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They say you can tell a lot about a man by the way he combs his hair. Actually, they don’t say that. No one does, not even GQ grooming columnists desperate for a lead. As a statement, it’s probably not even true. Still, it sounds good, seems authoritative, satisfies the human craving for simplistic maxims, and is thus a perfect way to introduce a listicle about Donald Trump and the inanimate obje
According to Life magazine, in 1889 Herminie Cadolle of France invented the first modern bra. It appeared in a corset catalogue as a two-piece undergarment, which she originally called the corselet gorge, and later le bien-être (or "the well-being").
An international team of researchers published the results of a study indicating people who hail from warmer, more pleasant areas of these United States are—and this is a scientific term—way more chill than those who grew up watching their parents dutifully scrape ice off their windshields every morning.
The Boy Scout motto tells us to always be prepared. Indeed, the number of natural and geophysical disasters taking place each year is increasing, the forests are full of poisonous plants, insects, and animals, and an alarming number of people go missing in the wild every year.
MS Dhoni (39 not out + 4 dismissals) became the first Indian wicketkeeper to post 35 or more runs and effect four dismissals in the same T20I, joining South Africa's Quinton de Kock (twice) and Pakistan's Kamran Akmal.
India is undoubtedly one of the most interesting countries in the world. It strikes us with its contrasts, impresses us with its traditions and culture, and stays a secret for most foreigners. Bright Side gathered 19 amazing facts about this country of spices that will show India from a completely different side.
When Jaqi Clements gave birth to her twin girls, she knew she'd have to figure out how to handle being a mom of three and a wife. But she never imagined that her twins would become world-famous seven years later.
A gold Ferrari sports car at Chelsea in London, U.K.
A closeup of a gold-plated Nike Air Jordan (1988-1989) sneakers in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA on Feb. 17, 2017
An 11-inch (30-cm) long, five-kilogram Rolls-Royce model made of gold is displayed at a shopping center in Shenyang, China on April 3, 2015.

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