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Hit Dating Game Mystic Messenger Makes A Game Out Of Emotional Labor

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Mystic Messenger

The Korean dating simulator Mystic Messenger has become somewhat of a sensation among over a million women worldwide. It’s an “otome” game (literally, “maiden game”) that offers female players a harem of anime boys to court. 1,641 more words

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Stockings.

Today in the post came some more of the lovely Christmas Yarn that I made some little gift bag from before in July.

I had quite forgotten about the little… 80 more words

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Figma Makes Good-Looking Twilight Princess Toys

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Normally I’d pick fancy dress-wearing Zelda fover plain old green elf any day, but the DX version of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess’ Link, packed with everything from the Ball and Chain to the Hawkeye mask is making it hard to decide. 205 more words

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How The Rock — the highest-paid actor in Hollywood — makes and spends his millions

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was just named the highest-paid actor in the world. According to Forbes, the former WWE star makes $64.5 million per year, … 67 more words

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What Makes A Chicken Rice Recipe Worth S$2 Million?

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Can a chicken rice recipe really be worth S$2 million?

That’s the question many Singaporeans are wondering after it was reported that the chef-owner of Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice And Noodle at Chinatown Food Complex, Mr Chan Hong Meng, is looking to explore a partnership opportunity to expand his Michelin hawker brand. 1,003 more words

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EAT BIG & GET BIG!? WHAT-U-WANT Nutrition - Rich Piana - Grocery and Daily Supplies Makes For Your Kitchen Needs Review

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If Apple built a car, here are the companies it would probably work with

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Earlier this week, it came out that Apple was kicking the tires on buying an existing stake in McLaren, a British automotive company best known for making million-dollar supercars.  1,133 more words

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