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Fruits Of The Web
EXPLAINING THE INTERNET
The finalists include Los Angeles, Washington DC and New York, all of which ritually humiliated themselves in their proposals to win a contract for the corporate giant's HQ2.
An anonymous fan made a version of "The Last Jedi" that removes "Girlz Powah and other silly stuff." In the age of blockbuster cinematic universes, some fans just can't decide if they want to be spoon-fed the same old shit or if they want to make it rotten themselves.
Are the dots oscillating up and down or back and forth? Are they rotating clockwise or counter clockwise? Are they even moving at all? Someone please help us.
Would you like an internet-connected toilet? Or a headset that zaps your brain to make you lose weight? How about a $3,400 bitcoin mining machine that you only get to keep half the profits of?
Now you too can posterize the president simply by mashing your computer's space bar.
Bailey, perhaps better known as "I have no idea what I'm doing dog" or "redneck retriever," sadly passed away around two years ago. Today, the internet gets the rare treat to see into her adorable, meme-filled life.
You can't take everything you see on Twitter seriously.
This is taking the "annoying foreigner" antics to a whole other level.
Why is Jessica Biel's husband giving us a record with two songs named "Breeze Off The Pond" and "Livin' Off The Land" back to back?
Redditor u/mooneyse pulled Google Trends data over the last five years, showing the spikes in search traffic for "cheese" and "kale." They each happen when you'd expect they would.
2017 was absolute butt in so many ways. But luckily we were blessed with a steady vein of special internet content: stuff that was actually wholesome.
It's not quite perfect, but it is unnervingly convincing.
Yes. It is what you think it is. No. It was not a mistake. Announced earlier this week in a press release, the folks over at FIDE are very proud of their logo.
To usher in 2018 in the best way, all you'll need is some careful timing.
Last December, internet cartoonist Branson Reese made a pact to release a new comic every day at midnight, no matter what. One year later, he has done that, which is pretty cool. The only catch is his art is really freaking strange, and we mean that in the best way possible.
What if, instead of steadily rising until they kill us, our planet's oceans were slowly draining until they killed us?
Researcher Kohske Takahashi calls it the "curvature blindness illusion" and it's very trippy.
YouTube pranksters are, in general, a bit dumb, and British YouTuber Jay Swingler recently took things to new levels of "are you serious?"
While we appreciate a righteous, pro-net neutrality burn, we feel compelled to point out that Ron Swanson would probably advocate for getting rid of every single government regulation ever brought into existence.
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