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Super Sexy Topless Weekend Hangover Aggregation Fun Time! – 10-28-13

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Collecting the best (but not all) reader-submitted tips from the weekend thread

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What does each country lead the world in? (Gallen_Dugall)

-Under the milky way tonight (SlyDante777)

-Weird Al is Bananaman? (Gallen_Dugall)

Are you sure? (LYT)

-Google’s secret San Francisco Bay lair, apparently not search-proof (James.k.Polk)

Call of Duty Mega Bloks. Obvious crossover = Halo. Less obvious: Barbie and Hello Kitty (troi).

Life-size Lego Dalek seems timely, would definitely be so in a TARDIS (Timely-Tardis-Lego)

-China’s version of Power Rangers will have you hungry for a sequel series in an hour (FakeAssName).

Knight in armor hoodie is crazy expensive but probably dragon-proof (rkwsuperstar)

Also: Canadian Scott plush toy!

Boob-fu Grip! (scarfdemon).

-Helmet of the future – not available in hot-rod red (Gallen_Dugall)

Also – Game of Bones looks godawful thus far:

-Nearly 20 years of PlayStation, and your token black friend’s fashion sense remains stuck in the ’90s (SlyDante77)

Also : The Tweeting bra.

Iron Man’s parentage is as shaky as his delirium tremens hands (earthmanprime).

-Things you do online that’d be creepy in real life…unless you’re Chris Hardwick, and they become your stand-up routine (troi).

Predator cosplayer attacked; assailant needs time to bleed (Reuglar_Stormy)

-Big feet, big price-tag: the lifesize lawn yeti (rkwsuperstar)

Breaking Bad on ice (SlyDante777)

Also: cigarette box transformer

-Silly Russians: grenades are for pricks! (Dr.Gonzo82)

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