But you already knew these ones... right?
"My Ragdoll Kitty, Pwincess Buttahcups, has a BF. I found out when her BF, Phil, lost/left his collar on my porch. The owner's phone number was on the back of the tag, so I thought I'd have some fun...."
The news that popular Youtuber PewDiePie would be deleting his channel if he hit 50 Million subscribers has been trending for days. Well, he finally reached that number of subscribers and he did it! HE DELETED HIS CHANNEL!!!
His secondary channel that barely gets used...
Some people weren't really surprised by this:
via @Chaosxsilencer, @mikeshinoda
But, to the few out there who probably subscribed only to get him to delete the channel:
Fyrkantig, Sparsam, Dagstorp, Grundtal. Unless you speak Swedish, these words can only mean one thing: Ikea.
But no more. Ikea, who for years has named their comfortable, affordable, and dorm room-ready furniture by following a pretty strict system, is now in the trolling business, and business is good.
Last night, for reasons unknown, so for now we’ll just assume that they thought it would be funny, Ikea replaced the names of their products with common Google searches. So suddenly a thing like Lattjo becomes “My Family Doesn’t Respect Me” and Memnes becomes “My Friend Only Talks About Himself.”
This is all apart of “Ikea's Retail Therapy.” Through this site, Ikea doesn’t just furnish your apartment with practical and fashionable Swedish goods, but also fixes your life — or, at least, gives you something to buy, so you can forget about your actual problems. Check it out.
Haters are saying it's photoshop but we're holding out hope that someone is telling Donald Trump to keep what's really important (the LEGO Bionicle series) in mind when making policies.