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Funny Viral Tweet About Reality Of Undergoing Anesthesia For Surgery

It might shock you to learn that Hollywood has set unrealistic expectations for many of life's events, including, as it turns out, what it's like to be put under anesthetic before surgery. One guy's hilarious tweet about his experience of being sedated has gone viral and hundreds of people commended with their own encounters with anesthetists. Check out some of the best responses below and then read some of the funny things people have said under anesthesia.

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Tweets That Show The Realities Of Marriage

Marriage is a beautiful thing, especially at the beginning when you're all loved up. But once the honeymoon phase is over, real life happens and the standard arguments over what to order in a restaurant and whose turn it is to wash up become pretty common. All couples go through some rough patches, it's part of life. But the key to weathering the tough times and having a happy and successful marriage is to find the humor in your daily lives together and make fun of your idiosyncrasies. Here are some all too relatable tweets showing us how couples get through their every-day spats, proving that married life isn't always all it's cracked up to be.

If you like these, check out these funny and sometimes aggravatingly real marriage tweets and these amusing marriage tweets.

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35 Dark Comics That Might Make You LOL or Cry

Artist, comedian or other things extraordinaire,Martin Rosnerhas been making comics for a while. But there is something genuinely funny and sad about his comics. They speak the truth... well in a way. Stand up Comedians usually take bits of there lives and create stories for peoples enjoyment. This is what Rosner has seemed to have done with his comics. Martin told Bored Panda, "This whole thing started because I decided to make a comic a day for two months straight. I was severely depressed for two years and failed two colleges but thanks to therapy, meds and a lot of work on myself I'm doing much better. Making these comics to me is like being able to say to my depression, 'even with you in the way I am still able to make something." And we are so glad he did! Just scroll down and see for yourself.

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Bedtime. We always think it's going to be filled with books and cuddles until ... REALITY!

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Wa all want to pack our kids delicious, nutritious, artistic, amazing school lunches. But we usually fail.


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Artist inserts Magazine Cutouts Into Reality And Makes It Less Boring

American artist and photographer Kalen Hollomon mixes two eras by inserting pictures from vintage magazines into modern New York street scenes. Cool!
Via: Ufunk

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Are You Living an Insta Lie? Social Media Vs. Reality. 
If you're guilty of living an Insta Lie or know somebody that is, then this video is most certainly for you. The video was created by Ditch the Label, an anti-bullying organisation working in the USA, UK, and Mexico, and the purpose of the film is to highlight how the "perfect" lives that people strive to imitate are often not so perfect after all. Created in partnership with fashion house boohoo.com, the video raises important questions about truth, perception, and identity.