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Photos: Ten weirdest posts on Reddit's Denver Circlejerk, 2014 edition

Early last year, we introduced those of you not already in the know to Denver Circlejerk, a Reddit forum on which users share items ranging from legitimate questions to bizarre non sequiturs that make often make no sense -- probably even to the person who posted them in the first place.

We gravitate toward the latter in the following roundup, which gathers some of the strangest recent items -- including tributes to DIA's blue Mustang, Casa Bonita and more. Count down our top picks below.

Number 10: I was just fired for devil worship because my boss saw the demon horse/denver banner. AMA
Edit omg you guys are so awesome. I've decided to be a Franciscan monk and join the navy. Thanks for all the advice and the flowers

second edit. OMG thank you so much for the life size portrait of that chick from saved by the bell!

third edit the navy apparently has an issue with the horse as well. FML

4th edit it has been confirmed that these previous edits were completed at the same time rendering their sequence and validity suspect.
Number 9: Just started a shitty, soul-sucking job at Comcast's slave camp (call center)
I hate the people, I hate the customers, and I hate the company. How soon can I expect to be promoted?
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