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It's the weekend and what better way to kick it off than with some pictures that will put a smile on your face, or so we think. Starting off, we have a musician that is slowly, but surely, restoring faith to humanity by going to a local cancer treatment center playing for each and every one of the patients working towards recovery. Continue reading for more awesome examples.

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Playing outside has a different meaning to children today, as these two cried to get some fresh air, but ended up just playing games on their tablet. However, there are other strange everyday things, such as Darth Vader approved C-3PO earbuds, a smaller than life car advertisement, and more that make absolutely no sense. Continue reading to see more funny examples.

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Microsoft Bob was released in March 1995, although it had been widely publicized prior to that date under the codename "Utopia". At one point, Bill Gates's wife Melinda Gates worked as one of the Marketing Managers on the project. Microsoft originally purchased the domain name bob.com from Boston-area techie Bob Antia, but later traded it to Bob Kerstein for the windows2000.com domain name. Continue reading for more fascinating facts you probably didn't know about.

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Another day, another new sub-Reddit. This time, it falls under the "oddly satisfying" category, or in other words, everyday things, such as placing Tetris-inspired tater tots perfectly on a baking pan, that bring you pure joy. Other examples include: a truck bed filled with fitted boxes, February 2015 on a calendar, and even a glass that was made exactly for one can of Coca-Cola. Continue reading to see them all.

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Some people are better left conversing with people in real-life, as they clearly do not know how to use the internet. For example, this person went straight to Twitter after watching the movie "8 Mile", making a remark that the main actor looks just like Eminem. However, a quick Google Search or visit to IMDB would reveal just that. Continue reading for twelve more people who definitely shouldn't be using Twitter.

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You've probably seen a few social experiments on the internet, but this happened at a real seminar. Basically, 50 attendees were asked to write their name on a balloon, all of which were then placed in a room. Next, they were asked to enter that room and find the balloon with their name on it - chaos ensued. So, they were told to grab a random balloon and give it back to the right person by looking at their name tag. Happiness is all around you, but some forms require a different perspective on things. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an optical illusion that will blow your mind.

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While you may see friends, co-workers, and / or family post vacation photos on social media, nothing is as it seems, or at least anymore. The newest internet trend is "fakecation", which is basically taking a fake vacation using a poster, giant display, laptop, or whatever is around to fool others into thinking you're living the dream. Continue reading for more examples.

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Ever wonder where certain words, like "Google", came from? Well, by simply adding "etymology" onto the end of words, you'll get exactly that information. As you can see, for Google, it's: "1990s: from Google, the proprietary name of the search engine." Continue reading for more cool Google tricks, such as comparing foods, excluding words from searches, sunrises or sunsets for any city, etc.

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Believe it or not, back in the 1990s there was penguin named La La who used to shower, put on a backpack and waddle 329 steps to the local fish monger to buy his ration of five fish every day. He swallows a whole mackerel or two and then carries the rest home in his mini backpack. The story of La La begins in 1986 when Yukio Nishimoto discovered a penguin caught in his net with a badly injured beak and wing. The fisherman knew the penguin would die or be eaten by sharks and the rest is history. Continue reading for more.

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It's rare for children and teenagers to think of their parents as *cool*, but these examples show why some are always young at heart. Starting off, we have someone who asked for an iPad for their birthday, and instead, received an authentic iPad box filled with a box of eye pads and a troll face. Other examples include: a surprise $5-million birthday present, curious parents during a birthday, and replicating a Facebook profile picture. Continue reading to see them all.

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