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Pornhub traffic in Washington DC skyrocketed on election night

Good job everyone: Americans took a break from looking at porn long enough to watch the midterm erection election results roll in.  According to Pornhub's ever-insightful analytics, traffic in the United States was up as much as 20 percent on
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'Outlander' Season 4 ventures into a brave new world of American history

Another season of Outlander — another leap into relocation to new political upheaval.  After four years of this pattern, you'd think the gimmick would get old. But the time-traveling period drama might've actually found its most
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'Doctor Who' history made: Jodie Whittaker aces American debut

Finally, a world of Doctor Who fans has seen the result of a very brave and controversial decision, unprecedented in the show's 55-year history.  That's right: in Sunday's episode, for the first time ever, most characters on the show —
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The presidential alert meme is here for all of your emergencies

Got an announcement to make? The presidential alert meme is here for you.  Americans got a text from none other than Donald Trump at 2:18 p.m. ET on Wednesday. Sort of.  SEE ALSO: Predictably, America wasn't thrilled with the nationwide
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Over 29 million Americans got up early to watch the Royal Wedding live

Even though Meghan Markle is marrying into the British royal family, she still has an army of American supporters. 29.2 million Americans tuned in to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding  live on Saturday, according to Deadline with
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The fascinating thing Americans were Googling during the royal wedding

Nothing makes a wedding more magical than drilling down into some search engine data. Real fairy-tale stuff. SEE ALSO: Bishop Michael Curry brought passion and fire to the Royal Wedding Google trends released some stats pertaining to people's Google
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Kimmel asked passers-by to name any book, and it went spectacularly badly

Prompted by some recent stats from the Pew Research Center about how many books Americans read, Jimmy Kimmel decided to do some investigating. SEE ALSO: Celebrities reading texts from their moms is hilariously awkward According to the study, about
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Sugary cereal is the unsatisfying food I'll love forever

Like most Americans, it takes me at least five bowls of cereal to feel anything close to satisfied. And then, despite everything I've worked for, I'm still forced to eat some rancid-ass banana to satisfy my residual starvation pangs. What a