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Increase shoe comfort, carry out minor repairs, store your shoes and keep them clean with our budget shoe hacks.

Oh so her callin me a mistake an an ass for bringing up when we are taking the guitar is high standards? Her yelling at me for me asking my sister to give my fucking phone back is high standards?

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Andy Borowitz Calls the Winner of the 2012 Election : The New Yorker

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Chances are, you have some old mobile phone chargers lying around the house with non-USB pins. Instead of junking it, Martin Melchior shows us how to attach USB ports and give those chargers a new life.

Repurpose Old Cell Phone Chargers with DIY USB Ports

Chances are, you have some old mobile phone chargers lying around the house with non-USB pins. Instead of junking it, Martin Melchior shows us how to attach USB ports and give those chargers a new life.

Shoe Hacks that will make your feet smile

Shoe Hacks that will make your feet smile

Third of Britons unhappy with move to cashless societyGETTY - STOCK IMAGE Most Britons are reluctant to let cash goThe study from consumer analysts Mintel confirms that most Britons are reluctant to let go of their traditional coins and notes. While a cashless society is most appealing to those aged 25-34 (46 per cent), a willingness to give up old-style cash declines with age, falling to only a fifth (20 per cent) of Brits aged 55 and over. But women (28 per cent) are less in favour of a…

Third of Britons unhappy with move to cashless societyGETTY - STOCK IMAGE Most Britons are reluctant to let cash goThe study from consumer analysts Mintel confirms that most Britons are reluctant to let go of their traditional coins and notes. While a cashless society is most appealing to those aged 25-34 (46 per cent), a willingness to give up old-style cash declines with age, falling to only a fifth (20 per cent) of Brits aged 55 and over. But women (28 per cent) are less in favour of a…

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