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People Are Sharing Advice For A Successful Marriage


“My father always said that the best thing he and my mother did for their marriage was get a king sized bed. I always thought it was ridiculous advice until recently, when my wife and I needed a new bed. We spent the extra money on a king, and I’ll be damned if that wasn’t one of the best decisions we have made. The extra room is amazing: we can snuggle or have some space, and when our kids try and get in bed there’s enough room that no one is getting a foot to the face.”



15 Boba Places To Check Out When You're In The Southern California Area

I love these boba shops so matcha.

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26 AAPI Cookbooks You Should Read

Promising review: “Yes, this book is beautiful, the recipes are well-written, the diversity of recipes is amazing, but most importantly, this book reminds me of all the foods that my parents and grandparents made for me. Most Chinese cookbooks simply do not reflect what I ate growing up. My husband asks me why don’t I cook Chinese more often…it’s because most cookbooks don’t have recipes of what I grew up eating. Now I have real recipes with real instructions and proportions for the most basic red cooked pork belly, steamed egg, wontons, stir-fried veggies, even pickling my own snow vegetables!

Because of the way that Betty has included Chinese characters, pinyin and English, I know exactly which dish she is talking about. As a Chinese-American, this cookbook speaks deeply to me. If I were to write a cookbook, this is what I would have written, but thankfully the amazingly talented Betty Liu has done it first so I am forever grateful that she took the time to do this. Seriously, just buy it!” —AmiTashie

Get it from Amazon for $22.99.


Pick One Song From Each Of These Artists And We'll Reveal If You're An Apple Or Banana

Let’s see where your TASTE in music gets you.

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This Dad Secretly Fed Her Vegan Daughter Meat

Other users like u/RealisticSandwich, however, thought the mom’s frustration was not unjustified and that the ex-husband was the asshole in the situation:

“You don’t let an 8-year-old tell you what they want to eat. You don’t give them fast food just because they beg for it. And if you and your co-parent have agreed to a diet together, you absolutely should let the other person know when you change something, ESPECIALLY if you’re going to start feeding the kid fast food. No kid NEEDS fast food (not saying it can’t be incorporated into an otherwise healthy diet, but a parent saying no to fast food isn’t like, depriving them or denying their bodily autonomy).

What if their daughter had a delayed allergic reaction to something her dad fed her, and their daughter kept it quiet because her dad told her not to tell her mom? Hell, even this WILD behavior change is bad news.”


You're Not Supposed To Put These Things In The Garbage Disposal, But Do You Anyway?

This probably explains why my garbage disposal makes a weird noise.

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