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1. Quiz Of The Day

Do You Remember The Titles Of These Jukebox Classic From The 1950’s?

You remember the songs, but do you remember the titles?

Do You Remember The Titles Of These Jukebox Classic From The 1950’s?

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2. Dessert Of The Day

33 Super-Cool Popsicles To Make This Summer

33 Super Cool Popsicles To Make

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3. 10 Things You Didn’t Know About The 4th Of July

10 Things You Didn't Know About The 4th Of July

R.I.P Founding Fathers
In a bizarre, though perhaps apt, twist of fate, both Thomas Jefferson and John Adams died on July 4, 1826.

“The publication of the Declaration of Independence may have accidentally made the Fourth of July the official day of independence for America, but the deaths of two of its founders cemented its creation of the date’s designation,” wrote the FW’s Danny Gallagher in a post commemorating Independence Day last year.

 
Holiday, Shmoliday
“Americans began observing the Fourth of July as early as 1777, when the first-ever major celebration in Philadelphia included a parade, a thirteen-shot cannon salute and fireworks, but Congress didn’t make it official until 1870, when it was part of a bill passed to recognize major state holidays at a federal level — like Independence Day, Christmas and New Year’s Day,” according to TIME magazine.
 
Hot Dogs Galore
July Fourth is the “biggest hot dog holiday of the year,” according to TIME magazine, with Americans reportedly consuming about 155 million of them on Independence Day alone.
But despite a nationwide love for the salty snack, no one really knows where the hot dog came from. According to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, it is “likely that the North American hot dog comes from a widespread common European sausage brought here by butchers of several nationalities.” The meaty treat’s origin story remains murky, however.
 
 
4. The Magic Way To Clean Your BBQ Grill
Made sure the bag is sealed tight enough that no ammonia would leak out and cause any harm to the surrounding environment.
The Magic Way To Clean Your BBQ Grill

5. 7 Reasons the Blunt Friend is the Best Friend You’ll Ever Have Imaged

7 Reasons the Blunt Friend is the Best Friend You'll Ever Have Imaged

They’ll tell you the truth – even if it hurts.

A blunt person holds truth to the highest standard. If there’s something they think you need to hear, they’ll tell you. But be aware, just because you need to hear it, doesn’t mean it’s always what you want to hear.

The good thing about this is that your friendship issues don’t build up and explode. Instead of arguing, you’ll have meaningful and nurturing discussions.

They have high moral standards.

People often mistake blunt people for being crude and lacking any morals. But don’t be fooled – they’re blunt because they know exactly what their idea of right and wrong is, without forgetting the grey area.

This actually explains why they act the way they do. Their bluntness is just their reaction to the world’s dishonesty. 

A blunt person is the most fun to be around.

As if your blunt friend doesn’t make you crack up literally every second of the day, the two of you have the most unforgettable nights when you go out together.

Even if you were drunk and blacked out in the middle of it, it’s never just another night

Read more: 7 Reasons the Blunt Friend is the Best Friend You’ll Ever Have 

 

6. How To Make A Pizza Dip

Just dip your chips and enjoy!

 

7. Joke Of The Day

Joke Of The Day

Wife: I can’t believe they’re still together after all that crap.

Me: Who?

Wife: My butt cheeks.

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