13 Things We Wish We Were Bold Enough To Do
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Drink Cocktail that Glows like the Aurora Borealis
Here is one way to make your next party a smashing success. It's called Aurora and is TCCs black light phosphorescent take on jungle-juice… it's pink under regular light, but glows blue under black light.
What can I do to help someone who may be suicidal?
Nine things that will help; plus a list of Suicide Warning Signs.
10 People Who Survived Your Worst Nightmares
There are certain sets of circumstances, should you ever find yourself in them, where the most reasonable course of action is to reflect on what a good lif
My collection of funny emails from my inbox.
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This Is What Depression Feels Like
How can the mind become such a deep hole?
Moss Graffiti « The Bored Ninja - Fun, Interesting, and...
The best content on the web to cure your boredom!
Two Tough Questions - Political Joke Archives
A huge collection of topical and classic political jokes, organized by subject.
Understanding Common Motivation Behind Suicide Resources...
Suicide leaves behind more answers than anything else. These are some common motivations behind suicide.
Freud's *The Interpretation of Dreams* Chapter 1, Section...
That a dream fades away in the morning is proverbial. It is, indeed, possible to recall it. For we know the dream, of course, only by recalling it after waking; but we very often believe that we remember it incompletely, that during the night ther...
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Night owls are wealthier and wiser than larks, study finds...
TwitLonger — When you talk too much for Twitter
TwitLonger is the easy way to post more than 140 characters to Twitter
Maze Games, Scary Maze, Fun Mazes
The Wackiest and Most Exciting Maze Games on the Internet. We have scary maze games, fun mazes and crazy maze games
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23 of The Most Perfect Kissing Moments Ever
The Reality of Repressed Memories
Elizabeth Loftus update on repressed memory controversy