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Flexible work hours keep employees happy and healthy

Jan 28, 15 Flexible work hours keep employees happy and healthy

Posted by in Health, Lifestyle

Following a work schedule outside of the normal 9-to-5 business day, also known as shift work, can create a poor dynamic between sleep and work production. Not enough hours of sleeps or poor quality of sleep often lead to poor concentration, absenteeism, accidents, injuries, and fatalities.

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Emotional versus sexual infidelity and their impacts

Jan 28, 15 Emotional versus sexual infidelity and their impacts

Posted by in Lifestyle, Science

What exactly is infidelity? Is it touching, kissing, full on copulation, or falling in love with another? And does infidelity affect all people in the same way? Well, as it turns out, all of this may just matter on the gender and sexuality of an individual more so than anything else, according to a redOrbit article.

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Painting with your penis: Pricasso pioneers a new artform

Jan 24, 15 Painting with your penis: Pricasso pioneers a new artform

Posted by in Lifestyle, WTF???

If the true mark of an artist can be told through the tools of his trade, than Pricasso, the Australian artist who paints pictures with his penis is an innovator in the loosest sense of the term. Clad in an oversized pink cowboy hat and a flashy pink thong to match, this conspicuous crotch creator can make you a painting of Bill Clinton "not" engaging in sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky fifteen minutes or less.

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The right beer for your favorite Girl Scout cookies

Jan 20, 15 The right beer for your favorite Girl Scout cookies

Posted by in Lifestyle, WTF???

The Girl Scouts announced plans to offer their delicious, addictive and in-absolutely-no-way-good-for-you cookies through a digital marketplace for the first time ever. Once the sheer euphoria of knowing that I no longer had to even get off my fat arse to buy Girl Scout cookies passed, though, I was struck down by the stunning and tragic realization that I had no idea what type of beer to drink with my Thin Mints

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Lovability Condoms: Men’s product shifts gears to attract women buyers

Jan 18, 15 Lovability Condoms: Men’s product shifts gears to attract women buyers

Posted by in Health, Lifestyle

Of course Tiffany B. Gaines, founder of Lovability Condoms, is right. The marketing, package design, and selling of condoms all spell "man," not "woman." So not only do women mistakenly presume guys will provide them, but women also tend to associate condoms with promiscuity.

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The magic number to get over your ex

Jan 16, 15 The magic number to get over your ex

Posted by in Lifestyle, Mental Health

A breakup can be physically and mentally debilitating, both as a reminder that romance is lost and that you're alone again. Indulging in copious amounts of junk food, watching rom-coms, and listening to sad songs can be a way to deal with the breakup, but when will you start to feel like yourself again?

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How to flirt (if you want to be forever alone)

Jan 15, 15 How to flirt (if you want to be forever alone)

Posted by in Lifestyle, Science

Working up the confidence to initiate conversation with a total stranger is hard. What if he doesn’t reciprocate your interest? What if he’s got a girlfriend? What if he doesn’t speak English? Now you’re stuck leaving a conversation with someone who still doesn’t know why you came over and will probably think uncool things about you in a different language. Then what?

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The art of digital foreplay: Sexts and ‘requisexts’ in relationships

Jan 14, 15 The art of digital foreplay: Sexts and ‘requisexts’ in relationships

Posted by in Lifestyle, Technology

The rise in technology has helped shape how sexual interactions take place today. We’ve come a long way from “A/S/L?” messages commonly seen in chatrooms during the 1990s. People now flaunt their bodies, as well as their storytelling prowess, to show their willingness to develop a sexual relationship with the receiver of the sext.

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Why we should pay more for our food

Jan 13, 15 Why we should pay more for our food

Posted by in Health, Lifestyle

Aross Europe, families have been eating the most traditional meals of the year. A stroll down a European shopping street these days might tell a visitor that our food culture has become dull and homogenized, that we’re a continent of burger and pizza eaters, cappuccino and cola drinkers, busy hunger-fixers like everyone else. But we still eat nine out of 10 meals at home and there, at celebration time, all the glorious differences of the European table still thrive.

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Will Black Beauty raise a million?

Jan 11, 15 Will Black Beauty raise a million?

Posted by in An English Angle, Lifestyle

When guitar maker Gibson began to sell the first “Les Paul” solid-bodied models in1952, they opened up a musical divide that still exists today. Gibson’s big rival, Fender, had their own groundbreaking guitar – the Stratocaster, which started to ship in big numbers in 1954. The totally different sounds, image and feel of the two guitars attracted die-hard devotees who went down two separate roads and they took the music with them.

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