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You Can Take My Pickles From My Cold Dead Corpse, BuzzFeed

This morning I woke up to find that many people I thought were my friends were actually backstabbing, evil assholes who are not to be trusted. Suddenly and without provocation, this headline started popping up in my social media feeds:...
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