Margie Bocaya

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25 Inevitable Milestones In A Long-Term Relationship

If you can check these boxes, chances are you've got a keeper.

27 Amazingly Easy One-Bowl Desserts

When baking can be this simple, why would you ever mess with multiple bowls?

Friday Fresh Free Fonts - Absolut Pro, Wonderland, ...

Friday fresh free fonts is a series of free fonts posted every Friday, yes I know it's awesome. I will look forward to bring a lot of great fonts …

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20 Inspiring Films To Watch Before You Turn 30

These all have important life lessons. Like, definitely trust that random hot guy who looks like Ethan Hawke.

The 16 Best Summer Jams Of 2013

This summer will go down in history as a magical time when we all got lucky and couldn't stop partying, cruising, or wondering what rhymes with "hug me."<p>"I Love It" is actually a pretty old song by now – it actually came out <i>last</i> summer — but it didn't tip over to the mainstream in the United States …

The 26 Ugliest '90s Backpacks To Ever Meet Your Eyes

And by "ugly," I really mean amazing.

5 Things You Should Know About The Curious New Marketing Campaign For "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"

Capitol Couture is using high fashion to boost the Hunger Games brand.<p>In the past few weeks, citizens of New York City and Los Angeles may have noticed a couple curious billboards advertising a company called Capitol Couture. One features a man wrapped in a burnt-orange-and-white houndstooth body …

18 Everyday Products You've Been Using Wrong

Your life has been a lie.

Inside Japan's Most Insanely Expensive Fruit Parlor

Tokyo's Sembikiya looks like a jewelry shop. Harry & David need to step up their game.<p>In Europe, where Western culture originated, much of the water is hard water, which is difficult to drink, and few crops could provide a source of vitamins throughout the year, so fruits, which were rich in water …