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10 Of The Biggest Lies We Were Told In 2015

Why you always lying?

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Looking back on 2015, it's hard not to see the broken promises pushed under the rug. Sharp pieces of bullshit stick out under the shag carpet. They thought we would forget their lies. But we haven't.

1. Frank Ocean Will Release New Album July 2015: / Via

Frank Ocean's cryptic Tumblr post led fans to believe he would be dropping his sophomore album in July 2015. It's now been delayed to 2016.

Even Adele's pissed about it. "I'm just fucking waiting for Frank fucking Ocean to come out with his album," she told Rolling Stone. "It's taking so fucking long."

2. The World Will Be Annihilated With Fire On October 7:

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Chris McCann, the leader and founder of the eBible fellowship, updated his earlier claims that the world would end May 21, 2011 to October 2015. Apparently that was just judgement day and it would take 1600 days for God to put His plan into action.

For those of us who sold all of our earthly belongings in preparation for the end times, this day was a total bummer.

3. We Will All Get To Watch This Hilarious Movie Starring Zach Galifianakis And Kristen Wiig

After pushing back the release date twice, Relativity media has pulled the film indefinitely. It all stems from last July, when the studio filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, bankrupting the world from what's sure to be a comedy masterpiece.


5. Hoverboards Are Coming To The Masses

We just want what was promised to us in Back To The Future II. Skateboards WITHOUT wheels. What we got are these broken segways that are admittedly fun but not what was promised. I know there are magnetic hoverboards but they are not for sale and unrealistic for real-life use. We're upset!

7. Love Is Real

Now Gwen and Blake are dating, and we don't know which way's up anymore.


9. An Asteroid Will Hit Puerto Rico

Prophet Efrain Rodriguez told us that an asteroid was going to hit Puerto Rico and destroy the Earth sometime between September 15 and 28. The prophecy picked up so much steam online that NASA had to publicly debunk the rumors. Looks like Rodriguez lied, because it's November, and I just booked my trip to Puerto Rico.