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Baseball player Bryce Harper was just named National League MVP last week. He also let the entire world know he doesn't want to be a meme.

The trouble with that is he pronounced meme like "meh-may" and thus was turned into a meme.

An interview with Scott Van Pelt on SportsCenter is where the MVP was where the gaf happened.

And a new meh-may was born...

Welcome to the Internet, Bryce.

We are a cruel people.

Facebook Rant of The Day: Man With Unfortunate Name is Sick and Tired of Your Jokes
Via: FOX 5
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Phuc Dat is having one Bich of a day.

A Facebook post by a man named Phuc Dat Bich (pronounced "Phoo Da Bic") is picking up steam. He says his Facebook page has been shut down several times by Facebook because the social media site thinks he has a fake name.

And because it sounds like, well, you know—some curse words.

The post was created back in January, but it's getting more recent attention since an Australian newspaper got wind of it.

Long story short, his name is Phuc Dat Bich.

Bich.

Social Experiment of The Day: How Will Dudes Respond to Unsolicited Vag Pics?
Via: Thrillist
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Kerry Quinn from Thrillist has finally answered the question that everyone wants to know.

Dudes send unsolicited peen pics all the time through dating apps and text messages. So, how would they react if a random v-pic popped up on their screen?

They pretty much love it.

Quinn messaged 40 guys and 37 of them said they wanted to meet after receiving the random vag pic Quinn found on the Internet.

Most were very excited.

And, one guy just sent a pic of his dog.

We live in an exciting world.

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Science is proving what we all expected from the very start.

Obnoxious men who catcall are most likely compensating for something else.

A study published Wednesday finds that monkeys with louder calls used to attract females also tend to have smaller testicles.

The research studied Howler monkeys, the loudest species on the planet with a roar that can be heard three miles away.

"In evolutionary terms, all males strive to have as many offspring as they can, but when it comes to reproduction you can't have everything," lead researcher Jacob Dunn of the University of Cambridge's Division of Biological Anthropology told U.S. News & World Report.

Basically—The louder the howl to attract females, the smaller the balls and less sperm said balls produce.

Science is fun.

Oh My of the Day: George Takei Has Perfect Response For Facebook Troll
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George Takei really sucks—and he's proud of it!

The Star Trek legend and Internet darling had the prefect response this week for a Facebook troll trying to bring him down.

He shared a screenshot of the exchange with the caption: "Sorry, couldn't help myself.‪ #‎Trollololollol‬"

BOOM!

Takei is known for his epic Internet takedowns, so mark this one down as another win for Sulu.

LOL of the Day: Man Finds 'Gun Oil' Personal Lubricant in Walmart Firearm Section
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Make sure you keep your gun oiled—if you know what we mean.

A video posted on Facebook last month is making the rounds, and it will have you on the floor laughing.

Jamie Lee Bracey came across a bottle of 'Gun Oil' lube at a Walmart in Alabama. The bottle was stocked in the firearms section and it caught his eye.

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!!! I couldn't believe this. It was at Florence WalMart, sporting goods section.

Posted by Jamie Lee Bracey on Friday, September 18, 2015

"Apply desired amount to genital areas," he read. "BOOM...they don't event know what they're selling. It's crazy."

That's right. Gun Oil is a personal lubricant popular with gay men. And some poor Walmart employee had no idea what they were doing.

Thank you, Alabama. The jokes just write themselves.

Spider web found that says 'lol'.
Via: io9
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Charlotte is laughing at you.

It's been a weird couple weeks in spider world. It seems like their intelligence has grown at an exponential rate and no one knows where it will end.

Let's recap.

Scientists have discovered spiders that know how to parachute effectively and how to tie up stone in their webs, probably to drop on unsuspecting passerbys.

They've even started joining up by the hundreds of thousands to create masses mega-webs.

And now this.

Spiders have learned to read, then learned to write with their webs, then learned enough to understand the subtlety of Internet slang to throw shade at the world.

Our one savior is the cutest spider ever who we want to have as our Ninja Turtle friend.

Remember him?



At least we are still ahead of them. Facebook said that people aren't really using 'LOL' anymore, instead relying on more nuanced phrases like 'haha' and emojis.

Get with the times, spiders. You haven't caught up to us quite yet.

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