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When it comes to breakups, there really is no good way. Nothing you do or say is going to soften the blow, but some methods are still better than others.

For one, doing it over text message is suspect, no matter how diplomatic you are.

Second, trying to pass off a Batman line as your own whilst dumping someone?

Epic fail.

Not drawing inspiration from Batman, mind you, but full-on copy-pasting. Behold, what is possibly the laziest breakup effort in the history of civilization:

Lazy Breakup Text

Why be up front when you can troll the web for movie quotes?

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As many as 4.6 million users of Snapchat recently had their usernames and phone numbers hacked, and the company may be out big bucks as a result.

Like really big bucks. The security breach is bad news for founder Evan Spiegel and other investors in the so-called “sexting” app valued in the billions.

Snapchat, for those unfamiliar with it, allows users to send text messages, pictures, and videos that self-destruct just seconds after being received.

The whole company's hook is that messages can’t be stored on incoming phones or devices and are also erased from Snapchat servers immediately.

That means there’s no potentially incriminating or embarrassing evidence left behind anyone you know (or don't know) who's perusing your selfies or texts.

Spiegel and his Stanford fraternity buddies reportedly invented Snapchat as a way to securely “sext” co-eds with impunity but the app has since expanded.

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As celebrities who sing, act, appear on magazines, date famous guys and earn millions go, Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato sure seem ... normal.

The trio couldn't appear more like regular, nice young adults, could they?

Sometimes all they want to do is drink tea and FaceTime with their friends at home, as Selena and Taylor showed us last weekend. Stars. They're just like us!

Gomez and Swift had a girls' night in on Saturday, and it was low-key.

Like, decidedly and demonstratively low-key. The kind of low-key every dad likes to imagine his daughter is partaking in with her BFFs on a Saturday night.

If only they could all be Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez, right?

The country superstar and the pop singer-actress made some tea, which they drank out of delicate, white teacups, and then FaceTimed with Demi Lovato.

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If any publicity is good publicity ... Farrah Abraham had the best year ever.

The former Teen Mom, who gained widespread notoriety by filming a "leaked sex tape" with porn star James Deen, was the most Googled reality star of 2013.

Farrah Selfie

Besides her XXX-rated career foray, she cast molds of her junk for a line of sex toys, tried out for Days of Our Lives and generally begged for attention.

She received plenty of criticism for her choices and, along with that, lots of media coverage. More than even Kim Kardashian, at least on Google searches.

If Farrah gives the Internet half as much to talk about in 2014, she may be back in the #1 spot again, though we imagine others will have a say on that matter.

Between the cast of Party Down South, grown up Kardashian siblings Kendall and Kylie Jenner and Phil Robertson, she's going to start '14 behind a bunch.

See the entire list below of the most searched for reality stars of '13 below:

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Another wave of the future is upon us: Handsfree driving!

For those who need to eek out just a little more productivity in their day or just want to peruse Facebook on their morning commute without worrying about mowing down a crosswalk full of five year olds, look no further than Steeri, the world's first driverless app*!

The comedians behind The Smart Department decided to showcase what happens when Siri's cousin Steeri gets behind the wheel.

"Never before has the driver had quite so much control!"

Hashtag: Famous Last Words.

*FYI: Steeri isn't a real thing - yet - and this is just satire. Driving is still best left to real humans. Or most of them anyway.

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Step away from the Nutella and sour cream and onion chips! Your smart bra says so!

Microsoft recently unveiled plans for a smart bra that prevents women from emotional overeating when they're feeling bored or stressed.

Maybe THIS is Victoria's Secret

Are you bored? Stressed? Sad? Excited? You might not be able to tell, but your bra can!

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When it comes to baby gear, the market is full of products many parents must have. Like a car seat, diapers, blankets, onesies, and wine. (For the parents, not the baby. FYI.)

Then there are products companies will market as must haves which are probably just really, really bad ideas.

Like the Fisher-Price iPad Apptivity Bouncy Seat.

This is a real thing parents are supposed to buy and use with their infants. IN-FANTS.

Bouncy seats aren't a bad idea. Not at all. They let moms and dads pee in peace and maybe, just maybe, do a load of laundry or eat a meal with both hands.

The Fisher-Price iPad Apptivity Seat is the wave of the Wall-E future. Plug them in to a screen and go on about your day! HOORAY! 

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Oh, the dreaded wrong number text or phone call. It's happened to all of us at one point or another. Or most of us, at least. Right? Maybe?

Long gone are the days of a simple "you have the wrong number." Some recipients of the text message mistakes are reacting in hilarious fashion.

See many of the best examples below. Yes, yes this wrong number recipient DOES have pictures of himself. Just not the ones JD expected ...

Hairy Chest

Keep reading for more hilarious wrong number texts...

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Amazon Prime really could put Santa out of business with its drone delivery service, aptly being called Amazon Prime Air. The service, which is currently in research and development, could have packages on peoples' doorsteps in under half an hour.

That's faster than many can get a pizza delivered. Score one for Amazon! And just imagine being able to get those amazing Cyber Monday Deals delivered same day! 

It might seem like something out of Almost Human, but the company's founder Jeff Bezos believes that drones are the wave of Amazon's future.

Bezos revealed this new use of drone technology, which is most commonly used in war, on 60 Minutes. While the FAA's current regulations restrict the use of unmanned aerial vehicles, its expected that rules should change by 2015.

"We'll be ready at that time," Bezos said.

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It's the end of an era. The pioneering desktop MP3 player Winamp, which so many of us grew up playing illegally downloaded tunes on, will soon be no more.

Yes, it is actually still in existence. But won't be as of December 20.

Winamp

In a world dominated by iTunes, "the first reaction to Winamp's closure might be surprise that it still exists in the first place," says the Wall Street Journal.

That it does. AOL acquired it in 1999, just two years after its creation, and when it was as hot as it gets, with its $80 million purchase of Nullsoft.

The AOL subsidiary has even continued tending to the once-venerable MP3 player, releasing updates and versions for Mac OSX and Android.

Winamp made its announcement as it released its latest, and last, update to Windows. This and other versions will still work after December 20, AOL said.

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