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Starburst Slime that's EDIBLE! non-toxic taste-safe slime for kids made from candy! Kitchen science
If happen to have been on the internet at all recently, you’ve probably noticed that bath bombs–those effervescent balls of color and perfume that your whole bath a certain color when you put them in–are having a bit of a moment. There’s the resurgence of the (excellent) bath bomb meme. The always-satisfying #bathbomb tag on Instagram, which seems to get new videos added to it every second.
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"Congrats, you just found a new way to lose $10 (or more)." From: 12 Life Hacks Nobody Should Be Using
I don’t know about you, but personally, I spend a lot of my time on the computer. And by “spend,” what I really mean here is “waste,” because, technically, most of the stuff I do online is not productive at all. I mean, I do my work, but then there are the memes. Twitter and Instagram (for memes). The private, hyper-specific Facebook groups (that I am also in for the hyper-specific memes). And, of course, there is Netflix. I am sure you can relate.
Looking for ways to keep some extra cash in your pocket this school year? Here are the money-saving hacks to know, thanks to 1000LifeHacks!
6 Unexpected Uses for Those Baggies of Silica Beads From Your New Shoes
There are tons of items lying around your house just waiting to be turned into art. Before you throw out an empty can or bottle, see about turning it into ... Read More
Today, while innocently scrolling through Pinterest trying to get my work done, I stumbled upon an entire culture I never knew existed – a group of females who share some pretty basic beauty, hygiene, and fitness hacks dubbed “hoe tips.” They are on Tumblr, Twitter, and even have a trending section on Pinterest! “Hoe tips” are a collection of crazy looking images with tips on how to be… a female? I think?
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