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Boner Candidates for April 21, 2015

Boner Candidates #1: I BROUGHT THE KNIFE TO KEEP THINGS FAIR

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A Florida mother drove her 13-year-old daughter to a fight with a peer and encouraged the girl to brawl, officials said Monday, and two bystanders recorded the incident on video. Tabitha Anne Bennett was arrested and charged with child abuse, assault and battery offenses, Pasco County Sheriff’s officials said. On April 12, Bennett sent a Facebook message to a 14-year-old girl, telling her that she was bringing her daughter to fight her, deputies said. Bennett told authorities that she felt the other teen was bullying her daughter, so she encouraged her to fight. According to an arrest affidavit, Bennett drove up to the fight location and exited her car with a folding knife in her hand.

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Boner Candidates #2: THE KYLIE JENNER LIP CHALLENGE

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Over the past week, teenagers have been participating in something called the #kyliejennerlipchallenge. The challenge sees teens placing bottles or jars over the mouth and sucking in the air, causing their lips to swell. It’s honestly horrifying.The challenge has left many aspiring Kylie Jenners with bruising and many are living to regret taking part.

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Boner Candidates #3: PUT EM ON THE LYNCH LIST

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A Pennsylvania high school has come under media scrutiny after a group of students organized an “Anti-Gay Day” in response to the nationally-observed Day of Silence. The Day of Silence, which has been officially organized by GLSEN (or the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network) since 2001, encourages students and young adults to take a vow of silence in an effort to prompt officials to address the problem of anti-lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) bullying and harassment in their schools. Although the Day of Silence was observed April 17 nationally, McGuffey High School in Claysville scheduled their related activities for Wednesday, April 15 because of a planned field trip, BuzzFeed is reporting. This prompted the group of students to ask classmates to wear flannel shirts and write “anti-gay” on their hands on Thursday, April 16, in protest, according to WPXI-TV. In addition, participants posted Bible verses on the lockers of students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT), the news station noted. Meanwhile, some encounters between students who participated and those who didn’t even got physical, The Advocate pointed out, and snapshots of the flannel-clad group appeared on social media.

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