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Nearly two years after a texting scandal nearly ended his congressional career, Anthony Weiner is in hot water again. Weiner admitted to sending a series of lewd messages and pictures to another woman as soon as last summer - some under the nickname "Carlos Danger" (as if the situation could be no less absurd). Old habits die hard, they say.

Catch up on the history of "Weienrgate" and more breaking news over at Know Your Meme!

Via: HarrietSugarcookie.com
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Adult film star Harriet Sugarcookie (what a damn 'stage' name full of sweetness) up and decided to go around questioning some well-known porn stars about those dirty and depraved thoughts that have raced across the sex-crazed mindscapes of many an individual. They even proceed to do us one better, and dish out some sex tips. 

Via: Robbie Frederick
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Nintendo ever protective of its business, successfully pulled off a banana peel assault mission on a Japanese business that was trying to scrape together some extra yen by simulating the iconic Mario Kart, in real life. If there's one thing the go kart business MariCar likely learned, it's that you don't go to battle with the damn titan of brands. 

fail video iphone explodes
Via: @briannaolivas_
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Remember last year, when the great cellphone war went up in smoke as Samsung phones started blowing up all the time. Well, now, I guess you're dumbass Android-using friend can be all shitty about their phone again because this iPhone blew up too.

Apparently, Brianna bought the phone, and while she suspected it didn't look right, she took it home anyway, assuming that because it wasn't a Samsung phone, there's no chance that it could blow up. However, she was wrong. Dead wrong. Her boyfriend caught the phone smoking and squealing the very next monring, so he dumped it in the bathroom, the only falme retartant room in the house, for safekeeping. Yup, looks like you're going to have another one of those conversations about which phone is better, and you won't be able to get out of it by saying iPhones don't blow up. Get ready to hear about how Galaxy phones are endlessly customizable. However, when you ask what is customizable about it, they tell you something that you would never want to do to your phone.

But we live in a post-iPhone blow up reality, where we have to put up with convsations like that, and there's very little we can do about it. Even the Genius bar can't save you because this phone blew up. 

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Via: @thedeal_5
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Moms. Some say, they don't understand. Some say, they're the reason you're alive. Others say, they know to troll. 

This mom falls into that last category. 

When Westminster College freshman Connor Cox thought that he was getting a carepackage from his mom, it turns out what he was getting a reminder to take the trash out.

Well played, mom. Then he went on the news to talk about how sick his mom is and what a nerd he is. Way to go, mom. 




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Alex Jones is a man who made a career out of making up fairy tales about why homosexuality exist (he thinks "they" are putting chemicals in the water that "turn the friggin' frogs gay." But man is it entertaining to watch him just lose it. 

Of course, most of his freak outs are just guttural sounds because he's a man who bleeds blood, but being the living embodiment of trying to talk after drinking too much milk has its drawbacks. 

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Despite the fact that science pretty much tells us that boys and girls have essentially the same brain functionality, there is a tendency to assume higher intelligence in males than females. Why is this stupid thing still a thing?

As this video from AsapSCIENCE reveals, a phenomenon known as the "Stereotype Threat" is the culprit. This leads parents being 2.5x more likely to Google "Is my son gifted?" than "Is my daughter gifted?" It has to do with socialization and the way we nurture children to go into STEM fields. 

But things are getting better. Check out this video for more. 

Via: jessie 31
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Christmas might be over, as is New Years, Martin Luther Kind Day, and Valentine's Day, but that's not going to stop this lady from trying to get her old ass Christmas tree in the recycle bin. 

Honestly, she's an American hero. Reduce, reuse, recycle, kids. 



Nailed it. 

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