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Twitter Users Share Most Memorable Moments From Last Decade

Various Twitter users are sharing what they believe to be the most memorable moments from the past decade. From things like the unbelievably cute and viral sensation that has been "Baby Yoda" to the Chicago Cubs winning a World Series. It's been a hell of a ride. This is the first glimpse we're getting of people looking back at the last decade. But rest assured, we'll have plenty more lists filled with nostalgia coming your way soon.

A collection of Twitter users share what they think are the most memorable moments from the last decade.
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Clearly there's a little bit of a history between these two. 

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News people have a ton of cues and time spent on live TV, so they're routinely guilty of on-air mistakes. In this case, that mistake was the classic "I so pale."

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Described as vinegar-ey but without reportedly containing any vinegar, Leslie Horton's artichoke dip went horribly wrong. She admitted it, but for some reason still brought it in to share. And they still ate it. And they paid for it. Not a good look.

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Funny and Sad Times Satire Went Way Over People's Heads

Either these people didn't want to get the joke and decided these insane headlines were "fake news" or they thought they were completely true and responded in kind. Makes you feel sad about people's inability to differentiate obvious satire from actual news, but it is pretty funny. Mistaken people don't understand satire kind of a lot.

Times people mistakenly believed satire news.
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Jacob Kittilstad asks viewers to send in ugly mugs for the show. So here's a lot of ugly mugs, really fast.

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Gotta love that mention of "The Next Bill Gates?" It's been over a decade and sadly we haven't heard of Episoft. It's fine and dandy to build your own computer using old parts, and you can't knock them for ambition, but the way he talks about phoenixes rising from ashes is just awesome. You can expect a lot from a slow news day in Maine.

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This mystical unicorn named Ferdinand is not messing around with celebrating Halloween properly. 

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Twitter Users React To "Ok Boomer" Going Viral

A viral audio clip from Tik Tok is to blame for starting this whole "Ok Boomer" movement. Yes, apparently an old dude in a baseball cap made a clip of himself calling out the younger generations for having Peter Pan syndrome, and never wanting to grow up. This resulted in countless angry folks from Generation Z responding with, "Ok Boomer." From there, a movement was born. And apparently there's even some merch in the mix. 

A collection of Twitter users react to "Ok Boomer" phrase about the generation going viral.
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Classic Stupid News Headlines to Start the Day Off Dumb

We're not established journalists, but we think most of us could do a better job than these facepalm inducing headlines. It's too bad so much journalism is online now and can just be edited later. We miss stuff like these magazine layout fails. Sometimes news dumbness is on the reader's side, like these people who didn't understand satire.

Funny news headline fails.
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Funny and Stupid Times Mistaken People Didn't Understand Satire

With the proper context, satire news websites are incredibly enjoyable sources of entertainment. But if you aren't inclined to get the joke, or just have no idea that what you're reading is supposed to be a joke, you can look pretty damn stupid. There are too many instances of times people didn't understand satire.

Stupid people who believed satire.
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Jessica Biel tossing that shade toward NSYNC from way back in the day. She'd "heard of them." Apparently they were cool. 

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Jason Gudasz's car was damaged by a falling wall, and was asked by multiple news networks to retell the story. He cut all of his appearances together into this short humorous video.

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Mr. Broccoli really missed his opportunity to capitalize on having a platform to discuss climate change. Instead we just watch a moron use the platform to roleplay a vegetable. Yikes. 

Via Lisa C
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Maybe it's a weather balloon. Maybe it's a sky jellyfish. Maybe it's surprisingly convincing UFO footage. Too bad it's filmed vertically. Come on people!