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9 Reasons Why Everything Is Terrible

Get your comfort food ready.

Posted on May 2, 2013, at 7:46 a.m. ET

1. There are more people on Facebook than there are books in the world.

Stats via CNET and Mashable.

2. There are more politicians in the US than there are pandas on earth.

Stats via Census Bureau and Panda.org.

3. Lindsay Lohan has been seen in court more than Amy Poehler has been seen in movies.

Jason Merritt / Getty Images

Stats via Contact Music and Wikipedia.

4. Kim Kardashian is worth more than Neil Degrasse Tyson, President Obama, Louis CK, and Zach Galifianakis combined.

Mike Coppola / Getty Images

5. More people watched "CSI Las Vegas" than watched the Mars landing.

Stats via Wikipedia and Mashable.

6. In America, there are more gun owners than cat owners

Stats via AVMA and the New York Times.

7. In 2012, Americans wasted $180 Billion worth of food. That's enough money to buy Greenland.

8. If "Homeless People" was a country, it would be the 12th biggest in the world...roughly the size of Mexico

Arman Zhenikeyev / Via shutterstock.com

Stat via Boston.com

9. Absolutely everything about this video.

View this video on YouTube

Welp. See ya out there.

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