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Twitter Is Loving the Rob Ford Crack-Smoking Debacle

After months of speculation — and days after police confirmed the existence of a long-rumored incriminating video — Toronto Mayor Rob Ford finally admitted at a press conference Tuesday to having smoked crack cocaine, "probably a year ago," he thinks, "probably in a drunken stupor." Internet, do your thing: Exclusive photo of Rob Ford press ...

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After months of speculation -- and days after police confirmed the existence of a long-rumored incriminating video -- Toronto Mayor Rob Ford finally admitted at a press conference Tuesday to having smoked crack cocaine, "probably a year ago," he thinks, "probably in a drunken stupor."

Internet, do your thing:

Exclusive photo of Rob Ford press conference pic.twitter.com/wXaEwaeGSI

After months of speculation — and days after police confirmed the existence of a long-rumored incriminating video — Toronto Mayor Rob Ford finally admitted at a press conference Tuesday to having smoked crack cocaine, "probably a year ago," he thinks, "probably in a drunken stupor."

Internet, do your thing:

Not sure I even get that last one — but I like it. Funny ones that we missed? Leave them in the comments or tweet at @ForeignPolicy.

Alicia P.Q. Wittmeyer is the Europe editor at Foreign Policy. Her work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, and Forbes, among other places. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and master’s degrees from Peking University and the London School of Economics. The P.Q. stands for Ping-Quon.

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