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Nobody is more proud of British gold medal swimmer Adam Peaty than his grandmother Mavis.

Adam Peaty won gold in the 100 meter breaststroke and set a new world record of 57.13 seconds this weekend. And while most grandmas were at home struggling with the remote, Grandma Mavis was gaining thousands of Followers on Twitter.

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One of Twitter's trending "Moments" today is the pint-sized antelope, Dik-Dik. Some people are freaking out because it's the first time they've seen this adorable animal, but most are just using it as an excuse to make the same dick joke.

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Saturday Night star Leslie Jones has resurfaced on Twitter just in time to live-tweet all the action of the 2016 Olympics.

Leslie Jones is taking on every Olympic sport and rooting on team USA with a terrifying passion. Her love of the Olympics has gained the attention of the Internet and has earned her a personal invite from NBC Rio Olympics producer Jim Bell.

We really hope this is not a joke. The Rio Olympics NEED a little Leslie Jones commentary

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To be fair to the person who made the decision that there needed to be 75 lifeguards keeping an eye on the world's best swimmers, concussions and other accidents do happen. That hasn't stopped the internet jokesters from commenting on a picture of a bored looking lifeguard.

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sprite sexism ads Sprite Learned a Brutal Truth After Running a Bafflingly Sexist Ad Campaign
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As soon as this Sprite advertisement was spotted, people started to complain. Why, maybe because instead of saying truths that are #BrutallyRefreshing, as the campaign intended, it really amounted to some cheap jokes that are #BrutallySexist. 

The responses were equal parts "Sprite, you should be ashamed!" and "Did no one in charge of marketing read over this and think that it could be offensive and/or sexist? Really? NO ONE?!?"


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