‘Everything Clicked’ For Game Of Thrones Fans After Tonight’s Episode

‘Everything Clicked’ For Game Of Thrones Fans After Tonight’s Episode
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This is your five second warning: if you haven’t seen the latest Game of Thrones episode, go and watch it before you carry on reading. I’m not being responsible for ruining the series for you.

These Design Fails Are So Bad They're Funny & Prove Creativity Is Not For Everyone

These Design Fails Are So Bad They're Funny & Prove Creativity Is Not For Everyone
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Have you ever seen something and tilted your head just because you've never seen anything so crappy before? There are some creations that seem like an assault to the senses, and make you wonder what these people were thinking. But after you're done cringing, the only thing left to do is laugh off the bad designs that make no sense whatsoever.

The 1968 sci-fi that spookily predicted today

The 1968 sci-fi that spookily predicted today
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In the first of BBC Culture’s new series on fiction that predicted the future, Hephzibah Anderson looks at the work of John Brunner, whose vision of 2010 was eerily accurate.

2 men endure 71-day hike to document the Grand Canyon

2 men endure 71-day hike to document the Grand Canyon
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This year is the 100th anniversary of Grand Canyon National Park. Six million visit each year, but fewer than 5 percent actually hike into the canyon. More people have walked on the moon than have walked the entire length of the Grand Canyon, 750 miles, the vast majority without trails.

Success Kid Meme, Now 10, Explains How Going Viral Saved Dad’s Life

Success Kid Meme, Now 10, Explains How Going Viral Saved Dad’s Life
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Imagine being immortalised on the Internet at the tender age of 11 months old. This is life according to the Success Kid meme, known to his friends and family as Sammy.

The messy, complicated truth about grief

The messy, complicated truth about grief
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Mourning the loss of a loved one isn’t efficient, compact or logical, and it changes us forever, says writer Nora McInerny. She explains why.

If you want to tackle big problems, try thinking like a bee

If you want to tackle big problems, try thinking like a bee
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Honey bees can show us the power to be found in thinking small, says beekeeper Marianne Gee.

People may one day live on top of the ocean in this ‘floating city’—take a look

People may one day live on top of the ocean in this ‘floating city’—take a look
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Would you live in city that floats, produces its own food and is resilient to natural disasters like hurricanes and floods?

This Bel Air megamansion is for sale for $88 million — take a look inside

This Bel Air megamansion is for sale for $88 million — take a look inside
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This Bel Air megamansion is for sale for $88 million. Check out some of its over-the-top features.

People Who Can Make A Good Cup Of Tea Are More Attractive, Study Finds

People Who Can Make A Good Cup Of Tea Are More Attractive, Study Finds
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How do you like your eggs in the morning? Who cares! This article is all about tea, baby. All T. No shade.

The beautiful ways different cultures sign emails

The beautiful ways different cultures sign emails
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Depending on where you live, the words you use to sign off your email could be just as important as the content.

Halloween-time traditions around the world

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Halloween-time traditions around the world
Halloween-time traditions around the world
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In the United States, it's that time of year when children dress in costume and parade the neighborhood, asking for sugary treats. Families may share scary stories around a bonfire, or curl up with popcorn to watch horror movies.

Mexi Halloween Decoration in Afamosa Melaka

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Mexi Halloween Decoration in Afamosa Melaka
Mexi Halloween Decoration in Afamosa Melaka
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Mexi Halloween Decoration in "Old West Afamosa" Melaka Malaysia.

Today in Pictures, May 13, 2019

Today in Pictures, May 13, 2019
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Children dressed as deities and characters from popular culture are held above the crowd on pedestals before a parade at the Cheung Chau Bun Festival in Hong Kong; newly ordained priests lie on the floor as Pope Francis leads a mass in St Peter's Basilica at the Vatican in Rome, Italy; and other pictures from around the world in Today in Pictures.

Beautiful Photos That Capture The Magic Of The Great Rann Of Kutch & Will Convince You To Visit

Beautiful Photos That Capture The Magic Of The Great Rann Of Kutch & Will Convince You To Visit
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In a country as diverse as India, there are plenty of beautiful hidden corners, rolling hills and warm beaches to camp at. A true traveller will vouch for that. Anyone's first instinct is to discover the hills or the beaches. But the Great Rann of Kutch is a gem sitting in plain sight and it is a place we highly recommend to anyone looking to plan their next travel. The white sands, the simple life and breathtaking sunsets will leave you in awe.

Lovely plants for busy people

Lovely plants for busy people
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If you love to decorate your house with plants, but find yourself too occupied with work, studying and other stresses, this is a list of perfect plants for you! They are beautiful, easy to take care of and ask for nothing for return.

Pep Guardiola beats Jurgen Klopp to manager of the year award

Pep Guardiola beats Jurgen Klopp to manager of the year award
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Pep Guardiola's City retained the Premier League title on Sunday, beating Klopp's Liverpool by a single point at the end of a thrilling title race.

Real Madrid offer Gareth Bale a sensational return to Tottenham after Zinedine Zidane leaves him out of squad

Real Madrid offer Gareth Bale a sensational return to Tottenham after Zinedine Zidane leaves him out of squad
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Real Madrid are ready to offload Welsh superstar Gareth Bale in the summer transfer window. He has been offered to Tottenham on a loan deal of £10million.

Matteo Politano, Ivan Perisic put Inter Milan on brink of Champions League

Matteo Politano, Ivan Perisic put Inter Milan on brink of Champions League
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Bologna moved ahead of Fiorentina into 13th position with a 4-1 win over Parma which leaves the promoted side just three points clear of a return to Serie B next season.

“I love my baby, but sometimes I wish I had my own life back” : the ambivalence of new motherhood

“I love my baby, but sometimes I wish I had my own life back” : the ambivalence of new motherhood
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Thoughts like these are completely normal, but many new moms feel ashamed of having them. Here’s how to let go of self-judgment and too-high expectations, from reproductive psychiatrists Alexandra Sacks and Catherine Birndorf.

Why we should say no to positivity — and yes to our negative emotions

Why we should say no to positivity — and yes to our negative emotions
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It sounds paradoxical, but accepting our negative emotions can actually make us happier in the long run. Psychologist Susan David explains how.

This Simple Practice Will Help You Deal with Toxic People

This Simple Practice Will Help You Deal with Toxic People
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The author of The Execution Factor shares how to effectively handle the negativity that deters you from living a more fulfilling life.

Boy who lost leg from landmine in Afghanistan dances after receiving prosthetic limb

Boy who lost leg from landmine in Afghanistan dances after receiving prosthetic limb
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A 5-year-old boy in Afghanistan who lost his leg when he was just a baby received a prosthetic one recently – and his reaction to the new limb is going viral. The video of the boy dancing with his prosthetic leg was posted by the International Committee of the Red Cross Afghanistan, which shared some of his story.

4 things that kids wish their parents knew

4 things that kids wish their parents knew
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Children could definitely give the adults in their lives some lessons in parenting. Here’s a few, from writer Swati Lodha.

How to use rituals to get closer to the people you care about

How to use rituals to get closer to the people you care about
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By turning our get-togethers with friends into regular events, we can build the kinds of connections that will sustain us, says life coach Baya Voce.

Technology could widen the gender employment gap, the IMF warns

Technology could widen the gender employment gap, the IMF warns
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Technology is often espoused as a great leveler, enabling sudden and sweeping economic progress for huge swathes of society.

6 Techniques to Better Your Problem-Solving Skills

6 Techniques to Better Your Problem-Solving Skills
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Developing a problem-solving process doesn’t just help you make more informed decisions. It will also help you prioritize your time so you can get back to what really matters.

‘Game of Thrones’ doesn’t mark the end of appointment TV — Hollywood always gives viewers what they want

‘Game of Thrones’ doesn’t mark the end of appointment TV — Hollywood always gives viewers what they want
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If consumers want shared viewing experiences, streaming platforms will find a way to give viewers that option. There’s no reason streaming platforms can’t roll out final seasons of hit shows one episode at a time. Week-by-week episode rollouts generate positive buzz for shows and platforms while providing advertising opportunities for brands and businesses.