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Get Ready For Deep Fried Doritos

Ahhh, state fairs, you never miss an opportunity to introduce us to new ways to deep fry food! In southern California, one vendor has debut deep-fried Doritos chips! Yep, the guy who brought us deep-fried Twinkles and deep-fried Snickers bars now dips his Doritos into the vat of hot oil and introduces his latest item at the Los Angeles (California) County Fair.

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Why It Is Better To Be A Morning Person

It may come as a shock to you but I'm a morning person! I get to work before the sun rises every day and it some people see this as crazy! But there are some of us early morning risers who say it's the best way to get work done, lower stress and avoid traffic! Click here to find out why morning people rock!

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13 Easy Ways To Drink More Water Every Day

Let's face it, drinking plain, ol' water can be as boring as watching paint dry! But it does so much good for you...inside and out! So here are 13 fun ways to make drinking water...FUN and to make sure you're getting enough of the good stuff every day!

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Cellular Phones Bogging Down Restaurant Service

Do you think it's polite to use your cell phone in a restaurant? Apparently lots of people do, to the point where it's slowing down service. An anonymous manager at a busy New York City restaurant says that cell phones prevent customers from ordering as quickly as they used to. After comparing security footage from 2004 with current footage, the restauranteur claims that 10 years ago customers spent an average of one hour and five minutes at their table, but in 2014 the average time jumped to an hour and fifty-five minutes. The anonymous post on the Craigslist "rants & raves" board says that customers are so preoccupied taking photos, checking social media, and complaining about WiFi connections that take longer to order and to eat. The post end reads, "We are grateful for everyone who comes into our restaurant, after all, there are so many choices out there. But can you please be a bit more considerate?"

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What Your Household Scent Says About You

So you like to clean with lemon scented items. What does that say about you? Well find out about lemon and few other scents too by clicking here.

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Ellen DeGeneres To Launch New Brand

Ellen is keeping busy with a new endeavor. The comedienne and talk show host announced on Tuesday (July 8th) that she is starting her own lifestyle brand called E.D. Look for the brand to kick off in the fall with a collection of tabletop products, candles, and bedding. There will also be a pajama and slipper set available. The full launch will happen in the Spring (2015) with home-and-garden items, clothing and accessories for men and women, and pet products. Ellen added, "I don't want to be specific because I don't want people stealing my ideas." The 56-year-old addressed pricing saying, "My goal is that people can have a beautiful house, a really comfortable house, without only being able to afford very expensive things." The clothing prices will be midlevel. The new project will be a collaboration between Ellen and J. Christopher Burch, of Tory Burch fame. She discussed the brand with Women's Wear Daily saying, "I wouldn't be doing this if I didn't want it to be the biggest brand name that you can imagine. I'm not trying to launch a little boutique situation."
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Tangle-proof Your Earbuds

Nothing is more frustrating than de-tangling your wound up earbuds. Check out this video. With a few little twists and turns of your earbud cords, you'll be able to ensure that your earbuds are never tangled again.

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Kids Follow Rules When Written Down

Kids are more likely to follow the rules if they are written out and posted, finds a new study. Boston University researchers tested 61 children between the ages of four and six. They found that kids who were starting to read chose written instructions over spoken instructions 75 percent of the time. Professor Kathleen Corriveau, lead researcher, says, "Children seem more likely to remember it and more likely to obey it when it's put to paper. It suggests they view texts as a mechanism to knowledge." She suggests parents write down rules simply and broken down to increase the chance of their kid following them.
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Squeeze More Life Out Of Your iPhone

So you aren't ready to part ways with your iPhone. Let's be honest, they are a bit pricey to replace, so here are some tips you can use to improve your current iPhone's speed, memory and shelf life

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How To Make Make New Friends As An Adult

When we are kids it was easy to make new friends but it's a little more difficult as an adult. So here are some tips from experts on how to make new friends.

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