Australia has a known reputation to get a little absurd with their PSAs. Their most recent campaign paid for by Australia's Transport Accident Commission depicts a hairy man with no neck, air bag nipples, and a Juggernaut-style head built to survive any car wreck.

A trauma surgeon and crash expert joined forces to create Graham and, like Stoner Sloth, the internet instantly fell in love with him.

Buckle up for safety! But, if you've got hundreds of nipples you should be legit.

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A major corporation runs a campaign to let people on the internet be a little creative with their brand and said campaign fails spectacularly because people are awful. Sound familiar? It's a tale as old as time. Or at least as old as Wifi. This time the social media screw up is burger themed, YUM!

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"I want to be the very best"

22-year-old Nathan Wall warned his mother that there wasn't room for two pokémasters in the house. So, when his 48-year-old mom Sharon asked her son how to get Pokémon GO, Nathan decided to send her on her first Pokémon journey.

Nathan instructed her to bring a coded card to the register of a local Tesco and say 'I want to be the very best.'

She did it.

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Meredith McIver is the speech writer who took responsibility for Melania Trump's plagiarism (you may have heard about it?). But people aren't convinced that Meredith is even real, leading to the internet's new favorite conspiracy theory. Is Meredith McIver a fake persona created by Trump? Let's examine the evidence.

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Somebody just lost their job.

Third Eye Blind was asked to play at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland before GOP convention attendees and the band didn't hold back from voicing their opinions on the Republican platform.

"Who here believes in science?" and other pro-LGBT statements were muttered to the audience, followed by a crowd of boos. Third Eye Blind went deep into their archive to pull out their most Republican rage-fueled songs packed with the most obscure lyrics.

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