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In preparation for the anniversary of the 1989 Tianamen Square protests, Chinese censors reportedly blocked several search terms on the country's top microblogging site Sina Weibo, including "1989," "in today," "anniversary" and "big yellow duck." The odd water fowl reference was banned in response to a viral photoshopped version of the iconic 1989 photograph "Tank Man," which Weibo user Weibolg altered by replacing the tanks with superimposed photos of Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's famous Rubber Duck floating sculpture.

New Couple of the Day: Meet Denise, Kermit's New Lover
Via: ABC
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Kermit the Frog has got a new boo.

After Kermit and Miss Piggy announced their split earlier this summer, Kermit told the press that he had a new love in his life. Well, now we finally have a peek at the happy couple.

Meet Denise, Kermit's girlfriend. She's also a pig, but seems to be a bit more chill than Miss Piggy.

As with most things, reactions were mixed on the Internet.

But it doesn't seem like Miss Piggy even cares to notice all of the new attention on Denise.

Via: TMZ
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It's official. Ronda Rousey can't get any more lovable.

The UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion, Pokémon expert and all around badass just accepted a marine's invitation to attend the Marine Ball in December.

Lance Corporal Jarrod Haschert asked the fighter out last week in a video plea that has been viewed nearly five million times on Facebook.

"Yeah, I'll totally go," Rousey told TMZ , as she was cornered in a Whole Foods parking lot. "He needs to find dates for my girls and then we'll all go."

Your move, Haschert.

In other Ronda Rousey news, she made eating Carl's Jr. look like an Olympic sport.

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Praise the hash brown and bacon Gods, McDonald's is serving all-day breakfast!

The company announced today that the over 14,300 U.S. restaurants will serve breakfast at all hours starting Oct. 6.

McDonald's has been testing the idea in select San Diego, Nashville and Mississippi stores for six months, reports The Wall Street Journal.

Several challenges, like installing new equipment and maintaining fast delivery speeds, were brought up as issues. But the company is looking for breakfast to help stop a steady decline in revenue.

The way McDonald's made the announcement was pretty clever. The official McDonald's Twitter account responded to old tweets from customers who asked for all-day breakfast.

Happy dance!

Shannon and Chris Neuman, a couple from Calgary, posted a divorce selfie on Facebook to commemorate their split.

The photo , which was shared on Facebook over 27,000 before appearing to have been deleted, said the exes wanted to do "something extraordinary" and end their marriage "respectfully, thoughtfully and honourably."

And other happy divorced couples are following suit...

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The Internet has wanted hunky actor Idris Elba to play James Bond for a long time.

So when Anthony Horowitz, author of the newest Bond book, said the actor was "too street" to play the iconic character—all Hell broke loose.

"For me, Idris Elba is a bit too rough to play the part. It's not a colour issue. I think he is probably a bit too 'street' for Bond. Is it a question of being suave? Yeah," he told Uproxx.

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Google is making the first major update to the company's logo in 16 years. But the reason is pretty simple.

"Today we're introducing a new logo and identity family that reflects this reality and shows you when the Google magic is working for you, even on the tiniest screens," Google says in a blog post announcing the change.

The company says the original logo and branding were created for a single desktop browser page, and as we all know, mobile is the #future.

The logo will also be interactive.

"For example, new elements like a colorful Google mic help you identify and interact with Google whether you're talking, tapping or typing. Meanwhile, we're bidding adieu to the little blue "g" icon and replacing it with a four-color "G" that matches the logo."

Sound good, Google. Now what is that song that goes "dun, dun, dun dun dun?"

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