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Kanye West Songs as Stick Figure Illustrations: Quiz!

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Editor's Note: Shea Serrano is an award-winning music writer and goofball whose recent exploits include Bun B's Rapper Coloring and Activity Book. In his new column, he writes about his life and times.

This game is very simple: Look at the pictures and guess what Kanye West song each one represents. Boom. That's it. That's all. You're done. That's a little thing called respecting your time. That's a little thing called sometimes Christopher Nolan works a little too hard. I'm saying, because I watched Inception on TNT the other day and I had no idea what the fuck was going on. I spent the whole movie making the same face that you make when you can't remember what you changed your email password to. Fuck you, password.

Click the link underneath each picture to get the answer. Kanye may be insufferable but he's also the tits.

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1. The periodic table finally comes in handy.

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2. Not the Bon Jovi version.

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3. He probably isn't though.

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4. The contradiction.

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5. We rollin'.

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6. Rihanna is the worst.

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7. Don't be daft.

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8. Lovely this time of year, I hear.

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9. But how does she stay alive?

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10. Easy breezy.

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See also: -The 100 Best Texas Songs: The Complete List -The Ten Most Badass Band Names in DFW -The Best Bands in DFW: 2012 Edition -Photo Essay: The Tattoos of Dallas' Nightlife Scene

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