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The lies most people tell on dating apps do serve a purpose.
"Wow, this really kind of tastes like turkey.”
It might not sound like a shocking conclusion, but there was surprisingly little research on the question.
Marathon entrants today are more likely to be seeking personal validation rather than competitive victory.
The skinny on the Q.
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Abstaining from alcohol is a new trend with a long, long history.
A distinctly American restlessness is inspiring some to abandon the idea of a permanent home, while others are displaced by harsh realities.
Even when we suspect the underlying root of an issue is complex, we tend to look for a quick fix.