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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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Brothers Admir and Ibi Adili own the Valentino ice cream shop in Tisnom, on Croatia's Murter island. Admir's 15-year-old daughter Bibi spends quite a bit of time on the social network, so he decided to create a flavor commemorating it. The secret ingredient? There is no secret, as all he did was use plain bubblegum ice cream, add some blue syrup, and then slap "Facebook" on the flavor. So far, it's been a big hit with tourists this summer. Continue reading for more.

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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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There's nothing funny about OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder), but there are everyday things most would consider normal that would drive one with the anxiety disorder crazy. For example, having construction workers not put back a sewer lid the right way, causing the forward pointing arrow to be slightly off. Continue reading for more funny and weird examples.

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What's the first thing that comes to mind when you see a sign that says "please don't flash the octopus"? For some, it may translate to don't hop in the tank with the octopus and go skinny dipping. However, for others, or after some thought, you'll realize that it just means to not use your camera's flash when photographing the octopus. Continue reading for more bizarre, yet real, signs that will probably confuse instead of help you.

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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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Did you know that architectural firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and James Cutler Architects designed Bill Gates' personal residence? While the plans for Gates' home was largely drawn by hand, Bohlin has a Macintosh-based office and some of the work was completed on Apple systems. On a similar note, his garage was designed using the Mac program called "ModelShop!", according to Architosh. Continue reading for more bizarre and interesting facts that may surprise you.

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What you're looking at above is the one-of-a-kind $4.2-million Ferrari TRS. It's powered by a 730 hp, 6.3-liter V12 combined with a KERS hybrid system lifted from LaFerrari; elevating the total horsepower to just shy of 1,000. The extremely wealthy, yet mysterious buyer, remains unknown. One thing's for sure, the new owner will be one of 499 owners of LaFerrari, making his custom F12 that much more valuable. Continue reading for more fascinating pictures that you probably haven't seen before.

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Aquatopia is an attraction you'll only find at the Tokyo DisneySea theme park in Japan, located in the Port Discovery area of the park. It's touted as the second of only three attractions in the world to use a new trackless ride system designed by Walt Disney Imagineering. This ride is the successor to both Disneyland's Motor Boat Cruise and the Autopia, from which Aquatopia received its name as homage. It consists of around three dozen vehicles designed to look like personal hovercrafts which move independently from each other at quick speeds through a large water lagoon. Continue reading for more.

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