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This weekend was a weird one.

After having a pretty poor turn out for his inauguration, Trump sent his new White House press secretary to give a weird statement, claiming it "was the largest audience to witness an inauguration, period. Both in person and around the globe.” PolitiFact rated that statement as “Pants on Fire,” while Kellyanne Conway simply called it an “alternative fact,” a new phrase, which means “lie.”

Anyway, when he wasn’t chastising the press for covering the inauguration for what it was, Sean Spicer was spending the last five years in an all out social media war with Dippin’ Dots, the so-called “ice cream of the future.”

From 2010 to 2015, Spicer took to Twitter to take on Big Future Ice Cream to call them what they are: Not the ice cream of the future.

So without further adieu, here are four bizarre tweets from our current White House press secretary:

via @RachelEdelman78

Dippin' Dots has yet to comment, but the Internet has no idea why any of this is happening. Check it out:

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