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Amusing Facts People Learned When They Were 'Today Years Old'

We've all got moments where we learn something amazing or shocking for the first time. And full disclosure: not all of these "facts" are true, but we still found them amusing nonetheless, and we hope you will too.

Funny tweets about things that people recently learned | Talaya @talayafromspace today years old found out nanny's name Parent Trap is not Jessie. Chessy Fictional character OVERVIEW PLAYED BY MOVIE VIDEOS PEOPI | today years old found out broccoli is made. cauliflower painted green
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Eye-Opening Tumblr Thread Explains The BS Of Women's Clothing Sizes

Practically any woman can relate to this scenario: you're in a clothing store and you find a pair of jeans you like. Only thing is, when you try them on, they're tight in one area and too loose in another. And when you find another size, the same thing happens. What gives? This fascinating Tumblr thread explains why brands intentionally make arbitrary clothing sizes and why celebrities always look like their clothes fit perfectly in every single photo!

Craving more Tumblr content? Check out this thread about the absurdity of learning a language!

Interesting Tumblr thread about clothing sizes and how celebrities get their clothes to fit so well | inkdot This weekend told story which, although kind ashamed admit because holy shit is ever obvious, is kind blowing my mind.
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No Need To Panic Over 'Murder Hornets,' According To This Informative Thread

Recently it was announced that the Asian giant hornet, otherwise known as the "murder hornet" had been spotted in North America for the first time earlier this month. While many of us have been downright panicking over it, others have been doing their research, like this woman, who decided to draft up a Facebook post of the misconceptions about our new little yellow friend. We hope it puts your mind a little more at ease!

Interesting Facebook thread explaining why the threat of "murder hornets" is largely sensationalized | Marianne Alleyne Monday at 5:10 PM Dropping some more hornet knowledge (compiled multiple posts have seen come by today, including Annie Rich Thompson): | NY Times ran story this weekend which promptly echoed through local media outlets about Asian Giant Hornet which they so thoughtfully deemed murder hornet so doing, they have blown problem way out proportion.
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Twitter Thread Explains Why Your Mental State Feels Like A Nightmare Right Now

These are incredibly strange times we're living in, and some of us are coping with being quarantined indefinitely better than others. This Twitter thread, written by Alexis Rockley, explains why you've been feeling rather off during this whole thing, but you just haven't been able to put your finger on why. We hope it'll shed a bit of insight into your own life. And always remember, it's important to be thankful for what you do have right now - trust us, it'll help.

Check out some mental health memes here.

Interesting Twitter thread about why people's emotional states are so all over the place during the pandemic | Alexis Rockley @alexisrockley Let be clear thread Those "all over place" feelings been having? They are symptoms stress, NOT personal failures yours. Do feel FLAKEY INCONSISTENT s b/c brain doesn't know news brace next, or next month will hold.
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Twitter Thread Tells The Story Of A Muslim Key-Keeper At A Holy Site In Jerusalem

For the first time since the Black Death in 1349, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem was closed amid coronavirus fears. Journalist David Videcette took to Twitter to tell the story of the Muslim family that has guarded the keys to the church since the seventh century. 

Scroll down for your history lesson for the day, but if you're craving more educational content, click here for some history memes!

Interesting Twitter thread about the person who holds the keys to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem | David Videcette @DavidVidecette This is the moment The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem was closed due to Coronavirus. Last time this happened was in 1349, during The Black Death, a bubonic plague pandemic. What’s fascinating about this story is the guy with the keys.
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Twitter Thread Details All The BS That Goes On In HR Departments

This Twitter thread written by @TheWrongNoel details the frustrating reason you may not have gotten picked to interview at your dream job. Hint: it's not because you aren't qualified, and more due to a lack of competence by the HR department.

Twitter thread about how HR departments choose who to interview for jobs | TheWrongNoel friend mine has been trying hire new employee her department medium-sized org. After advertising several times with few applicants, and couple rounds interviews new employee is less than great. Then she discovered there were other applicants..
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24 Classic 'Actual Advice Mallard' Memes Full Of Clever Life Hacks

We love the weird AF always-changing culture of memes nowadays, but sometimes we all just need a little OG fix. The "Actual Advice Mallard" meme is from all the way back in 2011. Can you even remember what was going on in 2011? We certainly don't. 

Anyway, enjoy these memes full of life hacks that you probably didn't previously know!

Classic "Actual Advice Mallard" memes
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15 Satirical Tweets From 'Today Years Old' That'll Blow Your Damn Mind

Today Years Old has to be the ultimate troll Twitter account because, we're not gonna lie, some of these tweets legitimately had us fooled. And we're still not entirely sure if all of them are fake or not. You're just gonna have to read through them and judge for yourself! 

satire tweets about being today years old when you learned that...
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