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Google Doodle honors Mexican actress Dolores del Río

Google Doodle Honors Dolores Del Rio

Across the US and Mexico today, Google‘s Doodle is featuring  a loving tribute to the legendary Dolores del Río on August 3 — the actress’s birthday in 1904. Dolores del Río was discovered by American filmmaker and director Edwin Carewe, and then followed a remarkable film career in 1925, appearing in films such as “What Price Glory?,” “Ramona”, “Madame du Barry” and “Journey into Fear,” making …

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20 Minutes On Tinder

Who do you love? Or who do you wanna love? Tonight?   By now, most of us are thoroughly familiar with Tinder. Shoot, a swipe could get you a ticket to Burning Man these days. With over 2 million downloads, it’s the most ridiculously easy thing to install. Within minutes you’re perusing potential suitors for a date, a conversation, a …

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5 Ways To Handle Toxic Friendships

Lots of literature talks about friendships as if they don’t function in the same way relationships do. Rubbish. I can assure you from experience that whatever codependent hang ups you’ve experienced with romantic partners will play out with your friends too. Here’s some ways to be assertive and decide whether or not your friendship is worth working through. Be aware …

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Twelve Signs You’ve Probably Been In A Relationship Too Long

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You dread going to bed because you know it’s going to be an all-out holy war on the the sheet/blanket game. Goodnight, honey. I love you, too. 2. You demand that your partner brush his teeth before, during and after sex. Also, it’s good if he showers too. Maybe shaves. But now that process is taking too long so you’re …

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