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What your Cat's Tail Is Telling You

Cats communicate in a variety of ways. Their purrs can have different meanings, but cats also communicate with body language. For example, ear position is a good indicator of how a feline is feeling. Upward ears mean a cat is alert or happy, while backward or flat ears mean to steer clear because...
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Stick A Tennis Ball On The Top Of Your Broom Stick

Tennis balls are for tennis, to play a game of catch with your dog and even help grandma's walker slide across the floor. But tennis balls are not for cleaning around your house, right? Come to find out one cleaning hack you should employ is to stick a tennis ball at the end of your broom. We all...
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How To Tell If An Apology Is Sincere

Sorry used to be the hardest word to say but from Mark Zuckerberg to Harvey Weinstein and the most recent apology from Roseanne Barr, who’s TV re-boot was cancelled by ABC after posting racist tweets, sorry seems to flow off the lips faster than the actions that prompted it. But how can you tell if...
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Why Your Text Messages Have Empty Boxes

Ever notice some text messages you receive contain empty boxes or out of context symbols or letters? It's not because the text sender is having a stoke or accidently butt-texted you. It's because your device does not support the emoji that has been received. Conversely, not every emoji you send...
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Why Cats Scratch Furniture & How To Reduce The Destruction

It may be seen as a cat's spiteful nature to target expensive couches and chairs to shred with their claws. But you can thank nature and not your cat's personality for that. According to cat behaviorists, cats gravitate toward scratching furniture mostly because it's highly visible and that...
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Double Spacing At The End Of A Sentence Is Wrong

Time to take a look at a rule that has changed back and forth since the invention of the Guttenberg Press, should you include two space after a period when typing? Depending on when you learned to type, your answer would be yes for seasoned typists. But the modern answer is a unanimous "no" and to...
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