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  1. Commercial Featuring Creepy Baby Spider-Man is Selling What?

    The idea of the year 2018 is pretty surreal, isn't it? That's when The Amazing Spider-Man IV is slated to come out... for now. Producer Matt Tolmach told Den of Geek that the release date might not be as set in stone, and that the May 4th, 2018 spot might go to another film in the franchise. Waiting until 2019 for the ultimate film in the Amazing Spider-Man franchise? That's surreal. But admittedly nowhere near as surreal as this commercial for Evian of all things. Previously in The Amazing Spider-Man

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  2. Video Of Beached Jellyfish-Thing Reminds Us That The Ocean Is Filled With Terrifying Horrors

    I think I'll stick with freshwater lakes, thanks.

    This video of a Portuguese man o' war washed up on a beach is pretty surreal; it's mesmerizing to watch it move, in the way that you're pretty sure it's an alien, but it definitely came from the sea - which makes it that much worse. Just look at it, staring at you like a creepy, translucent pigeon. It knows it can kill you. It knows.

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  3. This Mouth is an Eye, Your Argument is Invalid [Unsettling Makeup Effects]

    Fear is the Mind Killer

    Sandra Holmbom is no stranger to the surreal makeup look. Just check out her Timon (yes, from The Lion King). But this one certainly caught our eye. Or maybe our lips. Check out another shot of it below, this time with teeth, because this the internet and uncanny things live here.

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  4. Women’s Thighs Are Becoming Japan’s Newest Billboards

    Sex sells, and apparently, Japan is buying. The latest advertising trend in the nation is turning women's legs into billboards, thereby finally correcting a frankly criminal waste of high value advertising space that has gone on too long. Now, if we could just start the new trend of branded masks that ensure we don't have to look at one another, but at products we might want to buy, we'd really be on our way to a brave new world.

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  5. Student Paints Creepy Illusions In Her Spare Time, Inspires Us To Find Cooler Ways to Procrastinate

    this exists

    Choo-san began doodling delightfully creepy illustrations on her hand with acrylic paint during a gap year spent studying for her university entrance exams. Impressed with her work, she began uploading her optical illusions online. Don't discount the artistic potential of procrastination, and check out more of her hyper-realistic work after the jump!

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  6. Overly Attached Girlfriend is Back With Parody of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”

    Not too long ago, a new Internet challenger appeared, a girl who entered a contest where participants had to cover a Justin Bieber song, with the prize being the Biebs himself showing the best video on some upcoming him-centric television special. It was an obvious, though great, parody, where the girl assumed the role of an overly attached girlfriend or stalker type. She was very good at it, and the lyrics were actually entertaining as well. Now, she's back with a parody of everyone's current "favorite" song, "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen. Like her Bieber song, we've captured some pretty good moments and put them after the break for your perusal and horror.

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  7. Hilariously Creepy Girl Enters Justin Bieber’s Girlfriend Contest, is Awesome

    Justin Bieber is holding a contest wherein fans make their own video version of his song "Boyfriend," and the winners' entries will be featured in Bieber's upcoming NBC special. The songs submitted are pretty much what you'd expect -- girls taking the serious route, trying in earnest to win. There's one response, though, that's far and away the greatest thing that has happened on the Internet in a while. Contest winners will be announced June 21, and there's almost no way the above entry will win, but it won the Internet, so everything's alright. Check out some of our favorite moments from the video below.

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  8. Abandoned by Facebook and Foursquare; Creepy, Stalker-Enabling App Girls Around Me is Pulled by Developer

    what is this I don't even

    Gotta love those stories that you come across late in the day, and then by the time you get a moment to report on them, they've already sort of solved themselves. For about two months now, an app called Girls Around Me has be available on Apple's App Store, and, for what it's worth, it's not that it's explicitly intended to make it easy to pretend that you know a girl, or find a girl who may be susceptible to drunkenly going home with you... Well, actually I take it back, it's explicitly intended to do both of those things. As Cult of Mac expertly summarizes it: "Girls Around Me lets you identify women, find out where they are, look at pictures of them and then research their personal lives, all in pursuit of a 'one-night stand.'" Its creators wanted to make the lives of "ballers and pick-up artists" easier, which, while not my cup of tea, doesn't remove the fact that they're also giving would-be stalkers and date-rapists a incredible convenience.

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  9. Vintage Valentines Are Weirdly Violent, Disturbing

    You can decry the vapid commercialism of the modern Valentine's Day all you want, but it has got nothing on the bizarre Valentines of yesteryear. Back in the day, it apparently wasn't all that unusual to express your affection with a card featuring images of violence, suicide, bondage, cannibalism, worm eating, and you don't even want to know what else. Actually, having written that, I think we could afford to bring some of that hilarious weirdness back.

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  10. Dark Knight Style Joker Baby Doll May Be Totally Serious

    No. No no no no no no no. no.

    How do you make the Joker creepier than he already is? Make him a toddler! Truly, somewhere, for whatever reason, someone thought making a 1/6 scale baby doll that resembles Heath Ledger's Joker from Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight was a good idea. You may be asking yourself, "is this an actual thing?" All answers point to yes, dear readers, and yes, that is a diaper in his duffle bag. 

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