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Via Netflix
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We've been anxiously waiting for the next installment of the dystopian tech nightmare show Black Mirror, and this epic trailer does not disappoint. Drama, tension, sinister tech, and...Miley Cyrus? Bring it.

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Animals can be so ridiculous sometimes, and it's even better when we humans catch it on film. Now please enjoy this adorable saga of some cats guarding their territory from this little dog!

Via Jon Foor
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If you're a woman on Tinder then you've almost certainly run into this type of dude before. Because let's be honest, most of them do at least some of these things...

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This video shows how music has evolved throughout human history and it's honestly interesting AF! We're not going to spoil it for you, but the ending is pretty hilarious!

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Okay, so maybe having a home zoo with ducks and ferrets alike isn't a great idea, as this guy exemplifies. At least we get some entertainment out of it?

Via HiHo Kids
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These kids bring up some very valid questions about adulting! Really, why do we do taxes...? Maybe we should just have kids run the world.

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If you aren't familiar with the impressive art form known as "parkour," it's essentially an extra fancy way of moving from point A to point B in obstacle-course fashion, also combining gymnastics and probably a general lack of fear. 

This guy is clearly a pro, so we hope we don't have to tell you to not try this at home, dummy!

Via Andrew W
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Sh*t starts getting a little surreal when a single giant corporation owns tons of local news stations. In this particular instance, it's Sinclair Broadcast Group, which clearly has their stations set to the same script. 

This Big-Brothery video might just give you the chills.

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There's a very special place where Slipknot fans and Spongebob Squarepants fans can both rejoice, and it's within this video of Corey Taylor performing the show's theme song for a crowd in London. This magical moment may have occurred a few years ago, but the feels really never get old.