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88 Times People Were So Appalled By “Shrinkflation”, They Just Had To Share The Proof Online (New Pics)

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Have you ever stopped and noticed the product you bought a while ago being smaller now than it was before? Well, perhaps you weren’t dreaming when you thought that. With recent inflation that has touched most countries all around the world, companies now more than ever are trying to hike up the prices for their products, and some of them are smaller than before, be it a roll of toilet paper or even a pack of gummy bears. A popular subreddit called “Shrinkflation” has consumers posting and discussing all the ways the manufacturers are trying to trick our eyes into...

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Pecan Clusters

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These pecan clusters aren’t just plain pecans dipped in chocolate! An easy extra step makes them extra delicious. Plus, they can easily be made with whatever chocolate you like best: milk, white or dark! You can make them traditionally or vegan, keto or paleo. These chocolate pecans are perfect to have around the holidays. They’re easy to make and make terrific gifts, too! I always like to have homemade Christmas candy handy throughout the holidays, but it can take a lot of time and effort to get it all together, which is why I love these chocolate pecans! They’re way...

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76 Funny One-Liners and Jokey Zingers to Keep Kids on Their Toes

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After pratfalls, funny one-liners may be the most ancient of jokes. It is broad humor distilled down to its purest form. Rodney Dangerfield nailed it. Mitch Hedberg and Steven Wright, too. Funny one-liners take a sophisticated observation about life or language and reframe it as a slyly “dumb” joke whose full comic power hits only after your brain unpacks it. They’re also a great way to get a chuckle out of kids.While some short jokes cheat their way to a laugh by using bad words or innuendo, those one-liners simply aren’t appropriate for younger kids. The main challenge of finding...

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Smarter: You Could Be Showering Too Long

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By Pang-Chieh Ho How long does it take for you to shower? In our Instagram poll, more than half of the 1,210 participants said it takes them 5 to 10 minutes.  On the two ends of the spectrum, however, 36 percent said their showers last more than 10 minutes, while only 10 percent said they take less than 5 minutes.  This week, I’m examining how shorter showers might be better for us. Also in this issue: The truth about skin spots, and what happens if you shut off your car in the middle of driving. THE BIG STORY:‘Shower Thoughts’ Every...

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Uses for Magnetic Curtain Rods in the Classroom

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Magnetic display ideas are the easiest ways to hang items in your classroom. Magnetic rods, for the classroom, look like magnetic curtain rods or magnetic towel racks. The magnetic parts are the ends of the two arms which bracket the rod. Teachers use these rods for holding up mini anchor charts and flip charts on whiteboards, and for installing a safety curtain over the mini window of the classroom door. They can be plastic or metal, and they are usually available in different lengths and colors to suit your needs.I love to find awesome classroom organization ideas. As an Amazon...

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