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This impressive project clocked in at around $250k, but I'll be damned if it wasn't worth it. Clearly someone gathered a whole hell of a lot of inspiration from Iron Man

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British Politician's Getting Hilariously Trolled After Failing to Grasp What Hashtag Is On Live TV

Home Secretary Amber Rudd brought on a glorious and unforgiving wave of hilarious trolling after she was quoted on Live TV in her interview saying, "the best people who understand the technology, who understand the necessary hashtags to stop this stuff ever being put up, not just taken down, but ever being put up in the first place are going to be them." Aheeeem. What now? This is the kind of fail-technology moment equivalent to that one time someone implied the internet operates off tubes and shit...

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Helping your parents with their gadgets is a daily grind, and not the kind that helps you get those washboard abs. It's more like the kind of grind where you get phone call after phone call about how their smart phone doesn't work. If it doesn't work, then how are you calling me?

However, there are moments when it all becomes worth it, when a parent makes a power move to remind us that they're just people, too, adorable people. 

Twitter user @conrad1798 uploaded this photo of his mom trying to use WhatsApp, and, man, it's so good. 

Why would she have to encrypt this message anyway?

People on Twitter love this. Probably becuase this is better than getting a voice mail asking the same question. 

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Girl Live-Tweets About Returning Misplaced Phone, Reveals Siri Is an Unreliable Snitch That's Way Too Liberal With Private Info

What a time to be alive: impressively helpful woman finds a lost and homeless iPhone in a cab, proceeds to glean all private deals - whereabouts (address/where car is parked) - from an all too voluntary snitch of a Siri. For real though. Shoutout to Siri for not failing to dispel some intimate details to a total stranger. Imagine if this little live-tweeted tale took a turn down horror movie lane...just saying, suggesting really, that there are certain people out there that you do not want knowing where you live.

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