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Adults Recreate Childhood Photos

Photo credit: Reddit

You can find all sorts of web content on Reddit, even people recreating old childhood photos. That's right, they have a sub-Reddit called "Past and Present Pics" where users recreate scenes from the past using many of the same things (clothes, props, etc.) as possible. Above, we have two father and son photos that were probably taken around 20-years apart. Continue reading for more.

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Worst Day Ever

While we don't know the entire back story, this unfortunate person was probably trying to clear a paper jam, but got a little too close to the feeder. Let's just hope co-workers were around to get there in time to cut off what they could before any serious damage to this person. That is just one of the many situations that could turn an already bay day into the worst ever. Continue reading for more examples.

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Random Face Object

You know there's an official term for when people see things in random objects, and it's called pareidolia, or the psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus being perceived as significant. Common examples include seeing images of animals or faces in clouds, the man in the moon or the Moon rabbit, and hearing hidden messages on records when played in reverse. These people managed to spot weird and random faces in everyday things, such as butter. Continue reading for more examples.

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Funny Google

Let's face it, sometimes we want to search for something, but have no idea where to begin. Thanks to Google's search engine algorithm, you could merely type in a description of whatever is on your mind, like a movie scene, misspelled lake name, etc., and you'll have at least a page of results. Or, you can just spend hours typing in strange phrases to see what other people have searched for via the Google Search Suggestions that drop down. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a robot that writes just like a human.

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Coffee Cup Animals

Animals may not drink coffee every morning, but some of the tiniest creatures love spending their free time in the cups we use for our morning brew. For example, the dwarf rabbit - caused by the effects of a single dwarfing gene - fits perfectly in a normal-sized coffee cup. On a related note, did you know that the earliest credible evidence of either coffee drinking or knowledge of the coffee tree appears in the middle of the 15th century, in the Sufi Muslim monasteries around Mocha in Yemen? It was here in Arabia that coffee seeds were first roasted and brewed, in a similar way to how it is now prepared. Continue reading for more.

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IKEA Cat Bed

Geeky cat lovers are probably guessing that it's the empty cardboard boxes, but the $20 Duktig doll bed is apparently their favorite piece of IKEA furniture. It's officially a toy bed for children's dolls, but the slot at either end lets them stick their tails out if they want to relax. There are even some rabbits and dogs that are using them now too. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Lost Ring Flyer

These days, more people are more inclined to post things on social media - Craigslist, Reddit, etc. - rather than actual flyers on the street. People who prefer the latter sometimes try to mix things up with pointless flyers designed to make you look twice (like Frodo Baggin's lost ring), or just to film reactions for the next viral YouTube video. Continue reading to see more.

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TLDR Wikipedia

Internet users probably already know that the acronym expression "TLDR" means "too long, didn't read", and that is usually true for Wikipedia articles on everyday things, such as text messaging. As you can see in the example above, a simple misplaced word can lead to a strange discussion to say the least. Fortunately, a TLDR Wikipedia now exists online that summarizes lengthy articles into a single sentence. Continue reading for more.

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Funny Driving Fail

If you thought texting and driving was bad, these people will put them to shame, starting with Mr. Saxophone, who decided to play a tune with either no hands (or one hand) on the wheel. Other strange examples include: playing the trumpet, using a tablet with both hands, having two feet outside the driver's side window, putting a sneaker in your mouth for absolutely no reason, and more. Continue reading to see them all.

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Funny Kids Santa Leter

This is what he wanted, but a direct URL for Santa would have to suffice, rather than just a simple name or description. Yes, it's a transforming, remote-controlled 4 x 4 killer whale car that can "drive over rocks and dirt on land and then 'morph' onto water." There are many other funny and geeky kids who know what they want in life, and we've rounded up a few of them for your viewing enjoyment. Continue reading to see them all.

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