1. The discovery that there is a walnut that looks like Chewbacca.
2. The fact this happened on Countdown.
5. The penis-shaped church that someone spotted on Google Maps.
6. These movie posters improved by sloths.
7. The weird pixel glitch that gave Nigel Farage a Hitler ‘stache on BBC News.
Which ran and ran, and yet somehow never stopped being funny.
10. The sight of Game of Thrones’ Robb Stark on the Tube.
11. (Though Jay Z and Chris Martin commuting to their gig at the O2 was pretty special too.)
12. This flooring contractor/punning genius.
14. This Amazon review of Morrissey’s autobiography.
15. The discovery that Terry Pratchett wears this T-shirt to conventions.
17. Benedict Cumberbatch’s message for the paparazzi.
19. These instructions on how to kiss a girl, from 1916.
22. These kids who dressed up as Breaking Bad’s Walt and Jesse for Halloween.
26. The guy who trolled Brighton with a series of fake planning notices.
27. When the #askGaryBarlow hashtag took a turn for the surreal.
28. When this golf club’s wartime rules — possibly the most British thing ever — went viral.
30. This Thor pun, which Charmin tweeted then deleted.
31. The Simpsons obsessive who actually built the Homer car.
32. John Lewis, aka the most patient and polite man on Twitter.
34. These kitchen items, which only make sense after about five seconds of looking at them.
35. The phenomenon of mascots observing minute’s silences at football matches.
36. When the royal baby became a meme.
38. The realisation that David Cameron looks like a cardboard box…
39. That Miley Cyrus looks like a horse…
40. That bats turned upside down look like they’re having an awesome dance party…
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- And President Obama actually made his daughters laugh at the annual White House turkey pardon. ›