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37 More Words That Will Make People Like You Even More | Inc.com

The other day, my email was flooded with thousands of notices that people were signing up for my weekly newsletter. At the peak, new subscribers were joining every 3 seconds--an unprecedented number.<p>Had I been hacked? Thankfully not. Instead, it was the result of a column I'd written: <i>19 Words That</i> …

The History Of The Belgian Waffle, Which We've Apparently Been Eating All Wrong

"Would you like a little bling with that?" was the last thing I expected to hear when ordering a waffle on Centre Street in Manhattan, but it was a welcome question that resulted in a snowy deluge of powdered sugar on a piping hot Liege waffle. Here in New York, one of the city's greatest perks is …

Fascinating Video Shows Women's Ideal Body Types Over 3000 Years

Female standards of beauty change over time, and what was considered attractive only 10 or 20 years ago might not be anymore. But how have these ideals shifted over a much longer period of 3,000 years? Buzzfeed Video created a short, fascinating feature that examines the different body types seen …

19 Genius Ways To Immortalize Your Kids' Artwork

Bet you've never thought about tracing it all onto a quilt.

The Pore Shrinkers: 8 Products That Are Changing the Skin Care Game

If fashion’s recent fixation with fresh, makeup-free skin has left our faces more exposed than ever, there’s never been a better time to focus on achieving a supernatural complexion. Fortunately, a new wave of skin care products dedicated to camouflaging, shrinking, and eradicating every last pore …

Skin Care

Real-Life Revenge of the Nerds

A new book suggests that teenage outcasts are the most likely to succeed as adults.<p>She's tackled college sororities, secret societies, and student overachievers. In her new book, <i>The Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth</i>, journalist Alexandra Robbins takes on the greatest social minefield of all: the high …

High School