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In less than a month Pokémon GO! has taken this planet by storm. Look around you, and you're apt to see someone with a fixed gaze on their phones, swiping upwards aggressively, scowling at their screens, trying to catch 'em all.

It's insane how big this game is. Pokémon GO! is more popular than Tinder right now, and was more popular than porn for a brief bit of time as well. Plus Pokémon GO! is tracking more than 21 million daily active users, so that's pretty damn chill...

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Evan Scribner was busted by his girlfriend when she opened up his Pokémon GO account to discover that the cheating trainer had been roaming the high grass in a territory he shouldn't be.

Scribner's spot was blown when his girlfriend noticed the New York neighborhood where Evan caught a Zubat was the same area his ex-girlfriend lived. Pokémon GO uses geolocation services to monitor where and when each Pokémon caught is found. Soo, yeah, Evan had no excuse.

“She saw that I had caught a Pokémon while at my ex’s house,” a broken-hearted Scribner told The Post. “She found out last night at my house and hasn’t contacted me since then,” Scribner said.

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Shane Birkinbine of Bentonville, Ark., used “Super Mario Maker,” to pull off all the stops in his pursuit toward marrying the love of his life. For those unaware, "Super Mario Maker" lets users create levels.

Birkinbine configured the levels to propose to his girlfriend Pam Edwards. As Brikinbine's girlfriend Pam Edwards played through the level, he directed her on how to proceed...

“It spells out your name, I think?” he says.

“How did you do that!” she shouts as the words “Pam, will you marry me? appear in blocks across the screen.

Edwards said 'yes' quickly followed by 'of course.' Birkinbine sealed the perfectly tailored proposal by presenting the ring on a mushroom.

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