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10 Reasons Why 2014 Will Be Horrible

10 Reasons Why 2014 Will Be Horrible

By Jason Saenz

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We hope you had a great 2013, because 2014 is looking to be the worst in human history. Why? Is Rebecca Black releasing yet another video about a day of the week? [Answer: YES.] Need more proof? Then take a look at these 10 reasons why next year just might be our last.
1. Instagram will no increase its video hosting duration from 15 seconds to 45 minutes, effectively turning it into the "YouTube for brunch photos."

2. Vine will shorten it's videos from 6 seconds to 0.6 seconds. However, no one will notice.

3. Google + will continue to grow, meaning you will have to click "deny" 500% more next year.

4. Ads on Twitter will increase, meaning you'll have to read twenty "check out this awesome deal on socks" posts from retailers before reading "Check out these awesome socks" post from friends.

5. Amazon will begin delivering packages with drones. Speed will be faster, but if you don't tip the deliverymen they will shoot you.

6. The new shopping demographic will change from 12-18 year olds to 7-11 years old, making Dora The Explorer the #1 social force in business.

7. The NFL will impose more rules to protect their players from injury with the controversial "no tackle" rule.

8. Michael Bay's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" will flop because Megan Fox is too plastic to play a cartoon character.

9. The new Godzilla remake will have people disappointed because lead actor Bryan Cranston doesn't say "I'm the one who knocks" when Godzilla steps on his house.

10. Hunger Games: Mocking Jay Part 1 will be so good, audiences will drag Jennifer Lawrence out of her house and demand she re-enact Part 2 immediately.
Topics: Life, Entertainment
Tags: technology, predictions, top 10, social media, worst of 2014

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Jason Saenz

Jason Saenz is a writer in New York City. Follow him on Twitter @JasonSaenz!

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