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Society says moms are supposed to stick together.

It's said to take a village, after all.

But we learned this week that, when it comes to social media, Clemmie Hooper said "anything goes" when it comes to raking in success.

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On a recent visit to Toronto, Tom Felton—the actor behind Draco Malfoy from the Harry Potter franchise—shared a hilariously self-deprecating shot from his visit to a Harry Potter exhibit.

While there, Felton donned a Slytherin robe and posed next to a picture of his younger self as Malfoy, looking...well, a bit rough around the edges.

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Get ready, parents! One dad is setting the bar pretty high for the rest of us this week.

That dad, of course, is "Cheer Dad," who has gone positively viral after imitating his daughter's opening cheer at their football game last weekend.

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All fellow Jeopardy! fans, get ready.

This is the Tournament of Champions, and Alex Trebek is here to help us welcome back some familiar faces.

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There's nothing like parenting to bring out the "experts" and the naysayers.

With the rise of the #WalgreensFluFighter hashtag on Instagram, this week's topic of choice is whether or not to vaccinate our children—and the anti-vaxxers are taking it personally.

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We all know that one person at work who is a real prankster.

At Canada's Global News Calgary, Jordan Witzel does not disappoint.

On Halloween, the news anchors got quite a shock when their meteorologist Witzel came out to share the weather report as "Ferdinand" the Mystical Meteorologist.

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Nothing lasts forever, even your own home.

What's worse, there's never any guarantee that someone will be held responsible, or that they will follow-through in making things right.

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