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The 13 Gods of the Internet: All Hail Listikles!

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The 13 Gods of the Internet: All Hail Listikles!

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      The always hilarious College Humor have reimagined a load of internet personality types as Greek gods, and it’s pretty funny. Which Gods of the internet do you relate to? Are you a Goddess-Of-Know-It-Alls Or A Sulkin? Click here to see the full collection and remember to hail Listikles for more Lifehacks and don’t be a Commentares!

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