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Dan Savage created the It Gets Better project in 2010 to help at-risk LGBT youth. In 2013, Stephen Pankhurst has created the It Gets Worse project to inform people entering the customer service industry that they're about to have their souls ripped from their bodies and then stomped on by deplorable hellspawn.

Customer service: if anybody tells you it gets better, they're a dirty, rotten liar.

These people aren't winning any awards or deriving new formulas or anything, these are just your everyday ordinary geniuses 

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Via: Tocen
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Some people are desperate to break a world record. Very desperate. 

On that list of very desperate people is YouTuber Tocen, who broke the world record of my clicks on a mouse in a single video. If you didn't know that that was a record, shame on you! 

Tocen clicked his mouse one million times in 17 hours. So if you're looking for something boring, monotonous, and oddly therapeutic, try skipping around in this video a little bit. It's fun to watch this guy just clicking away. Click. 

Via: Red Bull
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There's nothing better than a good baseball prank, especially when that no-good rapscallion and Hall of Famer Greg Maddux is involved. 

This century's Dennis the Menace dressed up as a sound guy to trick Chicago Cub Kris Bryant. Man, this is the oldest one in the book, and Bryant fell for it. 

Props to you, Greg Maddux, and another one of your home run goofs. 

Via: ViralHog
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Don't you wish you could throw caution to the wind, hit the roof, and start parkouring around. Me too. I mean, I could do this I just don't want to.

This parkour chase puts you in the driver seat for a death-defying chase on the Moroccan rooftop. 

Here's me doing it: 

via Reddit

Via: First We Feast
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The reasons to love It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia star, Charlie Day are as endless as the TV character's appetite for sniffing glue and self-medicating with whatever bottle's within arm's reach.

The following stress sweat-inducing documentation of Day wrestling the world's most notoriously unforgiving gauntlet of hot chicken wings is the pinnacle of sadistic entertainment, and won't fail to steer you clear of dabbling in any spice foods, for a while.

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