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55 Of The Funniest And Weirdest Mom Quotes, Shared For Jimmy Fallon’s New Hashtag Challenge

“It’s Hashtag time!” yells the beloved host of the The Tonight Show and we all know what we gotta do. Bring our seats closer, open Twitter, and share a bite of our very own ensued hilarity in a form of a hashtag.

And just in time for Mom’s day, Jimmy Fallon put up an announcement: “Tweet out a funny or weird thing your mom has said and tag it with #MomQuotes,” on May 3.

The answers started flooding in like there was no tomorrow, because we know how crazy, boomer-like, adorable, and clueless in tech (but not in your dating life!) our moms can be. So let’s give them a big round of applause and get ready for the funniest tweets right below.

After you’re done reading this one, be sure to check out our earlier Jimmy Fallon hashtags, #MyWeirdSuperstition, #WeddingFail, and #FitnessFail.

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Here Are 59 Of The Funniest Inspirational Quotes Created From Everyday Sentences For New Social Media Trend

At some point in life, there is this point when you need a little bit of inspiration, encouragement, or a piece of golden advice. Inspirational quotes from famous people, anonymous, or created by the general public are abundant on social media. You can always stumble upon a good old “Not all those who wander are lost” and “Dance like no one’s watching” plonked on a picture of a sunset on some beach in Thailand.

But people on social media decided to turn hilarious WhatsApp messages from family members, argument statements, and hilarious texts from boyfriends into inspirational quotes. And anything is possible with Vanessa Carlton’s “A Thousand Miles” playing in the background.

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The latest reels on Instagram now poke fun at the old-school “Live, Laugh, Love” and turn things said by dads, daughters, boyfriends in random texts, arguments, and just everyday messages into inspirational quotes, so Gen Z and not only can turn their mean, funny, and sometimes dark humor into quote images on tasteful backgrounds. Some of the quotes are as deep as “Okay,” “You burnt the rice again,” and “Ugh, mom.” And as Instagram continues adding new sleek features making the app even more engaging, the jokes keep on coming. And we couldn’t be happier.

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81 Times People Left Takeaway Restaurants Bad Reviews And Unexpectedly Received Their Replies

The restaurant industry is saturated. People have plenty of options to choose from and businesses have to compete for every customer. When the fight is this close, something as simple as a negative online review can have serious implications for the future of an establishment. So when someone gives a restaurant a 1-star rating, some of them decide to respond in an attempt to fill everyone in on the big picture and protect their reputation. Or just diss the OP. Takeaway Trauma is an Instagram account that collects these savage replies. Since its launch in September 2020, the fun little project has acquired quite the collection! Here are some of its most popular ones.

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“That’s It, I’m Architecture Shaming”: Facebook Group Pokes Fun At Questionable Architecture Decisions (71 Pics)

Some buildings will absolutely fascinate you with their stunning designs, genius architectural decisions, and the sheer power of their aesthetics. This article isn’t about these kinds of buildings, however. Nope! Not all buildings are made equal, you see, and the ‘bad’ ones need to be shamed publicly so that others don’t copy their designs. So we’ll be focusing exclusively on just plain terrible architectural decisions.

And the worst of the worst end up on the ‘That’s It, I’m Architecture Shaming’ Facebook group where users mercilessly prod and poke bad design. It’s fun, it’s educational, it’s something cool to scroll through during your next coffee break. 

Remember to upvote your fave photos that you love to hate and be sure to follow the architecture-shaming Facebook group if you like their stuff. They’re a growing community with awesome content.

Bored Panda spoke about what separates good and bad design, the need to democratize the access to quirky private property designs, as well as about the roles that architecture plays with an expert in the field from Sweden who has a background in urban planning. You’ll find our full interview with her below.

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The Sweden-based urban planning expert explained to Bored Panda that while public spaces must meet safety and accessibility standards, aesthetic standards can be much more fluid for buildings. The expert spoke to Bored Panda on the condition that she remain anonymous. (Remember, just because you’re an expert in something and want to be helpful doesn’t mean that you always like the limelight… unlike quirky architecture which just begs you to look at it!)

“Most of the time, the elements of the built environment should be in harmony amidst each other and with the surroundings. However, sometimes, something bolder and out-of-the-box might form an engaging contrast,” she said. However, the urban planning expert shared with Bored Panda that, in her personal opinion, our built environments have to engage us, as well as stimulate our minds and senses. In fact, she believes that architecture’s ability to make us think is one of its most powerful aspects.

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#5 A House I Used To Drive Past In A Little Iowa Town. All I Ever Heard From Locals Was That This Place Had A Terrible Leaking Problem When It Rained

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#6 I Do Not Give A Damn How Well It’s Cantilevered Or How Strong The Struts Are. I Do Not Have The Kind Of Luck It Would Take To Set Foot In This House.

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“There are circumstances where the architecture should create a sense of calmness and safety, yet there are instances in which it is not bad if the architecture provokes us and makes us think, ‘Why don’t I like the look of this building?’”

The urban planner said that we should give people the freedom to express themselves as they wish when it comes to designing their private property. As long as they have the means, nearly everything is allowed, in her opinion.

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#9 Toilet-Shaped House (Named Haewoojae), Built By Sim Jae-Duck, The Chairman Of The Organizing Committee Of The Inaugural General Assembly Of The World Toilet Association

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“Quirky architecture comes from our innate desire to demonstrate our uniqueness. However, not everyone who has the means has an average taste for aesthetics. Yet, as long as it is for the people who inhabit or use their private space, I mean why not?” she told Bored Panda that as long as you’re not actively harming anyone else with how bad your designs are, you should be able to be as unique as you want. Even if it falls short of objective aesthetic standards.

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However, the expert acknowledged that others in the industry might not see things the way that she does. Others, she said, believe that private property must be in harmony with the surroundings.

“But, I think that we should not cross that thin line where architecture becomes reserved for only the wealthy and for those with ‘good taste’ (whoever decides that). I’m only talking about private property here, though. When it comes to public space, there should be a consensus between the public and the professional about the design,” she said that the rules for the private and public spheres are very different.

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The urban planning expert also had some advice when it comes to design. “Firstly, even though I often advocate for unconventionally looking buildings, I do not encourage purposefully provocative architecture. The building should be designed with the intention to accommodate and protect society. It should create a sense of safety but not be boring,” she told Bored Panda that we ought to strike a balance between uniqueness and service, expression and community.

#16 I’ve Been Looking At Homes Trying To Get Ideas For When We Move In A Few Years And I Came Across A House That Was Perfect In Every Way Except One

What in the ever living fudge is this – one pass thru is ‘eh, but this one has three-at different levels plus the added detriment of the worlds worst architectural detailing around it. Please someone else tell me that you hate this as much as I do. I know it’s probably more interior design but it’s just so ugly.

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What’s more, the expert from Sweden pointed out that accessibility, inclusiveness, and empowerment should also be key features of any architectural project. “Also, I prefer somewhat complex but systemic designs. Minimalistic and box like floor plans are good in some cases where easy access is necessary (for example, hospitals) yet they can be completely mind-numbing while more complex floor plan designs are more mind-stimulating (for example, good for schools, in my opinion).”

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At the time of writing, the ‘That’s It, I’m Architecture Shaming’ community had 64.1k members. However, it’s growing so rapidly, that by the time you’re reading this, dear Pandas, that number could be much, much higher. Just in the last week alone, the group grew by over 7.3k members. And they’ve made upwards of a thousand posts in the last month.

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#23 Bangkok’s Elephant Building. The Tusks Are A Bowling Alley In My Imagination

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Because of this fast growth and the issues that came with it, the administrator of the ‘Architecture Shaming’ group, Oregon-based Matthew Brühn, addressed the community and the changes that took place in April. In short, the rules are much more structured now.

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#26 Here’s A Building In Pittsburgh. They Tore Down The Church But Left The Steeple. Built An Insensitive Building Behind It

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Matthew pointed out that the admins have been getting tired of the “massive influx of negativity” that came with more and more members joining the community. While the admin expressed his admiration for how wonderful many members are, he also noted that the group will start filtering out overly-aggressive posts.

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“Don’t take it personally; we’re just trying to create an atmosphere where we can all have fun and be kind. There’s now the equivalent of a small city of us all here now, so that will be more difficult,” Matthew pointed out. He added that mentions of politics and religion will be deleted while all potential new members have to answer some questions before they get in. Which, at the end of the day, leads to a friendlier and happier community that, we’re sure, plenty of you Pandas will want to join.

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#37 This Building Has My City In A Uproar

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#38 I Wonder Who Thought This Would Be A Good Idea

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#40 Oh, I Live In A Gated Community. It’s Very Posh

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#41 Another In The Bizarre San Francisco Tradition Of Stucco Treatments That Look Like Skin Diseases. The Kitchen Is To Die For — The Facade Doesn’t Deserve That Attention To Detail?

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#42 A Friend Of Mine Cross-Posted This And It Made Me Think Of Y’all

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#43 The Glorious Flower Of Communist Brutalism That Is The Former Central Post Office In Skopje, Macedonia. Some People Want It Preserved#44 I Think Syndrome From The Incredibles Lived Here

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#45 No, Because I Need To See Actually Bad Architecture And Not Just Something That’s Historic Or Non-Traditional

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#46 House I Found While Browsing Properties In Melbourne, Australia

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#48 Saint Benedict Church, Andrelândia, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Built In 1989

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#50 Neighbors Had Some Material Left, Contractor Cut Them A Deal On A Monstrosity

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#51 Whatttttt Is Thissssss. The Front Of The House Looks Like It’s Made Of The Spare Parts From The Other Builds

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#52 I Will Haunt Your Dreams! Residential Building In Belgium

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#53 Kind Of Reminds Me Of A Church (Granted, A Strange One) But It’s Actually A House With A 6,000 Sq. Ft. Garage… And Its Own Car Wash

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#54 Always Thought This Was Strange, Silly, Terrible Use Of Space? Just Crooked… Why.

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#55 If You Want To Live In A Cheesecake Factory And You Enjoy Really Drafty Showers.

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#56 I Dunno, Slim Doesn’t Seem To Be Digging This Situation

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#57 Feast Your Eyes On This Mcmansion Beast. Complete With Roof Nub Quartet, Stupid Turret, And Parasitic Garage

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#58 I Never Realized How Important It Is For The Roof To Hang Over A Little Bit

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#59 This Building Has Been In My Hometown For Ages, But I Never Noticed It Until I Joined This Group

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#61 Can We All Just Take A Moment And Acknowledge That Prince Produced Some Great Music, But He Lived In A Water Treatment Station

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#62 I Don’t Think A Paint Job And Landscaper Would Help This Poor House Down The Street From Me

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#63 “The Clients Insisted On A Big Window In What Must Now Be The Least Discreet Bathroom In Melbourne.” Note The Train

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#66 This. The Building I Hate Most In Dallas And I Have To Look At It Every Time I Drive To Work

Looks like something a four year old would build in Minecraft but, no, someone actually got paid to design this butt ugly monstrosity that blocks an otherwise cool view of downtown.

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#67 The “Blender” On The Campus Of The University Of Oklahoma. That’s All One Building. I Took Math Classes In This Thing Back In The 90s

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#68 Saw This On A Walk Today. A Table Lamp, In A Glass Box, Hanging From The Roof Of A Carport

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#69 Warsaw. Poland. Don’t Know Why

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#70 I Give You, The Most Boring Roof Ever Built And A House With Very Little Natural Light Coming In

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#71 I Appreciate Efforts At Creativity, Sustainability, Affordability. I Really Do. But Do They Have To Be So Ugly? This Looks Like A Bad Public Washroom

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Yahoo Answers Is Shutting Down So People Are Honoring The Platform By Showcasing Its Most Ridiculous Questions (105 Pics)

Yahoo Answers, one of the longest-running and most storied web Q&A platforms on the Internet, is shutting down forever on May 4th. So we at Bored Panda decided to pay our respects to this iconic online project and take a look at some of the funniest and weirdest posts people made there.

To do so, we turned to Yahoo Answers Now, a subreddit where people share all the funny things they find on the platform. And there have been plenty of them. The best part of scrolling through these ridiculous questions and answers is that you never really know if the person is kidding or they’re actually a prime example of humanity’s biggest flaws.

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Teen Moves Into A Retirement Community By Accident And Loves It

Moving can be a really stressful experience. You need to think about so many things, like location, the size of the place, the rent price, the bills, the neighborhood, etc. It is especially tricky if you’re moving far away and you’re not able to see the place in real life before moving in. There are so many things you may not notice just looking at the pictures and the description provided by the owner.

TikToker Madison Kohout has found herself in this exact situation. She was moving from Oklahoma to Arkansas and she signed the lease before viewing the property. When she arrived, everything seemed normal, but after a week, she realized that she was living in a retirement community.

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TikToker Madison Kohout was moving to another state and only realized she’d moved to a retirement community after she got there

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This is not a joke. Madison is a 19-year-old girl from Norman, Oklahoma. She met a lady whose name is Gloria Crittenden over TikTok and became a big fan. They were talking for a year and got to know each other, so well, in fact, that Madison started calling Gloria her mom. Madison became a part of Gloria’s family as she didn’t have one of her own and decided to move to Arkansas.

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Her mom found the apartment and Madison loved it, so she quickly decided to take the offer and packed her things to move

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She’d started searching for an apartment when her mom texted her saying that she’d found the perfect place. The TikToker didn’t wait, packed her belongings, and was on her way. The apartment was great and Madison loved it, but it took her a week to notice a sign saying that she was now living in a retirement facility.

Madison told Newsweek that the first week was very busy with settling in and searching for a job, though she noticed that her neighbors were quite a bit older than her. Only when she saw the sign did it click and everything made sense.

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Madison actually loves her apartment and her nice neighbors, and she has already befriended a lot of them

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Madison snapped up the offer quickly because it was a two-bedroom apartment for $350 a month. She told Insider that “It was super spacious and felt like home.”

Madison loves her apartment and her neighbors. She shared some fun things about living with seniors. Firstly, it’s always quiet and she can be the loud one and listen to music all she wants, because most of the neighbors can’t hear anyway.

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She is also always in the loop of all the gossip that’s going around. But the sweetest thing is that the people living there are very nice and after a long day, everyone cares how she is doing.

Not only that, but she has also befriended a lot of her neighbors and they eat dinner together, give her snacks, and have long conversations. So this mistake of not really knowing where she was moving was actually a blessing in disguise.

She sees only good things about living in an apartment meant for seniors, like the peacefulness

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Madison plans to stay there in the near future and doesn’t regret her decision

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People were curious how a 19-year-old was allowed to move into a retirement community. Madison explained to Newsweek that the apartments are primarily designed for seniors, but they don’t discriminate based on age. However, it seems that she is the only teenager there. But it doesn’t bother her and Madison says that she isn’t planning moving out of there any time soon.

@itsme.madiiiiReply to @2020broughtmehere I am a bit dramatic LOL but in all honesty I am SO blessed, I really do love it here ##fyp ##moving ##apartment ##seniorcit♬ The Office – The Hyphenate

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Her first video got 3.5 M views so Madison continued documenting her life in the neighborhood. Overall, the response to the video was very positive and people in the comments were amazed at the luck of this girl, because they imagined that it would be so nice living in such a community.

People in the comments agreed that Madison was lucky even though she didn’t know at first where she was actually moving

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37 Embarrassing Tattoo Error Stories, As Shared By Folks In This Online Group

We are human, which means we are bound to make mistakes. All kinds of mistakes. And while some of these mishaps are small and easy to fix, others are a little bit more… permanent. Today, let’s talk about the latter category.

Some time ago, a Reddit user u/Sorceress683 hit up the AskReddit community inviting tattoo artists to share stories about the worst mistakes they’ve ever made on a client. The question quickly gained quite a bit of attention as it currently has almost 47K upvotes. The community members did not hesitate and opened up about some of the most embarrassing, cringiest, and funniest tattoo error stories they’ve ever heard or been fortunate enough to experience themselves. With that being said, Bored Panda invites you to read through our favorite ones.

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#1I was a receptionist at a tattoo shop. One of the artists misspelled “neighborhood” on this guys neck. He spelled it “neigborhood”, leaving out the first “H”. Neighborhood was the guys nickname. It was a pretty large, elaborate tattoo so there was no fixing it. I don’t think I have ever cringed so hard in my life. The guy was surprisingly really cool about it. He did see the drawing and approved it before it was tattooed on. He ended up making the artist tattoo a “H” on his palm so if anyone gave him crap about the misspelling he could smack that person with the missing “H”.#2Once had a client call the shop who was crying hysterically because, according to her, I had done her tattoo backwards. It took a few minutes to get her to calm down to the point where we realized she was looking at it in the mirror. She apologized and hung up. The tattoo was on her back. When I placed the stencil, and finished the tattoo, the client was using two mirrors. A handheld one, and the wall mounted one. Using two mirrors, it looked correct (which it was). When she looked in just one mirror at home, it appeared backwards, the way a mirror works.#3My wife and I got matching tattoos with our children’s bday and our wedding day. Pretty generic. We had to watch the kids so we took turns. She went first, I showed up after her appt and she was beaming with excitement at how nice the numbers were. She showed me. The wedding day was wrong. She had the 15th and ours is the 14th. The tattoo artist felt terrible. My wife had looked at it atleast twice before she it was put on. Entirely her fault.#4I had a client email me asking for a four-letter acronym. I don’t do freehand script so I put the letters into a font generator and sent him back some options. He picked the one he liked best and we set an appointment date. On the day of his session, I showed him the acronym again and we chose a size. I placed the stencil and he approved it and I got started. Midway through the tattoo I asked him what the letters stood for and he told me. My heart stopped. The letters were in the wrong order. The middle two were swapped. I ran to the shop computer to check my email and sure enough, in his original email he’d sent me, they’d been correct. I had typed them into the font generator wrong. But to be fair, he had seen them several times since then and didn’t notice my mistake. I spent the rest of the session covering them up with another design he’d had as a backup tattoo idea and I didn’t charge him. But it was a good learning experience for me to always ask what initials/acronyms stand for ahead of time to make sure I get them in the right order.#5I’ve never really made any big mistakes that garnered a reaction, but one of my clients has a tattoo from another artist in a local studio that says “Gradad” instead of Grandad.

The studio fired the artist and wouldn’t take any responsibility for what had happened#6I tried to tattoo “PATIENCE” on myself when I was 16,using the stick and poke method. I made it as far as “PATIEN” and stopped. I never finished it. Eventually got it covered up when I was 28. Literally didn’t have the patience to finish it lol. It was a funny story to tell for all those years, and a lot of my friends were disappointed in me for covering it. But I have no ragrets#7A few years ago I was tattooing a client who had apparently lost a bet, his buddies were allowed to tattoo something behind his shoulder as long as it wasn’t racist or offensive.

Turns out the guy drew up a design of “A Leprechaun throwing up on a book”… Sure, why not, everyone was sober and they were paying pounds upfront.

Easy work- the drawing was really simple and the shading was easier than I thought it’d be.

Turns out everyone liked it… Except the guy with the tattoo of a Leprechaun throwing up on a book. He picked at the scab, trying to get rid of it, completely took it from bad to worse.

Comes in about ten days later, demanding a refund of money HE didn’t pay or the studio, not me, cover it up. Nope, management said you signed for it in your right mind and than damaged it yourself, personally I was yelled at and told NEVER tattoo anyone like that, it only works in television series or film.

Did I make a mistake? Yes and no.

The lesson here is don’t get involved in others drama when permanent body marking are involved.#8Worked as a piercer in a shop a decade ago. A guy came in and wanted “Murphys law”…the artist freehanded a design on him, he green lit it after watching in the mirror and they did a beautiful piece with a banner saying “murpys law”. Seemed fitting. The guy loved the fact that his one messed up tattoo was the murphys law one.#9My ex did a large scarification on the client’s abdomen. The client had brought in a piece of paper with the stylized word ” preserverence”.

I was invited in mid-way to see the progress and had to tap my ex on the shoulder for a spelling lesson.#10This will be buried but it’s worth a shot. I work at a tattoo shop with a few artists. One of our artists fu**ed up tremendously on a face tattoo. She did the stencil before hand and showed him, after his approval she started above his brow. He wanted “cursed” but he left the shop with “CUSRED” tattooed on his forehead. He was pissed of course, never saw him again.#11I had been tattooing on human skin for no more than two weeks and was very inexperienced. My mentor wanted me to participate in a $13 Friday the 13th flash special coming up that week. I drew up a flash sheet full of designs that I was confident I could pull off with my limited experience. I spent the entire day beforehand prepping my station, gathering supplies, printing stencils and consent forms, cleaning the entire shop, etc. I decided to sleep on the shop floor that night so that in the morning I could buy the whole shop some fancy donuts from a nearby cafe and get back in time for the event. Right before it started my mentor, who was also the shop owner, changed up the rules of the special. He announced on Instagram that people could bring in whatever small design they wanted to get done for $13. I was suddenly being asked to draw and tattoo designs that I was fully unprepared to take on. The shop had one computer with photoshop that we all had to take turns on to create designs so our turn-around time slowed to a crawl. (And I already tattooed slow anyway since I was so green) The shop was overflowing with people and we had a waitlist with literally over 100 names.

Just as we were about to close up shop at 2am, one girl walks in and asks if she can still get in on the special. She wants a butterfly. My mentor tells me to take care of it. I’m exhausted but hey, you don’t tell your mentor no. So I print the stencil and I get started and…. my hands just stop functioning. My wrists were so sore and cramped from working all day that I couldn’t control the tattoo machine anymore. It was the strangest, most horrible feeling. I watched in horror as, no matter how hard I tried to tame my gnarled hands, I just completely botched this girl’s tattoo. Lines were all squiggly and off. I even cut into her arm in some places. Lots of bleeding. I felt absolutely horrible. It looked horrendous.

I called another artist over to finish the tattoo for me and told the client that her tattoo was on the house. She left without saying much. We closed up shop after she left and I told the other artists to go on home while I stayed behind and cleaned up. I cried as I cleaned. I made only enough money that day to cover the price of the stupid donuts. By the time I was done cleaning it was 3:30am and I still had to ride my bike a few miles home. I was so tired that I decided to spend a second night sleeping on the shop floor. I woke up early the next morning to ride home… and the rear wheel had been stolen off of my bike. I had to carry it two miles to the nearest bike shop and spend $90 on a new wheel, tire, and cassette. I thought that was the end of that nightmare until… A week later I’m at home and get a call from my mentor. He’s SCREAMING through the phone. Apparently the butterfly girl went and left a 1 star review of the shop on Google after her experience with me. He said I had disgraced the name of his shop and the other artists that worked there. I had to come in the next day and apologize to each of them personally for damaging their reputations. I then had to contact the client and apologize once again to her and offer her another free tattoo. She never responded. The whole experience was humiliating.#12I tattooed Philippines 4:13 instead of Philippians 4:13 on a girl one time. Fortunately I was able fix it though#13Tattooing a kanji backwards. Client brought in the reversed image, I made a stencil and applied it and the client checked it in the mirror and gave the OK. Came back the next day claiming I did it wrong. I pulled the original out of my box and held it up next to the tattoo and said “nope, that’s what you brought in.” Felt bad, but still laughed when she left. long story short: YOU AS A CLIENT ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPELLING. Tattoo artists are not cultural experts or professional grammar nazis. You pick it, we just stick it.#14I misspelled “forward”. It was a line of script on the side of a foot, and a last minute addition to a couple other tattoos they were getting. I quickly knocked it together on photoshop and nothing looked out of place, the client approved, so I made the stencil.

The real fu**up is that I didn’t ask them to spellcheck… I ALWAYS ask them to spellcheck, except for this ONE time…

The next day they came back and pointed out that forward isn’t spelled “foreword”. I do a lot of reading and I guess it didn’t look wrong because I’m used to seeing it as the “foreword” of a book. I apologized profusely, feeling like a total a**, and told them to pick at the scab of the extra “e” and the “w” while they were healing (to make it fade) and come back in two weeks.

Fixing the O was easy and I was able to turn the E and W into a wide loopy W and add a bit of extra loops and flourish to other letters so that it looked totally fine in the end albeit a bit stylized. She was happy in the end and still comes to get work from me.

Ten years of tattooing and that one still haunts me. There have been other mistakes but they’re mostly the clients fault… things like dads getting their children’s birthdays wrong (happens a lot actually. Dude, I don’t know what month your kid was born… call your wife!).

Also, bonus story: the guy who spells his kids name wrong! I had him write their name down. Literally HE wrote it down. “Bently” I drew up a fun custom script, he loved it. Put the stencil on him and had him check it out (I even told him to make sure everything was right), all good. Did the lining and had him check it out while we took a break, loved it. Finished the shading and drop-shadow etc, all finished. He’s checking it out in the mirror, loves it, until I hear, “uhhh, what about the e?”

“What E?” I reply in dismay!

“The E! Bently has an E!”

So I show him what he had written down, and he groans, “oh man, I always fu** that up… my wife is going to kill me!”

So I sit down with the original drawing and manage to turn part of the L and the Y into an E, add another couple lines to re-form the L and Y, and boom: Bentley. It worked out in the end and I felt like and absolute wizard, but fu**, DUDE, it’s your kid’s name and you didn’t notice the spelling was wrong the 10 times you checked it out during the process?!?

What a job.#15Oh semi recently I did an arm band of sheet music on this walk in and I put one of the segments on upside down because I don’t read music and it looked right. Client noticed when I was about halfway done with that segment; luckily she was cool and just said she should have checked her stencil harder and shrugged it off.#16I was working at a place when a guy came in for a full back piece of 3 different cars. It took like 4 visits to finish and each visit he’d look at it and say it looks awesome and then he would take off. On the last visit, they call me in to look at it to show me how awesome it turned out. Well, all the steering wheels were on the wrong side and the reason no one caught it was because the dude was looking in a mirror to check his progress so they looked correct. I’m pretty sure the guy was super chill about it when they offered a bunch of free work and they fixed it in another session.#17Worst was when I just started out tattooing.. a few months in I’m tattooing a old coworkers wife and she’s getting some Roman numerals and before starting I ask her to triple check the numbers and she’s like yup all good let’s do it.

Que 1 hour after being done I receive a text from my old coworker that the one of the letters are wrong…

That was a great week to be alive dealing with that anxiety.#18When I started tattooing I was working at an awful studio that would often give me works that didn’t fit my style in any way (very fine line works which I wasn’t very good at)

The mistakes I made were usually crooked tattoos or going too deep and instead of actual helping me the owners either would yell at me later, forced me to tell clients I was more experienced than I actually am and got upset that I “ask too many questions”.

Eventually they just stopped giving me work all together. Sadly every once in a while they give my number to unhappy clients that I tattooed at that time and I still get calls asking me for compensation. I know it’s also my fault for those things but they really took of any responsibility.

These days I have my own small one person studio, I have nothing but sweet and satisfied clients and ironically I do a lot of fine line tattoos which I used to hate at that studio.

But if you want something specific- while I was in the studio some girl wanted a cursive tattoo that was extremely tiny. It was extremely small and thin and when I finished it looked good but when it healed a lot of the letters spread and mashed up together and because she barely had any tattoos it was VERY noticable. I gave her money back even though she demanded me to pay for tattoo removal. (And yes she signed a contract beforehand but the studio told me it protected only them and not me)

I read thoroughly and fortunately realized she had no case against me so she couldn’t sue. In general today I recommend people to steer clear of that place, disgusting money grabber assholes.

They do treat other tattoo artists who work for them like sh**.#19Got a small tattoo on my foot. As he was making a line I heard him say “Whoops…” I now have a stray line that’s jutting off away from the rest of the tat. Fortunately over time it has faded, but it’s such a crappy tattoo. The whole thing is just the worst. It was only $60 so I didn’t say anything, and just told myself one day I’d get it covered up by something better.

Edit to add: the main reason I didn’t complain is because the tattoo artist was (and still is) my best friend’s neighbor.#20I was working at a shop in NYC, this very heavy set gentlemen came in and wanted a full back piece. No other tattoos. The design was very elaborate and quite good. Once it was all approved the tattoo stencil was applied, and again approved by the client. I wasn’t doing the tattoo, but I was occasionally checking in on the process. Once the line work was done as shading had begun… I noticed something horrible… the stencil was applied over his rolls of skin on his lower back. I made a comment to the artist privately. He went back to tattooing, moved the skin apart at one point… and with out a doubt several inches of untattooed skin.

The client never noticed. I stopped working there not too long after that, not for this reason.

I’ve always felt so bad for that guy.#21Did my first one on an old schoolmate who was aware of my artistic abilities, despite having never applied ink before, and he offered me his back. I had 3 pros watching as I drew a geisha freehanded on his back while he was hunched over. When the design was laid out, he checked it in the mirror and was good with it so I began lining it. The thing is, the other artists said it looked great but unfortunately I was doing something else when he checked it so I didn’t notice just how screwed up it really was.Any way, I lined it and we took a break. As he stood up while I was watching, my heart dropped as I witnessed the geisha’s face droop into a palsied state on one side. He was sitting leaned forward with his elbows on his knees while drawing it and so distorted the canvas.

Now, this sounds crappy, but I never really liked this guy too much (he originally wanted a back full of strippers) so I didn’t feel bad that when he went to look in the mirror, he lifted his shoulder to look at the tattoo, which normalized the proportions and he said it looked awesome. Well, good then. Big lesson learned though. I still have the occasional nightmare over it.#22When I was but a wee baby piercer, I worked at the biggest shop in my city which had 14 artists and 2 piercers. It was the peak of the tramp stamp trend (I’m still so sad that was the nickname, ass antlers was so much better) so when a super tiny 18 year old black woman came in and wanted her name on her lower back with a flower it was just normal. An older white male tattoo artist took her to pick a font, it took a minute (even though back then everyone went with Edwardian) but they came out, I had her do paperwork and he got the drawing finished. She okayed the design, she okayed the stencil, she sat for the tattoo, loved it, tipped him and left.

Two hours later she called back sobbing saying we ruined her life. The counter girl told her to come in and we would fix whatever was wrong. Tattoo comes back with her two gigantic, angry af friends who are ready to freak out. We finally see the tattoo.

Her name was Whitney. The “n” got left out in the font process. So huge across her lower back it said “Whitey”……. It was covered for free and with many apologies with three giant purple roses. The tattoo artist was so fu**ed up over that he didn’t come in for a week. It was an honest mistake, but it was the worst fu**ing spelling error I’ve seen.#23My ONLY spelling mistake ever was in Italian. Girl wants a phrase in Italian. She writes it down no less than 5x on a paper. I tell her to make sure it is correct, I don’t speak Italian. She insists it is correct. I draw up some nice script, tattoo it with no issues, bandage, pay and she leaves. She comes back in hysterical and tells me I spelled it wrong. I hadn’t thrown out the paper. I spelled it exactly how she spelled it. I asked what she wanted to do, and she decided “eh no one I know speaks Italian”. That was about 15 years ago, I often wonder if she ended up getting it covered up.#24When I first opened my shop I was SUPER nervous about making mistakes and those first few clients were a roller coaster of anxiety

Well ofcourse one of my first clients comes in and asked for a tattoo to be covered because another artist screwed it up. The tattoo was meant to be a peanut riding a motorcycle however the tattoo artist screwed up and it looked like a penis riding a malformed motorcycle from hell.

So I get to work covering it up with a new design, she asked for a raven to cover it up since I could colour the raven in black and cover up the other artists mistake. No problem all good right?

No…..the tattoo was in a SUPER awkward position and the client wouldn’t stop squirming. Eventually I finished and to my dismay I noticed my fu** up….

I didnt cover the peanut part of the original tattoo properly and the raven looked like it had a little penis coming out of it….

When she realized she was angry and demanded it be fixed, the only solution I saw was to attach another smaller raven to the original one as a sort of chain link.

The client now tells people that the tattoo is two chained ravens because “our inner darkness must be chained”….but we both know why she REALLY got it…ha little penis man#25Back when I first started tattooing, I think I’d only been doing it for about 3 months at this point, one of my pals asked if he could come to me for finger tattoos. I asked my mentor, and he said it was too early for me to move onto hands just yet.

One of the other guys in the studio overheard and said he’d actually been wanting to get his fingers tattooed for a while, if my mentor was happy with it he’d let me practice on him. My mentor okayed it, so he got to work on the stencil. The tattooist I was practicing on is ambidextrous, and had an exact font in mind for his finger tattoos, so he said if I got everything set up, he’d freehand the script (no stencil) on his hands and then we could just get started.

I finished the first hand, everything was fine, until I went on to start his second hand, at which point he was checking out the tattoo I’d just finished. And realised he’d written the script out left to right facing him. Meaning to everyone else the finger tattoos were backwards (just the phrase – not the whole letters). Cue much panic, me convinced he’s going to go mental at me for not noticing, him convinced he’s landed me in it with my mentor, before we both calmed down and started spitballing on how to fix the tattoo on the fly. The phrase he’d gone for (“riff raff”) was thankfully similar enough on each hand that all we had to do was block out the vowels a bit more and make them slightly larger than the other letters in order to hide the original vowel underneath. In the end we fixed it, he got the tattoo the right way around, and you can’t even tell there was once a mistake under it.#26I’ve been tattooing people for awhile now. This guy wanted to to tattoo his dad on his upper arm. After a couple hours I was on the moustache, it was a goatee. I started around 3 or 4’o clock, and when I was done I couldn’t help but see this horrible mistake… I made a Hitler stache and a goatee. As I now call a hitee. I gave him $75 off and never saw him again.#27As other artists have said, none besides some blowouts and wonky lines that were fixable when i was a new artist. But ive fixed some really fu**ed up ones. Mostly spelling mistakes. Some terrible ones. But i had to do a cover up of one of a guys son. The portrait was wonky and obviously done by a kitchen wizard. The worst part was that all the “designs” the scratcher did around it were for a girl. They werent approved by the client. The scratcher that did it thought it was a little girl and did all kinds of pinks and hearts and bows in the hair and around it…the worst part, he wrote, “Daddies girl”. The lettering basically butted right up against the portrait on top and bottom so just covering up the designs wasnt possible. It needed a full on cover up, which i wouldve recommended regardless because of the sh** portrait by itself. So we covered it up with an approved design and he came back to my shop for my version of the hyperrealistic portrait of his SON that he wanted.#28This happened back in 2012 when I was really new at this. I was tattooing a good friend of mine. He wanted a clock tattoo (my first one ever with Roman numerals) with a mask next to it. Once the drawing was done, we realized that the mask was not fitting properly on the leg (due to other tattoos he had). So I went to the printer and flipped the design (mirrored). Put it on the leg and it was more than perfect. I start the tattoo, we chat and then I’m done. He gets up and checks in the mirror to see the final result and he realized that the clock had the roman numerals flipped (3 was at 9). We both froze, laughed it up and went back on the table to fix it. At the end, it turned out to be not as bad as I thought it would be.#29Tattoo artist here. Best case I ever saw, a guy came into our shop asking about a cover up. The tattoo wasn’t done at our place. He had what we call a “belly rocker”. One of those lettering tattoos that arcs over the belly. Think Tommy Lee’s “mayhem” tattoo. Usually gothic font, gangsta type piece.

He had beautifully executed, bold, black, old English letters across his belly that were supposed to read, “scarred for life”. Whoever did the tattoo (as well as the tattooed guy) had forgotten one of the letters. An “r”.

This guy came in with “scared for life” on his belly.

We showed him some cover up options, including full torso, Japanese style bodysuit stuff. Someone may have joked about doing the old proofreading trick of just putting a little red arrow and adding the missing letter.

I don’t know who did the thing but never saw him again after giving cost estimates for the giant cover up.

15 or so years ago, we still joke about this one.#30I went to college with a veteran tattoo artist and she told me that she’s made a few mistakes, but nothing too crazy, she told me the worst freakout a customer had was when she was making a celtic knot to his own specifications, despite her telling him that “That isn’t how they’re supposed to look” He payed for it anyways, she made the tattoo, and the idiot didn’t like the results and pushed over a couple shelves and broke the window with a chair in frustration, all while cussing her out.

When he was arrested for his blunder, the police uncovered a lot more about him than his terrible tattoo idea. It. Ame to light that not only was he addicted to heroine and evaded taxes, but he also abused his wife and son.#31Misspelled the name Jamie, Jaime.

I asked the client for the spelling and showed the client the laid out script before it was applied. So not my fault.

The client was very disgusted with himself for not knowing how to spell the name of the woman he loved enough to show it on his skin for life. I felt sorry for the guy so I offered him a cover-up at an incredible discount as well as the name re-applied spelled correctly, Unfortunately he never took me up on that offer#32I was doing a big ol’ tattoo of Cringer (aka Battlecat) on a really cool client’s leg. I got so into doing this big, awesome tiger head that I forgot that it WASN’T a goddamn tiger and colored the stripes black. I realized about a third of the way through filling them in and let the guy know. He was disappointed, but mostly okay with it; I felt like I was going to puke. I finished the thing feeling so fu**ing sick and then refused payment. Man, going from that feeling of elation to IMMEDIATE crushing disappointment was hard to shake, and kind of dazed me. It was extra crushing because it was a fun tattoo during a time when I wasn’t that busy and was doing mostly absolute dreck. The payment was just the icing on the top, so letting that go was hard too. Ugh, just thinking about it now is making me feel sick.#33Dang, I’m late to the party. This didn’t happen to me, but to an artist that used to work in the booth next to me.

Some lady comes in and wants a pocket watch with roses in her arm, so my coworker agrees to do it. The client specifically wanted the pocket watch to be stopped at “4:20”

He draws it up for her right arm and she’s soooo excited, but for some reason she decides to change it to the left arm last minute. No problem, he runs in the back to the printer to mirror the image. She loves it, and they slap the stencil on and start tattooing. When they’re almost done, he realizes when they mirrored the image, the clock doesn’t say “4:20” anymore, it says “7:40”.

He doesn’t know what to do besides finish the tattoo. When the client checks it out in the mirror, she doesn’t notice and fu**ing loves it. The lady ended up coming back a few weeks later to say once again how much she loved it! I always wonder if she ever found out…#34I’m late to the party! But… my grandma passed away and I got her date of birth, date of death, with a hummingbird and the phrase “your wings were ready but my heart was not.” So artist had it all drawn up, I approved it, she finished, I paid, and left. Got to my moms, showed her, she loved it! Posted a picture on Facebook, and five minutes later my cousin texts my mom about my grandmas date of birth, at that very moment I realized with horror that I had the wrong month in her date of birth… apparently November is the 11th month, not the 10th, who knew. Edit to add: I laughed as soon as I realized what had happened. My grandma would not have been pleased with me getting a tattoo in the first place, even though I have others, so I take the mistake as her last, fu** you. Also, missed a comma.#35I’ve been fairly lucky and able to fix or cover everything I’ve done.

It’s all little stuff like “always” only has 1 L, getting a date mixed up on translation while going through various fonts, or the dreaded starting coloring the wrong side of a nautical star. Sh** still gives me chills and I’ve developed a bit of OCD asking and double checking all the things. I’ve got 16 years in this game, and I am only human.

The absolute worst I’ve witnessed, a guy did a huge flowy script on a girl’s thigh. Supposed to be “Born 2 Lose”, actually said “Born 2 Loose”. The only thing I could do was a massive coverup.#36Apprentice here. Nothing major but bad karma on one tattoo from the get go that absolutely floored my confidence for a bit. Only recently did my first ever small tattoo on a client. Had to do a small range of flash ideas that I felt comfortable with. Had my mentor (who,judging by some other stories, I’m very lucky to have. Hes a sound dude) discuss with me beforehand my needle choices, placement technique, usual bits and was ready to go. Every felt ready. Midway through, my machine goes. Its brand new. My only one. Managed to sort it without much fuss. In doing so, in my panic put the wrong needle size in the machine when it came to replacing it with a fresh one. Botched a line when I realise almost immediately the size difference. Change again, nerves are shot, back at it. Brand new footpedal breaks. Replace it with an old one from my mentor. It breaks too. Power pack dies. That was brand new too. Panic. Spill my ink. Practically had a meltdown in my brain about what has happened. Carried on with another artists equipment. Apologising as calmly as I can to my client. Mentor calmed my nerves and I ended up pulling it out the bag and doing a job I was happy with somehow but most importantly, the client loved it. Anyway, not a crazy bad story but as an apprentice who’s also a fairly confident dude, I have never felt so absolutely floored in my life. Tattooing someone is monumentally stressful when all doesnt go to plan. I cant wait to do more and progress, but fu** me what a time for sh** to happen. My mentor helped me sort all my gear afterward and was super cool. Sat with me and said something like “Well. Of all the times and all the things that could’ve gone wrong. That was the absolutely perfect one for them” Nerve wracking stuff.#37I had a client who decided he wanted lettering on his forearms, sayings in Greek and Hebrew. He doesn’t speak either language, but he had one of his friends double check the spelling before he sent the references to me. Came in, we did the tattoos, pretty simple appointment.

Fast forward to a couple weeks later. I get a message from my client about the tattoo that was done in Hebrew. He owns a small construction/restoration company, and has a few Israeli guys who work for him. Apparently, they were giving him A LOT of crap for his Hebrew tattoo (he originally thought they were just messing with him), because it was spelled wrong. The font he had chosen off a quick google search essentially changed a couple of the letters (kinda like the difference between an “f” and a “t”), making it a completely different word. We ended up being able to fix it pretty easily and had a good laugh about it, but definitely beware when you’re getting tattoos in a language you and your artist don’t speak!

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People Find These Fake ‘Happy Amazon Employee’ Accounts, Can’t Stop Mercilessly Roasting Amazon

Amazon has been in the news again lately, as more and more employees are coming out and revealing details about the inhumane working conditions and quotas that some of them have to deal with. Currently, votes are being counted in an election to determine whether or not workers at the Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, will form a union. And Amazon is being accused of union-busting.

The company has always been very strongly anti-union in the US and appears willing to do pretty much anything from letting its workers unionize, including (allegedly!) straight-up lying. So much so that among real Fulfillment Center worker posts, they’ve (allegedly!) mixed in completely fake social media accounts where ‘employees’ defend the company and lambast unions. All with a big smile.

Now, people are calling out these fake profiles that not only sound fake (corpo-speak much?), some of them actually use stock or manufactured images for photos! Twitter has even banned a handful of these accounts that were pretending to be happy Amazon staff members. Bored Panda has collected some of the most egregious examples of Amazon (allegedly!) trying to manipulate its employees to have anti-union sentiments over the years. Scroll down to see the Brave New World we’re all living in and have a read through and upvote the most hilarious reactions to the latest scandal.

People have been calling out fake Twitter profiles that rush to defend Amazon and criticize unions

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For instance, one account used a stock image for a profile pic

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While another profile, confirmed to be fake by Amazon, used a photo created on a website

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People have been posting jokes and memes about the fake pro-Amazon profiles ever since#1

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If the Bessemer warehouse workers end up joining the Retail Wholesale and Department Store Union, this would be the very first union at Amazon in the United States. The situation is different across the pond in Europe where many workers are unionized and the working conditions are, frankly, better than for many Americans.

Some of the fake accounts were spreading straight-up misinformation. For example, Twitter user AmazonFCDarla said that she didn’t like unions because they allegedly don’t give people the ability to opt out of dues. Meanwhile, Alabama, a right-to-work state, allows its workers to opt out of paying these dues.

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According to Gizmodo, Darla’s profile photo might look real, but it’s most likely fake, probably created on the Generated Photos website. Gizmodo nearly managed to replicate her exact look. 

Amazon confirmed to the BBC that Darla isn’t an official company Ambassador (which are real employees paid to promote and defend the firm). “It appears that this is a fake account that violates Twitter’s terms. We’ve asked Twitter to investigate and take appropriate action,” a spokesperson told the BBC.

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Most of the accounts suspended by Twitter had been made a few days ago, had very few followers, and tweeted out only Amazon-related posts.

However, it’s not just made up, robotic corpo-sounding Amazon employees that have been defending the company. Some real staff members, including executives, have been doing so too. In short, they denied allegations about workers having to urinate in bottles, said that employees are proud of their jobs “and have great wages and health care from day one.”

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The exhausting working conditions at Amazon are probably nothing new to you, Readers. We’ve recently written about them right here and here if you need a refresher about the endless unfulfillable quotas, urinating in bottles, and pressure to work during your breaks.

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32 “The Poster, The Plot” Memes Describing Movie Plots In One Image

A movie poster itself is somewhat of an art form, catching your eye when you least expect it while walking your dog down the street, that makes you immediately cover yourself in popcorn, lurk in the dark cinema room and enjoy two hours of escapism. Well, sometimes movie posters can be misleading, but fear not, the users online came up with a new meme that will help you to understand what a movie is all about in no time. Or rather, it will make you chuckle and nod in agreement that no one could have described the movie better.

Check out the list below, let us know if you think that the users managed to explain the plot of the movies well, and vote for your favorite ones!

#1 The Mandalorian (2019-)

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#2 Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

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If you are a big fan of Keanu Reeves, then you totally should get ready for 101 mins of Keanu Reeves being himself and loving his dog Daisy in John Wick. And if you have seen The Witcher—then you know that it will be an episode of him staring into the distance and getting ready for another shenanigan. And Fifty Shades of Grey—well, it needs no explanation, as even if you haven’t seen it yet, you probably have already heard from your girlfriends what happens there and the whole plot could be easily explained with a spreadsheet straight from the Kamasutra.

#3 The Witcher (2019-)

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#4 Star Wars: Revenge Of The Sith (2008)

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#5 Sex And The City (2008)

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#6 Avengers: Endgame (2019)

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#7 Brokeback Mountain (2005)

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#8 Future Man (2017-2020)

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#9 Gin Tama (2005–2018)

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#10 The Godfather (1972)

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#11 Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice (2016)

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#12 Hannibal (2013-2015)

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#13 John Wick (2014)

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#14 The Drop (2014)

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#15 Inception (2010)

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#16 Call Me By Your Name (2017)

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#17 Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011)

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#18 To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Julie Newmar (1995)

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#19 The Big Flower Fight (2020-)

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#20 Avengers: Endgame (2019)

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#21 Ocean’s Eight (2018)

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#22 Hannibal (2013-2015)

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#23 Brokeback Mountain (2005)

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#24 Knives Out (2019)

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#25 Avengers: Endgame (2019)

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#26 I Am Not Okay With This (2020)

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#27 Supergirl (2015–2021)

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#28 Cats (2019)

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#29 Dunkirk (2017)

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#30 Us (2019)

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#31 Finding Nemo (2003)

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#32 Call Me By Your Name (2017)

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People On Twitter Are Poking Fun At Apple Maps In Response To A Viral Tweet Roasting Google Maps (29 Tweets)

Does anyone remember what it was like to drive somewhere or try to find a place you hadn’t been to before without a map on your phone? Not even talking about using a paper map and the last time you used one to get somewhere. Whether it’s Google Maps, Apple Maps, or even Waze, you may be more than dependent on a map application. But judging from the reactions to a post a user shared on Twitter with an image of a sinking car and caption “google maps deada** have you like this,” not all maps are equal and they don’t always lead to destinations.

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Below are 29 of the best posts and jokes about the struggles of using mapping applications that often leave their users lost and confused. But if you don’t know where you’re going, you can’t get lost, right?

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The people are once again divided—this time on what is better (or what is worse): Apple Maps or Google Maps. Of course, there is some percentage of Waze users that ensure that both of the most popular aforementioned apps are equally misleading and will take you through the worst route with the most confusing directions and no return back, meaning you will just end up stuck on the top of some tree.

The apps are getting roasted to the point that one Twitter user questions if Apple Maps creators are actually using the same app to get to work and have firsthand experience of how bad it can actually be.

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19 Pet Owners Share Pics Of Crimes And The Furry Criminals Behind Them

Pet owners are catching their furry friends in crime scenes, or, well, in some cases, discovering the crime scene and then figuring out immediately who committed the action. It’s fascinating that some of the pets think that there is no way you’ll find out who has round paws to walk all over a pie, sharp nails to test the sturdiness of the material of the sofa, or whose teeth are sharp enough to bite through an electrical cord. And all you get for an explanation is those heart-melting ‘it wasn’t me’ eyes.

And what do these criminals usually target, you might ask? Well, anything that is about to be shoved in the oven or just out of it, that has been freshly painted, or, in general, is intended to be kept tidy and neat. Check out the list below of the most notorious, but, let’s admit, cutest criminals and vote for your favorite ones!

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Twitter user @urfriendimane‘s post of a ready-to-bake pie base with tiny paw marks on it and the cutest kitten on the other side received 1.5M likes and over 232.6K retweets at the time of writing. And the people responded with numerous pictures of the crime scenes and their criminal pets, some looking more guilty than others and some not caring about what they have done.

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Some Twitter users were really concerned about whether the pie with the cat paw prints was eaten or not, which @urfriendimane reassured them it wasn’t. Many users shared not only photos, but also added stories of their culinary creations that, unfortunately, were used by cats to walk on or as an unauthorized spot to sharpen their nails. Well, perhaps the feline family members were just helping to decorate and therefore they are absolutely innocent?

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People Are Sharing Examples Of Pointless Gendering They’ve Encountered And Here’s 115 Of The Most Baffling Ones

Here’s a radical thought. Maybe men and women would get along better if companies and institutions stopped yelling about how different they are? I get it, everyone has their own opinion, and it’s a sensitive topic but come on. Toilet paper for women? A cookbook for men? Some things are just absurd. And you can find them on the subreddit r/PointlesslyGendered. This online community is dedicated to collecting examples of the division between the two genders our society so desperately insists on, and over the years have gotten themselves quite a load. Here are some of the worst ones.

#1 I Feel This Belongs Here

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#2 Dinosaurs Are For Boys

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#3 Random Low Key Pic From 4chan

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#4 Gendering Eggs Now, Are We?

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#5 “Male Doctor,” “Male Chef, “Male Racecar Driver”

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#6 Names Have A Gender?

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#7 Gatekeeping A Yellow Jacket, Among Other Normal Things

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#8 What To Get My Niece For Christmas

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#9 This Is The Worst One I’ve Ever Seen

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#10 Damn You, Spaghetti Sauce. If Only I Had A Man Around! Dinner Is Ruined!

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#11 And It’s Only $49.99!

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#12 Food Is Feminine

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#13 Pointlessly Gendered Shelter Caused Trans Student To Be Left Outside

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#14 In Estonian “Ta” (Or “Tema”) Means Both “She” And “He”, Google Translate Decides By Context

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#15 Shaming Elephants

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#16 True!

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#17 This Guy Gets It

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#18 Low Testosterone Male Pink Tool Set

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#19 Because Sexualising Babies Is Okay…

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#20 Fellas, Is It Gay To Touch Your Face?

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#21 Toothpaste For Men Only!

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#22 No Way

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#23 Gender Appropriate “Fun”

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#24 Need I Say More

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#25 “Things To Say When You’re Staring At A Boy Trying To Think Of What To Say”

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#26 Apparently It’s Gay To See Now

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#27 Same Items Inside… Hers Costs 30% More

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#28 Wait Until He Learns That Men Have Butt Cheeks Too

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#29 Accurate

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#30 Because That Is Totally How It Works

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#31 This Sign On The Door To Our Laundry Room

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#32 Cancer Isn’t Gendered, Support Shouldn’t Be Either

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#33 Had To Share

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#34 Pointlessly Gendered And Homophobic At The Same Time

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#35 Girls Don’t Have Ankles

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#36 Men Can’t Be Anorexic Apparently

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#37 Girls Live On A Different Planet

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#38 No Bro It’s War Paint

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#39 Pockets?!

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#40 Sounds Very Mormon

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#41 Fruity Drinks Are Bomb

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#42 Pink Bad For Rap

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#43 Fellas, Is It

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#44 Must Be Manly Even While Sheet Masking

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#45 Now It’s Food-Based!

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#46 Should Have Given The Woman’s Hand A Dress As Well Just To Make Sure

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#47 Pointlessly Gendered Lit Sides

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#48 Which Brunch Are You: Man, Woman Or Waffle?

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#49 Same Price, Same Ingredients But You Get 5 Less In The “Woman’s” Packet

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#50 Found This Gem On Tumblr

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#51 Fathering A Child? Sounds Pretty Girly To Me

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#52 It Starts Early… My Antenatal Clinic Showing How Boys And Girls Kick Differently In The Womb

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#53 Loose Fit Perhaps

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#54 Real Men Guess What They Look Like

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#55 Wth What Is This

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#56 Nail Polish Is Only For Girls

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#57 I Can’t With Gender Reveal Cakes

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#58 Goodnight Everyone Except The Person Who Created This

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#59 Grabbed Some Toilet Paper While In A Rush, Came Home To Realize That My Boyfriend Won‘T Be Able To Use It

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#60 Green Is Man, Red Is Woman

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#62 I Don’t Even Know Where To Start

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#63 Because Somehow Exercise And Dieting Can Be Gender Specific?

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#64 I Flipped Through Both. They’re The Exact Same Book

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#65 Fabletics Only Applies Their Military Discounts To Males. Females Are Not Eligible For The Military Discount

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#66 If This Ain’t The Truth

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#67 This Is An Old Monopoly I Used To Play With With My Sister. Guess We Weren’t Allowed To Do So

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#68 Can’t Believe This Stuff Still Gets Upvoted

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#69 Conform To Your Gender Roles!

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#70 Iced Or Hot?

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#71 Growing Up In A Conservative Christian Household Be Like

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#72 I’m A Bloke And I Definitely Don’t Look For Half Of These Things

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#73 Fellas Don’t Forget To Cover Your Megs

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#74 Oh F*** Off “Hair Ties For Men”

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#75 Boys Always Get The Coolest Stuff

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#76 Istg This Is So Accurate

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#77 Only Women Should Be Taught How To Read

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#78 Apparently White And Black Means It’s For Straight Guys

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#79 Accentuates Your Femininity And Your Stupidity

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#80 Sit Like A Lady

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#81 Because Only Girls Like Stars

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#82 The Mormon Tabernacle Choir

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#84 This Card I Found At Walmart

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#85 Just Why?

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#86 Garbage Can

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#87 This Shower Gel An Exchange Student Brought

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#88 Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire. Beauxbatons And Durmstrang Were Both Co-Ed Schools In The Books, But In The Film, Beauxbatons Was All Girls And Durmstrang Was All Boys, Because Apparently The French Are Feminine And The Bulgarians Are Masculine?

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#89 Cant Use Bathbombs Unless They Enhance My Manlyhood

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#90 Excuse Me What?

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#91 Because Women Can’t Hold The Big Tube?

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#92 Finally I Can Grab Some Sexy Screwdrivers For An Absolute Bargain

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#93 Help Ladies, Yellow Is Unacceptable For My Infant Daughter!

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#94 Nice Binoculars You Got There

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#95 Found On My Bfs Deodorant

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#96 The Good Ol’ Camo

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#97 Astronaut Emojis On Android, Thankfully They’ve Marked Their Gender

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#98 The Way Men And Women’s Clothing Is Advertised

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#99 What?

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#100 No Man Has Ever Been In A Red Lobster

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#101 Sorry, Ladies

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#102 There Are Two Genders, Princess And Kids

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#103 Just In Case Your Macho Bravado Isn’t Proof Enough That You’re A Man

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#104 Fellas, Is It Girly To Have A Heart In Your Body?

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#105 Sawdust Is Like Man Glitter

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#106 I Found The Counterpart For The Invisible Nail Polish

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#107 We Added Bows To Make Sure There’s Girls

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#108 It’s Exactly The Same Inflatable Crown

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#109 Double Whammy

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#110 From My Friend’s Snapchat

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#111 Oh Yeah Be Manly Use A Man Fork!

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#112 The Measurements Are The Same

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#113 I Had No Idea That Clipping Your Nails Wasn’t Manly Enough

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#114 Pillows, They Feel Exactly The Same

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