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The 5 biggest myths about metabolism -

When faced with unwanted weight, it's easy to place the blame on your metabolism.<p><b>(Life by DailyBurn)</b> -- A source of confusion for some and a scapegoat for extra weight around the midsection for others, metabolism has long been a topic of hot conversation. Without it, we would lack the energy to get …

45 Ways To Avoid Using The Word ‘Very’

<b>Three Telling Quotes About ‘Very’</b><p>Substitute ‘damn’ every time you’re inclined to write ‘very;’ your editor will delete it and the writing will be …

Mark Twain

​God's 12 Biggest Dick Moves in the Old Testament

Before Jesus arrived and his divine father chilled out, the Old Testament God was, ironically, kind of a hellraiser. He was not a nice guy. He <i>really</i> …

5 Best Books For Learning About Women, Dating & Sex

Women are complex creatures. It takes time and training to master the art of talking to, living with and getting married to women. We believe that …

Crows could be the key to understanding alien intelligence

Crows are among the planet's most intelligent animals, teaching their young to use toolsfor foraging and banding togetherto fight off intruders. Now, …


What your dashboard lights are trying to tell you

How to impress a job interviewer

14 Rules Of The New Workplace That Millennials Need To Master

To navigate the new workplace, Schawbel says millennials need to master a new set of rules that aren't taught in school. Advances in technology, the rise of social media, and 24/7 connectivity mean young people have to promote themselves and take ownership of their careers in ways that previous …

So you don't look like an idiot when ordering coffee

Words That Don’t Exist In Spanish But Are Frequently Used

If you’re a Latino or Latina who was raised in the U.S., chances are you’ve made up a Spanish word—or two! But hey, that’s totally okay.<p>We’ve all slapped an “-iar” or “-io” at the end of an English word and pretended it was Spanish. Ultimately, some of these conflated words stick, and after a few …

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