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Grunge rockers Nirvana show their distaste for following the rules in this hilarious recording from British music show 'Top of the Pops.' Apparently the show runners would force bands to perform live vocals over pre-recorded back tracks. The Seattle band predictably deemed this to be un-rock and roll, and, instead of backing out, trolled the entire performance of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" in their own goofy and irreverent way.

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30+ Insane Photos And Videos That Reveal The Brutal Side Of Nature

You're not going to find any cute animal photos on the Nature is Metal Instagram or subreddit. Instead, the sites focus on the gruesome side of the natural world, opting to feature the often bloody and sad reality of the food chain. Though much of the content is not for the faint of heart, there are a couple non-disturbing gems: a hilariously awkward giraffe showdown, and an alligator's failed attempt at having elephant for dinner. 

Gruesome bloody animal photos, nature is metal, predator, prey, lions,t igers, bears, killing.
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Man Becomes DMV Hero After Sharing His Family's Tradition Of Hilarious ID Photos

Comedian Jono Zalay has charmed Twitter after sharing his family's tradition of trolling the government via identification photos. Over the years he's taken on characters ranging from mulleted muscle men to someone that could be Riff Raff's soul patched cousin. 

Zalay walked the world through his latest transformation on Twitter last night, showing us the step by step process of going from clean-cut young man to spiky haired punk rocker. We're anxious to see what his final ID looks like, and definitely hoping this starts a trend that makes going to the DMV a bit more tolerable.

Comedian Jono Zalay trolling DMV, funny family tradition, identification photos, characters, punk rock, twitter.
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Featuring special guest star Carl Sagan and, of course, Ugandan Knuckles. We grieve for the minds of future generations.