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Watch 2 Snowmen Blast Each Other with Fireworks to Celebrate the End of Winter
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It’s 45 degrees today, roofs are collapsing from all the melting snow, and even though we’re likely getting more snow tonight, it feels like the winter from hell is finally coming to an end. To celebrate, here’s two snowmen destroying each other with Roman candles. More

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This Video Perfectly Sums Up The Best Parts of Winter in Boston
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Boston is certainly is no stranger to the cold. This year, we braved a frigid winter and managed to turn the never-ending tundra into our own winter wonderland. Although the snow led to some ugly commutes and uglier fights over parking spots, it should come as no surprise that creative Bostonians found new ways to make the weather actually tolerable.

In case you missed the fun, one YouTube user created a Boston snow montage that sums up what went down this winter.
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Man Tapes Mentos to His Body, Jumps Into Bathtub of Coke (With Mixed Results)
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There are people in this world with too few brain cells and too much time on their hands yearning for social media attention. But it’s those people and their Internet videos that keep us happy and make work a little less boring. Case in point: This guy who turned himself into a human Mentos and Diet Coke experiment.
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Watch A Local Chef Use Real Boston Snow to Make Cocktails With Jimmy Fallon on ‘The Tonight Show’
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Chef Michael Schlow owns and operates seven restaurants around the nation (five in New England), but he’s first and foremost a Boston guy. So when Jimmy Fallon invited him on The Tonight Show, he brought a little bit of Boston attitude — and a whole lot of Boston snow — for some ice-cold cocktails. More

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The Open Internet Will Keep Us Stupid and Happy
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Two stupid internet memes captured the world’s attention yesterday.

One was a police chase involving two llamas. The other, a dress that nearly plunged the nation into civil war.

It’s a sublime coincidence that both occurred on the same day that the FCC classified the Internet as a public utility.

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