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Giant mutant spider dog prank is brilliant
You better run, because this dog fetches YOU. Veteran prankster SA Wardega from Poland dressed up a dog to look like an oversized spider and then let it loose on the masses. The result is absolutely hilarious. Check it out above.

Giant shrimp as long as your arm caught off Florida coast
Um…did you want some dip with that? On its Facebook page, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission wrote that the 18-inch crustacean is likely a mantis shrimp, which is actually closer to the lobster family. And apparently, they taste delicious if cooked properly. Bon appétit!

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Rabbit Island Visitor Smothered By Bunnies
Can’t breathe…too cute. A visitor to Japan’s famed Rabbit Island (Okunoshima) decided to strategically feed the little furballs until they covered him whole. And for the record, he’s fine. But if we could all go like this, death wouldn’t even be that bad.

Indian girl forced to marry dog to pass on curse
OK, where do we even start with this one? An 18-year-old girl was told that marrying a man would bring pain and anguish to her family and community. It turns out the only way to break this curse, was to marry a dog instead. See, the theory here is that the curse will pass onto the pooch through the ceremony, leaving the girl to live a free and happy life. And yes, she actually married the dog.

Florida Restaurant Bans Ketchup for Any Customer Over Age 10
“I’m gonna need to see some ID for that condiment.” At Mad Fresh Bistro in Florida, the chef has the right to refuse the use of ketchup on his foods. It’s actually written in the menu. The reason? The chef believes his diners should trust him, rather than come in with pre-conceived notions of which condiments will make his food items taste better.