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When nobody’s around, Guy Fieri likes to gnaw on an uncooked brick of ramen.

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URTS (unperforated restroom toilet paper) — The toilet paper only an office building landlord could love.™

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"Cock-a-doodle-dammit."

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some rooster on Monday morning

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Does Taylor Swift have a belly button?

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'zausted

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Never look directly into the bright side of life.

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Not sure the Blacksmith would approve. Velveeta Cheesy Skillets Ultimate Cheeseburger Mac with added Polar shiitake, oyster and nameko mushrooms, Ro-Tel tomatoes and habaneros, and Bim’s Kitchen African Lemony Piri Piri.

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It’s just a flesh wound!”

This just made the whole thing better. In the same way Darths and Droids does…

"Come back here and take what’s coming to you! I’ll bite your legs off!"

Why haven’t I ever made this connection before!? (animated GIF set)

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When the Progressive commercial makes fun of the Garlic Festival and I’m, like… Hey! I wanna go to the Garlic Festival!

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Synchronized Napping

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For those who have moved beyond Hershey’s Kisses, Hershey proudly introduces Hershey’s Dry Humps.

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Beer-stein pasta and marinara with brats on the bottom.

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Wait for it…

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"I wish our team wasn’t about to win the game!"

The people watching sports at Buffalo Wild Wings are the worst fans ever.

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(via When Poets Sell Out — 7 Shameless Examples of Product Placement in Poetry)

There are more than a few people who bemoan the proliferation of product placement in today’s entertainment world, but unbeknownst to them, this is not a recent phenomenon. For centuries now, highly respected poets have been more than willing to skillfully plop a brand into their works in exchange for a bit of money (or a decent bottle of absinthe). After a bit of light research, I have found seven blatant examples of this foul practice that you might not have noticed back in English Lit class.

Source: adtothebone.com