There are roughly 70 ingredients in the McRib.
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Working on the International Space Station means three things: it's crowded, you have to exercise to combat the effects of zero gravity, and your hair goes nuts.
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Despite how beloved Pride and Prejudice is, there have been plenty of people who hated it.
Until a few decades ago, Ukraine was almost always referred to as the Ukraine. Then people started dropping the definite article, and now you almost never see it. What gives?
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