Accepted Challenge of the Day

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Accepted Challenge of the Day: A Chinese man in Taizhou tasked with transporting a pair of bumper cars to a local park figured the cheapest way to get them there was to simply get behind the wheel and drive.

When he was inevitably pulled over, the police were forced to let him off with a warning "because the law doesn't stipulate what punishment a bumper car driver should receive."

Traffic Jam of the Day

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Traffic Jam of the Day: Spotted in Auckland during rush hour.

inb4 don't uke and drive.

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Damn Nature U Scary of the Day

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Damn Nature U Scary of the Day: Suddenly, dust devil.

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Lifehack of the Day

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Lifehack of the Day: In Soviet Russia, this is a perfectly safe, very well thought-out approach toward avoiding traffic jams.

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Next-Level Prank of the Day

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Next-Level Prank of the Day: Ah, the old "young Japanese girls turn into old Japanese men" gag. Works every time.

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Innovative Vandalism of the day

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Innovative Vandalism of the day
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Innovative Vandalism of the Day: After initially rejecting their nomination for a government-backed innovation award, controversial Russian art collective Voina have reportedly picked up the 400,000 ruble ($14,200) prize for their gia

Whoopsie Daisy of the Day

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Whoopsie Daisy of the Day
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Whoopsie Daisy of the Day: A 75-year-old woman from a small village north of Tbilisi, Georgia, is being blamed for disconnecting both her country and neighboring Armenia from the Internet.

The woman was allegedly collecting scrap metal near Ksani when she severed a critical fiber-optic cable belonging to the Georgian Railway