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Christian YouTube vlogosphere stars Sam and Nia told the world that they were pregnant via a crazy video in which Sam stole his wife’s urine out of a toilet, administered a pregnancy test, and waved the positive results around in her face like a child proud of a spectacular balloon animal. The video went viral, and… READ MORE »


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At some point earlier this week, a picture of a Clinton-Gore button featuring a Confederate flag went viral, with people on the left hoping it wasn’t real, and many on the right insisting that it totally was and that both Clinton and Gore loved the Confederate flag, thus something-something, I don’t know.

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The online poll about whether a Minnesota couple should have an abortion or bring the pregnancy to term? Totally an anti-abortion hoax. (Obviously.) Pete and Alisha Arnold confirmed to CNN that they bought the domain name BirthOrNot.com four months before she got pregnant and were trying to “make a point” about abortion. However, for… READ MORE »


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Poor little Justin Bieber has yet another awful trending topic about him. “Justin Bieber takes estrogen pills.” I wonder if he likes that better or worse than the previous trending topics that he “molests fans,” “had a testicle removed,” or “impregnated his mother.” Darn you, 4Chan or whoever is cyber bullying the Biebs. Don’t you… READ MORE »


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Coo-coo-bananas story of the day time! A man in Ghana claims he woke up one day to discover he had transformed into a woman and subsequently gave birth to a baby girl. Kwanbena Benie, 24, a “fetish priest,” the West African name for a spiritual advisor, says that when he was 13 years old, he… READ MORE »


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Justin Bieber and his fans had a rough Independence Day. Hackers set out to destroy the little guy with the lesbian fringe. Yesterday, these anti-Bieberites rigged YouTube clips of the little songster so that when ‘tween fans clicked on them, they would be redirected to porno sites. Noooo! Next, came a hoax—a pop-up announcement that… READ MORE »