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The Best Way to React to a Scammer on Facebook Is to Troll Them Back

It's not often that people run into a real life Nigerian scammer but Imgur user @ActualFloridaMan did. Rather than block them immediately, this guy decided to have a little bit of fun.

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Nathan Fielder's Latest Prank Just Ended Countless Relationships

Nathan Fielder gave his Twitter followers this challenge:

"Experiment: text the person ur dating "I haven't been fully honest with you" then dont reply to them for 1 hr (& tweet pic of thr response)."

The result? A whole lot of hurt feelings...

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A Man Who Shares the Name of a British Department Store Answered All the Tweets People Sent Him After the Store Released Its Christmas Ad

John Lewis is famous for releasing a touching Christmas advertisement every year. Of course there's another John Lewis who ends up getting all the Tweets that people direct to the department store and he's just a guy living in America. Fortunately, he has a great sense of humor about it.

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Twitter Trolls a British Politician the Minute He Returns to Twitter After a Social Media Hiatus

There might have been a reason Michael Gove took a break from Twitter... This Conservative Party politician rejoined Twitter after several months of inactivity. When he threw in a reference to a British sitcom that has been simultaneously voted the best and worst sitcom "ever" it was the perfect invitation for Twitter trolls to strike.

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In response to a "Public Spaces Protection Order" that threatens to make activities like begging, feeding birds, and street performances illegal, two artists in Chester, England have put up placards on benches to raise awareness about the effect this order will have on the homeless:

"If you shut your eyes for more than ten seconds whilst on this bench, you may be deemed asleep, and risk facing an ASBO. By Order of Public Space Protection Orders under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014."

The plaques have been removed by the city, but more than 15,000 people have already signed a petition to stop the PSPO.