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Ridiculous U.S. Navy Bath Salt PSA

Filed under: DrugsScary!

Apparently, the U.S. Navy has been having problems with sailors using bath salts!!

So they decided to make a PSA to warn the troops.

But this wasn't a normal, 30 second "drugs are bad" PSA. This was a "things are gonna get weird" PSA.

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Top Chef Richard Blais Holiday Recipe Series: Macaroni & Cheese!

Filed under: FoodRecipes

Top Chef Richard Blais Holiday Recipe Series Macaroni Cheese

Hungry for some seasonal food?

We bet you are!

We're so lucky to have Top Chef Richard Blais bringing us new and fabulously delicious recipes ALL HOLIDAY SEASON this year! Our stomachs might not be able to handle it all!

Ahhhh! So good!

Here's his wonderful recipe for Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt Macaroni & Cheese:

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White Chocolate Peppermint PRINGLES?

Filed under: Wacky, Tacky & TrueEtc.Food

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Have you been itchin' for some sweetness to go along with your usual Pringles flavor?

You know, the the flavor that's decent enough if that's what's being offered to you? LOLz! If so, you're in luck!

Pringles is now offering THREE holiday flavors, but only one stands out.

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Avoid Food & Drink Disasters During Holiday Entertaining

Filed under: Etc.HolidazeAdviceJohn Trosko

John Trosko Organizer

Food and drink spills during holiday parties are inevitable but it’s important to remove them quickly without embarrassment and without stopping the merriment. Be organized by creating a “grab-and-go spill kit” ahead of time, containing all the essentials to wipe, scrape, blot and soak mishaps and mischief. Store your kit away from the kitchen; a family member or helpful guest can be on stain removal patrol without having to interrupt cooking or hunt under the sink.

Stain-removal caddy kit – the basics:

· Large plastic supply caddy with handle

· Spray bottle filled with water

· Mini glass bottle of club soda

· Household salt (to soak up excess wine and oils)

· Butter knife (for wax and gum removal)

· Toothbrush (for dry stains)

· White flour sacks (for stain blotting)

· A multi-purpose stain fighting product you prefer (OxyClean, Vinegar, Stain Stick, etc.)

· A brush and dustpan (for broken dishes or glass)

A great stain removal resource to turn to would be the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) website which lists every kind of stain and how to get rid of them!

What is your favorite stain removal tip for holiday parties? Tweet your thoughts and challenges to @johntrosko or visit John Trosko's blog OrganizingLA! If U’ve got questions, he’s got answers — and if U wanna more about spot removal OR anything else, U can always email us at Questions@FitPerez.com!!

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Stacy Keibler Took A Mud Bath In The Dead Sea

Filed under: TwitterFitnessHealth

stacey-keibler-mud-bath-in-dead-sea1.jpgStacy Keibler was recently in Jerusalem, right before all the awful fighting broke out.

While there, she visited the dead sea! One of the saltiest seas in the world!

With all that salt and those minerals, the mud there is super good for you… so she took a mud bath!

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