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There’s no need to make a big deal about leaving every gathering you attend. Just leave—it’s fine.Read more...

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If you’re inflexible, you might feel like there’s no point in trying to stretch. But without stretching, how will you ever get more flexible? A session like the one in today’s video can help. Read more...

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The Concourse The Miserable Familiarity Of Nazis In America | Jezebel Peter Dinklage Asks Game of Thrones Fans To Kindly Stop Adopting and Then Abandoning Huskies | Splinter Baltimore Removes All of Its Confederate Monuments Overnight After Charlottesville | The Root To White Folks Who Dance with Devils: ‘What Kind of…Read more...

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Our readers’ favorite travel pillow, Amazon’s one-day bag sale, and your last chance to save on a custom tailored suit lead off Wednesday’s best deals.Read more...

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Our nation’s seltzer obsession is showing no signs of abating, and at the front of the trend is La Croix, the ubiquitous, flavored fizzy water that people just can’t get enough of. You can enjoy La Croix all on its own, but why would you do that when you can pour some booze in there too?Read more...

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One of my favorite psychological tricks comes from a novella by comedian Steve Martin, Shopgirl. It’s a guide to telling lies. There are three essential qualities to an effective lie, says the protagonist Mirabelle at a party:Read more...

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Nobody brags about eating junk. A healthy diet includes veggies and eschews too much sugar, and if you eat that way, you can feel satisfied that you are eating “clean.” But you know what? Eating clean is a trap.Read more...

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Pack all your stuff in the right compartments with Amazon’s one-day sale on bags that are made especially for traveling. Pick up a new briefcase, a cord organizer, a DSLR bag, and more, all for $100 or less.Read more...

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The Cabeau Evolution was your favorite travel pillow (by a long shot), and you can save 25% on yours today, the first deal we’ve seen since Prime Day.Read more...

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Splinter Every Depraved Moment From the Trump Tower Press Conference | Adequate Man Hype Works | Jezebel A Guide to the 24-Hour Kim Kardashian Kerfuffle Over Makeup Swatching and Also Racism | Very Smart Brothas Body Image and Me: My Struggle With Body Dysmorphia |Read more...

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You’ve got problems, I’ve got advice. This advice isn’t sugar-coated—in fact, it’s sugar-free, and may even be a little bitter. Welcome to Tough Love.Read more...

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When you see a video online that seems a bit too wild to be true, chances are it probably is. Along with fake news stories, fake viral videos are all over Facebook and YouTube, a lot of them made by people who know what they’re doing, which makes it hard to determine whether or not they’re on the up and up. Fake…Read more...

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A sharp knife makes a safe kitchen, but there are so many conflicting schools of thought out there that learning how to sharpen your own knives can be overwhelming. My philosophy is this: I’m a cook, not a bladesmith. I need a fast, reliable sharpening method because I don’t have backup knives to use while mine are at…Read more...

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When sitting down to calculate the costs of childcare, there’s often a point when one parent (usually Mom) looks at the numbers in disbelief and fury and wonders why should I even work?Read more...

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Ever wish there were a Netflix-style subscription service for brand new movies that just released in theaters? Well, there is. It’s called MoviePass, and now for just $10 a month you can see one movie a day in almost any theater.Read more...

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If you’re planning on cranking out the next great novel this November for NaNoWriMo, you might want to sharpen your craft first. These online courses will get your creative writing skills in ship shape.Read more...

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I used to think I could get rich off domain flipping. Casino.com sold for $5.5 million in 2003, and PrivateJet.com sold for $30.18 million in 2012. I’ve since given up on the concept, opting to spend my time purchasing domains for inside jokes rather than retirement plan gambles. While I’m pretty sure you won’t get as…Read more...

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A recent study found that people who played first-person shooter video games showed shrinkage in their hippocampus, the region of the brain responsible for both memory management and spatial navigation. But is playing Call of Duty really that bad for you, and if so, can a daily dose of Super Mario 64 balance…Read more...

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Birth control delivery service Nurx now has an iPhone app and operates in 13 states plus DC, with plans to expand to 20 more in the near future. They have the lowest out-of-pocket cost of all our favorites, since they take insurance and don’t require a doctor visit. Sticker prices of the medications are hidden unless…Read more...

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We all know the mantra “Adopt, don’t shop.” While many shelter dogs are amazing, loving, happy pets, you might end up picking a dog that doesn’t fit what you’re looking for — and you may not realize it until you’ve already signed the adoption papers. We all witnessed Lena Dunham’s unfortunate mismatch with the dog she…Read more...

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Events in Charlottesville broke on Friday night and Saturday, and by late Saturday night a good number of America’s priests and ministers were scrambling to re-write whatever homilies and sermons they’d prepped for the next morning. I came across this tweet, by Traci Blackmon, the executive minister of…Read more...

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At some point, we’ve all gotta go. When you die, the last thing you want to do is leave your grieving friends and family with a bunch of legal issues to battle during an already-awful time. That’s why, even if it’s unpleasant to think about right now, you need a last will and testament for after you’re gone.Read more...

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Seagate’s FireCuda is one of the most popular PS4 replacement hard drives out there, mostly thanks to its built-in 8GB of flash storage that can speed up loading times, and you can get the 2TB model for an all-time low $85 today.Read more...

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There are many ways to enjoy the sweet treat that is summer corn, but did you know that you don’t even need to cook it? It’s true. Fresh, sweet corn tastes fantastic right off of the cob, no heat required.Read more...

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Replace your annoying “Did you know?” factoids with even more annoying “Actually that’s fake” corrections. Wikipedia features a massive list of common misconceptions about history, science, and more. I check it once a year to refresh my smugness.Read more...

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