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Jealous Guy Smashes Ex-GF’s Vibrator in Revenge Because “She Loved it More” Than Him

Apparently, it was better than him.

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Hell hath no fury than a woman scorned – we all know this cliche too well. But apparently, it has an alternative version: Hell hath no fury than a man who had his penis, err, ego scorned. You see, one man unleashed his rage over his ex-girlfriend’s vibrator, which he claims she prefers more than his member.

Meet Rich Moore, a 33-year-old man from Orpington, London. He enjoyed a fleeting moment of fame when he made it to the news, thanks to his violent outburst that claimed two casualties: his ex-girlfriend’s trusty vibrator and her $200 pair of sunglasses.

Just the mere sight of his ex-girlfriend’s vibrator was enough to spark his rage.

Reports say that after the couple’s breakup, Moore went to his ex-girlfriend’s apartment to collect his stuff. And while he was there rummaging around for his things, he caught glimpse of the vibrator and all hell broke loose.

He explained in an interview,

“She loved the dildo more than me.”

Moore confessed, “I found the dildo and I just ripped it up.”

Sarah Mills, Moore’s ex-girlfriend, upon learning that her vibrator and her pair of sunglasses had been smashed to bits, mercilessly reported him to the police for the damage.

Apparently, men can get jealous over inanimate sex objects, particularly when women prefer it over their “performance.” Well, we guess it’s just too bad that the dildo is more satisfying than what he has to offer. We just hope that men will not lose it when this happens, just like how Moore did.

Talk about a bad case of male ego and feelings of sexual superiority.

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Female Terrorists in Nigeria Used Babies to Carry Out Suicide Bombings

This is just so sick!

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Investigation of a recent terrorist attack, which occurred early in the morning near a checkpoint in the town of Madagali in Adamawa State, Nigeria earlier this year, revealed that female suicide bombers used babies to avoid detection, authorities report. The total number of casualties remains unknown.

Two suicide bombers, who were allegedly from the group Boko Haram, were responsible for the attack. The explosion claimed the lives of the suspects, two babies, and four others.

According to reports, four women were carrying bombs. Two were stopped at the checkpoint while the other two were mistaken for civilians because they were carrying infants, hence they were allowed to go past the checkpoint. After they got past, they detonated their bombs.

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14 Times Kids Hilariously Took Things Too Literally

Can kids get any more clever than this?

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It is a delight to have children around. Their sweetness, wits, and antics never fail to amuse us. However, no matter how lovable and adorable kids are, they still drive us crazy sometimes, especially when we give them instructions and they decide to take things a tad bit too literally.

As parents, we just can't help but laugh and be amazed at how mentally bright these kids are. Sometimes, we even see ourselves in them, seeing how similar they are to us when we were kids. So we guess we really can't blame them if they grow into clever, sassy, and sagacious adults. We gave them those genes, didn't we?

Here is a compilation of a few photos that show how some smart kids took things too literally (and sometimes, have things go their way).

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‘Rings’ Movie Prank Scares The Hell Out Of Customers at a TV Store

Hilarious scenes ensue when store customers get shocked by a prank set up in time for the horror movie’s release.

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There are horror movies that are sure to remain favorites of fans around the world. One of these iconic scary flicks is the Ring franchise. We also can't deny the fact that this scary movie inspires a lot of hilarious pranks.

The first Ring movie was released in Japan on January 31, 1998. It's based on the mystery horror novel written by Koji Suzuki which was first published in 1991. The tale features an urban legend involving a videotape, which is believed to be cursed. People die after watching it.

This has become an iconic horror film scene.

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