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8 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Fall In Love



You know those times when you just got your heart broken, and you’re thinking, “I should’ve known, I really should’ve known”? Well, I say, yes, you really should have, but there’s nothing you can do about it now, except take a little time off wallowing and then get your ass off that couch and your guard back up. So I’ve decided to help by preparing a list of situations in which falling in love would only result in heartbreak, to help you avoid repeating the same mistake.

1. Don’t fall in love in a relationship that started off with lust
This is the kind of love story that has graced both the big screen and the small screen many, many times and it had fooled a great many of us into thinking that we, too, could fall in love with a one-night stand. But it’s different here in the real world. Just because you lost your heart when you stumbled back to their place that night, that does not mean they did too. They probably know the difference between a physical and an emotional connection and it’s about time you learn a thing or two on the matter too. Or you’ll end up alone. And heartbroken. And miserable.

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15 The Worst Diet Tips Ever


Cut Too Many Calories

It is pretty easy for dieters to think that the more calories they cut the faster they will lose weight and that is right, up to a point. The problem is that once you cut too many calories you body begins to think it is starving to death and your metabolism slows down and you don’t want that! So never cut your calories more than 1,200 a day for women and 1,800 for men. You may need more if you are exercising a lot.


Skip Breakfast

One of the worst diet tips is to skip breakfast in order to save calories for later. Not only does this mean your body doesn’t get revved up in the morning to begin burning calories but then you are usually so hungry by the time lunch and dinner roll around that you usually overeat, way more than the amount of calories you “saved”. Multiple studies have shown that those who eat breakfast are more successful at losing weight.

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15 Celebrities Who Own Private Islands


Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp is known for being somewhat of a recluse and he even bought a private island in (where else) the Bahamas so he can really get away from it all. He bought the island called Little Hall’s Pond Cay for about $3.6 million shortly after filming the first Pirates of the Caribbean film in the area and falling in love with the atmosphere.


Eddie Murphy

Eddie Murphy bought this private getaway just 5 minutes from Nassau for $15 million. It is 15.4 acres and is known as Long Cay or Rooster Cay.

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15 Secret Tips for Winning a Lawsuit


For anything over small claims court, get an attorney. It may seem expensive, but trust me, their skills are definitely worth the money. Trying to navigate upper level legal procedures alone is a nightmare.

Judge or Jury

In the beginning stages, make the appropriate choice between a judge or jury trial - they’re different. Different cases may require a different audience, so think about yours.

Speak Softly

When involved in a lawsuit, be mindful of all your actions related to the suit. This means do not send any furious emails to anyone involved - they can be brought into the case.


Become overly familiar with your case and all of its legally relevant details. Use notecards if you have to. Someone should easily be able to quiz you about every nook and cranny of your story.

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5 Ways to Follow Up Without Being Annoying



Rule 1: Be Overly Polite and Humble

That seems obvious enough, but a lot of people take it personally when they don’t hear back from someone right away. Resist the urge to get upset or mad, and never take your feelings out in an email, saying something like, “You haven’t responded yet,” or “You ignored my first email.” Just maintain an extremely polite tone throughout the entire email thread. Showing that you’re friendly and that you understand how busy your contact is is a good way to keep him or her interested (and not mad).

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