What is Your Biggest Pet Peeve? | Ask A Grandma | Women’s Health

What is Your Biggest Pet Peeve? | Ask A Grandma | Women’s Health

What is my biggest pet peeve? Probably men that… that manscape on the subways. Producer: “Manscaping is when they wax!” Biggest pet peeve? Well, you’re waiting on line for 20 minutes to order something – the person in front of you then starts looking at the menu and it’s – uh, duh? You had 20 […]

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Twin Which Twin Challenge | Guess the Baby Pictures

Twin Which Twin Challenge | Guess the Baby Pictures

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10 Things To Know When Dating A Nurse

10 Things To Know When Dating A Nurse

what’s up everyone nurse Blake here and in this video I’m gonna talk about things you need to know when dating a nurse we’re amazing we’re awesome we’re awesome we’re amazing I feel like everyone should date a nurse and I feel like if everyone dated a nurse the world would be a much better […]

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15 Different Types of Hugs and What They Really Mean

15 Different Types of Hugs and What They Really Mean

Brainy Dose Presents: 15 Different Types Of Hugs And What They Really Mean Hugging is a way we express our emotions about one another. It’s something that brings people together and makes us feel good. Hugging also has some positive effects on health. It can reduce anxiety and make you feel like you belong to […]

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WEIRD Food Combinations People LOVE!!! *HOT SAUCE & SKITTLES* Eating Funky & Gross DIY Foods Candy

(screaming) – You challenged us to combine Skittles with crazy hot Sriracha sauce and let’s see how this taste. Woo hoo! – [Both] Oh! – Yo that’s not even enough bro. I can already smell the spice but we’re going crazy. (screaming) All right spoons in let’s mix it up. Oh no. – I smelled […]

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Duffle&Co – Embrace The Change

Like many Millennials we feel uneasy about our future. In particular growing inequality and social injustice. But in a fast-paced world we’re losing what it means to stay truly connected to each other and the planet. Because we have a responsibilty to support those who can’t create change themselves. During our journey and all the […]

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A Day In The Life of a Homeless Person

A Day In The Life of a Homeless Person

Many of us have a daily routine that we are used to. We wake up, brush our teeth, and eat breakfast before catching the school bus or driving to work. Of course everyone’s day varies depending on what they do…their job, the school or university they attend. And in the evening most of us return […]

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Backpacks for Homeless drive in its 3rd year

Backpacks for Homeless drive in its 3rd year

When Colleen Kline launched her “Backpacks for the Homeless” effort two winters ago, her idea was to find a way to bring donations of warm clothing and other supplies directly to the people trying to cope with with cold on Missoula’s streets. That first year she handed out about 20-packs. But like so many worthwhile […]

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Backpacking Tips – Questions and Answers for all Backpackers in Australia

Backpacking Tips – Questions and Answers for all Backpackers in Australia

Top bunk or bottom bunk? Top bunk! Noodles or canned tuna? Mmm, noodles. Skype, or Facetime? Mm, Skype. Sharing a room with party people, or an old man? Oh my god, party people! Party people. Party people. Party people definitely. Old man, for sure. How many times have you eaten pasta this week? Two times. […]

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The value of travel | Rick Steves | TEDxRainier

Translator: Natalie Thibault Reviewer: Sarah El_Gayyar Thank you very much. You know, I have spent a third of my adult life living out of a suitcase. And looking back on those 30 years, four months every year of traveling, it occurs to me, it’s really clear that travel, thoughtful travel, is well worth the time […]

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