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Things got unintentionally steamy at the London premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2 on Thursday.

While leaning over to kiss co-star Natalie Dormer on the cheek, adorably awkward Jennifer Lawrence planted a big smooch right on Dormer's mouth.

Lawrence did her standard quirky hand waves and apologized.

"We just kissed on camera," Lawrence laughed. "And I liked it."

Mockingjay comes out in theaters Nov. 20.

What Goes Around Comes Around of The Day: Someone is Tweeting Every Page of The Fat Jew's New Book
Via: @updog7
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Josh Ostrovsky, a.k.a. "The Fat Jew," likes to steal jokes.

But one mysterious Twitter account might get the last laugh.

People know Fat Jew from his extremely popular Instagram account where he posts memes and Twitter jokes that he most certainly didn't write himself.

It got him in a lot of trouble with the Internet in August when people started noticing his blatant theft.

Fat Jew's book Money Pizza Respect came out this week. And someone had a great idea. Why not tweet images of every single page?

What comes around goes around, right?

Genius of The Day: This Kid Had The Best Answer Ever to a Simple Math Problem
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This kid is well ahead of the class. He's already discovered sarcasm.

A proud parent posted the hilarious answer on Reddit their student gave when asked to show work on a math problem.

And it is amazing.

The 6-year-old boy answered the math problem correctly. But instead of showing his work (Four dimes is $.40, which is greater than $.30) he drew this amusing stick figure.

"This is why my kid is going places," the boy's mother wrote.

Hold on mom, it looks like you have a genius on your hands!

Fail of The Day: Woman Loses Winning Horse Race After Posting Ticket Barcode on Facebook
Via: Triple M
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Well, that win was short-lived.

A woman identified only as "Chantelle" by an Australian radio station made one very costly mistake after winning $825 on a 100-to-1 horse race bet.

She took a selfie with her ticket and posted it to Facebook. DOH!

To her dismay, someone saw the barcode of the winning ticket in her photo and used it to claim her winnings.

"To the low life who is obviously my friend on Facebook and used my photo to claim our winnings. You're a massive d*ck. You ruined my day," she wrote on Facebook.

She told the radio station that police were able to track where the money was claimed, so she might get some sweet redemption.

But you kind of have to give it to the person who claimed the cash.

That was genius.

Marriage Proposal of The Day: Man Gives Fiancé an Engagement Ring Made From His Wisdom Tooth
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Wisdom teeth are a girl's best friend?

California couple Lucas Unger and Carlee Leifkes think so. Unger used his very own wisdom tooth set into a ring for the couple's Halloween proposal.

The two love birds met at a music festival in Canada earlier this year.

"So incredibly excited to marry my best friend, the man who knows that his wisdom tooth means more to me than a diamond," Leifkes wrote on Facebook.

"We have never been the "traditional couple," why the heck start now?"

Indeed. No need to start now.

Censorship of The Day: London Coffee Shop Forced to Replace Brilliant Yet "Offensive" Sign
Via: Mashable
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A coffee shop in London has been forced to remove a sign displaying the shop's name from outside its building.

But the shop's response was rather cheeky.

The coffee shop was rebranded more than a year ago from the more boring "Bermondsey Street Coffee."

Then the owners received this letter this month from the lawyers of the owners of the building.

Seeing as they had no real choice in the matter, they replaced the sign.

Here's the new sign.

Effective? Yes.

Just as funny? Nah.

History Lesson of The Day: Academic Claims Australians Have Accent Because Settlers Were Always Drunk
Via: The Age
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Have you ever wondered why Australians don't finish the ends of their words and generally sound like they're super chill?

It's because their ancestors were super chill. And super drunk.

Dean Frenkel, a communications expert at Victoria University in Melbourne, claims that early Australian settlers from Britain were big fans of alcohol. So much so, that they developed a slurred accent that lives on today.

"Our forefathers regularly got drunk together and through their frequent interactions unknowingly added an alcoholic slur to our national speech patterns," he wrote in The Age.

"For the past two centuries, from generation to generation, drunken Aussie-speak continues to be taught by sober parents to their children."

He says the average Australian only speaks at two-thirds capacity and with improper articulation.

What does the queen have to say about this lazy approach to language?

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