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This Man's Brutally Honest Charts About Life Have The Internet Saying 'Same'

This Man's Brutally Honest Charts About Life Have The Internet Saying 'Same'
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8 months ago

Some use Instagram to document their lives, some promote their wares, some track their workouts. And some post charts.

Well, one guy at least.    

Instagram user @mattsurelee decided to make a unique chart per day and post them on Instagram. And we are so here for them.

I mean...right!???

Instead of a pie chart, here's a fry chart:

This one should piss some people off.

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Accurate:

Party buses.

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Doesn't get better than a Venn diagram:

Animals Venn.

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And Sundays, amirite?

The rare Sunday chart.

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How do you measure a minute?

"That was only 2 minutes??" - me

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Very important:

Show this to someone you'd like to make sex to

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The most important pie chart is pizza pie chart...

Hot take: I like pizza.

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So true:

Tag a friend.

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Even Game of Thrones needs a chart:

This is exactly what happens.

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So do doctor appointments:

This one gets harder the longer you think about it. Choose wisely.

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And of course, weekends too:

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There are so many more charts on @mattsurelee's Instagram so check them out! Thanks Matt for the laughs!

  

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