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Do you remember the last time you had McDonald's ice cream? Neither can we. A big reason for that is because their ice cream machine is always broken. This is such a widespread issue that it's become a meme, there's a real-time internet map of broken McDonald's machines, and now, thanks to Johnny Harris, there's an impressively comprehensive investigative documentary that gets to the bottom of this fast food phenomenon.

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While Tiger King mania seems to have died down a bit since its March release, people have been dying to snag an interview with the show's oft-maligned "villain," Carole Baskin. The controversial character (and nemesis of Joe Exotic) resents the way the Netflix documentary seems to insinuate that she murdered her ex-husband and fed him to her big cats. She's been largely silent in the media - until comedian pranksters Josh Pieters and Archie Manners managed to convince her that Jimmy Fallon wanted to do an interview with absolutely no mention of Tiger King. Using recordings from previous Fallon interviews, the duo managed to conduct the interview without a hitch. And it's pretty glorious.

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Fresh 'Tiger King' Memes Because No One Can Get Over The Damn Show

Thank God for the existence of totally absurd sh*t like Tiger King that helps us forget about the coronavirus pandemic for a miraculous five seconds. And if you're craving more, feel free to take a little visual stroll through our last Tiger King gallery here!

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Attenborough, popularly known as the erudite voice behind BBC's Planet Earth documentaries, is no stranger to unique and bizarre animal behaviors. However, there are few species as perplexing as homo sapiens screamius, otherwise known as the common fangirl. As fascinating as they are annoying, these adolescent female humans exhibit herd mentality hysterics often reserved for swarming bees or fleeing Serengeti zebras, and their fleeting obsessive behavior can only be deciphered by zoology's foremost thinkers.

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