Via: TXStreetfights TV
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In this case, the headline manages to pay forward necessary justice to the ludicrous insanity of this streetside 'altercation.' Not so sure on the context of this poorly-clothed meltdown, but I'll take a gander and assume there was a supple amount of auto-get-triggered-tequila-shooters, and/or other judgment-blinding substances ingested, before one chick swooped in on her friend's eye candy for the evening, or talked shit, or refused to call the Uber XL ride home. 



To make matters more severe the cops try and break up the ferocious catfight by macing the living hell out of the enraged brawlers involved, and even spray them in their lady parts. Yes, you read that right. Unreal. 



One viewer goes so far as to point out, "Can we take a moment to appreciate the cinematics in this thing? This has to be the best camera work i've ever seen film a street fight." Gotta say I agree. Are there awards for street fights that make us as viewers reassess what rock bottom looks like, or what? There should be. 

Everyone hates a plot hole. They pull you out of the movie and allow you to justify being a total dick to your friends who say, "I thought it was pretty good." 

Ugh. Those idiots. Don't they realize that it would be super hard for Batman to get from the middle east to Gotham in just a few weeks! 

Anyway, these brave movie critics are looking at some of the biggest plot holes in movies, games, whatever! Because "it's just a movie" is never enough for them. 

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Via: B2 Channel
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Well well, look at what we have here. I thought this crazy kind of morally devoid behavior was reserved for the vile, syrup-soaked confines of the nearest Waffle House establishment --- a place I might add that serves up World Star Hip Hop beatdowns with the Eggs Benedict dinner special. Can't beat that kind of customer service right? Granted, this footage is no more than a display of a couple of looney lovebirds higher off horniness for one another than Jesse Pinkman fresh off a Blue Crystal bender.

See for yourself. In this case, thank god for censorship. 

Let's face it. Some people are just straight up dumb. These kinds of people utterly fail to comprehend what most of us consider to be common sense or knowledge. 

When these people decide to take on social media it's a sight to behold for sure. 

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Via: @casspa
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It can't be easy to send an email. In between all the pressures of modern life, who has time to actually look at the picture you've attached and read the email that you just composed, especially when it's something important like Valentine's Day. That's rough.

We're not totally sure if this dude ever found out that this happened, but he accidentally sent a picture of some really inappropriate cookies to his office to encourage them to bring something for a Valentine's Day party. Ew, boy. That's embarrassing.

How are you going to explain "You need to trim," "Your dick smells weird," and "Your mustache is stupid" to Fred from HR. Everyone knows that mustachioed moron has an overgrown pubic region and really smelly dick. 

Take a seat, Kellyanne "Alternative Fact-Bowling Green Massacre" Conway. 

Well, not there. 

Yesterday, as that reality-TV gameshow host met with leaders from historically black colleges and universities, a picture was snapped of Kellyanne Conway kneeling on an Oval Office sofa, as if shoes on the couch is ok. 

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Thankfully, the Internet was there to let her know how things are done in this house. 

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Via: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
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It's been a rough, I don't know, eternity since that reality-TV gameshow host became president. And in that time, we've seen an uptick in hatecrimes, a bunch of unanswered questions about Russia, and a president who thinks "fake news" means "I disagree." 

That's why, last night, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Jon Stewart emerged from his home beneath Colbert's desk to deliver a message to the media on how to deal with all this: Do your jobs. 

It's good to have the old boy back. 

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