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Video: As if you needed more proof that celebrities live in a different world than us: here's what happens when an Instagram account with 8 million followers (this particular one shows the 433 soccer account) posts a picture and then gets deluged with likes, comments, emojis and whatever other notification. There's no sad awkward moment before your first like from your mum, no social anxiety about social media, instead the phone becomes essentially unusable as it gets bombarded because of its popularity, like its being forced to run some sort of hacker script but it's really just hundreds and thousands and millions of people across the world looking at their phone and double tapping on a dumb picture about nothing.

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In today's flooded app market, it's hard for developers to get an idea noticed, and even harder to get it to stick. Needless to say celebrity cred goes a long way, and so has birthed an unlikely partnership between Hollywood stars and software programmers.

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Blessed with the calming voice of a warm blanket on a cold night, Morgan Freeman is basically the best narrator for nearly every documentary and most life situations. I could listen him talk about anything and it would feel important. But what about Morgan Freeman on helium? How's that sound? Hilarious.

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Tattoos don't have the same stigma as they once did but we're still a bit away from having body art painted on the sleeves of politicians or on the necks of princesses. I wish they were though. These photoshopped images of famous people covered in tattoos are so great that I wish it was real life. How hilarious would it be to see Spock covered in ink? Or to have the regal Jackie O tatted up? It would be awesome.

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Who wouldn't want Kevin Hart yelling accurate but somehow disparaging directions at them while they're trying to drive? No one. So Waze made a deal with Universal Pictures to get celebrities talking at us while we're lost.

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Emoticons are inherently silly. They're text based facial expressions that don't always make sense. Anytime a $ or # gets inserted to an emoticon, no one has any idea what the hell is going on anymore. But! When emoticons capture a feeling perfectly, they're beyond brilliant. A string of words can't even express life the same.

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What do you Instagram? Food. Cupcakes. The beach. The beach with your sandy feet. Clouds. Dogs. Beer. Selfies. High heels. Forgotten Nights. TBTs. And maybe on some off chance a blurry photo of a celebrity you saw on the street. Or on a magazine. Or in a movie. You're certainly not as hilarious as Peeje T. He perfectly photoshops celebrities into his Instagram. It's wonderful.

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Celebrities endorsing products in weird, non-sensical combinations isn't anything new. Ozzy Osbourne, for instance, hocked I Can't Believe It's Not Butter, and Kiss wanted you to rest for eternity in your very own Kiss Kasket. But those were the dark ages. The dawn of the smartphone gave celebs an even easier, more intimate way to make sure we never forget who they are and that they're still famous, so help us god.

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Do you remember the first time you saw Gangnam Style? Or the first time you laughed at Antoine Dodson? Or even Charlie bit my finger? What about watching Rebecca Black's Friday? It was a long time ago! So what are all those YouTube stars doing now? This infographic gets you up to date.