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Some people like to open a window or turn off the heat in the bedroom before snuggling up under the covers when going to bed in the winter. What if you could take that sensation with you anywhere you went?
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Hey, congrats on the sex. Now be a decent human.
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Life is a series of decisions. So is chess. At least in chess it's easy to start over again.
"The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" is a great game. But wow, we sure did not expect to be stumbling across new tips and tricks more than six months after it came out.
David Sedaris is a good writer. A great one, probably. But you don't have to be a great writer to get a lot of writing in a diary that you keep to yourself.
In an episode of "The Office," Michael Scott orders an absolutely absurd 18-topping pretzel. So, of course, chef Andrew Rea decided to follow in his sickly sweet footsteps.
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