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    Without doubt the toughest ’90s footballer quiz we’ve ever done. Are you up to the challenge?


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    “I will be right at their side, playing in the game.”

    Appearing on Channel 9's Today Show, Chuck Norris has praised the Wallabies and picked them to take win the Rugby World Cup grand final this Saturday night.

    Appearing on Channel 9's Today Show, Chuck Norris has praised the Wallabies and picked them to take win the Rugby World Cup grand final this Saturday night.

    The martial arts master and cultural icon also talked about the thousands of memes that have spawned from his persona, and said the public won't see him running for President of the United States any time soon.

    A lot of the interview involved Karl Stefanovic and Norris flirting, with Karl saying this was probably "the biggest interview" he's ever done (he's also interviewed Grumpy Cat and the Dalai Lama).

    Norris said he had heard plenty about Karl, though.

    "I have a lot of friends in Australia, they're always telling me about Karl," he said. "I know what you're doing Karl."

    Channel 9

    Attention then turned to Chuck Norris' love of rugby, and his pick for the Rugby World Cup.

    Attention then turned to Chuck Norris' love of rugby, and his pick for the Rugby World Cup.

    Norris said there was no way the All Blacks would prevail, because he'll will be right at the Wallabies' side, playing in the game.

    Channel 9

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    Great revolutions, Shane.

    It's no secret legendary cricketer Shane Warne has one of the best Instagram accounts in the world.

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    Warnie uploaded this photo earlier this week when he was *open air quotes* working in Dubai *close air quotes*.

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    On an NBA court far, far away…

    LeBron James as Darth Vader

    LeBron James as Darth Vader

    LeBron James was deemed a villain when he took his talents to South Beach, but ended up redeeming himself in the end, similar to Darth Vader.

    Dan Meth / Via BuzzFeed

    Stephen Curry as Luke Skywalker

    Stephen Curry as Luke Skywalker

    Like his Star Wars counterpart, the young, skilled, crafty point guard scares away the toughest competition.

    Dan Meth / Via BuzzFeed

    Russell Westbrook as Han Solo

    Russell Westbrook as Han Solo

    Russell Westbrook, like Han Solo, is the coolest. Period.

    Dan Meth / Via BuzzFeed

    Kobe Wan — AKA: Kobe Bryant as Obi Wan

    Kobe Wan — AKA: Kobe Bryant as Obi Wan

    Once the baddest in the game, Kobe now takes the role of the older, wiser mentor of the younger LA Lakers team. Similar to Obi Wan's training of Luke Skywalker.

    Dan Meth / Via BuzzFeed


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    The site will cease to operate “immediately,” ESPN announced Friday.

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    ESPN on Friday announced that it is shutting down Grantland, the sports and culture website started by Bill Simmons in 2011.

    "Effective immediately, we are suspending the publication of Grantland," the company said in a statement Friday at the same time staffers were informed of the news. Other writers said they had learned the news on Twitter.

    Though the site was suspended immediately, staffers' contracts with ESPN will remain in effect. Each staffer was to meet with ESPN brass Friday to discuss and negotiate contract obligations and their individual roles.

    In May, it was announced that ESPN would not renew Simmons' contract, and Chris Connelly was appointed interim editor-in-chief. Simmons began a new role with HBO in October, and has hired away a number of former Grantlanders to join his project.

    Other Grantland staffers, such as Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Wesley Morris and early hire Rembert Browne, took positions elsewhere. Personnel departures played a large role in ESPN's decision to shutter the beloved sports site.

    Grantland featured a mix of sports and culture writing, often blended together into longform features that ran under Simmons. ESPN said there are still many spaces within the brand for longform and intelligent sportswriting, but culture topics — television, film, music — will not be a fit going forward.

    Though ESPN runs two other sites aimed at audiences beyond sports — Nate Silver's 538 and The Undefeated, which focuses on the intersection of race and sports — the decision to shutter Grantland is not intended to reflect on how those sites will be run by ESPN.

    Recently, ESPN laid off 350 employees, but waited to make an independent decision about Grantland instead of announcing the decisions all at once.

    Throughout the six months of turbulence since Simmons left, the future of Grantland has loomed over the site and its employees.

    On Twitter, Simmons called ESPN's treatment of Grantland employees "simply appalling."

    During a meeting and conference call with contract employees, interim Editor-In-Chief Chris Connelly announced the news via a prepared statement:

    I wanna share with you that effective immediately, ESPN is suspending the publication of Grantland. After careful consideration, ESPN has decided to direct its time and energy going forward to projects that we believe will have a broader and more significant impact across its enterprise.

    I hope that you will take justifiable pride in the magnitude of your achievement here with Grantland.

    That you created this site that distinguished itself with amazing writing, groundbreaking ideas, fresh perspectives — that's your achievement. That's all of your achievement.

    You made this special, you made it fun, and you made it unforgettable for anybody who ever read through four amazing years.

    Please know that we are deeply thankful and appreciative of your commitment and contributions. We will be as supportive as possible during this transition, including providing resources to you as you transition to the next opportunity.

    All the employment contracts will be honored and HR or I, or the two of us together, will be speaking with each of you individually about that later today. James Hendricks is here from human resources. Before the day ends, either James or someone from his team will talk to each of you individually to outline company resources and benefits that are available to you during this transition.

    I'll obviously be in the back office if you have any questions, or if you need to know anything. I'll be calling writers, but you are more than welcome to come by.

    I am very grateful for the opportunity to have worked with all of you, and my heart is this big for everybody.

    The full ESPN statement released to the public is below:

    After careful consideration, we have decided to direct our time and energy going forward to projects that we believe will have a broader and more significant impact across our enterprise.

    Grantland distinguished itself with quality writing, smart ideas, original thinking and fun. We are grateful to those who made it so. Bill Simmons was passionately committed to the site and proved to be an outstanding editor with a real eye for talent. Thanks to all the other writers, editors and staff who worked very hard to create content with an identifiable sensibility and consistent intelligence and quality. We also extend our thanks to Chris Connelly who stepped in to help us maintain the site these past five months as he returns to his prior role.

    Despite this change, the legacy of smart long-form sports story-telling and innovative short form video content will continue, finding a home on many of our other ESPN platforms.


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    The singer performed the national anthem before the New York Mets went on to beat the Kansas City Royals in Game 3 of the series. But he broke into song again when the crowd started singing everyone’s favorite bar tune.

    New York Mets fans established a new tradition this year of belting out the song “Piano Man” during the middle of the 8th inning at home games.

    New York Mets fans established a new tradition this year of belting out the song “Piano Man” during the middle of the 8th inning at home games.

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    So when Billy Joel, the original crooner of the classic, appeared at Game 3 of the World Series between the Mets and the Kansas City Royals Friday night, it was only right that the crowd give him an extra special serenade.

    So when Billy Joel, the original crooner of the classic, appeared at Game 3 of the World Series between the Mets and the Kansas City Royals Friday night, it was only right that the crowd give him an extra special serenade.

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    To their sheer enjoyment, Joel joined them midway through. Here he is, with comedian Kevin James, rising to acknowledge the crowd and accompany them in song.

    To their sheer enjoyment, Joel joined them midway through. Here he is, with comedian Kevin James, rising to acknowledge the crowd and accompany them in song.

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    Friday night’s victory 9-3 victory of the Royals was the team’s first in the World Series. Joel, a Long Island native who opened the game with the national anthem, last sang for the Mets during the 1986 World Series.

    Friday night’s victory 9-3 victory of the Royals was the team’s first in the World Series. Joel, a Long Island native who opened the game with the national anthem, last sang for the Mets during the 1986 World Series.

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    Ya gotta believe!

    Do it for this girl who's just being honest:

    Do it for this girl who's just being honest:

    "They're amazing!! Plus they're in the World Series!!"

    Do it for this man who will melt your heart:

    Do it for this man who will melt your heart:

    "Because the team is a FAMILY!!"

    Do it for this guy's brother:

    Do it for this guy's brother:

    "Because my older brother liked them."

    Do it for this father and his son who #believe:

    Do it for this father and his son who #believe:

    "Because New York rocks and so do the Mets!"
    "Because the Mets are the best"


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    Mark my words, the unstoppable American gymnast is going to win all the gold medals at the 2016 Olympics.

    Can everyone pause all activity for a minute? We need to discuss an individual of national, nay, global importance. Her name is Simone Biles.

    Can everyone pause all activity for a minute? We need to discuss an individual of national, nay, global importance. Her name is Simone Biles.

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    Actually, let me rephrase: this is three-time All-Around World Champion ✨ Simone Biles ✨.

    Actually, let me rephrase: this is three-time All-Around World Champion ✨ Simone Biles ✨.

    Is it possible to legally add the sparkle emoji to your name? If so, Simone should consider it.

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    In 2011, Howard University and Morehouse College, two historic HBCUs, agreed to meet in the first-ever Nation’s Football Classic at the once-revered RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. The match was a reunion of sorts for a rivalry that began in the 1920s but went stagnant due to a lack of sponsorship — the last time the two teams had met was 1997.

    The matches became more social events than game days — Howard solidly defeated Morehouse four years in a row, after all. This September’s Classic, with Hampton University, also an HBCU, replacing Morehouse, took on a similar role.

    Susana Raab for Buzzfeed News

    Hampton and Howard have their own long-standing rivalry, though Howard had won the last four meetings. (They dubbed the match the “Battle of the Real HU.”) Either way, football was the foremost focus for only a handful of people in attendance.

    Current students and recent alumni gathered at a stage in the stadium’s shadow, watching rapper 2 Chainz perform medleys of his own songs and covers. Decades of alumni wandered around the perimeter of the tailgate area, chatting with old friends and joking with rivals. They wore shirts with phrases like “Howard Mom” or “The Real #HU.”

    Susana Raab for Buzzfeed News

    It was an ordinary football tailgate, catching the last kicks of summer and the beginning of another rejuvenated HBCU rivalry.

    Stephanie Chapman, a 1991 Howard grad, had only a 20-mile drive to RFK from her home in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. With her was a neighbor whose two children are Hampton students. They loved the rivalry — and the marching bands at halftime even more.

    Football was the focus for Richard Aiyegoro, who was selling “Straight Outta Howard” T-shirts with a friend.

    Aiyegoro, a D.C.-area native, graduated from Howard in the spring of 2015 and was a wide receiver and special teams player for the Bison. Though he grew up near RFK and is a lifelong Washington Redskins fan, he didn’t get a chance to visit the stadium until he was playing on the field himself.

    Susana Raab For Buzzfeed News

    “We’ve been beating Hampton for the last four years,” Aiyegoro joked. “I know my dudes are gonna get that win tonight.”

    Hours later, inside the open-air stadium now primarily used for D.C. United soccer matches, the Bison and Pirates took to the field while fans trickled in to seats in the lower bowl.

    The previous week, Howard had been blown out, 76–0, by Boston College. They were 0–2.

    Hampton came in riding a 1–1 record. John Wall, point guard for the Washington Wizards, strolled around the sideline as the game wound through its first half.

    Hampton’s last-second field goal extended their lead to 16–8 going into halftime, which, for many, was the main event.

    Susana Raab for Buzzfeed News

    As cheerleaders for each team filed onto the field, fans who’d been eating and socializing in the concourses filed back into their seats as the marching bands lined up to perform.

    In red, white, and blue, Howard’s band — nicknamed “Showtime” — formed an eyeball-shaped formation in center field. The fight song blared toward fans in the home stands. The band mixed classic university anthems with popular songs.

    Hampton’s band, following the home team’s crew, took the field and promptly arranged themselves into a big, blue, “HU” formation. As the band played for nearly 10 minutes, Hampton’s dance team, the Ebony Fire, performed at the front line. Nearing the end of the song, the dancers formed a line, picked up cardboard signs, and flipped them over to reveal letters spelling “EQUAL RIGHTS” down the line.

    A member of the Howard University marching band.

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    If halftime was a battle of spirit, Hampton stole the victory from the home crowd, far and away.

    Hampton won, 37–19, to further their lead in the rivalry’s all-time record to 48–43–1. It was the 1,000th game in the history of Hampton football, and the Bison in blue remained on the field as the remaining Howard fans headed to exit.

    Hampton was presented with a trophy shaped like the Washington Monument, branded with the Nation’s Classic logo. Now seven games into their season, Howard has yet to find a victory, and Hampton is floating soundly with a 4–4 record.

    As the last fans wound their way out of RFK, Hampton’s band remained in stands in the lower bowl, playing a distinct and fitting melody for such an all-round victory: Kanye West’s “Heartless.”

    Susana Raab for Buzzfeed News

    LINK: Read BuzzFeed News' HBCU Issue




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    The former NRL star is reportedly “shocked and upset” by the news.

    Former Australian NRL star Jarryd Hayne's fledgling NFL career has hit a speed bump, with the San Francisco 49ers announcing Saturday that Hayne has been cut from their squad.

    Former Australian NRL star Jarryd Hayne's fledgling NFL career has hit a speed bump, with the San Francisco 49ers announcing Saturday that Hayne has been cut from their squad.

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    After an impressive start to the pre-season that got tongues wagging across the globe, Hayne has received criticism over his more recent appearances.

    Channel 7 reported that Hayne was "shocked" and "upset" over the decision, which saw him dropped from the 49ers 53-large active squad.

    On Weekend Sunrise, L.A. correspondent Angela Cox said Hayne had found out the news on the team bus.

    "The team is due to play tomorrow. He thought he was going to be playing," she said. "He's really shocked, very upset about this."

    However, Hayne tweeted positively about the news, saying he was "blessed for another test".

    Hayne has technically been "waived", meaning any other NFL team can now pick him up and add him to their squad. However, if no other teams choose to pick up Hayne, he can return to the 49ers practice squad.

    Hayne's agent, Jack Bechta, said on Twitter he believes the Saturday announcement is a sign the 49ers would prefer Hayne to remain with them.


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    Riley’s dad — and, oh yeah, NBA champion and league MVP — dishes on his dadding life.

    2015 has been quite the year for Stephen Curry.

    2015 has been quite the year for Stephen Curry.

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    On the court, he led the Golden State Warriors to their first NBA championship in 40 years and won the league’s Most Valuable Player award.

    On the court, he led the Golden State Warriors to their first NBA championship in 40 years and won the league’s Most Valuable Player award.

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    Off the court, he became nearly as well known as the dad of 3-year-old Riley Curry, who took the internet by storm with her off-the-charts adorableness.

    That's Riley doing the “Whip/Nae Nae” dance on her 3rd birthday.

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    And to top it all off, he had the joy of welcoming a new daughter, Ryan Carson, to the world.

    And to top it all off, he had the joy of welcoming a new daughter, Ryan Carson, to the world.

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    “Move it football head!”

    "Look I'm a football head!"

    "Look I'm a football head!"

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    "Who's laughing now?'

    "Who's laughing now?'

    Darren Mccollester / Getty Images / Nickelodeon / Loryn Brantz

    "Ack got me."

    "Ack got me."

    Norm Hall / Getty Images / Nickelodeon / Loryn Brantz

    "Move it football...player!"

    "Move it football...player!"

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    New Zealand rugby player Sonny Bill Williams felt sorry for a boy who was tackled by security.

    New Zealand All Blacks player Sonny Bill Williams made Charlie Lines the happiest boy alive when he gave him his winner's medal at the Rugby World Cup final.

    New Zealand All Blacks player Sonny Bill Williams made Charlie Lines the happiest boy alive when he gave him his winner's medal at the Rugby World Cup final.

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    The eight-year-old was roughly tackled by security at Twickenham stadium in London on Saturday after he leapt over the barrier to join the New Zealand team in a victory lap of the pitch after they beat Australia to win the Rugby World Cup.

    Following the incident, Williams gave Lines his medal because he wanted to make sure that the boy's memory of the game was a positive one, Sky news said.

    "If it was my little brother or a cousin, I would have given that security guard a hiding. This will be a night he remembers, hopefully," Williams said.

    "If it was my little brother or a cousin, I would have given that security guard a hiding. This will be a night he remembers, hopefully," Williams said.

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    Williams expressed concern for the safety of the young boy when up against a large security guard.

    "He was only eight and the other fella was a full-on man, so it looked like he would break his ribs or something," the player told ITV News.


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    The Kansas City Royals are World Series champs for the first time in 30 years, beating the New York Mets on Sunday in Game 5.

    The Royals beat the Mets 7–2, though the Mets had hung onto a lead for most of the game. The Mets' Curtis Granderson hit an early home run, which remained the only score on the board through five innings. He scored again in the sixth off of a fly ball hit by Lucas Duda.

    Though Royals starting pitcher Edinson Volquez — who had just returned from his father's funeral in the Dominican Republic — pitched six innings, allowing only two hits, one earned run, and five walks, Mets ace Matt Harvey dominated through 8 scoreless innings to send the game into the final frame with the Royals down two runs.

    In the top of the ninth, Harvey allowed a leadoff walk to Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain, who then stole second base during first baseman Eric Hosmer's at-bat. Hosmer ripped a double deep to left to score Cain, and Harvey was pulled for closer Jeurys Familia. Down 2–1 with one out, Hosmer advanced to third on a ground out by third baseman Mike Moustakas. Catcher Salvador Perez hit a ball softly to Mets third baseman David Wright, who threw Perez out at first, but Hosmer scored the tying run when Mets first baseman Lucas Duda wasn't able to successfully throw him out at home.

    The game went to extras, and the Royals took the one-run lead in the 12th inning. Catcher Perez hit a leadoff single to start the inning, and was replaced with pinch-runner Jarrod Dyson, who quickly stole second base. Dyson advanced to third on a groundout, and scored the go-ahead run on a single from pinch-hitter Christian Colon. Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy bobbled a hit from Paul Orlando, and Colon advanced to second, and Orlando reached first. Murphy had a similarly crucial fielding error in Game 4.

    The Royals went on to knock in Colon on a double by shortstop Alcides Escobar, making it 4–2. The Royals loaded the bases, and Mets veteran Bartolo Colon took the mound, allowing a base-clearing double from Lorenzo Cain, cracking the game open to 7–2, Royals. The Mets were unable to answer in the bottom of the frame.

    It was par for the course for the 2015 Royals, who clobbered their way through the postseason to return to the World Series for the second year in a row. Their 2014 bid for the crown was stymied by the San Francisco Giants and dominant performances from Madison Bumgarner. Though the Royals clawed their way through the 2014 postseason — they made their way to the ALDS following a wild and unbelievable performance in the AL Wild Card against the Oakland Athletics — they finished the 2015 regular season with the best record in the American League.

    The Royals took an early lead in the series over the Mets with back-to-back wins in Kansas City to send the game to New York needing only two wins. The Mets managed to take Game 3 from the Royals behind rookie pitcher Noah Syndergaard, but dropped Game 4 to the Royals.

    The Mets last won a World Series in 1986. The Royals won their only World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals in an intra-state showdown in 1985.

    LINK: What The World Was Like The Last Time The Kansas City Royals Were In The World Series


    LINK: Father Of Royals Pitcher Dies Moments Before World Series Debut




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    They literally found love in a hopeless place.

    These are newlyweds Kate Queram and Brandon Wagoner — or, as they were once known in the ESPN comments section, bleu_girl_04 and AAWolv.

    These are newlyweds Kate Queram and Brandon Wagoner — or, as they were once known in the ESPN comments section, bleu_girl_04 and AAWolv.

    Long before their Oct. 24, wedding, they first "met" on January 30, 2012, while joking about being some of the only Michigan fans on ESPN. Queram signed up after moving to Wilmington, North Carolina, and missing the rabid college football fans she'd left behind.

    Commenting soon became part of her regular routine, as did "talking" to Wagoner. "I liked him right away," she told BuzzFeed Life, noting that many commenters thought she was a man. "He was funny and flirty and he could spell, and he was, of course, a Michigan fan. He made me laugh, and every time I logged on, I hoped he would be there."

    She was purportedly one of the only women commenting, Wagoner said. "I was immediately struck by how hilarious and fun she is," he said. "Beyond that, I didn’t think that anything serious would occur, because, well, we were commenting on an ESPN blog." Both of them had graduated from Michigan, but Queram had in 2004 and Wagoner had in 2011, so they never crossed paths.

    Their interactions became frequent and flirty, so much so that fellow commenters started calling them a "blog couple," a title they didn't fight. At one point, Wagoner jokingly "proposed" by uploading a picture of a Michigan 1997 Championship ring to the comments. At the time, they still didn't know each other's names.

    Courtesy of Kate Queram

    A year later, the Manti Te'o scandal broke, and hiding behind an online alias raised serious concerns.

    A year later, the Manti Te'o scandal broke, and hiding behind an online alias raised serious concerns.

    "When the Te'o thing happened, all the guys started up the 'but are you a guy, really?' comments again, and this time even Brandon said something along the lines of, 'But really, am I being catfished?'" Queram said. Tired of the questions, which had been happening since she started commenting, she sent Wagoner a private message with her Twitter handle to prove her identity. From there, they exchanged email addresses, and started talking — a lot.

    Two months later, in March 2013, Wagoner drove from Ann Arbor to Wilmington (a 12-hour trip) to meet Queram for the first time. Even though he was "so nervous that I could barely stand," they hit it off instantly.

    Their relationship got serious pretty quickly from there. Queram says her friends and family were supportive of her unconventional love story from the start, but Wagoner said some of his loved ones were a bit more skeptical. "I never lied [about how we met], but I didn’t go out of my way to tell everyone at first," he said.

    Kate Queram

    They got married in Queram's hometown of Middleton, Wisconsin, but their wedding was pure Michigan.

    They got married in Queram's hometown of Middleton, Wisconsin, but their wedding was pure Michigan.

    They played the college fight song, and ESPN was there to film the whole thing. Both Queram and Wagoner incorporated the story of how they met into their vows. Queram said, "Since the very first time we ever talked on that ridiculous football blog, you have been the best part of my day. I will spend the rest of my life trying to be the best part of yours."

    Their officiant also told the story of how they met (without mentioning Manti Te'o), and both the best man and Queram's father mentioned it in their toasts. "I think most of the people at our wedding knew the story, at least in some way, so I don't think any of it was a shock," Queram said.

    Courtesy of Kate Queram


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    French bulldog with a bat flip is what Halloween 2015 was made for.


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    She can’t stop slaaayin’.

    Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis just won the WTA women's doubles title. It was Mirza's 10th title of the year, and the duo's 9th together.

    Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis just won the WTA women's doubles title. It was Mirza's 10th title of the year, and the duo's 9th together.

    Instagram: @instagram.com/mirzasaniar/?hl=en

    Instagram: @instagram.com/mirzasaniar/?hl=en

    Instagram: @instagram.com/mirzasaniar/?hl=en


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    Particularly this one dude.

    Today it was announced that Foxtel had been beaten in a bidding war for the rights to broadcast the English Premier League by Optus. The news led to an absolute monsoon of grief and anger.

    Today it was announced that Foxtel had been beaten in a bidding war for the rights to broadcast the English Premier League by Optus. The news led to an absolute monsoon of grief and anger.

    It's not yet known how Optus plans to broadcast the EPL from 2016 onwards, but that didn't stop a barrage of abuse making its way onto the Foxtel Facebook page.

    Facebook

    Some took to memes as their preferred medium of communication.

    Some took to memes as their preferred medium of communication.

    Facebook

    Facebook

    Facebook


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    It is entirely valid to skip work if your team lost last night.


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    Let Britain show you how real football is done.

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