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English Diver Tom Daley Asked the Internet for Photoshop Help and It Went Predictably Wrong

Tom Daley was either hoping for a Twitter cover photo made of memes or has never used the internet. This is why he asked for people to submit their photoshops of an image of him to use as his new cover photo. You can probably guess where this is headed but that doesn't mean you can't still enjoy the results.

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Ayesha Curry's New Cooking Show Sparked a Meme That Adds a Little Judgement to Her Hot Cooking Tips

Ayesha Curry is the wife of basketball star Steph Curry and now she has her own cooking show. She's got a reputation for being a woman of the utmost respectability. She has a food and lifestyle blog, and she's not afraid to call out the rest of society for "barely wearing clothes these days." Thanks to her new cooking show, she's at the center of this hilarious, judgey meme.

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And I quote, as posted on their Facebook page over the weekend:

"We have announced today that Black Desert Online will get special butt pose victory animations in the new Crimson Battlefield PvP mode, which was added as part of the Mediah Expansion earlier this week.

"The Crimson Battlefield is an instanced 40v40 PvP mode which can be entered in groups of five or individually. When players emerge victorious, their characters will flaunt their buttocks right before the end results screen appears. The new animations are unique to each class and will be available to both genders."

The first series of butt pose animations will be added during next week's maintenance and will be made available at no additional cost. A wider range of optional butt pose animations will be made available through the cash shop at a later stage."

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A British Newspaper Fell for This Troll's Fake Letters Again and Again

Irish writer Seamus O'Reilly has been trolling newspapers like Metro with "Rush Hour Crush" letters and stories of good samaritans. Though a lot of them get rejected, these hilarious fake stories have made it in the paper more than a few times. As O'Reilly told Mashable, "It's not for me to say I'm a genius of the short form letter gag. That's for others to say. On a near constant basis. To every single person that they meet." Enjoy.

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