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This head-turning fashion statement combines two polar opposite shoes into one glorious thing. Also know as “the mullet of the shoe world”. Where do they sell this crap? We have no idea.

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These dog muzzles are made with a print on the outside that makes them look like your dog is actually half-human… when in reality he’s just a regular dog that’s mad at you for putting this stupid muzzle around his mouth. Yeah, they really do sell some awkward stuff on Amazon…

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What happens when kids who play in these playgrounds finally grow up? Well… scroll down to find out! P.S. Why are Russians so obsessed with squatting in tracksuits? What’s your theory? Please leave it in comments.

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Thanks to the popularity of Chernobyl TV series, Instagram influencers are now risking getting cancer and disrespecting the victims of Chernobyl nuclear disaster in order to attract more followers. We truly live in a strange time…

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Featured below are works of American street artist Damon Belanger who was commissioned to install 20 fake shadows in the downtown area of Redwood City in order to bring more creativity to the area.

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