For millions of people throughout the world, the university dormitory is an integral part of the higher education experience. Some have fond memories of their dorm rooms; others think of their dorms as one step above a prison cell. Either way, nobody can doubt that “interesting” things tend to happen in dorm rooms. Here, in
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With the recent release of the series Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix, there was a tinge of backlash regarding her comments about holding onto too many books. She recommends only having 30 at a time. Of course, memes appeared overnight defending book-hoarding with a stunning ferocity. This compulsive craving to collect and hoard
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Most of us wonder about things for which we never truly get answers. This is not because explanations are lacking but more because the questions are so common that they tend not to encourage a research binge. However, ordinary puzzles often have fascinating answers. For example, there is a meaty secret behind the panda’s strict
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Dive headfirst into the mysterious world of dreams with this fascinating list. Top 10 Most Common Nightmares – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUgzRNsRqhk&list=PLec1lxRhYOzvaEAXF4XIDKr5BmMGJtbIx&index=76 Where else to find All Time 10s… Facebook: http://ow.ly/3FNFR Twitter: http://ow.ly/3FNMk Here are ‘Alltime10’s’ top 10 video’s according to our viewers, there is some crazy video’s in here from, Facts About Dreams to Top 10 Places
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Roughly 150,000 men of Jewish descent fought in Hitler’s army. While their families back home were being corralled into ghettos and sent off to death camps, these men were in Poland, France, or Russia, spreading the fascist system that was killing their people across Europe. It’s hard to understand, but many Jewish Germans signed up
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10 Decisions That Saved Great Movies Sometimes executives get in the way to the detriment of a film, and sometimes to its advantage; find out about 10 decisions that saved great movies in this clip Music= Honky Tonk Parade by Ray Davies Click to Subscribe.. http://bit.ly/WTVC4x Videos in the Endcard: 10 Deadliest Poisons Known To
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We often expect a drug prescription when we visit a doctor. However, physicians seem to be gradually shifting from solely recommending the use of medications to prescribing other unconventional things. These bizarre prescriptions could be issued alone or to supplement a medication or some other treatment. These newer treatments include playing, cycling, singing, visiting museums,
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As children, we’re put to sleep with the help of tales designed to ease us through the darkness and into the wide space of our imaginations. Growing up, these stories have developed with profound messages designed to push us in the right direction in life. But while the magic may never cease to glisten, these
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10 Myths about the Nazis We’ve all heard the conspiracies about the evil nazi party, so we thought it was time to separate the fact from the fiction. Did Hitler really hide a stash of gold? And just who were the most surprising members of the Nazi party? Take a look at the clip to
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The shifting sands of the Sahara have swallowed animals, people, and entire cities over eons. It is the largest hot desert in the world, and those who become lost in its endless sandy plains are likely to never be seen again. In the ancient world, whole armies were known to march off across it, never
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Inmates murdered by the guards, gang warfare and cruel, twisted torture, all feature in this horrific list of the most brutal prisons on Earth. Music = Backward Reality by Igor Dvorkin / Ellie Kidd Click to Subscribe.. http://bit.ly/WTVC4x Check out the best of Alltime10s – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLec1lxRhYOzt2qqqnFBIpUm63wr5yhLF6 This was our list of the 10 Most Deadliest
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Haters unite. For this list, we’re looking at movie characters that audiences most hate – from villains such as Percy Wetmore in “The Green Mile” (1999) and Mrs. Carmody in “The Mist” (2007) to characters who failed to strike a chord with audiences – including Jar Jar Binks from the “Star Wars” franchise (1977-) and
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In many ways, ancient Rome was the birthplace of modern Western culture. It’s easy to see ourselves reflected in its culture and customs, with its focus on liberty and the rule of law. In other ways, though, ancient Rome was more alien than we can imagine. For one, their addiction to bloodthirsty sports in which
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A modern wonder is imaging and our ability to share pictures globally within seconds. People alive today can surf the web and see the most incredible scientific sights without ever having to step inside a laboratory. Pictures showing freshly solved mysteries and violent things in space are fascinating, but they pale next to unusual world
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Despite our differences in opinion and cultures, there’s one thing just about everyone can agree on: Sex is amazing. No matter how much we may enjoy it, though, it’s one of the most mysterious aspects of evolution. Scientists have been trying to answer why we have sex at all for quite some time now,[1] as
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Even after humans fought for centuries to escape the restrictions of this world and thus be able to venture into the cosmos, we finally decided to look back. So, ironically, Earth has been the primary focus of our observations from space. Although scientists have obtained hundreds of thousands of photographs of planets, galaxies, and other
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It’s no secret that couples often speak their own language with one another. When two people become close, they develop their own inside jokes, codes, and nicknames. When we see others doing this, especially in public, it can quickly go from cute to sickening. However, cutesy nicknames and baby talk between two people in love
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Many in China like to claim that their country has seen 4,000 years of continuous civilization. In truth, new evidence hints that Chinese civilization may even be older than that. For those in the West, Chinese history is either completely unknown or only vaguely identified. However, in many mandatory Western civilization courses, professors like to
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Let’s take a break from the Homer Simpsons of animation and focus on the smartest characters in cartoons. We’ll be looking at the most intelligent characters from animated television shows. These characters are cartoonishly intelligent! WatchMojo ranks the smartest cartoon characters. Are there any characters we forgot? Let us know in the comments! Watch more
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The Manhattan Project is famously known as the United States-led endeavor which successfully created the first atomic bomb. The success of the Manhattan Project led to the bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima in 1945 and the total surrender of Japan, ending World War II. The project was extremely complex and dangerous, even causing the deaths
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Season 4 of Rick and Morty better answer some of these unanswered questions because we’ve been waiting to long for them to remain unknown. Welcome to Watchmojo, and today we’re exploring some of the most pressing questions from Rick and Morty. For example, What Is Evil Morty’s Plan? What happened to Birdperson? Is Beth a
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Top 10 Best SNL Characters Subscribe: http://goo.gl/Q2kKrD Lorne Michaels’ creation has given birth to hundreds – if not thousands – of original characters, ridiculous sketches, and spot-on impersonations. WatchMojo ranks the ten best characters in SNL history, List Entries and Rank: #10. Stefon (Debuted November 1, 2008) #9. Opera Man (Debuted April 18, 1992) #8.
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