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Dermatologists hate her! This suburban mom uses cheap household ingredients to keep her skin looking like she’s still twenty-five! Here are fifty-two bars of soap that look eerily similar to human beings. You can’t ignore this shockingly heartwarming picture of a single mother making it on her own in the Big Apple. Here are three things you’ll never want to read again if […]

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Bwoglines: Spooky City Edition

Watch this troubling and scary video of a woman getting catcalled over 100 times as she walks around Manhattan. (Huffington Post) Taylor Swift has been named a New York City Global Welcome Ambassador (whatever that means). Check out her video on NYC lingo in which she explains words such as “stoop” and “bodega.” (Gothamist) Feeling […]

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