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Dog Looks Like She’s Constantly Rolling Eyes
It’s called her resting female-dog face.

Dog Looks Like She’s Constantly Rolling Eyes

It’s called her resting female-dog face.

(Source: reddit.com)

Colorized Dollar Bill 
Art corrupts money.

Colorized Dollar Bill

Art corrupts money.

(Source: reddit.com)

My boss just asked if it was OK to shred colored paper

Infrared Fart
The long awaited sequel to Infrared Burp

Infrared Fart

The long awaited sequel to Infrared Burp

(Source: forgifs.com)

Car Covered in Colored Lights
Who needs a paint job?

Car Covered in Colored Lights

Who needs a paint job?

(Source: wehatecollege)

Marker the Color of “Small Potatoes”
No, this is the color of big potatoes. Can’t you do anything right? 

Marker the Color of “Small Potatoes”

No, this is the color of big potatoes. Can’t you do anything right? 

(Source: College Humor)

"Santa’s Flesh" colored paint
Ho-ho-holy crap, this is creepy.

"Santa’s Flesh" colored paint

Ho-ho-holy crap, this is creepy.

(Source: College Humor)

10 Ways to Make the Internet Better

6. Post Rater-
We’ve already got built-in technology for rating the strength of a  new password, why not add a version of that to Facebook and Twitter?  That way, any time you were about to post something boring, offensive,  or offensively boring, this handy tool would offer up a color-coded  critique.
Here’s how it works: GREEN means you’re good to go, YELLOW means your word choice could be better, ORANGE means you probably said something unintentionally racist, RED means you definitely said something intentionally racist, and BLUE means you mentioned the weather. The best part is that whatever color  rating you receive, no one will really even care or notice because  you’re posting it on the Internet, which is like the digital equivalent  of shouting “sure is hot today!” while walking through an uninhabited  desert.

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10 Ways to Make the Internet Better

6. Post Rater-

We’ve already got built-in technology for rating the strength of a new password, why not add a version of that to Facebook and Twitter? That way, any time you were about to post something boring, offensive, or offensively boring, this handy tool would offer up a color-coded critique.

Here’s how it works: GREEN means you’re good to go, YELLOW means your word choice could be better, ORANGE means you probably said something unintentionally racist, RED means you definitely said something intentionally racist, and BLUE means you mentioned the weather. The best part is that whatever color rating you receive, no one will really even care or notice because you’re posting it on the Internet, which is like the digital equivalent of shouting “sure is hot today!” while walking through an uninhabited desert.

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(Source: College Humor)