9 everyday things that prove there is evil in the world [SLIDESHOW]

Just in case you ever doubted that there was evil at work in the world, here’s a list of 10 everyday things that will make you believe in the devil.

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  • They buzz in your ear, they bite you and suck your blood, and they cause malaria. Need I say more? (Image: Getty Images)
  • The secret society dates back to 1776, when it was founded to oppose superstition, prejudice and the abuse of power, among other things. This is ironic because today, the word "Illuminati" implies nothing but conspiracy theories and superstitions. Those who believe in the power of the Illuminati say that many of today's top musical artists, like Jay-Z, Kanye West and Rihanna. The conspiracy theory is that those who belong to the Illuminati sell their souls to the devil in exchange for money and power. Decide for yourself. (Image: Flickr)
  • Is there any more of an indication of evil on this earth than being behind someone who goes 10 mph under the speed limit in the passing lane during a commute to work? Didn't think so. (Image: Getty Images)
  • This Tumblr account shows what spoiled rich kids do when they have money and Instagram. Its interesting, until you realize that people like this actually exist. (Screenshot: Tumblr)
  • We don't know about the rest of you, but every now and then, we like to pollute our bodies with the delicious goodness that is the McDonald's McMuffin. And sometimes, I'm a little slow walking out the door to get that tasty artery-clogging meal. But then we show up probably five minutes after the 10:30 a.m. deadline for breakfast, and then I get like the little kid from Big Daddy. Not literally, but in my mind. And then it's confirmed: there's evil in the world. (Image: Flickr)
  • Recognized by the Department of Justice as a crime syndicate, Hell's Angels is reportedly responsible for many crimes, including drug trafficking, extortion, prostitution and violent crimes. They maintain that they are just a group of motorcycle enthusiasts. (Image: Getty Images)
  • Despite all their financial success, the Canadian band's songs aren't that original, they just play along with whatever they think they want their audience to hear. Which isn't a bad thing, but songs about strippers, oral sex, prostitutes and excessive drug use get old after two albums, let alone seven. But they're planning on releasing a Greatest Hits album in 2013, so they're showing no signs of stopping. (Image: Getty Images)
  • Further proof that Beelzebub is alive and well is this well-known banner stopping people from watching videos online. Even worse is its well-known cousin, the "This video is not available in your country" banner. Copyright ruins everything. (Image: Flickr)
  • We've all been there. You just want to walk into Target or Wal-Mart, or wherever you do your shopping, and buy a few things and walk out. You decide to go to the express lane, because you have less than 15 items. But, almost without fail, there's always that one person in front of you with 20 items, just ruining the experience for everyone in line. And if you are that person that abuses the 15 Item or less privilege, just stop. You now who you are. (Image: Getty)
  • NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 18:  (L-R) Mike Kroeger, Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake, and Daniel Adair of Nickelback visit fuse's "News Hit" at fuse Studios on April 18, 2012 in New York City.  (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images)