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22 Brutal and Real Tweets About Parenting from Exhausted Celebrities

You don't need to hear it from Ryan Reynolds to know that parenting is hard, but knowing that stars also struggle with raising their kids feels a little bit like...revenge? What can we say, the mental image of Carrie Underwood finishing a child's uneaten plate of nuggets feels pretty cathartic. If you like brutally real jokes about family, then here's some funny marriage tweets.

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Tumblr Regails Bean-Tastic Story of Multimillionaire Artist Who Bought the Rights to Vantablack

It started with a post about all the strange and dumb ways people create facebook events to make fun of a peculiar art installation in Chicago casually referred to as "The Bean." It ended with a tale of millionaires, artist drama, backstabbing, and the fight over the least reflective substance in the world.

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Fail of The Day: Store Pulls 'For Her' Pink Pencils After Online Backlash
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Women need pink pencils. How else are they supposed to write down things like their grocery list and wedding plans? DUH.

That, obviously, sounds ridiculous. But that is the message one blogger thinks UK department store John Lewis was making with their pink "For Her" pencils.

After online backlash, the store told Mashable they would pull the pencils from shelves.

The pencils features sayings like "Girl Boss," "Glamorous" and "Buy The Shoes!"

Writer Hannah Dunleavy had some things to say about them:

Yes indeed, if you are heading to an important meeting, nothing says 'respect me' more than a pink pencil with the words Girl Boss on. I only hope no one makes the mistake of taking the 'Buy The Shoes!' pencil into a meeting and has to leave to go shopping. Can you imagine!

But seriously, women love shoes, don't they? And glitter and bling and smelling roses. It's a wonder we get anything done at all.

On the other hand, some women saw no problem at all with the pink pencils.

To each their own?