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Worst Break-Up Excuse Ever

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The series gained its popularity by standing from the crowd using to the point intellectual humorist observation on modern society dilemmas and phenomena: dissecting pop culture to the detail for comedy. The themes selected, usually analyze profoundly ambiguous standpoints about pop culture and life in general, ranging from which fictional apocalypse is the most fun to what would happen if Facebook introduces a subcutaneous new timeline that can predict your future.

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Pour yourselves a cup of coffee and join them as they obsess over comics, movies, TV shows and what not!

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Good luck and a happy birthday!

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The series gained its popularity by standing from the crowd using to the point intellectual humorist observation on modern society dilemmas and phenomena: dissecting to the detail pop culture for comedy. The themes selected, usually dissect profoundly ambiguous standpoints about pop culture and life in general, ranging from which fictional apocalypse is the most fun to what would be like if all gamers spoke the truth online?

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The video you have the chance to see here is on one in the popular comedy series “After Hours” produced by the Cracked, an American humor web site associated with the Cracked magazine.

The series gained its popularity by standing from the crowd using to the point intellectual humoristic observation on modern society dilemmas and phenomena: dissecting to the detail the <a href="https://rumble.com/v4i8tr-5-pop-culture-moments-of-unbridled-joy.html" target="_blank">pop culture</a> for comedy. In the Webby-award-winning monthly show, we usually follow four friends/co-workers of Cracked.com who meet after work at their local diner. The conversations, which strongly reminds you of Seinfeld, usually result in profoundly ambiguous views about pop culture and life in general, ranging from which fictional apocalypse is most fun to why Batman is secretly sabotaging Gotham.

The series was launched on July 19, 2010 with an episode centered around the 1985 film “Back To The Future”. The series also integrates crudely animated segments; the characters' thoughts being illustrated by thought-bubbles or full-screen displays. Brain food for everyone!

Pour yourselves a cup of coffee and join them as they obsess over comics, movies, TV shows and what not!

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In the video you are about to see, Cracked authors explore a much polarizing topic: if Google.com is evil or not. Some die-hard supporters deem it as a “savior of innovation”, while cynics paint Google as a digital Big Brother. Let us see the pros and cons:

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The video you have the chance to see here is on one in the popular comedy series “After Hours” produced by the Cracked, an American humor web site associated with the Cracked magazine.

The series gained its popularity by standing from the crowd using to the point intellectual humoristic observation on modern society dilemmas and phenomena: dissecting to the detail the <a href="https://rumble.com/v4i8tr-5-pop-culture-moments-of-unbridled-joy.html" target="_blank">pop culture</a> for comedy. In the Webby-award-winning monthly show, we usually follow four friends/co-workers of Cracked.com who meet after work at their local diner. The conversations, which strongly reminds you of Sienfeld, usually result in profoundly ambiguous views about pop culture and life in general, ranging from which fictional apocalypse is most fun to why Batman is secretly sabotaging Gotham.

The series was launched on July 19, 2010 with an episode centered around the 1985 film “Back To The Future”. The series also integrates crudely animated segments; the characters' thoughts being illustrated by thought-bubbles or full-screen displays. Brain food for everyone!

Pour yourselves a cup of coffee and join them as they obsess over comics, movies, TV shows and what not!

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The video you have the chance to see here is on one in the popular comedy series “After Hours” produced by the Cracked, an American humor web site associated with the Cracked magazine.

The series gained its popularity by standing from the crowd using to the point intellectual humoristic observation on modern society dilemmas and phenomena: dissecting to the detail the <a href="https://rumble.com/v4i8tr-5-pop-culture-moments-of-unbridled-joy.html" target="_blank">pop culture</a> for comedy. In the Webby-award-winning monthly show, we usually follow four friends/co-workers of Cracked.com who meet after work at their local diner. The conversations, which strongly reminds you of Seinfeld, usually result in profoundly ambiguous views about pop culture and life in general, ranging from which fictional apocalypse is most fun to why Batman is secretly sabotaging Gotham.

The series was launched on July 19, 2010 with an episode centered around the 1985 film “Back To The Future”. The series also integrates crudely animated segments; the characters' thoughts being illustrated by thought-bubbles or full-screen displays. Brain food for everyone!

Pour yourselves a cup of coffee and join them as they obsess over comics, movies, TV shows and what not!

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