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Woman Dominates an Eating Competition on a Chinese TV Show

When a male TV host casually asked his female co-presenter to compete against him in a cotton candy eating contest, he underestimated her potential for devouring the competition.

In a video that has gone viral, the woman inhaled the fluffy mound of sugar in three seconds, leaving her competitor in the dust.

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The Experts From Netflix's 'Queer Eye' Respond to Video Parody by Melissa Aquiles

There's nothing better than a spoof to cement a show's popularity in pop culture.

Queer Eye super fan Melissa Aquiles made a video mimicking all five coaches from the new Netflix show. She attempts a makeover of her boyfriend, Jack, who is bewildered by his girlfriend's outrageous determination.

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Poorly Placed 'Best By 07 September' Label Inspires Viral Meme Sensation

Twitter user @knitcapchan discovered a bag of Life Savers candy at the store with a poorly placed expiration date.

In a comic strip depiction of two pieces of candy conversing together, the manufacturer printed the "best by" date in one of the dialogue bubbles, obscuring the original punchline.

The character delivering the non-sequitur phrase wound up eliciting more guffaws than intended. Thus, a meme was born.

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'Jersey Shore Family Vacation' Trailer Is Released

Fans of MTV's Jersey Shore are going crazy over the upcoming reunion with their favorite rowdy housemates. Snooki, JWoww, The Situation, and the rest of the merry crew are about to serve up some hedonistic frivolity in the Jersey Shore Family Vacation series, airing April 5th on MTV.

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The Vatican Admits Altering a Photo of Retired Pope Benedict XVI Pope Francis' Letter

Monsignor Dario Edoardo Vigano, the Prefect of the Secretariat for Communications admitted the Vatican manipulated the image of a letter from retired Pope Benedict XVI to Pope Francis.

In January, Vigano sent Benedict eleven volumes by Fr Roberto Repole on the importance of Pope Francis's theology and asked the retired Pope to contribute a theological page.

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