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'Bros Being Basic' Trolls the Sh*t Out of Typical Girls on Instagram

Besties. Bubble baths. Ben & Jerrys. You know the type. Instagram (and the internet at large) are awash with basic b*tchery, so it's high time that bros got in on the act, because friend pyramids don't discriminate between gender.

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Is This Woman a Slapstick Comedy Genius or the Queen of Bringing Real Pranks Back to the Internet?

Paige Ginn loves to get a good reaction out of strangers. Ginn's falls are all real, and she has the scraps and bruises to prove it.

Is she a slapstick comedy genius like Chevy Chase? Or is she just bringing real pranks (looking at you 'Social Experiments' and paid actor pranks) back to the internet?

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Kendall Jenner's Fake Fraternal Twin 'Kirby' Has a Better Instagram Than She Does

If you ever looked at model and 'Kardashian' Kendall Jenner's Instagram and thought something was missing you're in luck. Kirby Jenner is like a hilarious shadow, following around his 'twin sister' Kendall and adding that special something to her pictures. They seem so close, it's weird that she would just cut him out of their pictures for her own social media.

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Exhibit A: random fangirl posts her number to Harry Styles' Instagram. Random troll guy picks it up. Lolz ensue.

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What is with attaching deep lyrics to meaningless selfies?

Instagram of The Day: Artist is Sharing The 'Good News' With Punny Street Signs
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Have you heard the good news?

South African artist Jaco Haasbroek is out to make sure that you do.

His art project, The Good News, places posters of happy news (often with puns) around the city to brighten people's day.

He told Mashable he started the project after seeing a missing dog sign that said "STOLEN."

"It's quite sad when someone loses a pet," he said. "The idea popped into my head that by simply adding 'Our Hearts' at the bottom of the poster, it would completely change its meaning and turn into something positive."

You can check out more of the project on Haasbroek's Instagram.