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A witness at the scene observed the damage, and somberly said, “Zoinks.”

Pop, lock, don’t drop it.


I just eat both right up.


Hip Hop Spin Class

Now throw your hands in the air, and wave them like you just do care about your figure.


Some things get better with time. Like Alyssa Milano’s fashion. 


Girlfriend Doesn’t Realize Boyfriend is on Vacation

"Sorry I didn’t return your calls, honey. I was in Europe. What’s your excuse for being a bitch?"

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Jack and the Party Blower

He just party pooped his pants.

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The Adventures of Jim Jong Un and Dennis Rodman

Kim Jong Un is back for a season 2, and this time he’s bringing with him his most trusty sidekick: basketball player Dennis Rodman.

The Worst Person In The World

I hope something terrible happens to her and she has to become the “dishpan hands” model.

Genius Matt Damon Video Shelf

It’s refreshing to know that one deformed puppet can overshadow a career of greatness.

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Et Tu Brute! (Classic)

Beware the Ides of the Kraft!

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Everyday Action Heroes: A Wild West Showdown

Who will come out in front?

Everyone hates the out-of-towner who doesn’t know how to act in NYC. Here are 5 tips that will help you blend in and avoid looking like an ignorant tourist.

1. Eat Smelly Food on the Subway ONLY

REAL New Yawkahs hate nothing more than smelling your food out on the street, so make sure you save your MOST aromatic meals (Indian takeout, vat of kimchee, etc.) for the subway, so the scent is contained! That’s basic NYC Living 101: Be considerate.

2. Walk as Slowly as Possible

During your time in the Big Apple, you’ll need to slow your roll through NY’s groovy grid-iron. That’s because you may be stopped by a canvasser or a comedy show promoter, and it’s considered INCREDIBLY rude not to listen to their pitch in full. Also, always walk slowly on the left and pass people on the right, since oncoming cars can more easily avoid hitting the slow and elderly. It just makes sense if you think about it! Use your brains, guys.

Click to see 3 more: 5 NYC Etiquette Tips That Every REAL New Yorker Already Knows

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