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LAST_UPDATESat, 26 Jul 2014 12am

(WITH VID) Sexting Scare: 6 Sexting Myths Busted

Pic: mashable.comWe all know that sexting is dangerous. Your naked selfie could end up being shared on social media, or passed around the entire school/uni/workplace. No matter how much you trust your partner, a topless photo could come back to haunt you.

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'Crossroads' Launched A Generation Of Hollywood Superstars

The cast of 'Crossroads' Pic: Getty ImagesWhen the much-anticipated Britney Spears film "Crossroads" hit theaters in 2002, I was 11 years old and prepared at any moment to break out into the music video choreography for a number of the singer's hit singles. Like hordes of other middle schoolers across the nation, I showed up opening night -- pack of girls in tow -- and went nuts for the touching road-trip tale of childhood friendship everlasting. In the weeks that followed, my friends and I sang "I Love Rock 'N' Roll," on the karaoke machine in the basement, contemplated burying our own BFF time capsule, and solidified ourselves as part of the fan base that allowed the film to gross over $61 million worldwide.

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What Old People Can Learn From Millennials

Pic: Getty Images"I feel like my entire generation is being judged by people like her." the 22-year-old Target checker said to me as the millennial before me talked on her phone the whole time she was in line.

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13 Insanely Simple Ways To Make People Like You

IT can take as little as 100 milliseconds for people to make up their minds about you, research has shown. That’s literally less than the blink of an eye. With that little time, everything from what you wear to what you do with your hands has an impact.

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Are We Alone? Alien Pollution Might Reveal The Answer

Pic: AFP/NASAEarthlings often wonder if life exists on other planets, and researchers said Wednesday that hunting for traces of pollution from distant worlds could provide the answer.

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Composting Toilets: A Growing Movement In Green Disposal

Pic: TheGuardianUntil now the spread of the composting toilet has been one of environmentalism’s quieter and more unassuming movements - as it were. That’s despite the fact that the water-flush toilet devours 30% of the UK’s water supply.

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What Do The Rich And Fabulous Do In 1st Class? Insider Reveals All

A new memoir written by a former Qantas flight attendant confesses juicy events from years spent in First Class. Pic: Getty ImagesFor many travelers flying in coach, the only glimpse of first class they will ever get is a peek between the curtains dividing each airplane cabin. But now, a former flight attendant is pulling back the drapes with a memoir featuring gasp-worthy, in-flight antics and celebrity gossip.

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The Bigger The Better For Baby’s First Birthday, Unless He’s Prince George

Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, holds Prince George as they say goodbye before they board their flight in Canberra, Australia, April 25, 2014. Pic: APIt seems Americans are obsessed with all things royal. And as the world’s most famous prince approaches his first birthday, no doubt moms in the United States will be watching closely for ways to throw a royal first birthday bash.

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1950s Elegance Celebrated In Paris Fashion Exhibit

A visitor looks at vintage dresses by designers Christian Dior, Jacques Heim and Givenchy presented in the exhibition 'Les Annees 50, La mode en France' at the Palais Galliera fashion museum in Paris, July 10, 2014. Pic: ReutersPARIS: Cinched at the waist, with soft rounded shoulders and a swirling skirt, Christian Dior's famous “Bonbon” dress today appears the epitome of modesty and restraint.

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Malaysia At The XX Commonwealth Games: Grief, Gold & Glory

Surrounded by news of war and a particularly devastating aviation disaster in the recent week, the start of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 today has probably escaped the attention of many Malaysians.

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