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Since the dawn of the internet, we've always had lying liars around that are ready to spread mindless BS into the world.

It's like they will themselves into believing that someone else out there on the internet isn't going to take the time to fact check them, or take a few seconds to do a quick reverse image search on Google.

UK-based comedian Wesley Metcalfe goes around trolling angry customers by pretending to be "customer support" on companies' Facebook pages.

It seems to be convincing enough to actually fool some people.

For a cute but big cat fail, here's a mistaken animal lover who thought she'd found a stray cat. This viral Twitter thread effectively breaks down what it's like living with grief.

The cool and collected nature of this patron just trying to enjoy his cocktail with a fresh lit cigarette, while being held up at gunpoint is heroic. It features the "ball and box" analogy to illustrate living with grief, and many folks seem to be connecting deeply with it.

Jessie Nizewitz, a contestant on VH1’s “Dating Naked,” has filed suit in New York, seeking million in damages for emotional distress, humiliation and embarrassment after the show allegedly failed to properly blur her genitals. See video: VH1’s ‘Dating Naked’ Pulls Off Nude Flash Mob in Downtown LA According to the lawsuit obtained by The Wrap, Nizewitz signed on to the show before it had a name.

So, they proceeded to stand up for themselves, took the terrible boss to court, and ended up winning ,000 for what could have been a mere 5 offense.Makes the millennials look pretty reasonable after all.What can we say, maybe this Tumblr user's cat is hot?See video: Stephen Colbert Can’t Wait Until All TV Is Naked The suit alleges that screenshots of the image were almost immediately shared via social media, adding to Nizewitz’s embarrassment and ridicule.“Defendants knew or reasonably should have known that broadcasting an individual’s vagina and anus on national cable television would cause substantial and severe emotional distress,” the suit states.

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