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3 emoji with incredibly bizarre stories of origin

Wedbings starts. Years pass. Unicode standardizes the world's emoji set. And then in 2014 someone asked Unicode to convert this weirdly specific webding into a weirdly specific emoji. And for some reason, Unicode said yes. Something like this can easily happen ! Because anyone can suggest an emoji to Unicode. And if Unicode says yes, it will be added to …

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The most notorious fraudsters in history – Toptenz.net

For most of us, the idea of ​​pretending to be someone else sounds exhausting if not impossible. Not for everyone. Some people slip into a new identity just as easily as you slip into a new pair of shoes. In fact, the story is full of cheaters who have disguised themselves and successfully pretended to be someone else just for …

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"The Hunger Games" draws a "Star Wars"

We get a new Hunger Games film that was inevitable when Suzanne Collins started to release her upcoming Hunger Games prequel novel The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes write . The plot centers on 18-year-old Coriolanus Snow, who eventually became Donald Sutherland, the Emperor of Hunger and antagonist of the original series. It seems fitting that a story about the …

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The New Yorker crossword has released a co-op mode

Solving a crossword puzzle together is possibly the most geriatric pairing activity you can perform without including Werther's original in your foreplay. However, with entertainment options going faster than toilet paper, it may be time to wipe the old dictionary (Google) and play a friendly co-op game with your most demanding friends in this week's New Yorker . Crossword. The …

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Bizarre and tragic cases of COVID-19 panic

The global pandemic of COVID-19, the new disease caused by the novel corona virus, has not only affected human life but continues to lead to economic and social disruption. Among the very real health concerns, physical distancing, and economic aid, there were some notable cases of panic and disorder ranging from absurd to tragic to despicable. Here we see the …

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No Donald Ducking, wear pants and fart in your elbows

We recently noticed that you may be able to trap coronavirus. Apparently infected patients will drop fragments of the virus into their faeces, which means that "silent but deadly" can now be used as a medical term. According to Dr. Norman Swan in the Coronacast podcast is responsible for ensuring that no wind is brought near another person and "that …

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Even more of the most unusual prisons in the world

If you've always wanted to know what it's like to be locked up in a giant rotating soup can, you can take a trip to the squirrel cage prison in Council Bluffs, Iowa. This prison, also known as Lazy Susan Prison should be run as cheaply as possible to avoid forcing the good people at Council Bluffs to pay more …

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The Facebook Gaming App wants to turn your mother into a streamer

Generational gaps arise from the trends that you give up to explain to your parents. For example, what a TikTok is or why the most popular entertainment medium of our time is people who watch other people playing video games. But when it comes to streaming, the best thing to do is to start explaining and explaining quickly now that …

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Sinister secrets that still haunt Canada

In the past we looked back at some secrets from the United States that still confuse historians, scholars and criminals. Today we're traveling north of the border to investigate similar puzzles from Canada's history. 10. The Death of Canada's Strongest Man In the 1980s, Adolfo Bresciano entertained the audience as a professional wrestler for the World Wrestling Federation under the …

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