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Sometimes people let rage the best of their better senses, and they decide to flush their careers down the toilet. This is one of those times. Well done, man, you didn't fail to leave us thoroughly impressed. Poetic touch with the toilet paper. 

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JaVale McGee, center for the Golden State Warriors is the regular target of Shaq when it comes to getting roasted, toasted, and stomped on for all the public eye to see (thank goodness for us). You could know next to nothing/not care at all about NBA basketball, and you'll still get a kick out of the big man igniting the rage of Mr. JaVale McGee in the following Twitter exchange. Let's just hope JaVale learnt a thing or two about not going toe-to-toe with the comedically-inclined pair of 22's. Yeah, still processing how big Shaq's feet are over here.

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This fitness blog managed to cut out a slice of social media spotlight, and truly, found fleeting relevancy in the worst way possible. If their goal was to get our attention, they definitely didn't fail on that account. One does not address the everyday pizza-loving human on Twitter (a venue already prone to rage-ridden outbursts/tweet reacts); and tell them they shouldn't enjoy their doughy gift of the gods. 

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Nick Robinson — presenter of BBC Radio Four's Today show, committed the grave mistake of announcing Santa isn't real, on a live radio broadcast. The poor dude failed to lend a little thought and deliberation into what he was saying, and who he was talking to; and he felt the burning pains of Twitter-triggered regret shortly after. It was inevitable, unfortunately. There was no scenario involving BBC suggesting that the 'Father of Christmas' was nothing more than well, a 'father', that wouldn't instantly make the hate-juices to flow.

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Last night we witnessed the devastating, rock bottom kind of momentous spectacle that was The Chainsmokers winning their first Grammy Award for their song 'Don't Let Me Down' with Daya. Some people are coolly proposing we're witnessing the mere death of American Pop Culture, so well, that's chill. To make matters even worse, the duo all but paddled up in their douche canoes to unacceptably accept an award on behalf of the late David Bowie. I know right? You've got to be shitting me. Then again we're still pretty fresh into 2017 here, so it wouldn't be right if the shitstorm failed to pervade for a bit longer.

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Via: @AlexHolleyFOX29
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This guy's the missing link to the It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia episode that hasn't happened yet. You know, the one centered on a sweet, summery bus driver with the best of manners that also happens to be inclined to fits of rage when the people don't pay to play? I'd watch that shit.

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This guy went absolute rage mode after getting what shows all signs of a mayonnaise-drowned (legit drowned) shit sandwich. I'm just trying to find his Yelp account now for other reviews he might've penned in the throes of elevated anger.

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