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Pyramid Scheme Posts That Showcase Grandiose Levels Of Cringe

On one hand, we do feel kind of bad for the people who get sucked into these pyramid schemes because often times multi-level marketing companies will pray on unemployed single moms or others in vulnerable situations. But on the other hand, we can't really ignore how effing annoying all of the #BossBabe posts on Facebook are. See for yourself when you scroll down.

And in conclusion, here's a little life tip for you: if an "opportunity" feels suspiciously like a scam, then it's likely a scam.

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15 WTF Craigslist Ads That Really Out-Trashed Themselves

Craigslist can really be the ultimate melting pot of WTF - after all, that's kind of what you get when you have an online forum where absolutely anyone can post their ads. Lucky for us though, the weirdest ads provide us with the best entertainment...scroll down to see some of our favorites!

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Here is the proof he provides defending his stance of embittered outrage on the matter:


And I quote: OWL TURD? MORE LIKE "OWL JUST HELP MYSELF TO YOUR ORIGINAL COMIC IDEA"


And he keeps spewing out more enraged fiery sentiments: "AWKWARD YETI?" MORE LIKE "AWKWARD YET I HAVE NO PROBLEM STEALING ARTWORK"

Poorly Drawn Lines steps up to toss some more wood on the fire:



And, honestly it just keeps going:















Oh, and did we forget to mention that this whole thing might've been an expertly crafted April Fool's Day prank? Whoops.

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After opening a bag of what was supposed to be Asian rice noodles, a man shows us that he discovered much of the contents of the bag were pieces of plastic impostors that seem to intentionally look like the real thing!