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2011-11-21
Every Move You Make, every last gesture whether its a tilt of the head or plain fidgeting tells a story. Do you look down when you speak? Play with your hair? Lean to one side? Learn what youre telling others with your body language and what others are telling you with theirs

2011-10-15
What does your favorite ice cream flavor say about you?

2011-10-13
I also hate to throw out anything I could reuse or recycle. So I scoured the Internet to find uses for used tea bags and tea, other than the primary functions of keeping me hydrated and awake. With thanks to Readers Digest and Mental Floss magazines, the Boulder Dushanbe Tea House, Chinaculture.org, and several bloggers and Web forums, here is the definitive list of other uses for tea.

2011-10-12
Nowadays women appear to have a positive image of themselves as safer drivers than men, according to a recent poll. In a survey done for insurer MetLife, 51% of women said their gender drives more safely.

2011-10-10
The tomato is a member of the nightshade family of plants, which also includes eggplant, goji berries, potatoes, and chili peppers.

2011-10-03
Here is a table of colors and many of the meanings they tend to evoke. Notice how colors can mean very different things - it is not that the colors themselves have meaning, it is that we have culturally assigned meanings to them. For example, red means warmth because of the color of fire.

2011-09-19
The world is becoming a smaller place with so much common global interests that learning a second language has become almost a necessity. It is also very handy when you travel.

2011-09-14
Nothing defines Saudi hospitality more than offering guests a cup of Arabic coffee. The ritual of serving Arabic coffee in Saudi Arabia is a sign that a guest is welcomed and honored. It is usually served with dates, chocolate or any type of local sweets.

2011-09-13
London Heathrow Airport has topped the worlds busiest airport list for the past 11 years, but the rank will certainly change when Beijings Daxing airport opens.

2011-09-05
Most folks know the basics of why we blink: It cleans and moisturizes the eyes while protecting them from irritants. Everyone blinks. And then theres the forced one-eyed blink, the wink, thats used as a form of body language to say, Hey there, good looking. Unless used by a non-threatening grandparent, the age of the wink as a come-on has definitely, well, come and gone.

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