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Via Dr. Phil
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These two teens landed themselves on Dr. Phil after their videos of contaminating food and mouthwash went viral. They proceed to put on a terrible, cringe-packed performance for Dr. Phil and his audience. Future generations are doomed if this shit keeps up. 

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23 Embarrassed Adults Share Their Cringiest Teenage Phases

What is there to say about being a teenager that we didn't wish we could forget already? Everyone does whatever they think will make them look cool. The problem is, that's hard to do when you don't have any real experiences, skills or personality. Everyone's flying blind. If this isn't enough to give you flashbacks to your blunder years, here are some more cringey high school moments.

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When a couple of city workers were just trying to do their job, and they start to get harassed by a couple of punk kids who insist on pegging them with snowballs, they turn their powerful water cannon on them. Take that you little shits. 

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Here’s my impression of teens: “I think that adults are stupid and don’t understand emojis. They’ll never figure out that I’m using illegal drugs!”

Well, guess what, teens, we’re on to you. Because this Seattle Fox correspondent has cracked the code on your emoji drug operation. Call this video the Rosetta Stone because we know what you mean when you send you flower emojis or eyeball emojis. It means drugs and sex, respectively.

That’s right. We know what’s going on. And don’t try to act like this guy has no idea what he’s talking about and is just kind of winging it on air. He’s a man in a suit. I think he and the cyber experts down at Crime Lab HQ know what’s up.

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About 3 p.m., the caller said his foe had killed his brother and mother, but cops arriving at the Long Beach address found his 17-year-old video game opponent playing "Call of Duty" in his own home, CBS 2 reported.

The perpetrator placed his emergency call using the Internet and could be anywhere across the globe. Investigators are trying to track down the call's origin.