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  # 1556590 20-May-2016 22:12
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BTR:

 

Kanye West Shocks Ellen with a 6 minute rant!

 

Click here

 

 

 

If it was Ellen shocks Kanye with a 500kva cable that would be more interesting......

 

 

Or maybe the other way round. Actually not sure. I'd be hoping for both I think!






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  # 1556814 21-May-2016 14:19
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"Strange but true: Get a load of this horny dino"




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Woman's Chewbacca mask video takes internet by storm

 

I swear they get dumber by the goddamn day. frown


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  # 1557650 23-May-2016 07:33
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15 shocking things you didn't know about New Zealand

 

1 - No bears and snakes and spiders

 

2 - Lots of animals

 

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  # 1557755 23-May-2016 09:40
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Shocking discovery !!

 

Spiders discovered in NZ


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  # 1557817 23-May-2016 11:05
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joker97:

 

15 shocking things you didn't know about New Zealand

 

1 - No bears and snakes and spiders

 

2 - Lots of animals

 

...

 

 

 

 

Lots of birds, mostly brown..!






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  # 1557820 23-May-2016 11:07
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Geektastic:

joker97:


15 shocking things you didn't know about New Zealand


1 - No bears and snakes and spiders


2 - Lots of animals


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Lots of birds, mostly brown..!



You guys realise this is a real article I'm not making any words up




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  # 1557836 23-May-2016 11:20
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Those agencies don't produce real articles, and all words are made up.

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1eStar: Those agencies don't produce real articles, and all words are made up.

 

Even onomatopoeic ones?

 

:-)

 

 

 

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  # 1557888 23-May-2016 12:05
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Probably written by Australians, not joking there.

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Here is the best yet, for a video article:

 

 

 

Watch: EgyptAir black boxes not found






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Geektastic:

 

Here is the best yet, for a video article:

 

 

 

Watch: EgyptAir black boxes not found

 

 

That's some kind of desperate right there.






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  # 1558310 23-May-2016 23:47
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"Freak motocross 'tragedy': Man had been cheering on grandson"

^First up, what's with the single quotes around 'tragedy'?

Second, the lead in:

"Bruce Honore and his wife Meri had been at the Cambridge motocross track cheering on their 8-year-old grandson when a bike flew across the barrier tragically killing him and injuring his wife."

Is my grammar really so bad? I cannot understand who was killed from that sentence. It is a serious question if someone wants to explain it in grammar terms.

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DarthKermit: Woman's Chewbacca mask video takes internet by storm

 

I swear they get dumber by the goddamn day. frown

 

 

 

 

That was on Prime news too.  Admittedly on their 'and finally' bit, but surely there's better stuff out there.  I was waiting for the funny bit but it never came.


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gzt: "Freak motocross 'tragedy': Man had been cheering on grandson"

^First up, what's with the single quotes around 'tragedy'?

Second, the lead in:

"Bruce Honore and his wife Meri had been at the Cambridge motocross track cheering on their 8-year-old grandson when a bike flew across the barrier tragically killing him and injuring his wife."

Is my grammar really so bad? I cannot understand who was killed from that sentence. It is a serious question if someone wants to explain it in grammar terms.

 

Assuming the 8-year old grandson isn't married, Bruce is dead and Meri is injured. Not sure why 'tragedy' has the single quotes though - makes it look like the writer thinks Bruce's death was a blessing in disguise.


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