A Reddit user's terrible Pokemon tattoo gets its own big-screen adaptation.
The comics #InternetASong, define #MyExIn5Words, list #FantasyCelebs and write #BeliebItOrNot facts.
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The comedians try to explain a car crammed in a dumpster and a man with a pitchfork through his ass.
A Danish boy shows off his questionable T-shirt, and robots get their own anti-cruelty PSA.
After seeing a child's off-color craftwork, the panelists come up with new projects for the youngster.
An unassuming gamer dominates the arcade, and a chocolatier finds unusual culinary inspiration.
The comedians guess the source of a strange audio clip and learn about a very American invention.
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Kid Rock makes some startling admissions, and Redditors take advantage of an exciting typo.
Does a routine Russian traffic stop involve a tank crushing a Prius or a cop punching a car window?
Does a gif of an oncoming truck in the wrong lane end in dismay and or in relief?
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