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Sometimes, everyone needs to step away from social media for a while, but these people may need an extended break, as it seems like anything and everything that comes to their mind gets posted. Whether it be asking what "IDK" means instead of searching, or misspelling happiness, you'll find it in these status updates. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of what happens when glow-in-the-dark stickman suits meets trick shots at night.

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Facebook Fail User

So, you just heard from a friend on Facebook that using a microwave to charge the iPhone 6 actually worked. Now if you decided to try this without looking up forum threads online that say it's just a prank, taking a break from the social media network should be at the top of your list, rather than posting a picture of a toasted handset. Continue reading for more people who definitely should not be using Facebook.

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Funny Facebook Baby

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Toddlers may not have a lot of coherent conversations, or at least ones that adults can understand, but if they somehow knew how to form coherent messages, this is what their Facebook conversations might look like. There would also be the random friend adding and page liking. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a kindergartener who might be a few reading levels above the curve.

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Fake Vacation Facebook

Zilla van den Born, a 25-year-old from The Netherlands, decided to trick her friends and family into thinking that she was on a five-week vacation in South-East Asia, when, in reality, she was at home in Amsterdam the whole time, uploading what appeared to be authentic holiday photographs onto Facebook. This was all for a University project in which she wanted to show how social media messages and photographs are not accurate indicators of real life. "I did this to show people that we filter and manipulate what we show on social media. Thereby we create an online ideal world which reality can no longer meet. My goal was to prove how common and easy it is to distort reality," says Born. Continue reading for videos showing her fake trip and a reaction video.

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If the characters from Disney's Frozen used Facebook, this is probably what they would talk about, or so this designer thinks. According to Cinema Blend, "There was originally an intro for Kristoff that involved action and climbing with pick axes, mountain man-style but it was cut from the movie. Chris says there was a fun surprise there and it'll be on the DVD. Kristen added that there was a troll song about walking in other people's shoes, 'But it had this romantic music in the middle of it where Anna and Kristoff literally walked in each other's shoes and saw how each other saw the world. But it had a lot of lyrics about foot fungus.'" Click here to view the first image in this week's funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the Aladdin Broadway cast.

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Photo credit: Bored Panda / Hector Janse / Reddit

Hector Janse van Rensburg, a UK-based artist, felt a bit down after being rejected by his first choice university. So, he decided to choose random Facebook profile photos and turn the people depicted in them into sloths. This paved a very quick path to internet stardom, so much so that even Mark Zuckberg got word of these paintings and "liked" a few of them. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a big sister that just doesn't want her baby brother to grow up.

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Sure, these characters might all be fictional, but if Facebook did exist in their world, here are a few strange conversations that might take place. There's everything from bad puns to Captain America discovering popular music in today's world. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Morgan Freeman talking after inhaling helium.

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What do Facebook and pop culture have in common? If seeing countless news items in your feed isn't proof enough that they go hand in hand, this Facebook user will definitely make you think so. They include scenes and characters from Game of Thrones, Adventure Time, as well as Jurassic Park. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an Indian man carrying a motorcycle up to the top of a bus in the most unexpected way.

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Whether if they have their own practice or just work at a local hospital, doctors come across dozens of patients each week (at least) and there are bound to be a few strange ones that walk in. For example, this doctor noticed diabetes on his patient chart and asked if she had any medical conditions...the response above ensued. Continue reading for more.

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Nicholas Wig just might be the dumbest criminal yet, as police didn't have to work hard at all to catch this man who broke into a Minnesota house. Wig forgot to log out of Facebook after checking his profile on the homeowner's computer and then proceeded to agree to meet up with homeowner James Wood in an effort to get back wet clothes he'd left behind. Continue reading for the news report and more information.

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