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If you think you have the misfortune of spending your working day with some of the most irritating people on God's green earth, this recent  Imgur upload may force you to reconsider.

In a move which has helped us realise that our colleagues aren't even as close to annoying as we think they are, Imgur user, ChefShwasty, regaled internet users with a story which shows the lengths he will go to in order to aggravate a co-worker.

Taking it upon himself to make his colleague's day as hideous as possible, Chef hid a Bluetooth speaker in a vent above his co-worker's desk and then proceeded to press play on BeeGee's track Stayin' Alive.

What ensued was an entire day's worth of frustration and confusion for the poor unfortunate that Chef tells the internet he 'likes to f*ck with'.

In a blow by blow account, the public learned the extent of Chef's mischievous streak, and it's safe to say, our own co-workers are suddenly looking a lot more sound…

We'll let Chef take it from here…

How to prank a coworker…



In a move which Imgur user, KrissyKross, hoped would help bring closure to years of domestic abuse, she shared a series of texts she received from her partner during their marriage.

Now divorced, KrissyKross explains that she kept the screenshots of the messages to remind herself how far she had come, and ultimately decided that she was ready to share her experience online.

"My ex-husband was a kind, loving man. That is, until I lost weight (at 5'3" and over 200lbs, it was sort of necessary.) I then got a job," she wrote on the post.

"Suddenly I was cheating, I lost weight to get men, I couldn't buy clothes that fit me after the 80 pounds lost because it showed off my body."

"He hit me and sexually assaulted me. He waited outside my work for whole shifts, not telling me if he was carrying the Beretta M9 he had purchased recently," she confided.

"I wanted to go out with two (female) coworkers for my 23rd birthday. I told him weeks in advance and when the time came he punched me in the face and slammed my head into the floor, only leaving me alone because he had duty that evening. I tried to go to the police in the middle of the night, he tailgated me the whole way."

"I tried to talk to his parents and they told me it was normal in a young marriage and I should reassure him. His father is a pastor in Tennessee and holds this belief."

KrissyKross explains that her decision to leave came after her husband harmed her pets, writing: "While he was at work I packed a bag, my pets, and their food and hid at a coworker's house and called NCIS and the police."

"I spent hours getting bruises photographed, giving my statement, waiting while they put him on restriction."

Giving Imgur users an insight into the events that followed, KrissyKross wrote: "He was charged with a handful of misdemeanors and two felonies. I accepted his guilty plea bargain for 8 months in the Miramar brig on the condition that the felony charges be dropped. The judge wanted to give him 10."

Thankfully, she is doing well today and reflects on her marriage as a time of growth and courage.

"This isn't really a sob story; I'm really proud of what I've done on my own. I just wanted to share for possibly some closure since I never really got that I save these text messages to remind myself how far I've come, not to cry over."

If you have been affected by this story, you can seek support and assistance from Safe Ireland.



If you think Ireland is cold at this time of the year, then you've never been to Finland.

The average temperature between December and February is is -4 degrees and November marks the beginning of snow season, which for most, is not ideal weather.

And Helsinki Airport has copped onto that fact this year.

Just as you enter, there's a massive sign that reads: "Nobody in their right mind would come to Helsinki in November.

"Except you, you badass. Welcome."

The Internet has absolutely fallen in love with the sign and many have taken to social media to praise it after it was posted on Imgur last night:



Mistaking one product for another while fumbling around the bathroom bleary-eyed is part and parcel of our morning routine, and yet despite this we've (thankfully) never left the house sporting a bald patch after mistaking hair removal cream for Head and Shoulders.

But if a recent upload to Imgur is anything to go by, not every young woman has been as fortunate as the ladies here at SHEmazing! HQ.

After supposedly mistaking Nair for shampoo, one particular lady did what any self-respecting millennial would do and allowed her sibling to upload an image of her disaster to Imgur.

Sporting a hairstyle not unlike our grandfathers', she gave her best Blue Steel while acting as a walking advertisement for opening your eyes before applying any product to your body.

Unsurprisingly, Imgur users are calling major BS on the snap, with many insisting that the young woman would have realised her mistake before sporting a head you can see your reflection in.

"Staged. Nair BURNS!" wrote one. "You physically feel something burning on your scalp, and you have to wait 15 minutes for it to work."

While some users insisted they could see the edges of a bald cap, others expressed concern over the girl's lathering skills, writing: "I'm more concerned that she didn't shampoo the sides of her head."

"If she thought that was shampoo then she did a sh*tty job of washing her hair," added another.

Can't kid a kidder…

Always read the label.



We’ve all done questionable things around the house in the name of necessity.

From balancing an entire shelf on just one strategically-placed book to standing on one foot and crossing our fingers when trying to work a dodgy tap, we’re no strangers to a little creative thinking around the home.

But with the words of our father – “You only make one mistake with electricity” – echoing in our heads, we always draw the line when it comes to meddling with circuits or tampering with sockets.

However, it seems like one guy, who has recently made his way onto Imgur, never got that memo – despite being an electrician with the navy – and his handy work when it comes to makeshift travel adaptors is stressing EVERYONE out.

My friend, who constantly forgets to bring travel adapters

Happily poking steel nail clippers into various plug sockets when he neglects to bring his travel adaptor abroad, this guy’s approach to health and safety seriously leaves a lot to be desired, and we cannot COPE.

Sharing the snaps online, his mate wrote: ”So, about a year ago my friend went to Australia. He's an electrician for the navy, and decided to use what they learnt him. We called him an idiot, but hey, it worked.”

“Your friend is going places, probably the morgue, but until then he's got power,” replied one Imgur user.

Yep, what he said.




When a trend hits as hard and as fast as Pokémon Go did, it's inevitable you'll find as many people irritated by it as you will enthused by it.

And while there's something admittedly adorable about watching people bump into one another in public as they desperately search for Squirtle, some people have had enough of the whole damn thing, and aren't afraid to say it.

Irritated by the sheer number of people who have strayed onto his property in the hopes of catching a Pokémon, one Canadian homeowner has shared a few home truths with those responsible, and the internet is all over it.

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"Get a life and stay out of my yard," he began on a sign which he initially left in front of his house but which ultimately made its way onto Imgur. "This whole Pokemon hunt is by far the stupidest thing I have ever seen,"

And in hammering home his point, he confirmed that he has lived through some seriously questionable times including Crystal Pepsi, the Macarena and ten seasons of CSI: Miami.

"There is a bar up the street and around the corner," he advised. "Go there, have a beer, and seriously think about your life choices."

You heard the man…

Feature image: EPA



Look, we're going to be honest here – very few of us shave our legs for the good of our health.

We generally pick up a razor when we think we're a day away from having people barf into a hedge over the sight of our hairy ankles, and we generally only grab a loofah and exfoliate like there's no tomorrow when it looks like the no-pants-dance might be on the horizon.

And it looks like we're not the only ones who operate in this manner if a recent (and absolutely hilarious) Imgur upload is anything to go by.

After spending time prepping for the arrival of her other half, this girl was NOT impressed by the curt message she received that informed her she had basically shaved, exfoliated and moisturised for NO DAMN REASON.

Sending a series of post-shower selfies to her 'babe', this girl spoke for all womankind when she wrote: "So, you're telling me that I shaved, exfoliated and moisturized for nothing."

And in a act of sisterhood for which we should all be thankful, she entitled her upload: "PSA: Please give an hour's warning, minimum."

Lads, you've been warned.

PSA: Please give an hours warning, minimum.





As amphibians go – they're actually pretty darn cute: dozens of adorable green and squidgy tree frogs.

However – where they turned up is somewhat less appealing.

Yup, after a recent flood the reptiles made their way into an unsuspecting woman's bathroom – eventually settling around her toilet bowl.

The image has proven immensely popular on Imgur – where it was first shared yesterday by the woman-in-question's daughter.

Indeed, it has now notched up some 7million views, with many online observers reacting with a mixture of horror and wonder at the sight.

"Jesus, tell your mom to change her diet," laughed one. Many others drew on the Biblical story of the plague of frogs in Egypt. 

Another user gushed: "This is pretty disgusting but THEY'RE SO CUTE."

Similarly, a further comment read: "The whole chilling out in a dirty crapper is disgusting, but I want to keep all of them. They will be my little froggy babies!"

The animals appear to be American tree frogs – which are native to central and southeastern regions of the United States. 



Remember when you were a kid and had to communicate without the help of technology?

Handwritten cards, scrawled notes and painstaking letter writing was the name of the game before we finally got our hands on yee olde texting machine.

And while it's a distant memory for us now, for some people the struggle is still all too real especially for this one kid who couldn't find a pen when he really needed to leave a special message for his pop.

Taking to Imgur to share the heartwarming moment with the internet, the kid's dad uploaded a shot of his child's creative streak, writing: "It's the small things that make being a parent so rewarding."

Yeah, read it and weep, Dad.

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