16 Things That Prove That 2016 Is Definitely The End Of The World As We Know It

10. Quinoa vodka is now a thing

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2016 has taken a weird turn for us all. 

Between weird world news, munchie boxes ruling the roost and adult scooting, we've all sort of lost the plot a bit. We've rounded up the best, worst and weirdest happenings that have made Dublin what it is today - a total and utter mindfuck. 

1. The 101733% increase in people scooting to work

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2. Rattatas are guarding St. James' Gate

3. Shaggy, yes the real Shaggy, played in Toners

But, how could we be sure? Maybe it wasn't him.

4. You can now get every one of your childhood treats in smoothie, doughnut or cocktail form

Twister cocktail... Anyone?

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5. And all of your childhood sweethearts have teamed up as one 

All in the name of cash doll... We mean, music.

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6. This is an actual headline

Yep, this actually happened.

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Photo cred: www.irishtimes.com

7. The city is crumbling all around us

8. A 'fast food birthday cake' is now a thing

Just for reference, this is made up of six double cheese burgers, four fries, 50 McNuggets, three pizzas, 15 pieces of chicken, a whole load of mash and a healthy serving of gravy.

Horrified or turned on? You decide. 

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9. Mattress Mick now runs a course in how to be zen

Yes, THIS Mattress Mick.

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10. Quinoa vodka is now a thing

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Photo cred: www.foodietails.com

11. Ideas like this exist

And people, moreover. 

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12. Stuff like this is shared on Facebook

RELENTLESSLY.

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13. Ghostbusters have more rights than a few of us

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14. The people are finally coming to terms

The Truman Show, dat u?

15. Gluten Free magazines are a thing

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16. And finally, this job title is now available

May God have mercy on their souls. 

Written By

Kate Demolder

Kate is a contributing writer here at Lovin Dublin. You are as likely to see her indulging in some of Dublin’s finer establishments, as well as panic-exercising the day after.

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