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In case you haven’t been keeping up to date with the latest trends because you’re busy doing actual, productive things with your life, this article should clear some things up for you. Did you know that when thrown, Vans always land upright? Neither did anyone else until recently when the trend began taking the internet by storm. Apparently, throwing in any direction you can imagine makes them land upright when they hit the floor nearly every single time. I say “nearly” only because there are a few outliers in which the Vans do not land on their feet *bu dum crash*,   but with overwhelming majority they do. I would encourage you to check out these trials on Twitter as some of theM bring back nostalgic memories.

These nostalgic memories I speak of are those old construction-man toys I, at least, used to play with when I was a kid. The ones where no matter how you dropped them they would turn in midair and right themselves. Or even sometimes get to like a 10-degree angle to the floor and then just pop back up.

This new craze just goes to show how wonderful the world is because even in times where two nuclear powers are threatening war and a deadly tornado is tearing up the Midwest, humans can still just find a way to mess around and have fun, by just chucking their shoes.

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Cole Noss, Staff Writer

Hello, I am Cole Noss. I am a member of the Class of 2020. In addition to writing for the Omega, I am also part of the History and Politics, Saint Philip...

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