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That time Jon Snow got someone out of a speeding ticket, by being dead

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In the context of the Game of Thrones TV show, Jon Snow is a large donged hero known for being one of the baddest motherfuckers in all of Westoros. A legend with a blade to his enemies and his tongue to the ladies, the character is one of the most popular in recent pop culture history. So much so that his death was somehow able to get the actor playing him out of speeding ticket. 

That time Mortal Kombat made a mullet canon

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The Mortal Kombat series is home to a number of eminently recognisable characters, including a pantheon of superpowered colour-coordinated ninjas, a dickhead movie star who glows green and a shaolin monk who teleports via razor-hat. In regards to the latter, the game also features another monk, who sports a mullet. A mullet they made canon after an actor refused to shave his head.

That time a boxer beat up like 100 people, with one eye

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In the world of boxing the name Harry Greb is one held in especially high esteem with Greb being considered one of the best pound for pound fighters to have ever lived. A feat that is doubly impressive when you realise that he bested about 100 fridge-sized men with only one functional eye that itself, was pretty shit at spotting when a right hook was veering towards Greb’s face at half the speed of sound towards the end of his storied career.

Everything in the Matrix is a little bit green

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The Matrix is a film in which a random office worker discovers that the entirety of reality is a mocking simulation created by dickhead robots and that his entire life is a lie. A twist that is subtly alluded to through the entire movie via the the strategic use of a of more green goo than an episode of a kid’s show in the 1990’s. 

McDonald’s really doesn’t want people to believe it sells forever burgers

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Like many fast food restaurants McDonald’s is primarily known for selling shitty food for relatively little money and people respect that because sometimes, you’re hungry and don’t want to spend a lot of money. The thing is, McDonald’s really doesn’t like that people think it’s food is a processed mass of preservatives and beef sinew held together by marketing and the limp, flaccid grip of its paper packaging. A fact no better summed up than by the companies staunch refusal to admit that it sells forever burgers.