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  • A London web developer has created a calculator which tells you how much toilet roll you actually need, so you can stop panic-buying.
  • Dave Stewart wanted to provide people with a bit of humor during the coronavirus pandemic while also attempting to solve a human problem.
  • Free online and mobile app Got Paper? asks a number of simple questions – such as "poops per day" or "pees per day" – in order to deliver a number of required rolls for each person.
  • It will be translated into several more languages, including Italian and Chinese, within the coming days.

If you’re one of the many people around the world who have panic-bought toilet paper over the past few weeks, it may be time to stop – or share some with your neighbors.

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palm_of_handM for "mysterious"? M is for "magnificent"? The presence of this letter in the palm of your hand is very important. According to palmistry, the art of reading palms, people with an M are more intuitive than most people. You are also said to be endowed with a determined character and easily attract success. According to palmistry, the lines of our hands can both tell us a lot about our personalities and reveal our futures. Start observing your palm lines for a clearer vision of yourself.


virus_maskHere are questions we need to ask ourselves, who is cooking the food? is all cooking utensils sanitized? has the cook and staff been tested and cleared for the corvid 19? is all the staff at the restaurant dressed in protective gear to help prevent the spread of any possible virus and bacteria?  If your a person who does drive through or home delivery can you really trust that it’s safe? for that matter is any package you get from US mail, UPS or FedEx free of the virus. This corvid 19 started with travelers who returned home or kept traveling to even more countries or cruise ships that land in various countries for a brief time so passengers can browse and shop, but now those people have exposed others.

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7 Ways to Be a Lovable Smart Ass

Posted: February 6, 2020 in Humor
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Ah, Smart Assery. When done right, it can be a fun and positive thing. When done wrong, it can be painful, annoying, and downright mean.smartass

Many people have different definition of what exactly a “Smart Ass,” is, and some are more positive than others. For the sake of this post and this blog, let me share with you what mine is:

Smart Ass: – A person who sees the humor in everything and enjoys pointing it out, specifically humor in the ridiculous, contradictory, and self-defeating things that people do.

There’s nothing in there about being obnoxious, rude or annoying. It’s just a humorous way of looking at life. Like with any kind of humor, there is a line that separates lovable smart asses from annoying smart asses (or, “jackasses,” if you will…)

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Pictures that will make you chuckle

Posted: February 5, 2020 in Humor
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We all need a smile or a laugh some times

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products_1There are plenty of things inside our houses right now that we may take for granted, from Tide laundry detergent to Drano and Advil. Some of these iconic brands have gone through big design changes throughout their histories. Listerine used to be an antiseptic for surgery, not mouthwash. The average American home has changed in innumerable ways over the last century, from the kitchen to the living room. Our favorite household products have changed along with them. Tide and Drano used to come in powder or crystal form, Listerine came corked in a glass bottle, and Windex was sold in an aerosol can.

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writingHandwriting is quickly becoming a dying art. Few businesses can run nowadays without computers. Most college students type virtually everything, to the point where the phrase "writing a paper" is basically obsolete in the literal sense. Elementary and high schools across the country now view typing courses as essential to their curricula, to say nothing for the fact that cursive writing is all but gone. But what are we losing as handwriting loses its significance in society?

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