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Top Ten Things To Do with 1500 Top Ten Lists
Collect them into a new college philosophy textbook.
Sell them to Letterman to use during the next writer's strike.
Demand a recount to make sure you don't just have 1,499 Top Ten Lists.
Make a movie about it. (Like the Social Network one!)
When you're dateless on a Friday night you can read them and laugh till you cry.
(The Frunkus Kid)
Publish a white paper on the calculated impact on productivity and GDP of internet top ten lists.
Syndicate them and rerun them on another website.
The same thing we do everynight, Pinky... Take over the world!
Publish them to achieve a spot on the NY Times's Top Ten List.
(Oh Deer )
Make the number eleven feel really, really bad.
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