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Working out in hopes of looking fit for the warmer months is one thing, attempting to enhance your body with Photoshop is another. If you do choose the latter route and don't have much experience with the software, make sure you pay someone to enhance your pictures, or else you may end up with the monstrosities you're about to see. To start things off, we have a faux bodybuilder who just loves warping everything around him. Continue reading for more.

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According to new research, since all species share a common ancestor if you go back far enough, Darwin reasoned that humans would use the same muscles as other animals to express emotions. And although a dog is different from a mouse, all pets probably express emotions in much the same way that humans do, according to Jeffrey Mogil, a psychologist and neuroscientist at McGill University in Montreal, senior author of a study published online in the journal Nature Methods. Continue reading for more.

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Have a broken windshield wiper? Well, one thing you should never do is manually grab a wiper, stick your hand out the window, and attempt to clear the rain, all the while driving. Unfortunately (or fortunately), that is just one of the many strange and bizarre examples of strange fixes that we've rounded up for you today. Continue reading to see more.

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The act of placing one's face in one's hands, or "facepalming" is a gesture of nonverbal-communication common among many cultures. The action conveys a message of dismay and is often a reaction toward someone's momentary lapse of logic, judgement, or memory. This reaction may be directed toward another person or be self-deprecating. Here are 10 facepalm moments that could have been avoided. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an epic asteroid discussion between Neil DeGrasse Tyson and a 9-year-old.

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Yes, you can actually buy a 3D-printed version of your own face. Japan-based REAL-f will use "3-Dimensional Photo Forms" to crank out a crazily detailed replica of your face and turn it into a mask for a whopping $4,000. Just about everything is artfully recreated, from your eyebrows to your freckles. The company works with several pictures of someone's face from various angles, and then prints a high-res composite image onto a molded resin. Continue reading for more.

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Let's face it, most people don't look forward to the start of yet another work week, but there's always something funny and / or strange that will stand out, or so we think. For example, we have the airline employee who decided to multitask by putting by phones up to his ear. Or, the lightsaber wielding cubicle worker. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the great cat escape in France.

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More often than not, you will come across a gadget or accessory that seems to be a *must have*, but after walking around the store a few times, this item is quickly replaced by yet another. Does that cycle sound familiar? Well, it's probably because the item is more of a novelty than a necessity, like the bullet shell chessboard above. Continue reading for more.

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Robert Andre Villegas II was originally named after his father, who worked at the Santa Barbara County courthouse, but it just wasn't working for him. So he legally changed it on August 2nd, 2006, and is now officially I'm Fire-Penguin D. Panda III. The third to all my documents because Robert thought it was fun to have a sort of regal name. Continue reading for more.

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Back in the day, kids were satisfied with just finding a single dollar under their pillows for a tooth, but now, $75 is ideal, but if that doesn't work, $25, and the minimum just has to be $10. That is just one of the many letters and notes showing why kids are much smarter (or dumber) than we think. Continue reading for more.

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The Globe and Mail says that you know you're a "Canadian if you've politely said, 'I'm sorry' at least once in the past week to someone who jostled YOU in the subway, but you privately swear more than Americans, Brits or Aussies." This rule doesn't apply to just humans apparently, as Canadian buses involved in fender benders are also extremely polite. Continue reading for more.

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