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Apr 23
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Great, "wokeness" has ruined Disney World, too, whines fully grown adult man

“Wokeness” gets blamed for a lot of things, such as football being bad, movies being bad, and kids today being bad. It’s a real menace to society, infecting every American ideal with the horrific idea that people should be treated with dignity and respect. Now, “wokeness” is coming from that most hallowed of American

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Apr 23
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Family announces existence of unborn child's penis by setting off 80 pounds of explosives

It’s April, 2021 and “gender reveal parties” are not only still being held but, as a New Hampshire family has very clearly demonstrated, they’re going to continue being held in increasingly destructive forms until the Earth is left desolate following a final party that leaves us all agape at the pink or blue mushroom

Apr 22
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Tired of phony social media stars? These all-too-real sex doll influencers may be for you

Instagram is home to many bizarre and exciting communities. From cosplayers and makeup artists to foodies and big strong guys with big strong muscles, you can find practically anything you want on the social network. However, with every community comes that influencer economy of the most popular members hocking junk

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Apr 21
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Congrats, England: It turns out the London Underground really does have its own special type of mosquito

As the United Kingdom turns away from the rest of Europe, its massively short-sighted nationalists need to continue mustering any point of pride that they can dig up. We’re happy today to present them with a new factoid to add to their bragging rights. As it turns out, the London Underground is home to its very own

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Apr 20
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Woman somehow recalls what it was like to smoke weed for nearly 100 days straight... for science

In celebration of April 20th, the day each year when marijuana plants pop out of their holes to look at their shadows and predict the weather, we wanted to highlight the inspirational story of a Canadian woman who contributed to the science of getting super high getting paid to smoke weed for 98 days straight as part

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