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Excellent Tips For A More Flavorful Cup Of Coffee!

What is needed to make the perfect coffee? Everyone’s tastebuds are different; you need to know what is out there for you. Read this article to find out what is

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Golden retriever beats the heat by cooling off in busy public water fountain

The recent heatwave has seen us all consider putting a swimming costume on and sitting in the kids paddling pool with an ice lolly – but one dog has shown

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Marriage proposals gone very wrong – cringe rejections, ukulele fight, house fire disaster

It can be the one of the happiest days of your life… or truly the worst. This week, an excruciating video emerged showing the moment a romantic marriage proposal failed

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Woman’s cheeky appeal on Tinder reunites her with stranger she fancied from work commute

In the sort of romantic scenario you think only exists on Netflix, one woman has shared the sweet story of how she met her boyfriend – after the pair previously

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Professor unearths proof that Mozart and Moby Dick author Herman Melville loved maths

Granted, Moby-Dick is a pretty weird (but wonderful) book, but we bet you didn’t know that it’s filled with mathematical metaphors – no, it’s not just about a whale. That’s

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Hyper-realistic baby dolls are helping grieving parents through tragic loss

Parents grieving the loss of a child, miscarriage or stillbirth is an all too common yet devastating part of life. It’s a pain that is incredibly difficult to stem but

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American woman has British pal in stitches with squash error as it’s ‘not a thing’ in US

Despite going from one English speaking country to another, Americans are not safe from suffering from some culture shocks when they travel to Britain. This was already proven once when

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Name your child John or Marie if you want them to become a genius, new study claims

What parent does not want to see their progeny grow to be happy, healthy, successful and potentially even – a genius? It appears that paving an intellectual future for a

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