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TFW both dad and the news anchor have no idea why a young lad might need hand lotion in a snowstorm. 

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Via: Mashable
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The most recent exciting addition to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London calendar is a three course Valentine's Day meal plated and served within Hogwarts Great Hall, which is also set to include a hearty supply of Butterbeer, a tour of the studio, and a free wand.


Perhaps the biggest catch here is this meal's about to wipe out your account at Gringotts Wizarding Bank.


But hey, you could always hit up Harry Potter for a friendly loan, right?


No really though, the whole show costs £247.50 ($357) per person, or £495 ($714) for two people.

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The survey concludes something seemingly arbitrary as a food emoji icon can symbolize body parts or sex, after determining that Instagram banned the eggplant emoji.

The ban was due to its search algorithm revealing the emoji was linked to 'lewd' photos of men and their intimate 'eggplant' parts.

The survey, which polled 5,675 singles, indicated 40% of people who think sexy thoughts more than once a day are apt to frost their texts with a whole lot of emojis; while the more docile of the bunch (once a day sexy thoughts) were proven less likely to drop an emoji.

Basically if someone texts you an emoji, you're totally in. Not really though.

"[Emoji users] want to give their texts more personality," Helen Fisher, the genius brainiac behind the study published earlier this year, told Time Magazine. "Emoji users don't just have more sex, they go on more dates and they are two times more likely to get married."

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Via: Mic
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2015's been crowned the year of the female orgasm.

Household celebrities like Amy Schumer and Nicki Minaj spoke out with strong advocation, and outright demand for women worldwide to receive the sexual satisfaction they're deserved.

There's more wood to chop though; Cosmopolitan shared a survey this year, which reveals only 57% of women achieve orgasms during sex with their partners. It's time to close the orgasm gap folks.

This new released website, OMGYES, serves as an online orgasm training program, and actually provides the aid of real women to show through many differing techniques, how they make themselves come.

The site arranges what appears as a vast vocabulary bank full of equally tantalizing techniques, in a practical version of taxonomy based on female pleasure. Knowledge is power folks.

OMGYES users can then pretty much practice till they're perfect via an interactive touchscreen, which broadcasts realtime feedback. So, essentially an orgasm coach in the palm of your hand. Technology's a beautiful thing, ain't it?

Sure, in a brighter, better world full of sunshine and rainbows, there'd be no such thing as blue balls, but nobody's perfect. Some of us definitely suck at bringing others to orgasm.

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