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Strange Hipsters

Technically speaking, a hipster is someone who follows the latest trends and fashions, especially those regarded as being outside the cultural mainstream. However, there is such a thing as going too far, and the people you see above are perfect examples. We understand bringing a typewriter to a local coffee shop doesn't require external power, but taking it inside would probably annoy everyone, due to the clicking noise. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for an incredible viral video showing what Chernobyl looks like today from a drone's view.

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Funny Business Name

We're sure people won't be heading down to Jurassic Pork (if it still exists) for Black Friday deals tomorrow, but you can't deny that it's a funny and / or clever name for a food truck. As you can see, even if your prices aren't the lowest, as long as something sets you apart from the crowd, there are masses of internet users waiting to make you famous. Other examples include: "Surelock Holmes", "Pane in the Glass", "Indiana Bones Temple of Groom", and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.

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Miserable Men of Instagram

Black Friday is nearly upon us! With that said, there are Instagram accounts for just about everything these days, including food, travel, rich kids, and now, miserable men who were dragged shopping. This account specializes in men who've been dragged to the mall / store / etc. against their will, with bored guys holding purses, relaxing or sleeping on sofas, and others simply plopping down on the ground no matter where they happen to be. Continue reading to see a few who aren't looking forward to Black Friday shopping.

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Baby and Sloth

Five-month-old Alia has an unusual best friend, Daisy the sloth. They met when Alia was just two days old, Daisy, three months old, and the duo have been inseparable ever since. Alia's parents, Julia and Jason Heckathorn, say that both of them love to play and take naps together. This family also have a kangaroo called Boomeroo, an anteater called Noche, sugar gliders and a cat called Larry. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Hacking Voting Machine

Clint Curtis is an American attorney, computer programmer and ex-employee of NASA and ExxonMobil. He's known for making a series of whistleblower allegations about his former employer and about Republican Congressman Tom Feeney, including an allegation that in 2000, Feeney and Yang Enterprises requested Curtis's assistance in a scheme to steal votes by inserting fraudulent code into touch screen voting systems. Continue reading for more interesting facts.

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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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Twinkies Minions

The goal of many traditional companies these days is to create an out-of-the-box advertising campaign that turns heads not online in the real world, but online as well. Thanks to social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and more, all it takes is one clever image from a popular user for a product (or company) to go viral in minutes. For example, this Twinkies Minions collaboration worked out perfectly. Continue reading for 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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Jason Brown Football

Jason Brown didn't leave the NFL due to a career-ending journey, but rather a higher-calling, one that did not involve all the fame or luxuries of professional spots. The then 24-year-old Brown signed a $37.5-million, five-year contract with the St. Louis Rams in 2009, making him the highest paid center in the league. After earning more than $25-million, he is now a full-time farmer in Louisburg, North Carolina, where has his very own 1,000-acre farm. Believe it or not, everything he knows about growing crops was learned through YouTube video tutorials. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the coolest flipbooks ever from Japan.

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Video Game Urinal

SEGA may not be in the game console race anymore, but they still have some innovative tricks up their sleeve, including these ToyLet video game-based urinals. Simply put, this game measures the speed and intensity of the male player's water flow at the urinal, and lets them use that to play four video mini-games at the loo. Why would SEGA do something like this? Well, the grand idea was to show adverts after each game and charging companies, such as toilet paper manufacturers, etc., for them. Continue reading for more.

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