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Unlike other hammocks, the Mega Hammock from Hummingbird Hammocks measures in at 8-feet by 25-feet and has a maximum suspended weight of 1,000 pounds. In other words, it's large enough for the whole family, or three adults. They are all made to order at Hummingbird's Colorado factory, and it takes approximately 2 weeks before each one is shipped out. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Kacy Catanzaro, the first female to make it to the American Ninja Warrior finals.

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Let's face it, not everyday is packed with late breaking news, so sometimes, your local anchors need to dig deep to find something worthy of reporting. Unfortunately, that isn't always the case, and you end up with captions like the one above, of Sal Rizzo who apparently took a picture of a naked guy. Or, a story about a "man killed to death". Continue reading to see them all.

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It's not everyday that you catch a bird sleeping, much less on a $2,000 laptop, but fortunately, this geek captured it all on camera for the internet to see. When times get tough, boring, or just downright nasty, taking a breather and looking at a few pictures like this, just might brighten things up a bit, mood wise. Continue reading to see a dog that makes sure its owner never forgets lunch and lots more.

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Though it may be Monday and the start of a brand new work week, there's no reason why you can't get your mind wrapped around something interesting, rather than drone-like activities. Infinite chocolate bars do not exist in the real world, but just looking at this animation may have you thinking otherwise. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a man turning plastic bottles into something you'd never expect.

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Another week, another batch of strange knockoff products that actually exist and should be avoided at all costs, especially if someone on Craigslist tries to pull a bait and switch at night in a dark parking lot. First up, we have "Deats by Nani", which almost certainly pale in comparison to the real Beats By Dre. Others include: Kic Ker (Kit Kat), Tids (Tide), Michaelsoft Binbows (Microsoft Windows), and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.

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Some of you may have already seen a few texts from superheroes, a popular blog run by comedians Diana McCallum and Andrew Ivimey, but now we've got a fresh batch of messages for your viewing enjoyment. First up, we have Superman and Spider-Man discussing their lives outside of fighting crime and supervillains from around the universe. Continue reading for a few more examples.

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There are some people that just make you scratch your head wondering just how they even managed to get online, like this person asking if July 4th is on the 15th or 16th. Unfortunately, there are many more people who apparently spend more time trying to figure out where the next big sale is going to be rather than brushing up on their history. Continue reading for more people who might not be smart enough for the internet.

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While there probably isn't much use for a "Cash Cannon" in daily life, we could imagine something like this being useful at parties. The company describes it "as a toy that dispenses paper items in a rapid but user controlled manner. The preferred item of choice to dispense is of course cash but any item that fits in the loading compartment and out of the slot will work with the device. The Cash Cannon is the first device that performs this function and is simple enough in terms of design to be mass manufactured for the public use." Continue reading for a video of it in-action.

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Believe it or not, this picture, taken on the set of Spielberg's 1993 blockbuster Jurassic Park has made the internet go crazy. First of all, a great number of commenters apparently failed to realize that the triceratops has been extinct for 66 million years ago and that Spielberg, one of the most famous movie makers of all time, is sitting beside a mechanical prop from a movie which has grossed more than $1-billion and won three Academy Awards, says The Daily Mail. Continue reading for a video on 13 questions Jurassic Park left unanswered and for more information.

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Sometimes, life weighs you down to the point where you really don't care what other people think, regardless of how ridiculous the act. For example, watching a blank television in traffic without any visible power source, man riding Segway while talking on his cell phone, the wear a trashbag to class because no available clothes student, running eating guy, and lastly, the person who decided to bring a newly purchased iMac, complete with packaging, to a coffee shop. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an unlikely friendship between a WWII veteran and a 2-year-old toddler.

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