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13 Celebrities Whose Hygiene Habits Are Honestly Revolting

When we think of celebrities, we think of people who live lavish lifestyles and who are always put together. Rarely do we think of them as people who don't shower, don't brush their teeth, and don't flush the toilet. And yet, here we are, ready to do a deep dive into the gross celebrity habits that exist but really shouldn't. 1. Brad Pitt Washes With Baby WipesNils Sautter - FlickrPitt may LOOK like he smells good, but that's only true some of the time. According to the father of six, he just uses baby wipes when he doesn't have time

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The First Animal You See Says A Lot About Your Personality

When you look at this image, what is the first animal you see? PLAYBRAINEveryone sees something different, and it says something about you as a person. What did you see?OwlPlayBrainIf you saw the owl, you often find yourself reflecting on your inner self, taking alone time to figure out your next step. You should try and be outside of your mind a little more. TigerPlayBrainIf you saw the owl, you've had your fair share of struggles in life, but you don't want people to pity you. You should voice your opinions more often, especially when it comes to standing

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10 Of The Weirdest Objects Michael Jackson Kept At Neverland Ranch

You've all heard of Neverland Ranch, and if you haven't...well then I'm not sure you live on this planet. Owned and occupied by Michael Jackson, Neverland Ranch was based off the fantasy island of Neverland from Peter Pan, where boys never grow up. The property became pretty controversial, after allegations of sexual assault against Michael Jackson started circulating. In 2003, the Neverland Ranch was searched by 70 police officers after accusations arose that Michael Jackson had molested children on the premises. After the investigation, Jackson abandoned the property, saying it has been "violated." In 2006, the property went into

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14 Toys That Will Make All 80s Kids "Oh Yeah, That"

Are the toys that kids play with today really "toys?" Can a drone classify as a toy? The answer is no. They're gadgets, and yes there is a difference. When we were growing up, we had to have imagination. We were given a yo-yo and told to "have fun." Really? With this piece of plastic on a string? But we somehow managed and now we're (kinda) well-rounded adults. These were some of the toys we had growing up, and even if you don't remember them now, you will after reading this list. 1. Food FightersDeath By ToysWhen people say "hot

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12 Normal Things 80s Kids Did At School That Just Aren't Allowed Anymore

Times sure have changed from the 80's. It seems as though everything has become dependent on technology and there's been a crazy increase in helicopter parenting. So what's changed in the school world? Can it really be that different? The answer is yes. Things have definitely gotten a little more strict and little less fun-loving since we were in grade school. And who knows? Maybe it's justified. But honestly it just seems like today's kids are missing out!Here are some totally normal things we'd do at school in the 80's but would not fly today. 1. Actually Choosing a

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'Heathers' Reboot Pushed Back "Out Of Respect"

The 1988 movie Heathers was basically the original Mean Girls. Winona Ryder, Shannen Doherty, Lisanne Falk, and Kim Walker played a clique of high school girls who were the epitome of terrifying teens. Ryder's character, Veronica, misses her old friends and hates that she's part of the Heathers. Her psychotic boyfriend J.D., played by Christian Slater, goes around killing all the people he doesn't like, which includes the Heathers. Ah, to be young again! The movie is a cult classic, and gave us iconic lines like "What's your damage?" and "f--k me gently with a chainsaw..." But people were

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"Dawson's Creek" Exec Reveals There Was An Alternate Ending, And His Mom "Hates Him" For Not Choosing It

There are a few decisions I've made that my mom probably isn't too proud of. But I don't think any of them have hit the level of "not ending your TV show with the finale she wanted." Unfortunately for Dawson's Creek showrunner Kevin Williamson, that's exactly what level he's at. He and fellow showrunner Paul Stupin had differing opinions on how it should all play out. Dawson's Creek was our ultimate guilty pleasure as teens, and honestly still is. You'd be hard-pressed to find a teenager from the 80s and 90s who didn't enjoy the weekly indulgence of our version

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What Has Max Keeble Been Up To Since His Big Move?

Max Keeble's Big Move is one of those movies that you totally forgot existed, but now that I've mentioned it you remember every single word to MacGoogles's theme song. "MacGoogles is me name, I like a swampy bog! It's time to play a game with your favorite highland frog!"As memory serves, this was the first movie I ever saved up for and bought with my own money. I couldn't have been more than 10 years old, and all I wanted was to watch Max Keeble defeat the school bullies before his family moved away. It also helped that the

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Spice Girls Reuniting For The Royal Wedding

File this under: things I would absolutely make my husband do for me if I was marrying a royal. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who will be getting married in May, have been making headlines since they went public with their engagement. So many protocols were broken on Harry's end, and so many barriers were broken on Meghan's. Harry didn't attend the Boxing Day hunting expedition with his family, because his fiancee is a big animal rights activist. "The Boxing Day shoot was always going to be a tricky issue," a royal insider said. "Meghan is a keen animal rights

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Whatever Happened To Ethan Embry From "A Far Off Place?"

A Far Off Place is one of those movies that we all remember from our childhood, but never really realized how dark it was. The 1993 Disney movie featured a young Reese Witherspoon who ends up walking through the desert with another kid. Seems relatively harmless, right? JUST KIDDING. The two kids, Reese Witherspoon and Ethan Embry, are left STRANDED in the desert after literally everyone else they know is murdered. Nonnie, played by Witherspoon, and Harry, played by Embry, had sneaked away from their home in the African desert to meet up with Nonnie's friend, Xhabbo. They hear gunshots,