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Archive for December, 2015

At the end of every year, we take a look back at our most popular posts to reminisce (and to help you catch any stuff you might have missed). Here’s one last look at our best posts in 2015.

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Sabrage, the process of opening a bottle of champagne with a saber, is a fun ceremonial tradition that’s great for impressing party guests. You don’t necessarily need a saber or knife for this party trick, however.

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Saying “no” is an important time-saving skill to learn, especially for those of us who worry too much about being liked by others. Having a “no script” planned out ahead of time can make saying “no” in a nice manner much easier.

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Deadspin These Were Your Favorite Videos Of 2015, And A Lot Of Them Are NSFW | Jezebel George Lucas: I Sold Star Wars to ‘White Slavers’ | Gizmodo Lighting 10,000 Sparklers at Once Is the Best Way To Ring in the New Year | Gawker Obama to Seinfeld: Many World Leaders Are Completely Insane |

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Every once in a while, the App Store seems to glitch out and get stuck either not properly updating or not showing new updates correctly. Over on Twitter, Zachary Drayer points out that you can force reload everything in the app by tapping an icon on the tab bar 10 times.

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How to Survive the Perils of New Year's Eve

New Year’s Eve might be the best party night of the year, but it can also be the most stressful, from losing your phone to the far more perilous drive home. Here are a few things you can do now to stay safe and sane this New Year’s.

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Memorizing your presentation will help make it go smoothly (and you feel less nervous), right? Probably not, according to Toastmasters International experts on public speaking.

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