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Scorned Women on Twitter Show Their Mean Side With the Vengeful #WasteHisTime2016

Some women on Twitter are participating in a savage plan to get back at all the men who have pretended to be serious about their relationships only to waste their time. Way to start the year off right with #WasteHisTime2016! These vindictive hypothetical Tweets have started a bit of a gender war, with upset men attempting a counter with #WasteHerTime which nearly exclusively features complaints about the original hashtag. Good Internet, good... let the hate flow through you.

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Live Tweet: Son Sneaks Girl Into House, Stepdad Finds Out

This stepdad learned that his son had snuck a girl into the house after hours. What ensues is a hilarious live tweet of the amazed stepdad anticipating all kinds of fallout from his son's sneaky move. It's a bit of a rollercoaster. 

Stepdad realizes that his son snuck a girl into the house after hours, and live tweets the experience | tweet by Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties So, my stepson has girl upstairs his room stayed night and my wife doesn't know yet curious on he plans smuggle her out now whole family is awake and now wait.
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As of today, the Nottinghamshire Police, in the north of England, has dramatically widened its definition for a hate crime to include cat calls and any other bizarre sort of way to "hit on" chicks.

Any woman can now report any unwanted attention to police and it will be treated as a crime.




Seriously, how thirsty are these dudes? Apparently, the thirst is strong enough to get a law passed in order to settle things down.

Police released a statement that any “unwanted or uninvited physical or verbal contact” and ” “unwanted or uninvited sexual advances” will get you BUSTED.


Chief Constable Sue Fish of the Nottinghamshire Police said: “What women face, often on a daily basis, is absolutely unacceptable and can be extremely distressing. Nottinghamshire Police is committed to taking misogynistic hate crime seriously and encourages anyone who is affected by it to contact us without hesitation."