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  • How to Make a Palm Sunday Corsage with Rose
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    How to Make a Palm Sunday Corsage with Rose

    6 months ago

    Learn how to fold your palms from Palm Sunday into a beautiful corsage with a rose that can be work on a suit or dress (or even in your hair).

  • Kamala Speaks - An Autobiography of
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    Kamala Speaks - An Autobiography of "The Ugandan Giant"

    4 months ago

    Kamala Speaks is the new autobiography of Kamala, the Ugandan Giant, the WWE professional wrestler. He shares his experiences in pro wrestling and in his personal life.

  • Pop Culture Quiz: Name That Monkey
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    Pop Culture Quiz: Name That Monkey

    4 years ago

    Test your pop culture primate knowledge with a quiz that will have you second guessing which gorilla, monkey, or ape that was.

  • The Amazing Marvin Suggs And His Muppaphone
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    The Amazing Marvin Suggs And His Muppaphone

    14 months ago

    The Amazing Marvin Suggs and His Muppaphone were a variety act on The Muppet Show like none other. Marvin could play that muppaphone like nobody's business - those poor little mupps.

  • Jacob's Ladder Is Still a Fun Toy ... Even After All These Years
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    Jacob's Ladder Is Still a Fun Toy ... Even After All These Years

    4 years ago

    It's hundreds of years old, but the Jacob's Ladder toy is still fascinating children and adults alike. It's just a stack of wood and ribbon, but it's a ton of fun.

  • 10 Capital District Festivals Not to Miss
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    10 Capital District Festivals Not to Miss

    4 years ago

    New York's Capital Region is rich with events and happenings. We've got festivals and family events of all sorts throughout the year, but these are my ten favorites - I never miss them!

  • A Review of Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson - The War for Independence from a different perspective
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    A Review of Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson - The War for Independence from a different perspective

    4 years ago

    Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson is a YP historical novel that tells of a slave girl in NYC during the Revolutionary War. It gives a perspective of that was not often written.

  • Krampus Christmas Ornament
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    Krampus Christmas Ornament

    4 years ago

    You know about Santa, but do you know about Krampus? While Santa brings treats to the good little boys and girls, Krampus has something more sinister in store for the bad ones.

  • Monty Python Fluxx - a Worthy & Quirky Card Game
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    Monty Python Fluxx - a Worthy & Quirky Card Game

    4 months ago

    Monty Python Fluxx is a game of constant fun and unexpected twists. Everyone will be roaring by the end of this quirky card game.

  • 5 Videos Every Boss Should Watch if He Want's to Motivate His Team
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    5 Videos Every Boss Should Watch if He Want's to Motivate His Team

    4 years ago

    Every good boss wants a motivated team, but not all know just what it takes to make one. Learn the art of motivation in the workplace to get a bettter, happier, more productive team.

  • 12 Best Movies to Watch on Cinco de Mayo
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    12 Best Movies to Watch on Cinco de Mayo

    3 years ago

    12 Great Movies to watch on Cinco de Mayo, from comedies to dramas to thrillers, one of these Cinco de Mayo movies with some mexican food and cerveza will make a great evening.

  • Tagua Nut Bracelets - Beautiful & Eco Friendly!
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    Tagua Nut Bracelets - Beautiful & Eco Friendly!

    23 months ago

    Tagua nut is a natural materal used for jewelry and other decorative purposes (like buttons). Tagua nut can be dyed beautiful colors and makes gorgeous bracelets.

  • How to Make a BristleBot
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    How to Make a BristleBot

    5 months ago

    Bristlebots are tiny robots that can be made by simply hacking a toothbrush with a vibration motor. It sounds dull until you see them go! Make it a fun project or a science lesson!

  • United States and US Presidents Educational Placemats
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    United States and US Presidents Educational Placemats

    4 years ago

    When I was a kid, my Mom had a collection of kids place mats she would always put on the table wherever a child sat. As a kid, I loved them. They were fun where everyone else's was boring (in the eyes of a child). Looking back, I recognize that...

  • 6 Reasons I Love My Targus Versavu iPad Mini Case
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    6 Reasons I Love My Targus Versavu iPad Mini Case

    4 years ago

    I recently got an iPad mini (which I totally love) and immediately went looking for the right case for me. I was looking for an ipad mini cover that is quality built, good looking, and strong enough to protect it. I was not concerned with having a...

  • Worcester Patriotic Pewter Plates
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    Worcester Patriotic Pewter Plates

    5 months ago

    I love my collection of Worcester Patriotic Pewter Plates. It's a beautiful and well made series of American collector plates.

  • 10 Great Zombie Love Stories
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    10 Great Zombie Love Stories

    4 years ago

    Zombies have hearts too (whether or not they're beating). Spend a quiet evening at home curled up with a zombie love story in one hand and an ax in the other. Enjoy these 10 zombie books of love.

  • I Love You To The Moon & Back Necklace
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    I Love You To The Moon & Back Necklace

    3 years ago

    Anyone who has read Guess How I Much I Love You will have a little place in their heart for this phrase "I Love You To The Moon & Back". These necklaces display that beautifully.

  • 101 Recipes for Butternut Squash
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    101 Recipes for Butternut Squash

    3 years ago

    If you've ever wondered how else you could make butternut squash, then we've got the answer for you with 101 recipes for butternut squash cooked as sides, soups, main dishes, desserts and more!

  • 5 Reasons to Cut Your Pumpkin From the Bottom
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    5 Reasons to Cut Your Pumpkin From the Bottom

    13 months ago

    Most people start carving their pumpkin by cutting off the top. Why? It's what you've always done, but is it the best way? Here are 5 reasons to cut your pumpkin from the bottom instead.

  • A Review of Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld
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    A Review of Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld

    3 years ago

    Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld is a steampunk novel, the first in a trilogy, written for the YA audience but enjoyed by all. In this world, bioengineering had progressed leaps and bounds, strangely.

  • Vintage Halloween Paper Mache Decorations
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    Vintage Halloween Paper Mache Decorations

    3 years ago

    Paper mache lanterns and decorations were once a staple of the Halloween experience. Used also as candy containers, these painted paper items were cheap and very popular. Many of them were manufactured in Germany after WWI and important to America,...

  • Year 2012 Pumpkin Carving Stencils
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    Year 2012 Pumpkin Carving Stencils

    5 years ago

    Every year, I like to carve a pumpkin with the year in it and put it on my front steps. Often I see parents snap a photo of their kids in their costumes alongside the pumpkin. Years from now, when they look back on their photos, they'll know exactly...

  • My Mutant Dandelions
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    My Mutant Dandelions

    5 months ago

    My yard has mutated dandelions! Learn about fascinated dandelions and how this mutation manifests itself in various other flowers as well.

  • 1980s M.U.S.C.L.E. Men Wrestler Toys
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    1980s M.U.S.C.L.E. Men Wrestler Toys

    13 months ago

    M.U.S.C.L.E. Men were a 1980s line of toys which were small monotone wrestling action figures. Each one had a different body shape, some quite monstrous. They were cheap and tons of fun.

  • How to Make a Palm Rose for Palm Sunday
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    How to Make a Palm Rose for Palm Sunday

    6 months ago

    Palm leaves or fronds can be used to make various crafts—the most popular being a crucifix for the Catholic celebration of Palm Sunday. You can also make beautiful flowers. Learn how to make a rose in eight simple steps.

  • Amazing Mexican Talavera Toilets in Stunning Vibrant Colors
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    Amazing Mexican Talavera Toilets in Stunning Vibrant Colors

    17 months ago

    Amazing Mexican Talavera Toilets are Stunning Vibrant Colorful toilets that will give your bathroom some life.

  • 10 Romantic Gift Ideas for an Antiques Junkie
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    10 Romantic Gift Ideas for an Antiques Junkie

    4 years ago

    If you are in love with an antique freak then gift giving is always an experience because something from the local department store just won't do. If you are looking for a romantic gift, the Victorian Era is the obvious place to start. Plus, prices...

  • Pointless Facebook Quotes
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    Pointless Facebook Quotes

    4 years ago

    I can't stand quotes overlayed on images. So I made some stupid ones.

  • Thanksgiving Dinner....with Bacon!
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    Thanksgiving Dinner....with Bacon!

    10 months ago

    Plan a Thanksgiving Dinner they will never forget. Do it all with Bacon! Bacon in every dish will make a feast to really be thankful for.

  • Vintage Turkey Platters
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    Vintage Turkey Platters

    5 years ago

    Every year on Thanksgiving families across the country reach to the top shelf in the cabinet, and to the bottom shelf of the hutch, retrieving dinnerware used each year for this specific meal. Every family has these items - the salt & pepper shakers...

  • Amazing Halloween Wreaths
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    Amazing Halloween Wreaths

    23 months ago

    Halloween is one holiday that lives you a chance to get really creative, and a bit silly, in your decorating. A Halloween wreath on your front door is a must have. While some put up one fall wreath for the whole season, I like to put up a new one...

  • Bruno Mars Costumes from The Lazy Song - Bruno Mars & The Chimps
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    Bruno Mars Costumes from The Lazy Song - Bruno Mars & The Chimps

    5 years ago

    Bruno Mars' music video for the Lazy Song makes for an awesome costume for Halloween this year. "Today I don't feel like doing anything I just wanna lay in my bed." Guys and girls can wear the Bruno Mars chimp costume - in fact, a whole group of...

  • Great Books for Getting Kids Emotionally Ready for Kindergarten
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    Great Books for Getting Kids Emotionally Ready for Kindergarten

    3 years ago

    If you are getting a little one ready for kindergarten, then it's a great idea to read some books with them to help them get emotionally ready for the big change.

  • 'Ship Breaker' by Paolo Bacigalupi - A Post-Apocalyptic Adventure
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    'Ship Breaker' by Paolo Bacigalupi - A Post-Apocalyptic Adventure

    4 years ago

    'Ship Breaker' by Paolo Bacigalupi is a story of poor working child on a quest. Set in the distant future, after climate change has caused massive changes to the landscape and to society, this is a Post-Apocalyptic adventure worth reading.

  • What Do Your Kids Call Their Private Parts?
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    What Do Your Kids Call Their Private Parts?

    5 months ago

    Kids need to call their private parts something, but what should it be? What do you teach your kids, and what did you call them? Does your little one use the anatomical term or something else?

  • Out Of My Mind by Sharon M. Draper
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    Out Of My Mind by Sharon M. Draper

    13 months ago

    Out Of My Mind is a story of a middle school girl with cerebral palsy, with an interesting perspective: it's told from her point of view. She cannot speak or walk, but she can think.

  • Is it offensive when men call women 'females'?
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    Is it offensive when men call women 'females'?

    13 months ago

    Sometimes I hear the term "female" used to describe a woman and makes me cringe. It seems so demeaning to me. Am I alone?

  • The Princes Of Ireland by Edward Rutherfurd
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    The Princes Of Ireland by Edward Rutherfurd

    3 years ago

    The Princes Of Ireland by Edward Rutherfurd is a multi generational historical fiction, the first in a 2 book saga that follows one location in Ireland and watches as the land & history changes there.

  • Who has more raw talent: Lady Gaga or Madonna?
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    Who has more raw talent: Lady Gaga or Madonna?

    7 years ago

    A lot of comparison has been done between Lady Gaga and Madonna, and not without good reason either. Lady Gaga and Madonna are both known for repeatedly reinventing themselves. They both wore costumes considered outrageous at the time, and there are...

  • George Washington's Life As Seen In Vintage Postcards
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    George Washington's Life As Seen In Vintage Postcards

    3 years ago

    Learn about George Washington's Life as displayed on Vintage Postcards

  • Love Tokens: Engraved Coins
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    Love Tokens: Engraved Coins

    5 months ago

    The tradition of Love Tokens, being engraved coins given to a loved one, has left us with beautiful artistic representations of love.

  • Chocolate Topped Cherry Drops - Yummy Holiday Cookies
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    Chocolate Topped Cherry Drops - Yummy Holiday Cookies

    3 years ago

    Chocolate topped cherry drops are delicious cookies that taste taste a hint like cordial cherries. They are great holiday cookies for the family or to give to a friend.

  • 8 Books For People Who Just Don't Read Books
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    8 Books For People Who Just Don't Read Books

    3 years ago

    Some people love to read...some don't. But that doesn't mean they can't appreciate a book as a gift. Get them a fun or interesting book that isn't so intense and they'll love it.

  • Vintage Cabbage Patch Kids PVCs
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    Vintage Cabbage Patch Kids PVCs

    3 years ago

    In the 1980s Cabbage Patch Kids had a line of PVC figures / dolls. I loved my Cabbage Patch PVCs better then my actual dolls.

  • Squid Bull Monster Jack-o-Lantern
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    Squid Bull Monster Jack-o-Lantern

    4 years ago

    Take a look at Squid Bull Monster Jack-o-Lantern that won second prize in a pumpkin carving contest and see how I made it.

  • Couple Costumes: Cool or Lame?
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    Couple Costumes: Cool or Lame?

    5 years ago

    Every Halloween thousands of couples around the world enter the same argument: to do a couple costume or not. Some people love them, others hate them. A successful couple costume has to be one that both people are committed to. It has to be...

  • Jolly Green Giant Halloween Costumes
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    Jolly Green Giant Halloween Costumes

    3 years ago

    A Jolly Green Giant Halloween Costume is a fun and unexpected costume for a guy.

  • Jewmongous: Unkosher Comedy Songs
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    Jewmongous: Unkosher Comedy Songs

    3 years ago

    Jewmongous is Sean Altman's album of Jewish songs that will have you rolling in laughter.

  • Beautifully Decorated Halloween Mantel Displays
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    Beautifully Decorated Halloween Mantel Displays

    23 months ago

    Look at these beautiful Halloween mantel displays for ideas to make your mantle classy and gorgeous this Halloween.

  • Campground Halloween - A Summer Tradition
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    Campground Halloween - A Summer Tradition

    3 years ago

    Celebrating Halloween in a campground is a long had tradition and an awesome night to be camping. Trick or treating camper to camper, tent to tent, followed by getting scared witless in the wood!

  • Tips for Passing Out Candy to Trick-or-Treaters on Halloween
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    Tips for Passing Out Candy to Trick-or-Treaters on Halloween

    5 months ago

    Passing out candy on Halloween should be a treat for the giver as well as the trick-or-treaters. Learn some tricks to help make it a fun, safe, and frustration free event for all.

  • Last Night On Earth - The Zombie Board Game
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    Last Night On Earth - The Zombie Board Game

    5 years ago

    Last Night on Earth, The Zombie Game is a fast-paced horror board game that includes the same excitement and storylines as your favorite zombie movie. With many different characters and scenarios, this game is never the same game twice. Created by...

  • Christian Pumpkin Carving for Halloween
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    Christian Pumpkin Carving for Halloween

    22 months ago

    Christians can carve a pumpkin for Halloween that is not scary or a jack-o-lantern, but one that shares the message of Jesus, the Light of the World. Here are some free printable stencil templates.

  • Haunted Sites in the Capital District
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    Haunted Sites in the Capital District

    5 months ago

    The Albany NY area is filled with Haunted Sites with stories that will amaze. The Capital District, as most old areas, has a history and with that are some people that chose to stay after death.

  • Thrill The World: Zombies Worldwide Dance Michael Jackson's Thriller
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    Thrill The World: Zombies Worldwide Dance Michael Jackson's Thriller

    5 years ago

    Thrill The World is an annual event that celebrates one of the most amazing music videos ever made - Michael Jackson's Thriller. For Thrill The World, people around the globe simultaneously do the Thriller dance at local events, in hopes of breaking...

  • Growing White Pumpkins
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    Growing White Pumpkins

    3 years ago

    Grow your own white pumpkins and in October you will have a beautiful Halloween display.

  • Pumpkin Circle: The Story of a Garden
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    Pumpkin Circle: The Story of a Garden

    3 years ago

    Pumpkin Circle: The Story of a Garden is a great book that teaches how pumpkins come to be.

  • Scary & Spooky Trees - Photoshop Brushes and Shapes
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    Scary & Spooky Trees - Photoshop Brushes and Shapes

    3 years ago

    For a spooky or dark scene, add some creepy trees to give it a great creepy feel. These photoshop brushes of spooky trees are a great start!

  • Lobster Costumes - For Babies, Kids, and Adults
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    Lobster Costumes - For Babies, Kids, and Adults

    5 years ago

    A Lobster -- what a perfect Halloween costume. It can be cute, or it can be cool. It can be friendly or angry. A lobster is perfect for anyone to dress up as! The lobster also lends itself great to costume sets. A family, couple, or group of...

  • Does Rainbow Fish Promote Socialism? Materialism? Uniformity? Or Sharing?
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    Does Rainbow Fish Promote Socialism? Materialism? Uniformity? Or Sharing?

    13 months ago

    Rainbow Fish by Marcus Phister is certainly a beautiful book, but it's so called message of sharing is a bit off. It's not just sharing it promotes, but uniformity, materialism, and perhaps socialism.

  • Stephen Colbert's Charity Work
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    Stephen Colbert's Charity Work

    6 years ago

    On The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert does his best to tell the news, the best way he knows how. It may not be pretty, it may not be accurate, but it is obvious, however, that he cares. He cares about America, he cares about his fellow man, he...

  • Using Human Hair (and animal fur) to Clean Oil Spills
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    Using Human Hair (and animal fur) to Clean Oil Spills

    5 years ago

    With the oil spill Gulf of Mexico threatening the ecology, people worldwide are watching wishing they could help. Perhaps they don't realize just how much they can. Human hair and animal fur can be used to help clean up the oil and stop its spread....

  • Do You Doodle? The Drawing Alternative to Coloring Books
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    Do You Doodle? The Drawing Alternative to Coloring Books

    3 years ago

    Coloring books are great, but doodle books can expand a child's imagination in a different way by encouraging drawing. These books have a part of a picture done that a child can finish as they wish.

  • Quiz: Sitcom Couples - Name that Show
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    Quiz: Sitcom Couples - Name that Show

    4 years ago

    This fun little quiz will test your you memory of TV couples. See how well you can identify the sitcom by the couple? Put all that television watching to use!

  • Quiz: Do You Know Your Baldwin Brothers?
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    Quiz: Do You Know Your Baldwin Brothers?

    3 years ago

    How well do you know your Baldwin Brothers? They're everywhere, but now you can test your knowledge of them and take the big Baldwin Bros poll. See what others think of Stephen, Alec, Billy, and Dan.

  • Quiz: Are you gross?
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    Quiz: Are you gross?

    4 years ago

    How gross are you? Did you ever wonder where you fall on the grossness spectrum? I mean, you know you do some gross things, but how to you stack up to everyone else?

  • Quotes from Shakespeare - Test Your Memory
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    Quotes from Shakespeare - Test Your Memory

    6 years ago

    How well do you know your Shakespeare?  The amount of famous quotes from Shakespeare's plays is extraordinary.  How well do you remember who said what and in which play? Take these two quizzes to find out.  The first asks simply in what play did...

  • Quiz: Are you a vampire?
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    Quiz: Are you a vampire?

    13 months ago

    Have you ever wondered if you are you a vampire? They seem to be everywhere these days, so maybe you're one of them. Take this quick quiz and find out.

  • Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Christmas Carols?
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    Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Christmas Carols?

    4 years ago

    You've been singing these songs since you were a child, but how well can you really remember the words to popular Christmas Carols?  Without that carol book in front of you, are you lost? Take this short ten question quiz and find out how well you...

  • Crayon Aprons - The Toolbelt for Those Who Love Coloring
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    Crayon Aprons - The Toolbelt for Those Who Love Coloring

    5 years ago

    Do you have a little one who loves coloring? A crayon apron is a cute and fun gift that can make a child feel like they are a grown up crafter. They'll be so proud of themselves in their very own apron made especially for them. I remember how much...

  • How to Use the Google Book Clip Tool
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    How to Use the Google Book Clip Tool

    4 years ago

    Did you know that you can use Google Books and its "clip" tool to display portions of millions of books that are in the public domain? That's right. You can now search an enormous library of old books and display bits and pieces (of text or...

  • Mommy, What's a Disco Stick? - What To Tell Your Kids
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    Mommy, What's a Disco Stick? - What To Tell Your Kids

    13 months ago

    Here it is...the moment you've been dreading...your little one whom you've watched grow since they were the tiniest of babies looks up at you, at the adorable age of six and asks, "Mommy, What is a disco stick?" What are you going to say? Do you...

  • Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely
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    Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely

    13 months ago

    In his book Predictably Irrational, Dan Ariely seeks an answer to the question, "Are we in control of our own decisions?" I recently stumbled upon a speech by Dan Ariely in which he discusses this very question with a few fascinating examples, some...

  • 1980s Plastic Charm Bracelets & Necklaces
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    1980s Plastic Charm Bracelets & Necklaces

    2 years ago

    If you were a girl in the 1980s, you probably had some plastic charms for a bracelet or necklace. They were colorful, fun, and cheap! These little bell charms have only grown in their awesomeness!

  • Is
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    Is "Mathematics" a Singular or Plural Noun?

    13 months ago

    Mathematics is a word we all use, but is it plural or singular? The Americans and the British may have different thoughts on this - especially with the use of the words Math and Maths!

  • Going Green...With Poop
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    Going Green...With Poop

    6 years ago

    Becoming globally conscious (socially and environmentally) involves a lot of poop. Yep. Poop. Worldwide, millions die from illnesses caused by unclean water (caused by lacking sewerage systems). In Africa, millions starve who could not grow food...

  • Lion Hugs: Expressions of Love from The King of the Jungle
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    Lion Hugs: Expressions of Love from The King of the Jungle

    3 years ago

    When we think about nature, we often put animals into two categories: the cute & cuddly, and the fierce & dangerous. The fierce & dangerous can be a beautiful creature, but one you can hug? Rarely. Rarely, do we consider that those fierce and...

  • How to Participate in National Postcard Week (NPCW)
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    How to Participate in National Postcard Week (NPCW)

    5 years ago

    National Postcard Week is always in early May, and it celebrates the wonderful tradition of the postcard. Participating in National Postcard Week can be as simple as sending one friend a postcard, or as grand as an organized postcard exchange. NPCW...

  • What is 7?
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    What is 7?

    3 years ago

    What is 7? Is it a number? A symbol? a shape? or more? Learn a little lesson in looking deeper, finding meaning, and questioning what you're told.

  • National Wear Red Day: Heart Disease Awareness
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    National Wear Red Day: Heart Disease Awareness

    4 years ago

    National Wear Red Day, taking place in early February, is all about Heart Disease Awareness and women's health. Learn about women's risks for heart disease and what you can do for your heart health.

  • SquidKiva - A Kiva Community for Squidoo Lensmasters
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    SquidKiva - A Kiva Community for Squidoo Lensmasters

    5 months ago

    SquidKiva is a Kiva Community of members from the Squidoo community. Kiva facilitates micro-loans to individuals worldwide that would otherwise not be afforded the opportunity to open or expand their small business. All squidoo lensmasters are...

  • The 10 Most Useful Household Gifts for Seniors
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    The 10 Most Useful Household Gifts for Seniors

    4 years ago

    Shopping for an senior is often difficult. I love to give people something that will get used. Consider giving your parents or grandparents a gift that will be truly useful to them. Get them something that will make the daily tasks of life a bit...

  • Shakespearean Insults
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    Shakespearean Insults

    4 years ago

    "It is certain that when he makes water his urine is congealed ice." That was just one of the eloquent ways Shakespeare managed to insult someone. That William sure had a way with words! He could describe something as grand or beautiful, but if he...

  • Shakespeare's Oxymorons
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    Shakespeare's Oxymorons

    5 months ago

    Learn about Shakespeare's use of the oxymoron in his works. From Romeo and Juliet, to Hamlet, to Macbeth and more, The Bard used a lot of oxymora!

  • Joan Steiner :: Look-Alikes
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    Joan Steiner :: Look-Alikes

    5 years ago

    Joan Steiner is an extraordinary artist who uses common household items in an everyday objects in ingenious and unexpected ways. Her 3D art pieces are quite a sight. You can stare at one piece for a long time and constantly see new things in it. ...

  • How to Get The Perfect Marilyn Monroe Look
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    How to Get The Perfect Marilyn Monroe Look

    5 years ago

    You don't want to wear just any costume this year. This year, you want a knock 'em dead. You want a sexy costume, but sexy with style. A Marilyn Monroe costume is perfect. You can adapt it to your needs and choose the right Marilyn look for you. ...

  • 50 Things to Add to Local Lenses
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    50 Things to Add to Local Lenses

    5 years ago

    The key to a great local lens on is personalization. There are a lot of things about your town/city/area that people want to know about. Your town is rich with content! These are a few ideas of things you could include in your squidoo local lens....

  • Christian Pledge of Allegiance
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    Christian Pledge of Allegiance

    5 months ago

    Where do your allegiances lie? To God and country? Then your pledge of allegiance should include both. The Christian flag has been used for over a hundred years, and is displayed in thousands of churches, homes, and organizations. It is the only...

  • What were Me and Julio doing down by the schoolyard?
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    What were Me and Julio doing down by the schoolyard?

    6 years ago

    It was against the law. That much we know. But, what exactly were Me and Julio doing down by the schoolyard. Were we fighting, protesting, kissing? It had to be something considerable to cause Mama to go to the police, a radical priest to get...

  • Uncle Sam: An American National Symbol
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    Uncle Sam: An American National Symbol

    4 years ago

    Uncle Sam is the personification of America itself. The is the face of our nation. He is a character, but one based on a real man - a meat packer from Troy, NY.

  • Should Pharmaceutical Companies Use Direct-to-Consumer Advertising?
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    Should Pharmaceutical Companies Use Direct-to-Consumer Advertising?

    23 months ago

    Open a magazine or turn on the TV and it won't be long before you see an advertisement for a prescription medication. These direct to consumer advertisements cut out the doctor who is the one who knows much more about prescriptions and their uses...

  • Is Old School Sesame Street Appropriate for Kids Today?
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    Is Old School Sesame Street Appropriate for Kids Today?

    3 years ago

    New Sesame Street just isn't the same as the old stuff, but is the Old School Sesame Street we know and love actually inappropriate for today's kids?

  • Deep Thoughts By Jack Handey
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    Deep Thoughts By Jack Handey

    6 years ago

    Jack Handey has written several books, and has been was featured Saturday Night Live for several years. He has recently written articles in The New Yorker. Jack Handey is an amazing philosopher - much like Confucius in his life changing and profound...

  • Guatemalan Worry Dolls
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    Guatemalan Worry Dolls

    3 years ago

    Guatemalan Worry Dolls are small primitive traditional dolls that are meant to take away ones worries.

  • There Really Are 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
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    There Really Are 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover

    3 years ago

    Trying to decide how to leave your lover? Tell them face to face. Don't like that idea, well, there really are 50 ways to leave your lover.

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