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You have company, A.J. Clemente.

Over the weekend, during a taped segment about strawberry picking in the Spokane region of Washington, Fox reporter Lindsay Nadrich got really frustrated by her own delivery.

"It’s worth the drive and worth fighting this rain condition," Nadrich said of the experience, only to mutter quickly afterward: “F-ck me, I can’t even f-cking talk!”

That's what we call a major(ly hilarious) editing blunder! Watch the footage now, including the great reaction of the news anchor immediately following the snafu:

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Ever since Kim Kardashian's first child came into the world through her vagina - known from this day forward as the North West passage - we have wondered:

What will the spawn of Kim and Kanye West look like?

Kim Kardashian Baby Projection

Even before Thursday's Kim Kardashian baby name reveal, insiders were reporting that she “looks just like Kim,” so that’s a good thing, probably. Maybe.

It may be awhile until North West makes her public debut. Her arrival five weeks before Kim's due date no doubt threw a wrench into the Kards' PR machine.

When the celebrity couple will release the first official pics of their bundle of joy, and how many millions they will collect for doing so, we can not say.

What we can do is speculate ... and compile a hilarious collection of projected images of what the Internet envisions little North West will look like.

Follow the jump for UNofficial photos galore!!

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Kidz Bop, the compilation albums that take Top 40 hits and cover them with cleanly-worded renditions sung by screaming kids and 'tweens, has discovered "Thrift Shop."

The #1 hip-hop hit by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis offers plenty of questionable language to swap out with kid-friendly lyrics, and the Kidz do not disappoint.

Right off the bat, "f--king awesome" becomes "really awesome," and "Walk up to the club like, 'What up? I got a big c--k!'" becomes "Walk up to the club like, 'What up? I got a hit song!'"

"Ice on the fringe, so damn frosty / That people like, 'Damn! That's a cold ass honkey'" is now "Ice on the fringe, it's so, so frosty / The people like, 'Hey! The guy on the marquee!'"

And on and on it goes in unintentionally hilarious fashion.

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In random, hilarious news, John McAfee apparently decided to poke fun at the eponymous antivirus product that shares his name in a new Youtube video.

The video, called "How to uninstall McAfee antivirus," contains drug references, profanity, nearly-naked women, and the rough-looking McAfee himself.

The "eccentric millionaire" says that despite having nothing to do with the company for 15 years now, he still gets asked questions and emails about it.

Which he reads aloud, after he lights a cigarette with a burning $100 bill:

After sharing myriad foul-mouthed customer complaints, McAfee's lab technician Bartholomew, finally talks us through the process of uninstalling it.

McAfee, meanwhile, does not appear to be wearing any pants, and may or may not be on bath salts and wanted for murder in Belize. Enough said.

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Prepare yourselves. Jimmy Kimmel, Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx have premiered an official music video for "(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum."

The song, which plays off the actor's unique name, was first composed and hilariously performed by Foxx on Jimmy Kimmel Live back in February.

Now it's gotten the music video treatment, featuring the likes of Olivia Munn, Gabourey Sidibe, Miley Cyrus and Kimmel himself. Take a look below:

Under the awesome pseudonym 4 Chainz, Jamie Foxx raps:

"See that foxy girl turning up that heat / Make her take them heels off / Got them tattoos on her feet and it's you / She wanna Channing all over your Tatum!"

What does "Channing All Over Your Tatum" even mean?

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Knickers, please!

In response to the semi-controversial, entirely hilarious "Ship My Pants" commercial aired by Kmart this spring, someone has created a parody on YouTube that is even more controversial... and hilarious.

It focuses on customers that are especially excited over the chain's selling of knickers, from "work knickers" to "lazy knickers" to "dancing knickers" and more.

You can see where it's going with this, right? Watch now and respond below:

The Kmart knickers ad is...

 

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The dudes in Wedding Crashers have nothing on these guys.

The entire wedding party fleeing a squad of Imperial AT-AT Walkers a la The Empire Strikes Back? Probably the best idea for a wedding photo ever ...

Star Wars Wedding Photo

Photographer Lisa Wiebe tried to creating a nerd-tastic chase scene for bride and groom Leslie Seiler and Paul Kingston, both diehard Star Wars fans.

Safe to say she succeeded.

Wiebe halted traffic while a horde of screaming bridesmaids and groomsmen ran for their lives down a Toronto street in order to get this shot.

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There's simply nothing funnier to a baby than a snoring dog.

Well, with the possible exception of a dog running around.

Or a piece of paper being ripped. You get the idea.

Bottom line, though? A snoring dog is guaranteed comedic gold if you're in the one-year-old age range, and watching the young one's reaction is gold for all ages.

So enjoy this oldie but goodie to start off your Friday!

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Last month, a seemingly innocent Cheerios commercial featuring a mixed-race family sparked controversy and incurred fierce, racist backlash on YouTube.

Much like the response to Sebastien De La Cruz singing the National Anthem this week, it was enough to make you ask, "What the hell is wrong with people?"

A lot, clearly, and it left a lot of people scratching their heads.

Well, this ad parody circulating online offers an even better response to the firestorm, upping the ante on bigots and telling the haters they can "eat it."

Watch the spoof below, followed by the original after the jump:

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If you're the type of person who needs a buffer between yourself and the food, gadgets, toys and who knows what else you crave but know you shouldn't ...

You can help fund the Kitchen Safe on Kickstarter!

How does it work?

Simply place an item inside the Kitchen Safe, close the lid, and set the timer. Then press that button and you’re locked out until the thing hits zero!

The creator notes that it was designed for food, but can be used for all sorts of addicting things ... iPhones, TV remotes, homemade peanut brittle, you name it.

With a goal of $30,000, the Kitchen Safe has already received upwards of $20,000 from 373 backers, with 36 days to go. Looks like it's got a chance!

What would you put in that piece?