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Snooki has reportedly inspired JWoww to have some kiddies of her own, and she's already picked out who she wants her future kids to marry!
Here's what she said:
"Snooki thinks I'll have my first when she has her second. We are about 2½ years apart, so I thought, Our kids can be two years apart. They'll date and have babies. I don't even care if they date; I just want them to have kids so we'll officially be relatives!"
We think this is a great idea!
May we suggest a reality television show featuring your kids called The Jersey Day Care Center?
It can run straight after Snooki & JWoww!
Call us - we'll chat.
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Ch-ch-check out the most amazing video (above) of the friendly neighborhood Mr. Rogers throw down the vocal tracks with an auto tuned twist.
Not only does this bring back a whole batch of memories, but it also allows us to stand up and dance.
It's also inspiring!
All you club goers better recognize the new beats in the streets - it's Garden Of Your Mind by THE Mr. Rogers!!!
Prepare to have your minds blown: an age old question has been answered!
Other than the obvious response of "because you drank too much," do you know why we have to get up in the middle of the night to pee??
Dr. Oz wants you to cleanse your body, but that doesn't mean drinking only pineapple juice for the next seven days. Instead, he's offering a 48-hour plan consisting of six meals and eight snacks which will naturally optimize your body's ability to breakdown all the toxins you've been consuming throughout your entire life.
According to the Oprah Magazine contributor and healthy lifestyle guru, this short and easy cleanse will not effect both your body and your mind by giving you "a sense of peace."
Want to give it a shot?
Check out food you'll be eating on Day One of the doc's two-day wonder cleanse and WHY you should be eating it…AFTER THE JUMP!
If you're worried you may be depressed, it may be time to make some dietary changes. Nutritional therapy practitioner and FitPerez correspondent Margaux J. Rathbun believes vitamin B is the key to happiness, writing:
Depression is a condition that affects many people around the world. From feeling constantly fatigued to having severe headaches, the symptoms of depression can really affect the way people think, act, and feel. Fortunately, changes in our diet can help us feel better. Be sure that you are eating foods rich in B vitamins, like whole grains and leafy green vegetables.
I like to include happiness/healing-promoting foods that include watercress, black beans, broccoli, and spinach in my diet. These foods will help improve nerve function and give you a natural boost of energy. Also be sure to include plenty of good fats in your diet from foods like avocados, nuts, chia seeds from The Chia Co, flax seeds, Barlean’s cold-pressed organic coconut oil, and olives. Some herbs that can aid in mood-boosting include skullcap, St. John’s Wort, lemon balm, and chamomile. Avoid eating artificial foods full of additives as this can make you feel worse. Fresh is best!