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Woman's Savage Viral Obituary Is Blowing Twitter's Mind

The inevitability of death is something that all humans share - regardless of politics or religion. Another would be the fact that most of us want to be remembered positively. Obituaries are one way in which those who have passed can be semi-immortalized, and are generally reserved to vague pleasantries and celebrations. Every now and then, however, there is an exception. The shockingly shade-filled obituary of Kathleen Dehmlow falls into this category. 

Twitter user @RandBallsStu was first to notice the scathing, five-paragraph obituary. The obit starts off innocently enough, detailing her birth, marriage, and the birth of her first two children. That's when things get weird. Apparently, Dehmlow became pregnant by her brother-in-law and moved to Califonia - leaving her children Jay and Gina to be raised by her parents. The account becomes more bitter from there, leaving us to assume that Jay and Gina might have had something to do with the publication. 

@RandBallsStu's tweet quickly went viral, with other Twitter users expressing their shock - and glee - at the hate-filled death notice. 

Viral obituary Kathleen Dehmlow, JAy and Gina.
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memes pepe hate symbol The Anti-Defamation League Calls the Pepe Meme a Hate Symbol and It Feels Real Bad Man
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 The Anti-Defamation League has labeled Pepe the Frog as a hate symbol because white supremacists on the internet have made bigoted versions of Pepe... not as rare as they ought to be. From the ADL website:

In recent years, with the growth of the "alt right" segment of the white supremacist movement, a segment that draws some of its support from some of the above-mentioned Internet sites, the number of "alt right" Pepe memes has grown, a tendency exacerbated by the controversial and contentious 2016 presidential election.  Though Pepe memes have many defenders, not least the character's creator, Matt Furie, who has called the alt right appropriation of the meme merely a "phase," the use of racist and bigoted versions of Pepe memes seems to be increasing, not decreasing.


via Anti-Defamation League

memes george w bush A Waitress Got a Lot of Hate After Tweeting About Her Tip From George W. Bush With a 9/11 Joke
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This woman went to work as a server and had President George W. Bush and his wife as customers.  Apparently, they were pretty nice and left a "hella" tip. When she shared the picture they took together she referenced the conspiracy theory that "Bush did 9/11" as a joke.   

At first it was funny, but she got more attention than she planned on getting. 




The Tweet also got a lot of hate. Eventually it became necessary to let people know that she wasn't serious. 


Come on, Internet, can't you guys take a joke?