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Miss Teen USA South Carolina 2007 has The Last Laugh, Y’all

Oh, YES! We all are guilty of having laughed our asses off at this sweet, young, clueless woman 6 years ago. But she is having the last laugh today, she is. Somebody on FOX News Channel needs to find this gal and interview her about her prescient ways...

Uh-huh. Go on and laugh ... again. Go on...

The Czech Republic and Chechnya are nearly 2,000 miles apart, but that didn’t stop people from mixing up their geography.

The Boston Marathon bombing suspects, the Tsarnaev brothers, are of Chechen ethnicity. When the similar sounding Czech Republic, a country in Central Europe, began getting buzz online, the country’s ambassador to the United States stepped in to clear up the social media confusion.

“The Czech Republic is trending because idiots are confusing it with Chechnya. If you’re not sure whether to laugh or cry, cry,” Chris Jones, a writer for Esquire and back-page columnist for ESPN The Magazine tweeted.

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“As more information on the origin of the alleged perpetrators is coming to light, I am concerned to note in the social media a most unfortunate misunderstanding in this respect,” Ambassador Petr Gandalovi? wrote in a statement.

“The Czech Republic and Chechnya are two very different entities – the Czech Republic is a Central European country; Chechnya is a part of the Russian Federation,” he said.

So you see, the massive force of police, FBI, Homeland Security, tanks and military were looking for THESE two radical and murderous brothers...

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Not THESE two wild and crazy brothers...

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Mmm-kay, Twitdiots?

Here are those Twitter users who are brave enough to still have their tweets up for all to see

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That's just one. Aren't you glad these folks aren't working in our ICBM silos? ... Well, hopefully not...

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