It's a brave and wildly unpredictable world when you manage to take the headphones off and tune in for a little bit. 

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Money, power and sheer stupidity can drive people to do some pretty insane things. Here's some that insane individuals thought they could get away with buying using the company credit card. 

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Via: WIRED
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Lots of people have medical questions that they're too embarrassed to ask a doctor. So when they feel this way, usually they'll turn to Twitter. Why ask a person who's required by law to keep your record confidential and help you, when you can ask 300 million nobody's on Twitter. 

Well, thankfully some people had that feeling because if they didn't, we wouldn't have this hilarious video. Luckily, a doctor did see these tweet: Dr. Ken from The Hangover and Community. It's his bedside manner, however, that's a little suspect. 

Watch Dr. Ken give his patients some serious sass and basically ask them to go see a doctor in person. 

Skin, it's the largest organ of the body and a truly wonderful thing. It's self healing and prevents various illegal microbes from crossing our borders, but most importantly it keeps all of our insides on the inside so that they don't become our outsides. 

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Kids draw the darndest things. 

Children love to put pencil to paper, but what they come up with rarely looks like it belongs in this world. That's no fault of their own, though. They just don't really know what things look like yet — nor do they have the motor skills for the precision of a true still-life. Kids. 

That hasn't stopped this Instagram user from turning his kid's drawings into something realistic and terrifying. What would a child's drawings look like in the real world? The Instagram Things I Have Drawn has the answer, and it is horrific. 

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