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Rescued Fox Dog

Todd, who was rescued as a 4-month-old cub, has been raised as a domestic pet by his owner Emma D'Sylva, alongside her dogs Sky and Oakley. So it only makes sense that 11 months later, Todd would begin acting like one. He does things such as sleep in a kennel, go for daily walks, and even wags its tail when it's meal time. D'Sylva says: "He tries to do what the dogs do but I can't let him off the lead because he's deaf so I can't shout him to come back." Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional informstion.

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How the World Works

Just when you thought your day was going down the drain, this person who decided to drive straight into a lake before unhitching their boat shows up. If you haven't figured it out already, they were supposed to back into the lake before attempting to unhitch the water vessel. Unfortunately, things only go downhill from there, since many people do things that just make you wonder. Continue reading to see them all.

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Funny Movie Logic

Movies are meant to entertain and not make perfect sense. These examples show that sometimes they don't make any sense at all, especially Buzz Lightyear in Toy Story who doesn't thinks he's a toy, but still freezes whenever humans are around. On a related note, did you know that Billy Crystal turned down the role of Buzz Lightyear? He called it the biggest mistake of his career, but fortunately, John Lasseter later gave him the role of Mike Wazowski instead. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video on how to become gluten intolerant.

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Nerdy Jokes

Music geeks know E-Flat as the fourth semitone of the solfege. In fact, the prelude to Richard Wagner's Das Rheingold is a famous piece of drone music that begin with a low E flat and builds to more and more elaborate figurations of the chord of E flat major. It is used in this opera to portray the motion of the river Rhine. However, it's definitely not welcome at this particular bar. Continue reading for more nerdy and geeky jokes.

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Women Live Longer Than Men

According to Tom Perls, founder of the New England Centenarian Study at Boston University, across the industrialized world, women still live 5-10 years longer than men. Among people over 100 years old, approximately 85% are women. However, there are other reason why this is true as well, and it includes men doing plain stupid things, such as using power tools on top of one another rather than on a proper table. Continue reading for more examples.

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Random Gadgets Exist

Remember the first time you logged in to Facebook and encountered the news feed? Well, these elderly internet users might have been overwhelmed with the number of features, especially pages, commenting, adding friends, joining groups, etc. Whether it be chatting with a company directly by posting on their page, or trying to change a misspelled name, you'll find them here. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today.

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Ninja Cats

Ninjas are known for their stealth, secrecy and disguises. The use of disguises is common and well documented, as they came in the form of priests, entertainers, fortune tellers, merchants, ronin, and monks in feudal Japan times. Some legendary abilities purported to be in the province of ninja training include invisibility, walking on water, and control over the natural elements. These cats that you are about to see just might have been ninjas in a past life. Continue reading to see more.

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Batmobile iPhone Case

Carrying around a bulky iPhone case probably isn't the most practical way to go about your day, but for Batman fans, this is definitely a sacrifice worth making. Bandai Japan has the perfect iPhone 6 case modeled after the actual Batmobile, complete with a built-in LED light that projects the Bat-signal onto the wall, pop-out wheels that allow for camera use, and a utility belt that surrounds the home button. Continue reading for more funny and geeky ideas.

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Real-Life Hercule DBZ Character

Hercule, previously known as Mr. Satan, is a flamboyant martial artist that becomes a world renowned hero after the Cell Games. After Goku and his companions stop attending the Tenka'ichi Budōkai, Mr. Satan starts winning them and becomes the reigning champion for many years. During the Cell Games, he attempts to fight Cell, but even after being swatted away, he is given credit for Cell's death by the media. He is soon called a world hero, gaining great wealth and a city named after him. Continue reading to see more people who look just like famous cartoon characters.

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Gold Apple Watch

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Andreessen Horowitz analyst Benedict Evans states that the $10,000-$17,000 Apple Watch exists because it's a form of marketing for Apple. It creates an air of luxury around the rest of the Apple Watch line, setting it apart from the others on the market. He says: "Apple retail is a self-funding marketing operation. So too, perhaps, is the gold watch. Apple might only sell a few tens of thousands, but what impression does it create around the $1,000 watch, or the $350 watch? After all, the luxury goods market is full of companies whose most visible products are extremely expensive, but whose revenue really comes from makeup, perfume and accessories." Continue reading to see College Humor's take.

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