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Weddings. Weddings are eternal celebrations of love and commitment, but the extent to which couples indulge in opulence or embraceRead more
To learn! A seven-year-old British boy was celebrating after passing a maths exam normally undertaken by students more than twiceRead more
Funny fashion. Eyeglasses are one of the few ways you can really express yourself. They don’t have to just serveRead more
Poison ivy. The storie, a happy hiker wanders into the woods, feels the call of nature, and having nothing toRead more
Advertising… bad to lying…
While most people know that banner ads from companies you’ve never heard of that promise to melt away “20 pounds in a week, no exercise required!” should be taken with a grain of salt, some huge and highly respected brands are also guilty of telling their consumers major lies to make sales.
You’d have to be pretty dumb to believe some of them.
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Kill vampire. These are expensive kits, made for the wealthy; not some cheap and cheesy plastic novelty items. Such luxuryRead more