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We're All Deeply Confused By This Horse That Was Photographed Entering a Bus In London

It's not every day you see a horse making moves at entering a double-decker bus in London...or like anywhere for that matter. The horse was photographed by politician Simon Crowcroft while he was out on a road in London. Before mass hysteria set in amongst, well everyone, a TfL Bus Alerts Twitter account was able to try and bring some clarity to the situation.

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Kid Who Reviews London Chicken Shops Made a Spectacular TV Appearance

You've officially made it, dude. Big ups. Seriously though, this kid is already past the 200K subscriber point, and only climbing. When does the press tour start?

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This Hilarious Kid Going Around London Reviewing Chicken Shops Is Just What 2016 Needed

Behold, Le Chicken Shop Connoisseur. This kid was destined for great things, and now he's definitely accomplishing them. What a gig.

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Weirdly Suggestive Statue Unveiled In London Leaves the Internet Very Confused

David Shrigley's new statue, 'Fourth Plinth' has definitely inspired some passionate discussion. That's good right?

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image england tube Some American Tried to Make Londoners Interact on the Tube
Via: MxJackMonroe
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People of London were absolutely horrified to see these buttons with the words "Tube chat?" popping up all over the place. The source, according to Mashable, turned out to be a man named Jon Dunne and his wife, both from small towns in America and now living in London. He told them, "I thought it would be way more fun [but] it was sort of brutal." 

No kidding, the response to #tubechat has been hilarious but not very welcoming. 



via @MxJackMonroe, @vodkaboris, @say
shannon, @jonoread, @gdimelow@stevenjmesser

Although, this one isn't a bad idea:



via @corabauer

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All of the Advertisements in a London Tube Station Were Just Replaced With Pictures of Cats and the Reason Why Is Fantastic

The Citizens Advertising Takeover Service (CATS) just replaced all of the adverts in a London tube station with pictures of cats. Why? "Wouldn't it be great not to worry about the holiday we can't afford, the car we don't need, or the body we don't have? Imagine a world where public spaces made you feel pawsitive." That's why!

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