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Andrew Tarlow Takes the Lead Against Tipping with a Sticker For Your Window

Danny Meyer may have been the first to really make headlines by eliminating tipping, but Andrew Tarlow has now gone a step further by taking on the anti-tipping movement’s PR as well. 137 more words

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This new celebrity catchphrase clapping game is all the rage in Japanese schools【Videos】

Japanese students test their TV trivia knowledge and their ability to keep up with the beat in this new rhythm game that’s gone viral. 421 more words

Japan

Om my way to the bank...

There is a lot of “self-love” proselytizing among celebrities in general, but 2016 is shaping up to  be the year of the “lifestyle expert”. Telling us how to feel, how to think and what to eat and/or do to achieve nirvana. 190 more words

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Boyz II Men Sing Beauty School Dropout On #GreaseLive

During Carly Rae Jepsen’s (who plays Frenchie) diner scene in Grease Live, Twitter was freaking out that the song that she sung wasn’t “Beauty School Dropout”. 244 more words

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The New L’Officiel Cover Showing Ranveer Singh with a Nose Ring Is So On Fleek!

The 14th anniversary cover for L’Officiel shows Bollywood’s ultra-hot man wearing a nose ring with model Smita Lasrado at the back gazing at him expectantly has swayed my heart away. 100 more words

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QantasLink, Sydney to Maroochydore (Sunshine Coast), Boeing 717, Economy Class

“What time will you arrive? I’ll pick you up” My old mate Daz texted me.

“I’ll be landing at 10:35” I texted back.

“Ok, see you at 10:30” 456 more words

Economy Class

The New Trend in France: Married Couple and Dating Couples Don’t Live Together

Written by the reporter for the papers, stationed in Belgium, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

In a recent statistic measure conducted by France, they’d found that more and more couples don’t live together, allowing the distance to make the love longer lasting, on the other hand, more and more members of the younger generations couldn’t afford housing, and so, they’d moved in with their partners with their parents, and, for both generations, it’s a brand new experience. 575 more words

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