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I have scoured the internets to bring you the best! Actually, I found and have been having the time of my life.

There are others Like Us. I always suspected.
Apparently everyone in the world has already seen this, but it’s still good.
This almost, almost makes me want to take up skateboarding.
Homeschooler Song!
Go to Wales.
Your New Leader.
Best cat macros. What is a macro? I do not know, but they are funny.
Simply exquisite. “The Fuegians (from Tierra del Fuego) have a succinct word – ‘mamihlapinatapai’ and it means ‘two people looking at each other each hoping the other will do what both desire but neither is willing to do’.” Wonderful!
Further awesome. “Selcouth sel’kooth, adj (Old English sel(d)cuth, from seldan seldom, and cuth, known) Strange; unfamiliar; marvellous. Combining the sense of strangeness with that of wonder, selcouth is a fantastic self-referential word, being both marvellous and (to most English speakers) entirely unfamiliar. No word is really synonymous with it, and it reflects very well the sense of wonder and amazement at seeing something truly new and unusual. Enjoy it!”

Too much non-online stuff is happening to really make it worthwhile discussing, so I shall leave you!

You seem to have stumbled upon a storytelling of ravens. Watch for falling collective nouns; you may find a wing of dragons or a charm of hummingbirds caught in your hair. Hardhats are recommended.

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