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Music,Blurred Lines,robin thicke,single topic blog
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The website extends some possible new verses to Robin Thicke's summer jam, Blurred Lines. Click here and listen.

How many times were you able to click 'Next Rhyme'?

cops,gpoy,selfie,single topic blog
Via: Tumblr
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There are no such thing as workplace boundaries when it comes to taking mirror-shot selfies. The "Cop Selfies" Tumblr blog is dedicated to highlighting self-taken Instagram photos of police officers from all over the world looking rather fierce in blue uniforms.

coloring book,hip hop,rap,single topic blog
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Rap Coloring Book is a single topic blog presenting a series of printable coloring exercise worksheets based on photographs of well-known rappers and hip hop artists, curated by Bun B of the southern rap duo UGK and illustrated by Texas-based writer Shea Serrano.



Single Topic Blog of the Day is a new feature series showcasing a variety of Tumblr and Twitter blogs that are regularly updated with pictures or videos that follow a very specifically designated theme or topic.

Romney,election,white people,politics,single topic blog
Via: Tumblr
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November 6 was a devastating day for republicans, as documented in this aptly titled single topic blog White People Mourning Romney.

campaign,election,infographic,politics,single topic blog
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Check out "Binders Full of Burgers," a delicious collection of fast food-themed infographic charts visualizing the stats behind the 2012 U.S. presidential campaigns, such as this comparison of Obama and Romney's campaign spendings (shown left). Created by German artists Lisa Rienermann and Anna Lena schiller who also worked on a similar project for the 2011 Berlin state election with waffles and fruits.

herald sun,facebook,single topic blog
Via: DailyDot
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Ah, the ancient art of drawing dcks on printed things has apparently gone viral on Facebook with two Melbourne coworkers Jeremy Bassett and Dylan Merritt's pet project Drawing Dcks on the Herald Sun. Since its launch back in September, the Facebook page has received more than 124,000 likes and nearly 100 submissions of penis graffiti drawn on Australia's highest-circulating daily newspaper.

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