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The Best Infographics Of The Week (8 Posts)

If you're a collector of factoids in the format of picture-based reference guides, we have just the thing for you. Here's a bunch of fresh memes from r/coolguides to refresh your collection of weird bits of information you didn't know you needed (but might come in very handy one day). Check out last week's collection too.

top infographics, cool, interesting | Penguin - Stay Safe On lce, Walk Like Penguin WALK ON ICE Normally walk, our legs' ability support our weight is split mid-stride walk on ice, keep center gravity over front leg. Z Walking this way on ice forces each leg support weight body at an angle is not perpendicular surface ice, resulting nasty fall. s nt 2 One animal has figured this out is penguin. Think yourself as penguin and be all right. obkue anglesresty tal 2 WRONG WAY RIGHT WAY
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Interesting Pics And Vids To Add Enrichment For Your Enclosure

Sometimes you need to be engaged beyond the norm of what the internet has to offer. You need an extra umph. You need r/interestingasfuck, the place for everything that is a bit more intriguing and engaging than just regular pictures. If you need to let your brain do something other than crunch numbers and write endless reports, these incredibly interesting pictures will have you gazing for hours.

interesting intriguing and curious videos photos pics and pictures awesome wow today i learned art graffiti history | Posted by u/Wolfdijon 6 days ago 10 2710 39 6 More Ir/ALL This bald eagle few years apart, showing difference between juvenile and sub-adult plumage
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24 Shower Thoughts For Deep Thinkers

What's a 'shower thought?' It's a fleeting morsel of wisdom that pops into your brain out of nowhere when you're doing something meditative, like showering or trying to fall asleep. Doing an activity that clears the head is kind of like making room for all the delightful randomness your brain is capable of. r/Showerthoughts is one of the best places to consume these clever ideas in bulk, and we've gathered a handful of the sub's latest highlights. Enjoy these thoughts that might cause your brain to do a double take.

shower thoughts, funny comments, deep thoughts, reddit, top comments, interesting, funny | u/AJTangney main reason why music older generations seems better is because garbage is forgotten about | u/mustystache SPOILER Sometimes "Spoiler Alerts" are spoilers.
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The Best History Memes Of The Week (14 Memes)

History is always repeating itself. But you know what isn't repeating? These brand new history memes from r/historymemes. If you think you've seen it all, wait till you see these babies. You'll be laughing about history in a whole new way. And here are some fresh history memes from last week to keep you going.  

historical memes, interesting memes, history | Building - Winter Rome Spring Rome Summer Rome Fall Rome 123R
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Some of the Great Trollings of History

People have been around for long enough that prankery, shenanigans and cons have enjoyed a great heyday. Pranks and trickery are nothing new, and it's a breath of fresh air to learn that governments, generals, and famous historical figures totally messed with people. For some extra history, here are some history memes that are technically educational. For extra shenanigans, here are some mad lads who played by their own rules.

funny trolling history moments | danielokane 17.2k points 20 hours ago 3 3 3 3 Mozart didn't like this singer so much he 2 wrote piece her with high and low notes constantly because he noticed she hit low notes her chin went her chest and she hit high notes her head would fling back. So like she bobbing like chicken
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The Best Infographics Of The Week (10 Posts)

If you're the kind of person who likes to collect random facts and bits of information, we have just the thing for you. Here are our latest memes from r/coolguides, which has picture-based reference guides for pretty much anything and everything. Here are last week's memes too.

infographics guides, cool graphs, interesting info | Outerwear - macaroon [mah-kə-ROON Coconut-based: made with shredded coconut, egg whites and sugar Easy make Crunchy and chewy texture Macaroon or macaron? let's clear this up once and all! macaron [mah-kə-ROHN Almond-based: made with almond flour, egg whites and sugar Difficult make Delicate meringue texture Macron [mak-ROHN President France CULTURETRIP.COM
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The Best Infographics To Keep You Busy

In the mood to do some productive scrolling? Learn some facts while switching off your brain? We have the perfect thing for you. Here are the latest memes from r/coolguides, which are a bunch of picture-based reference guides that will educate and entertain you. That sounds pretty great. Don't forget to see our guides from last week for more hilarious factoids.

top weekly infographics guides | Animal - Dynamic Tripod Dynamic Quadrupod Lateral Tripod Lateral Quadrupod There are actually legit names all these types pencil grips. f MyWholeLifeWasALie
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Fun and Frustration with The English Language

The English language has some confusing peculiarities to it that result in English struggles, but heck, most languages have some phonetic and semantic weirdness winding through them. And English isn't the only strange language. Here's a post defending the English language and how it's not the only weird language out there.

Funny and interesting English language moments | ace-nyctophyle any noun can become verb if don't care enough yupokaysuremhm This point is invalid unless use an example sentence ace-nyctophyle CAN SENTENCE WANT THANK yupokaysuremhm BEAUTIFUL mysterytinyfox see thats why love english ailithnight like velociraptor around my house at 2 morning. ace-nyctophyle GOOD not--be--tea-but-brit My headache makes want clothesline into wall enquires-state-building why do these make some semblance sense 9
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Things That Are Way Newer Than People Think

Life looks a lot different now than it did even twenty or thirty years ago. As recently as fifty years ago, even scientists had a hugely different idea of how the world worked. And a hundred years ago? Screw that, no one wants to live in a world without functioning toilet paper or high fives. On the flipside, there's also tons of stuff that's way older than people think.

ideas and things that haven't been around for as long as people think | BetterThanHorus 40.1k points 13 hours ago 2 e 32 Hallways weren't widely used until 1800s. Rooms would just open into next room
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Tumblr Thread: Octopuses Are Clever Brain Lords

This quick and informative collection of Tumblr posts shines some light on the fascinating, slimy, intellectual behemoths that are the octopuses of this world. Basically, you better be ready for some eerie and deeply unsettling trickery if you're going to be a security guard at an aquarium that houses octopuses. And you better make sure that there are no bad shrimp in the batches that you're feeding them. 

Check out some more gold from Tumblr with this thread about customers' mythically powerful coffee orders.

A funny Tumblr thread about how insane octopi are | tilthat TIL Marine biologists are claiming there is rare instance non-human warfare happening between octopuses waters off coast Australia octopuses are fighting large groups over territory and even using projectiles such as seashells spit at enemies. via reddit.com pain-and-missouri Octopi are intense bransrath prefer octopedes celticpyro “Animals don't go war because they're cinnamon rolls unlike ebil humans uwu" Check-fucking-mate Linda,
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People That Love Their Jobs

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the people that genuinely love their jobs. As it turns out, some folks are actually lucky enough to find themselves with a career opportunity that doesn't feel like work at all. It can be done. And if you ever find yourself in that kind of position, just hold on for dear life. And if you're not, maybe some of these gigs will give you new ideas about a career shift. 

An AskReddit thread about people that actually love their jobs | jarofherb 11h get paid an excessive amount deliver excessively priced appliances extremely excessively well funded occupants Lake Tahoe. Like 90 job is just going on an amazing drive.
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Things That Grew Classier Over Time

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about various things that grew classier over time. Definitely had no idea that lobsters were commonly fed to prisoners back in the day, and had a reputation for being the cockroaches of the sea. 

An AskReddit thread about things that grew classier over time | jasenzero1 Eating lobster. Used be so abundant fed prisoners. VillyD known as cockroach sea
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Twitter Thread: Chuck E. Cheese Worker Conducts Behavioral Study Using Arcade Games

While Chuck E. Cheese has gotten attention for filing bankruptcy and for their sneaky Pasqually's Pizza debacle, we think this Twitter thread involving the chain is far more interesting. Twitter user @Professor_Palmer took to the social media site to announce that for the past few weeks he's been conducting secret behavioral studies on unsuspecting Chuck E. Cheese game players. The experiments are rather simple, and involve adjusting the use of lights and sound in an attempt to better understand what draws people to - or away from - arcade games. The results? Human beings are really, really, easily manipulated. While this isn't the most shocking insight on our kind, seeing Cary Palmer spell it out in such a fun (and thorough) way has been incredibly informative. And very entertaining. 

Fascinating and informative twitter thread from chuck e. cheese employee who conducted behavioral study using sounds and lights in games to see what people respond to | Professor_Palmer @CaryPalmerr The last few weeks I've begun conducting my own behavioral study in secret. I have been adjusting games at Chuck E Cheese and recording the subconscious response of guest interaction over the week. I've discovered some pretty interesting things. A long thread | This is the game that made me start
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Chuck E. Cheese Experiment Reveals Human Nature

Human beings are peculiar creatures with a strange set of rules. We catch onto trends quickly, but can be easily swayed by minor changes in our environment, especially when it has to do with getting tickets we could trade in for cheap, horrible prizes. Here's a teacher who underestimated their students during a social experiment.

Chuck E Cheese pizza arcade runs a social experiment that reveals startling facts about human nature | Professor_Palmer @CaryPalmerr last few weeks begun conducting my own behavioral study secret have been adjusting games at Chuck E Cheese and recording subconscious response guest interaction over week discovered some pretty interesting things long thread
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History Memes to Feel Smart About

Does knowing one or two facts about a particular battle actually make anyone that much more aware? Maybe a little. It's hard to tell. What knowing that historical context does do however, is set one up for some sweet memes that use all of history as a great well of inside jokes. For an interesting history thread, here's a tumblr thread about how mundane people are important to history.

funny history memes | Vikings after finding out monasteries are filled with gold and people can't fight
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