1. Tech

    Pinterest Hacked and Invaded by Butts

    No. Your Pinterest friends didn't all just suddenly decide they're really into butts. The site was hacked, and the result appears to be a bunch of spam about weight loss and butts. Or maybe your friends just like butts now. Go ahead and ask them. Thanks to groundbreaking legal case Becky v. Mix-a-Lot, they cannot lie about it.

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  2. Weird

    “Janus” Was Probably Not The Best Name To Give Give This Storm, Weather Channel

    The Weather Channel does this thing now where they give practically every rain cloud a name so they can scare people into watching. They probably thought they were being clever by naming this one after the Roman god from which we derive the word "January." Instead it sort of backfired, didn't it? Really a bummer for everyone involved.

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  3. Weird

    Hungry? Here, Have Some Chocolate Buttholes

    Ladies, gentlemen, and variations thereof, we currently live in a world where it is indeed possible to purchase fine chocolate molded in the shape of a asshole. Truly, this is the most blessed timeline of all.

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  4. Entertainment

    Charmin Wins Twitter Today with Thor: The Dark World “Asgardian” Joke [UPDATED]

    Charmin isn't just jumping on the Thor bandwagon. They want you to know that they've always been an Asgardian. Get it? Because it sounds like "ass guardian" and they make toilet paper -- for your butt. This is brilliant marketing at its finest.

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  5. Tech

    Dollar Shave Club Starts Selling Wipes, Aims to Become Number One in Number Two

    Last year startup Dollar Shave Club launched to bring cheap razors to your door every month. A mail-order razor service is a good idea, but it really caught our attention because of the launch video. It let everyone know how "f**king great" DSC's blades were. Now the DSC is moving into a new market -- butt wipes. As we've come to expect, their video for new One Wipe Charlies is also pretty great.

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  6. Weird

    Cigarette Butts Help Bird Nests Repel Parasites

    No one likes seeing cigarette butts strewn about city streets. No one, that is, except maybe urban birds. New research shows bird nests that incorporated cigarette butts may be repelling unwanted parasites. It turns out the deadly chemicals contained in cigarettes may provide a useful service for birds. Based on known bird behaviors, it's also possible that birds are seeking out cigarette butts to put in their nests to repel pests.

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