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Bwoglines: Cold, Sick, And Alone Edition

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Us. (But not really. Bwog is a very fluid entity.)

Though it’s definitely pretty cold in Sochi, things are heating up for the Olympian athletes. Thanks, Tinder. (ABC News)

Unfortunately, mammograms might be much less effective than we’d thought. (NY Times)

Bruce Jenner is lonely. (Star Pulse)

And has ombre hair now. (NY Daily News)

Hellish. Of hell. Like this weather. And our souls. (BuzzFeed)

Nostalgic and emotional female hugging herself and feeling low on cold late summer or autumn day via Shutterstock.

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