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Sassy Response of The Day: Fourth Grader Shows The Meaning of Girl Code on Math Homework
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The power of "Girl Code" is strong.

Fourth grader Maddy Douglas was filling out her math homework when she came up with this super sassy answer to a word problem.

The problem sets up a scenario where a group of 4 high school girls and boys go on different dates with each other. It's one of those awful matching problems where you have to find out who X went on a date with at X time.

Maddy wasn't having it.

"I can't answer this problem because my mom says acoording to girl code you shouldn't date a friends x boyfriend," she proudly wrote down.

Mom Jenn Douglas told The Huffington Post, ""Her teacher laughed at her answer and told her 'Good point.'"

Unfortunate Crop of The Day: Basketball Player is "Getting Loose" on Twitter Today With Chocolate Milk
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Cleveland Cavaliers basketball player Kevin Love is the latest victim of Twitter's unfortunate crop.

The hoopster tweeted out a photo of his chocolate milk today and because of Twitter's uncanny ability to ruin every photo, it looked like he was holding a penis or phallic sex toy.

It also didn't help that he said he was "getting loose." If you know what he means.

He later changed the photo for a better version, but the Internet never forgets.

Photoshop Battle of The Day: A French Guy in His Underwear Attacked Journalists With a Shovel
Via: @afpfr
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Don't mess with the shovel man.

When protestors and journalists rallied on a farm in Audon, a township in southwest France, to stop alleged poaching of protected finches...things got crazy.

As protestors began to destroy bird traps, one angry resident attacked them with a shovel while wearing some pretty snazzy underwear.

And then he became a meme.

Photographer Gaizka Iroz captured the original image, and is a hero to us all.

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The John Lewis department store Christmas advert is a tradition that almost everyone in the UK looks forward to.

This year's sentimental and beautiful ad was no different. Except one man in Virginia definitely wasn't looking forward to its release.

John Lewis, a computer science educator living in America, has the same name as the giant British department store. And every Christmas is a struggle in his Twitter mentions.

Even though it gets annoying every year, he takes it pretty well.

And who wouldn't? This seemingly random guy now has 12.5k followers.

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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!

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