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Via: Vat 19
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Make sure your friends know you're always up for a night out at a pub!

Via Vat 19:

We know what you're wondering. So, here are the answers: Yes, each 4.5 oz soap contains real beer. No, they do not smell like yesterday's skunked Studweiser that has been sitting in the new day's sun for six hours.

Each Beer Soap is made using one delicious brew in addition to a variety of all natural ingredients. Each soap variety has a different fragrance (depending on its source brew), but none of them can be described as overly beer-like.

There is a hint of hops, a tinge of an herbal aroma, and sometimes a citrus note (depending on the brew). However, none of them are overpoweringly fragrant. In fact, there are two varieties that have been left unscented (Guinness and Sam Adams).

Good teachers shape the future of our society by imparting wisdom and knowledge to the next generation of world leaders. It's a good thing they don't take it too seriously.

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Dorm life can be hectic and filled with pitfalls. Here are some simple life hacks to make the dorm experience a whole lot more palatable.

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Via: Krewski
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He woke up like this.

You may remember Jimmy Pope, aka the guy who was “caught” on camera dancing in his underwear with a Swiffer the day after a Halloween party.

Well he’s back and strutting his stuff in his underwear yet again.

This time he’s on a balcony overlooking a huge crowd and a DJ who’s blasting dance music.

Pope calls it his “morning ritual” and one of his “most embarrassing” videos to date.

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Via Huffington Post:

Simon Beck has spent the past decade tracing beautiful patterns into snow-covered mountains and lakes using nothing but snowshoes and some basic math knowledge.

The British cartographer/artist started incorporating fractal patterns into his work after reading "Chaos: Making a New Science," a 1987 book written by former New York Times reporter James Gleick, Discovery News reported.

"When I did my first drawing, I had no idea how good it was going to look," Beck told CNN. "It's just so unusual and unique. No one else is doing anything like it."

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