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Fourteen People Absolutely Murdering The Tinder Game

Online dating might be wildly unsuccessful and extremely shallow, but it's nothing short of completely entertaining. Whether you're on the app for ego boosts or looking for the love of your life, you're bound to see some hilarious profiles and have some weird and amusing exchanges. Here are some people who really know how to work with their wits. 

Funny tinder bios and conversations.
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10 Of The Pettiest Petty Revenge Cases

We've pulled together 10 of the pettiest petty revenge cases that the folks of Reddit have ever seen, for your viewing pleasure. These revenges are the living, breathing, definition of "petty." We can only imagine how satisfied the petty masterminds behind the petty revenges must've been. 

A collection of petty revenge cases from people on Reddit.
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15 Brutal Roasts That Burned People to Ash

These people willingly submitted themselves to being brutally roasted on /r/roastme and their wishes were granted. 

These are some of the top roasts of the week from the subreddit, neatly condensed into this little thread. 

Brutal roast me's from reddit from people that asked to be roast and got roasted
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10 Information-Packed Maps About Random Things

It turns out that maps are useful for a lot more than geography. These maps give you a whole lot of information you didn't know you needed until now. If you think the world's a pretty interesting place and want to learn more about it, keep on reading. Or head to r/MapPorn for way more maps than you could ever need.

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Top Gifs of the Week - September 1st to 7th

Iiiiits Tiiiime. Time for you to skip scrolling through endless lists and see the best of the best for yourself. We have the best Gifs that Reddit scraped together, and have them all in one place, without having to enter or upvote another repost. So sit back, relax, and just enjoy this weeks best looping images from the internet.

Best gifs of the week in all their glory. From baseball to giant salamanders everything can be found here
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Strongest of the Week - Sept 1st to 7th

Iiiiiit's TIME! The weekly roundup of the best things found around the internet is finally here. If you don't have the time to sort through endless posts to find one engaging one that will peak your interest

The most viral posts of the week all in one place for your perusal and enjoyment
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33 Uber Passengers Share What Drove Them To Give Their Drivers 1/5 Star Ratings

Uber passengers are sharing on a recent AskReddit what led them to give their drivers 1 out of 5 star ratings. The resulting stories are filled with fails and general uncomfortableness. If you're an Uber driver and you find yourself with 1 out of 5 stars, you're likely doing something terribly wrong, or there's a slight chance that your passenger is full of sh*t. 

Uber drivers share what led them to give passengers on AskReddit 1/5 star ratings.
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Last year, John Oliver bought $14.9 million dollars of medical debt for $60,000 on a Last Week Tonight segment. And now the man who was relieved of that debt is speaking out.

On Reddit, user EricHill posted a letter from Last Week Tonight explaining that his debt had been cleared. 



via Reddit

According to Mashable


“Not only had the comedian paid the debt, he also alleviated Eric of having to pay any taxes on his "cancellation of debt" income. That's because the series paid for Eric's debt through "RIP Medical Debt," as a 501(c)(3) charity. Eric's debt was paid off, no strings attached.

“The show cautioned that this was for this medical debt only and not future medical debts.”

So while everyone might not care about John Oliver, John Oliver certainly cares about something.

redditor receives tons of x box nintendo nes classic zelda video game stuff from bill gates on reddit secret santa
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Traditionally the worst part of the holiday gift giving season, Secret Santa generally sends offices around the world into a tizzy. Employees often try and fail to get something for their co-workers that won’t just sit in a drawer somewhere. Alas, any gift purchased from a CVS that stay under the $20 limit are not destined to be anyone’s favorite.

But every now and then you get that person who is willing to break with tradition, spend a little more, and make everyone else in the office feel bad. That person this year was Bill Gates, former richest man in the world and current one of the richest men in the world.

via Seeing Things in a New Light Ford

Gates, who has done these Reddit Secret Santa exchanges for the last few years, seemed to outdo even himself, presenting Reddit user Aerrix with a ton of video game merch, including a Nintendo NES Classic, some Zelda gloves, and an X-Box, which he presumably didn’t even pay for. He’s probably just re-gifting that one.

“Merry Christmas to all yall out there, and to Mr. Gates, who has the biggest heart and REALLY KNOWS HOW TO TREAT A GIRL TO SOME VIDEO GAMES (and video game paraphernalia)! I’m just blown away by his generosity, which went even further than all these gifts because he submitted a donation to code.org in my name to give more students the chance to learn computer science, which is AWESOME because it’s something near and dear to my heart as my husband is a programmer and my brother has a degree in computer science!
Thank you SO SO SO SO SO SO SO SO much Mr. Gates! I’ll never EVAR forget this Christmas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D :D :D”

Reddit does these Secret Santa exchanges based on interests. She smartly picked video games. Check out everything that was waiting for her under the tree:

I won Secret Santa...Bill Gates was my Santa!
reddit user asks why pharmaceutical medicines look like candy
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Let’s be frank: Medicine looks delicious. Whether it’s pain reliever or antacid, it can be hard to not reach for some medicine when that sweet tooth starts acting up.

It begs the question, why is medicine made to look so much like candy?

To illustrate that point, Reddit user Mmnking asks:

Two gingerbread houses - one decorated with confectionary, the other with medication. Which one is which?

Can you choose? The point is, it shouldn’t be this difficult.

Mmmking writes:

“A little bit of backstory - a friend of my mum works in a poisons department at a children's hospital in Sydney. She made this, to be blown up into a poster, but didn't have a good camera other than her phone. She rang up, and I took the photos for her with a nice DSLR. I thought it was pretty interesting, as a ridiculous number of the people I asked couldn't tell which was which, so I figured I'd share it here.”

Point taken. This holiday season, watch what you’re putting in your body!

H/T The Daily Dot

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!

Question of The Day: Bill Murray Debates Fighting a Horse-Sized Duck or 100 Duck-Sized Horses
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How could you not love Bill Murray?

The aging actor has been back in the spotlight recently. His new movie Rock The Kasbah is out, and rumors are swirling that he's dating his co-star Jenny Lewis.

But without a doubt, the most important thing he has done in recent memory is sit down with Reddit to answer a very important question.

Would you rather fight 100 duck-sized horses or one horse-sized duck?

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Reddit of The Day: People Share The Best Unwritten Rules of Life

There are just a few basic unwritten rules to life. We all know them.

Well, Reddit decided to write down these unwritten rules. And a thread discussing this topic has given us the essential guide to human life.

Just follow these 10 rules and you'll be good to go. At least, according to the Internet.

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Vision of The Day: Guy Spend Two Days Watching 'The Simpsons' While on LSD, Makes Profound Revelations
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Redditor doobieschnauzer has seen the light.

After watching The Simpsons and taking the psychedelic drug LSD for two days, he has concluded that the animated series is "the greatest comedy show ever made."

Here are some of the highlights from his trip to sparkly, swirly, bulging Simpsons land.

We are all Bart.

We are all Lisa.

We are all Marge.

We are all Homer.

We are all Maggie.

Far out, dude.

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Reddit of the Day: People Share The Most Messed Up Game of Truth or Dare They've Ever Played

'Truth or Dare' is a right of passage for teens everywhere.

Fortunately for the people of the Internet, 'Truth or Dare' can cause some seriously messed up moments.

Reddit tackled the question of what is the most f*cked up thing that has ever happened during a round of this adolescent game.

And some seriously messed up stuff has happened, you guys.

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Response of The Day: Disabled Veteran Reacts to Nasty Note in Best Way
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An Army veteran's response to a note left on his car is making the rounds on Reddit.

After parking in a disabled parking spot, one disgruntled passerby had some brain vomit they decided to put down on paper and place on the windshield.

But they're probably cowering in shame after receiving this response from the vet.

Moral of the story: You can't tell if someone is handicapped by how they "look."