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“Couple” in Tinder Hilariously Envisions Their Miserable Future Together in 20 Messages

Normal couples try to stay away from this topic for as long as they can, but things escalated quickly for this odd couple on Tinder.


Connecting with total strangers on the dating app Tinder can give you the best conversation of your life or probably the worst. Compared to actual dating, online dating gives people the liberty to be whoever they want to be and that includes becoming the worst possible versions of themselves.

In less than 20 text messages, an odd “couple” on Tinder managed to imagine their future miserable life together. From their upcoming wedding to the bitter end of their marriage, the two creatively wove a story we often witness in real life.

Screenshots of the hilarious conversation of two complete strangers  gained Internet fame after being shared on Imgur. Like many conversations on Tinder, the two began with light flirty messages but things escalated quickly as their topic quickly shifted to planning their miserable future together.

Ironically, the strangers ended up exchanging numbers at the end of their conversation.

Check out their hilarious exchange of messages below.







Rude Tourist Gives Monkey The Middle Finger And Gets Instant Karma!

Looks like this monkey studied sign language.

Monkeys are intelligent animals. They are pretty much like humans -- they get excited, happy and sometimes, agitated. We are not sure what extremely provokes monkeys to act the way they do when they become violent but we are guessing, one of the reasons is showing a middle finger in front of them.

In this video we found, a man was seen passing by a street with his companion. They saw a Shimla monkey and stopped in front of it. When the monkey noticed that he got the attention of the man, it suddenly jumped atop its cage and flashed a wide grin.

But then the man, instead of being nice to the primate, rudely pointed a middle finger in front of it. Obviously, the monkey did not like it and did this...

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This is The World’s Deadliest Bullet and This is How It Works

Quite possibly the world’s deadliest bullet today.

Considered by many as the world’s deadliest bullet, the G2 Research-produced Radically Invasive Projectile is being marketed by the manufacturer as “the last round you will ever need.” And it’s really pretty lethal!

A video demonstration of the bullet in action (shown in slow motion) gives you an idea about how destructive the weapon is. The ammo is shot against different targets (such as a watermelon, a block of ice, and a hollow block) and you’ll be blown away by the amount of damage that this little baddie can do.

According to the Georgia-based company, the bullet opens “nine separate wound channels” that will surely “take out all your vital organs” making them immediately explode at first contact.

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Teens Attempt to Use Encyclopedia For Research. Their Reactions? Hilarious!

A group of teens were presented with a set of encyclopedias. Watch their hilarious reactions as they were asked to do some research.

Encyclopedias are printed books with detailed credible information that everyone used as a reference back when there was no internet. These books were the main source of information since the Ancient Greece and Rome. As such, academic institutions were required to have these set of books in their libraries as sources of information. However, in 2012, Encyclopedia Britannica (the most popular Encyclopedia) announced that the 2010 edition would be the last printed encyclopedia as they will focus on their online version.

In January 2001, an online encyclopedia called Wikipedia was created by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. Wikipedia has then become one of the most visited websites and one of the main sources of information. Since it is a free-access, free-content Internet encyclopedia, it has become the go-to source of fast information for everyone who has internet access. This has prompted encyclopedia publishers to stop printing.

Come 2015, a few years after the last encyclopedia was published, a group of teens was tasked to research information using these books.

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