watching your real estate broker husband suck at playing monopoly and finally understanding why you're broke

watching your real estate broker husband suck at playing monopoly and finally understanding why you're broke

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11 Costume Ideas for the Laziest Pokémon Master

Quality cosplay takes a lot of time and effort.

But even if you haven’t been working on your Pikachu costume since last year’s Comic Con, that doesn’t mean you can’t throw together a great costume based on your favorite Pokémon.

Just remember, perfecting your Poké-call is the crucial difference between passing as Charmander and a very orange lizard.

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See Martha Stewart’s Uncensored Photos Of… Her Trip To The Dentist

Now, we’ve all gotten the chance to see Martha’s gums and nostrils up close. Happy hump day, everyone.

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Jimmy Carr Slammed For This Oscar Pistorious Joke – Is This Going Too Far?

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Jimmy Carr caused controversy by shocking the audience at the Q awards with his joke about Oscar Pistorious. He made a crack about Reeva Steenkamp, one day after Oscar Pistorius was sentenced to five years for shooting her dead in his bathroom.

He began by going on a rant about needing the toilet when there is a long queue, he added: “So frustrating. All I’m saying is I can see it from Oscar Pistorius’ point of view.”

 Jimmy continued: “That’s not the controversial bit. Here it comes… I blame her.”

The room filled with awkward silence before he added: “If she hadn’t been in that disabled toilet none of this would have happened.”

As his joke was greeted with stunned silence he shouted: “It’s the f****** Q Awards, come on.”

Jimmy went on to present The Best Act In The World Today award to Kasabian before leaving the stage. We all know that he’s not one for mincing his words, but do you think this was a step too far from the comedian?

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Community Post: The 12 Kinds Of People You’ll See At An Amusement Park

1. Guy Carrying Oversized Stuffed Animal After Four Grueling Hours of Totally Un-Rigged Park Games

Bonus points if the stuffed prize happens to be an enormous Jamaican banana. Hey now, he needs someone to sit with him on the rides!

2. Park Employee Who Totally Loves Their Life

Of course they will help you find the nearest pretzel stand because TODAY IS THE BEST DAY EVER! LET’S HAVE A SIX FLAGS DISNEYTASTIC CEDAR DOLLY PARTON UNIVERSAL BUSCH GARDENS DAY!

3. Park Employee Who Totally Hates Their Life

What part of mopping up vomit and Dippin’ Dots sounds pleasant to you?

4. The Crazy Adrenaline Junkie

“Yo, Top Thrill Dragster, Imma let you finish but this is nowhere near as rad as the time I BASE jumped off the Himalayan Mountains carrying 800 kilos of solid lead.”

5. Person Too Terrified To Even Enter Any Lines

The thrill of watching people ride the kiddie coaster and eating a corndog is worth the price of admission anyway.

6. Entire Families In Matching Shirts

Matching shirts are actually really good tools for helping lost families reunite. Nobody is going to forget seeing a mortified 13-year-old boy wearing a tie-dye shirt that says “THE DONALD DUCK JOHNSONS TAKE DISNEY WORLD 2K13!” in bold font. “Uh, yeah, miss. He went toward the gift shop.”

7. Kids On Leashes

Because hand-holding and strollers are so bougie. Besides, nowadays you can buy the “toddler location maintenance devices” with cute wittle monkeys on the back!

8. People Walking Around in Nothing but Swimsuits

“Yeah, dude. I got soaked on the log ride like six hours ago so naturally I’m just gonna bare it all for the rest of the day.”

9. People Carrying Enormous Deep-Fried Food

Because if you’re in an American amusement park, go 8,000 calories and 685 grams of fat or GO HOME.

10. Women Who Think a Day at a Theme Park is a Formal Event

Walk into the park like, “Whatup I have 80 blisters and can’t feel my legs, but hey maybe that random guy at the caricature stand will want to marry me!”

11. Overly Affectionate Couples

Hey, most of them are 13. We might as well let them have their 48 hours of torrid love.

12. People Who Think the Souvenir Cup is a Bargain

For just six installments of $5, your mortgage, and your engagement ring, you can get refills for a mere $.99 a pop!

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Here's Your Chance: Meet The Women Who Make Clothes Like Yours Day In And Day Out

OK, you’re right: The chances that one of these exact women made the exact shirt you’re wearing right now are pretty darn slim. But the videos below do a fantastic job of explaining how the majority of our clothes are actually made. Don’t miss hearing from Doris and Jasmine in the second video!

Here’s the intro to the project:

And now, meet the people who make the shirts:

If you agree that we should all know more about where our clothing comes from, consider sharing this video with your friends using the buttons below.

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Takes a piss Turn on sink for a few seconds so it sounds like you actually washed your hands

Takes a piss Turn on sink for a few seconds so it sounds like you actually washed your hands

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A Brief History Of Sexual Identity In Hawaii

HONOLULU — In Hawaii rapid changes followed Western contact and when King Kamehameha the Great died, Hawaii became a Christian nation and many Hawaiian practices, like kite flying, tattooing, and hula, were outlawed.

Before this time, Hawaiians created a social structure that maximized harmonious living by embracing all ohana (family) and sanctioning many types of relationships, including aik?ne (same-sex love), m?h? (transgender people), h?nai (adoption), and punalua (multiple lovers).

The sign above, displayed on the side of the Hawaii State Capitol allotted to marriage equality opponents in front of tents with signs reading “Let the people decide” and Hawaii’s state flag, uses the literal translation of the Hawaiian word kapu, meaning off limits, taboo, or something that is sacred, to imply that the sanctity of marriage is between one man and one woman.

Although the sign uses a Hawaiian word, it evades the original notion of the kapu system which was a social, religious, and political set of laws in place up until 1819, when King Kamehameha the Great died.

“It’s misinterpretation, misappropriation, misunderstanding, misuse of the Hawaiian language,” University of Hawaii Professor of Hawaiian Literature Ku’ualoha Ho’omanawanui said to BuzzFeed. “They are using the word kapu in a Christian sense, but they are working off the Hawaiian translation.”

In traditional Hawaiian culture there was no concept of marriage—relationship statuses were noted by moe aku, moe mai or “sleeping here and there.”

“One of the ways Hawaiians created a very successful model was to recognize and culturally and socially legitimize… natural human behavior,” University of Hawaii Professor of Hawaiian Literature Ku’ualoha Ho’omanawanui said to BuzzFeed.

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In Jan. 1778, Captain Cook arrived in the Hawaiian islands and wrote extensively in his journals about aik?ne. The aik?ne, Cook wrote, were young men with special sexual and political roles, who functioned as liaisons for the ali’i, including Kamehameha the Great, and Cook and his sailors. Negotiations led by aik?ne influenced events at Kealakekua Bay where Cook was killed in Feb. 1778.

Kamehameha the Great was not the only ali’i to have aik?ne relationships, Kamehameha III ruled the Kingdom of Hawaii for a period with Kaomi, his half-Tahitian lover, to the horror of Calvinist missionaries.

Aikane relationships were not exclusively for ali’i, but something practiced by maka’?inana (commoners) throughout Hawaiian society.

In traditional Hawaiian society m?h? referred to someone with kane (men) and wahine (women) traits, and in a modern sense includes male to female and female to male transgender people, Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu, a m?h? wahine who is a hula teacher at a Hawaiian charter school, said to BuzzFeed.

M?h? and aik?ne were an integral part of our society,” Wong-Kalu said referring to traditional Hawaii.

Bradford Kaiwi Lum, founder of of Hulumanu Foundation, said during his testimony Nov. 1, 2013, at the the joint committee House hearing on Hawaii’s marriage equality bill about the m?h? and aik?ne: “What changed is the way people came to view us: intolerance turned into acceptance, and acceptance turned into intolerance.”

The concept of the m?h? is not exclusive to Hawaii, and can be found in Samoa, Tahiti, the Marquesas Islands, and other Pacific islands.

The raising of a child by a different family member or another family, called h?nai, was common when a family had a better opportunity to raise a child or could not have a child of their own.

“When we say h?nai, it’s not adoption from the Western perspective where you never know your biological parents,” Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu said. “You are often given to your relatives for rearing.”

Consensual relationships between two or more partners was known as punalua, which literally means “two springs.” Kamehameha the Great had many lovers, but two of his “wives” were Ka’ahumanu and Ke?p?olani, who were punalua to one another because they shared Kamehameha. Ka’ahumanu was unable to have children, so she was a h?nai mother to Ke?p?olani’s son, Liholiho who would become Kamehameha II.

The child of a women with relationships with two or more men was known as a po’olua, and could claim both fathers as parents. Kamehameha the Great’s mother had relationships with more than one chief, so he was a po’olua child.

“That is partially how he rose to greatness,” Ho’omanawanui said. “He didn’t have the highest genealogy of other chiefs of his time… so he used the claim to two chief genealogies to elevate his status.”

At one time in Hawaii, aik?ne, m?h?, h?nai, punalua and po’olua were all accepted members of the ohana.

“These are all elements of traditional Hawaiian culture that are slow but surely fading away,” said Wong-Kalu.

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On the left, signs by supporters of marriage equality sit outside the Hawaii State Capitol during the special session and the top sign reads: “Decolonizing Hawai’i one mind at a time!” On the right, a sign by opponents of the bill features what some consider the original flag of the Kingdom of Hawaii.

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25 trucos de belleza que debes tomar en cuenta a lo largo del verano

Es el momento de vencer el sudor y perfeccionar tu piel.

1. Congela aloe vera en bandejas para cubos de hielo para aliviar las quemaduras del sol.

Congela aloe vera en bandejas para cubos de hielo para aliviar las quemaduras del sol.

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Mira cómo hacerlos aquí.

2. Haz brillo para labios usando lápiz labial derretido.

Haz brillo para labios usando lápiz labial derretido.

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No hay nada peor que regresar a tu auto caliente y descubrir que tu maquillaje se derritió. Rescata el labial con este truco.

3. Ten un pañuelo de seda a mano para recogerte el cabello rápido y con estilo durante los días calurosos del verano.

Ten un pañuelo de seda a mano para recogerte el cabello rápido y con estilo durante los días calurosos del verano.

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4. Evita empolvar tu cara para ocultar el sudor. En lugar de eso, lleva contigo hojas secantes para impedir que los poros se obstruyan.

Evita empolvar tu cara para ocultar el sudor. En lugar de eso, lleva contigo hojas secantes para impedir que los poros se obstruyan.

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Incluso puedes crearlas tú misma, aquí.

5. Crea una máscara de café para combatir el calor y reducir la hinchazón.

Crea una máscara de café para combatir el calor y reducir la hinchazón.

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No tires a la basura los granos usados de café. La cafeína y los antioxidantes naturales pueden refrescar tu cara y disminuir la hinchazón. Hazlo aquí.

6. Elimina manchas de sudor con jugo de limón.

Elimina manchas de sudor con jugo de limón.

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Rocía jugo de limón en tu ropa justo antes de lavarla.

7. Usa una papa cruda para tratar los ojos hinchados y cansados.

Usa una papa cruda para tratar los ojos hinchados y cansados.

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Aceptémoslo, el verano es conocido por sus noches increíbles. Refrigera una papa cruda rebanada y coloca las rebanadas frías en tus ojos para recuperar ese rostro fresco después de una larga noche.

8. Evita las rozaduras con talco para bebé.

Evita las rozaduras con talco para bebé.

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Es suave, ligero, y deja tu piel lista para el calor. Descubre cómo hacer tu propio talco aquí.

9. Controla el frizz con un cepillo de dientes.

Controla el frizz con un cepillo de dientes.

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Rocía un cepillo de dientes con tu producto favorito, y alísalo.

10. Coloca pantiprotectores en tus blusas de seda para ocultar el sudor.

Coloca pantiprotectores en tus blusas de seda para ocultar el sudor.

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Durante los días calurosos del verano, nadie puede evitar sudar. Para prevenir las manchas de sudor, pega pantiprotectores en las axilas de las blusas. Mira cómo hacerlo aquí.

11. Usa el sol para tu propio beneficio para crear reflejos naturales.

Usa el sol para tu propio beneficio para crear reflejos naturales.

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Aplica una mezcla de aceite de coco, jugo de limón, agua y sal antes de ir a la playa o a la piscina.

12. Protege el color del cabello con un acondicionador con protector solar que no se enjuaga.

Protege el color del cabello con un acondicionador con protector solar que no se enjuaga.

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Si te encanta el color de tu cabello y quieres evitar el decolorado natural, rocía acondicionador con FPS antes de salir. Descubre cómo hacer el tuyo aquí.

13. Use leche de magnesia como base para una piel mate y libre de grasa.

Use leche de magnesia como base para una piel mate y libre de grasa.

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Si sufres de piel grasa, la leche de magnesia en realidad podría ser la que haga el milagro. Aplícala después de tu crema hidratante, antes de tu rutina diaria de maquillaje, para obtener una piel libre de brillo.

14. Usa un exfoliante a base de tomate para obtener una piel hermosa.

Usa un exfoliante a base de tomate para obtener una piel hermosa.

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Los tomates enfrían naturalmente la piel y con este exfoliante de azúcar, tendrás una piel renovada después de un duro día bajo el sol.

15. El desodorante es la clave para una celebración a prueba de sudor.

El desodorante es la clave para una celebración a prueba de sudor.

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Por extraño que pueda parecer, aplicar un poco de desodorante en la nuca te ayuda a mantenerte fresco y evita que el sudor pueda arruinar el cabello alisado. Si tienes piel sensible, intenta crear tu propio desodorante natural aquí.

16. Elimina las marcas del bikini con aspirina machacada.

Elimina las marcas del bikini con aspirina machacada.

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La aspirina contiene ácido salicílico que ayuda a exfoliar y calmar el sarpullido de bikini. Mezcla las pastillas machacadas con miel y agua para deshacerte de los vellos encarnados y el enrojecimiento. Mira las instrucciones aquí.

17. Crea ondulaciones con una cinta para cabello.

Crea ondulaciones con una cinta para cabello.

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Este truco funciona hasta con cabello lacio. Échale un vistazo aquí.

18. Usa una playera para secar tu cabello y dejarlo libre de frizz.

Usa una playera para secar tu cabello y dejarlo libre de frizz.

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Lleva una camisa de algodón a la playa o piscina para evitar que se esponje tu cabello.

19. Crea divertidos protectores labiales de verano, derritiendo lápices labiales de colores.

Crea divertidos protectores labiales de verano, derritiendo lápices labiales de colores.

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Al derretir tus lápices labiales favoritos de colores alegres, obtienes un sinfín de combinaciones. Al agregar manteca de karité y aceite de oliva, obtienes los beneficios de un bálsamo humectante. Descubre cómo hacerlo aquí.

20. Deshazte de tu rubor en polvo y opta por rubor en crema teñido.

Deshazte de tu rubor en polvo y opta por rubor en crema teñido.

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El rubor en crema funciona mejor con el sudor que en polvo.

21. Protege tu hoja de afeitar, dejándola remojar en aceite de oliva.

Protege tu hoja de afeitar, dejándola remojar en aceite de oliva.

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Con lo mucho que usas tu rasuradora durante el verano, deseas prolongar su vida útil lo más que se pueda. Solo cúbrela en aceite de oliva para evitar que se oxide y te dure unos cuantos días más.

22. Para los pies secos y agrietados, usa vaselina y calcetines de algodón para un milagro nocturno.

Para los pies secos y agrietados, usa vaselina y calcetines de algodón para un milagro nocturno.

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La playa puede causar estragos en tus pies y talones, así que frota una fina capa de vaselina en tus pies y ponte un par de calcetines. Mantenlos puestos toda la noche y en la mañana tendrás unos pies recién nutridos.

23. Suaviza los labios secos con azúcar.

Suaviza los labios secos con azúcar.

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Utiliza terrones de azúcar o un exfoliante sencillo de miel y azúcar. Es fácil, barato y comestible.

24. Obtén la apariencia húmeda solo agregando un poco de sombra clara a tu base.

Obtén la apariencia húmeda solo agregando un poco de sombra clara a tu base.

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Asegúrate de realzar tus pómulos y clavículas.

25. Combate el calor con loción de menta.

Combate el calor con loción de menta.

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Para mantenerte fresco sin estar en una piscina, aplica loción de menta. Te da una sensación de hormigueo y hace que tu piel se sienta más fresca. Haz el tuyo aquí.

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Mango the Cavachon Puppy Discovers Doorstop (Video)

Boing, BOING, BOING,…

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