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Critics Roll Their Eyes At Trump's Promise Of A "Super-duper Missile"
It's been a big few days for the President who one said he knows the "best words."
/r/Relationships Post Tells The Story Of Beautiful Waffle House Bromance
Do they fight because they love each other?
In Defiance Of Stay-At-Home Orders, Elon Musk Posts Photo Of Sundae From Buca di Beppo
In another bizarre stance against the coronavirus quarantine shutdown, Musk shared a food blogger's 2017 picture from the family-style Italian eatery. What is X Æ A-12? Chopped liver?
C'mon, Why Is CNN's Chris Cillizza Comparing Coronavirus To Leeroy Jenkins?
Time's up. Let's do this. Cillllliiiizzzzzzzaa, Chris.
Internet Collectively Remembers Kim Cattrall's Bizarrely Horny Nintendo DS Ad
She is very worked up over Mario, whose name she pronounces like a woman who has never played a Mario game in her life.
Adele Posts Birthday Pic Showing Drastic Weight Loss, Sparking Yet Another Debate About Weight And Beauty
People are split on if Adele's weight loss is gorgeous, concerning, or none of our business.
Displaying An Astounding Lack Of Self-awareness, Chris Brown Releases A Song Called "She Bumped Her Head"
Evidently, no one in the Chris Brown camp thought this might be a bad look after being arrested for domestic violence.
"Good Morning America" Reporter Forgets Pants, Goes Viral
Despite popular belief: Quarantine doesn't mean you don't need to wear pants.
"Venom" Sequel Gets Title, Release Date, Dunked On
The sequel to one of the silliest blockbusters in years now has a title fitting of the franchise: Venom: Let There Be Carnage
Twitter Dunks On NYT Columnist Suggesting "The Age Of Coddling Is Over" For Millennials
Sure, Millennials have lived through several recessions, a global pandemic, climate change and the biggest unemployment spike in American history, but now all that coddling is over, according to David Brooks.