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Let's face it. Some people just shouldn't use the Internet.

This list includes embarrassing parents, celebrities without PR agents to stop them from saying stupid things on Twitter, and anyone who thinks Justin Bieber's music is actually good.

And then there are the people who haven't quite figured out just how obnoxious they are when sharing on social media. People like this ...

The Does It All Mom
You know the type. She's waxing the car, shaving her legs, making organic, free range, Bento box lunches for five children, WHILE chairing the PTA ALL AT ONCE. And never chipping a nail.

"Just had a great workout! Now I'm going to juice a carrot! If you don't juice your carrots you'll die!" 

"It's Obama's fault the Steelers lost! THANKS, OBAMA!"

"My sweet little snookums dollbaby angel face just bought me lingerie and we're gonna get frisky later!"

Uhhhh....

If you're one of those people, well, don't be one of those people.

And if you KNOW one of those people, we feel sorry for you.

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Odd behavior is sort of a hallmark of being famous. We've come to expect some celebrities to pull ridiculous stunts in the name of art or self-promotion.

When Shia LaBeouf wears a paper bag on his head, we tip our heads to the side and tap our chins and go "hmmm..." and wait for answers.

When James Franco hits on an 18 year old on Instagram, we accuse him of being a dirty old man and then realize that's exactly what happens in his newest flick, label it a publicity stunt, and move on to the next scandal.

But then there are our pop stars and the Twitter users who love and loathe them who ask questions that really make us think ..

Why Does Lady Gaga Look Like a Hash Brown?
Good question, @luisspears. Very good question indeed.

Too bad the only answers we can really come up with for these 23 questions for pop stars which cannot actually be answered are "because" and "drugs, of course."

But there's really no way to explain Miley Cyrus' right knee. 

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Remember that movie you could, and did, watch on repeat as a child?

On VHS, no less, until the tape actually fried in half after you suffered through the indignity of watching your favorite movie with those weird squiggles on the screen that you couldn't get rid of no matter how hard you tried to adjust the VCR?

Yeah. That movie was probably terrible.

Space Jam
Michael Jordan as Michael Jordan. Bugs Bunny as Bugs Bunny. Bill Murray as some old dude in space who loves basketball. WHAT?

Sorry (not sorry) to burst your childhood bubble. The plots were absent! The action sequences were clearly fake! The music was forgettable. And what was Michael Jordan thinking??

Aside from Josh Hutcherson and Jessica Alba, nothing good came from the following films. Above, check out 17 movies you loved as a kid that are actually terrible.

Sorry to burst your bubble.

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When it comes to beauty and body image, no one is as heavily to blame for society's unrealistic standards as the fashion and modeling industries and those who wield the almighty Photoshop tools.

(And Barbie, but that's another story...)

One thing's for sure when it comes to Photoshop: NO ONE IS SAFE. Not even our BFF Jennifer Lawrence! NOT EVEN BABIES! Yes, this goes beyond glossy magazines.

Even adorable, cute, amazing, giggling little babies who just want to drool on their bibs and chew their feet aren't off limits from advertisers. Case in point:

Fisher-Price Baby Photo
That baby's head and body can't be from the same person, can they?

That baby is actually TWO babies. WHAT THE WHAT?

From shaving off women's inner legs to create a thigh gap to jacking with Kate Upton's armpit to adding clothes to kids in the yearbook, maybe, just maybe, it's time to put down the e-paintbrush.

Let's just be real. Yes, even you, Kim Kardashian.

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Disney has long been the go-to source for all things imagination and creativity. Imagination is, after all, the foundation of their existence.

So when artists take Disney characters to new places, we all sit up and take notice, because THAT is a truly creative endeavor.

Enter Isaiah Stephens, an artist whose drawings of Disney characters dressed up for Halloween might just blow your mind ...

Pocahontas as Katniss Everdeen
Pocahontas could totally survive in the wild like Katniss Everdeen.

Stephens took some of our most beloved characters, from the Disney canon and beyond, and comingled them into detailed and genre-defying works of art.

You have to see these, but be warned: you might not be able to look at your favorite characters in quite the same way ever again.

Be sure to visit Stephens' website to see EVEN MORE of his drawings. Check out more Disney characters as different races after the jump!

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Look, we're not saying that some people have too much time in their hands, but... well, okay, fine, that's pretty much exactly what we're saying.

Some people probably have too much time on their hands. So they use their hands to text, tweet, message, and do things that aren't really productive. (Like take selfies.)

We're not at all, however, implying that we don't love being the beneficiaries of said time-wasting, especially when those people spend their time creating emoji masterpieces

From songs to stories to incredible pictures made up solely of other pictures, these 27 amazing emoji masterpieces are works of art ...

Fresh Prince
You know you're totally singing this song right now. Don't even pretend like you aren't.

And then of course there are times when people used emoji to tell their significant others a different kind of story. A story kind of Fifty Shades of Grey.

Sexting emoji are legit and real life.

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"Read to your children," they said!

"It's good for them," they said!

And then you went to the bookstore and there, on the shelf, were children's books titled You Can't Be an Astronaut and Who Cares About the Elderly?

Yes, those are some of the shockingly and hilariously real titles we discovered when researching books you can actually buy for your little ones:

Aiming Low
Meh, you don't need to be an astronaut when you grow up, kid! You can be a garbage man instead.

So those are probably NOT the books you'd want to buy and read to your young ones when given a choice. Probably. Go the F--k to Sleep, however...

Bad ideas for children's books abound, it seems, as do lines of literature that, when lacking context, sound more than a little like porn than they should.

What are we REALLY teaching our kids there, Dick? Huh?

Dear Celebrity Parents, don't read these 41 amusing, but inappropriate children's books to your kids, okay? Looking at you, Kim Kardashian. Looking at you.

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Bryan Cranston might have hung up his Heisenberg hat, but if there's one thing we know after watching the 2014 Emmy Awards it's that the world can't get enough of Walter White.

Not only did Cranston and his Breaking Bad cohorts rack up an impressive 5 Emmy wins during the telecast, but he also racked up an impressive number of lip locks.

The most infamous of which will forever be that funny moment when Cranston kissed Julia Louis-Dreyfus. What can we say!? The man was excited!

Elsewhere, Sarah Silverman displayed some odd behavior, which is really nothing new for Sarah Silverman, so there's that. Oh, and shade was most definitely thrown.

In the direction of Jessica Lange, of all people. Say what now? Sit back, relax, and click through this gallery of the 2014 Emmy Awards in GIFs to relive the night's best moments:

Lena Dunham Mean Muggin'
Lena Dunham mean mugs on the red carpet and then breaks into a sly smile. Check out her platinum bob!

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If there's one good thing about living in the digital age - where every single moment of our lives can be documented on Facebook and Instagram for the world to see - it's that we have the power to delete terrible photos instantly!

In Ye Olden Days of Photography, such was not the case - and there are more than a million awkward and ill-timed photos to pay homage to the decades where pics were taken with film and no one was quite sure what the image would look like until it was developed and way, way too late.

Thumbs Up!
We approve of this awkward school photo gallery, too.

Hence, terrible school photos forever capturing childhood and adolescence were born. The only way to get rid of them is to burn them, and we're pretty sure that's what a lot of these people wanted to do.

Actually, we're pretty sure a lot of people were proud of these photos at the time they were taken, and we can't quite decide if that's a good thing (yay self-esteem!) or a bad thing (boooo delusional people!). 

So you decide. Take a look at the 35 most awkward school photos EVER in the gallery above, and know two things:

  1. Your photos probably AREN'T as bad as this.
  2. EVERYBODY had an awkward phase.

Just in case awkward school photos weren't enough humiliation, some parents actually went all the way and included everyone in these awkward family photos:

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Remember when MTV (music television) actually used to play music videos on TV? Yeah, we do too. Pour one out for the good ol' days...

After three years of airing 'round-the-clock music, MTV unleashed a phenomenon known as Video Music Awards upon the world in 1984.

The idea? To celebrate the artists that brought our favorite tunes to life on the small screen and intersperse said awards with live performances from those very artists.

That was probably where MTV went wrong. Or very, very right.

What happened after that first very crazy VMA show in 1984 when Madonna's "Like a Virgin" took on new life was that the ante was summarily upped.

Every musical act to come would need to bring their A-Game if they'd make headlines the next morning. Plenty of them, from Madge to Miley, managed to do just fine.

In honor of the 30th MTV Video Music Awards Sunday night, let's take a walk down memory lane to relive the 17 craziest moments in VMA history ...

Like a Virgin
Madonna didn't intend to writhe around on the stage during her 1984 performance of "Like a Virgin." She lost one of her shoes and the rest became history.

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