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How to Use Chopsticks
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How to Eat Healthy at a Japanese Restaurant
Japanese restaurants are a good choice when trying to follow a healthy diet. Fried items rarely grace the menu and instead there's an emphasis on lean proteins and fresh vegetables. Choosing the wrong foods can still leave you with an unhealthy meal. With smart choices, you can have a healthy meal at a Japanese restaurant.
10 Golden Rules For Japanese Chopstick Manners
Japanese take their chopsticks (ohashi) seriously. If you are dining with Japanese people they will understand that you don't know the rules. They will probably forgive you if you commit some major faux pas.
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Japanese schoolgirl points out an especially dumb part of her school’s “no tights” dress code
The rule is supposed to be for everybody, but it’s really only the girls who have to follow it.
The rebel behind Cardi B's most memorable look yet
Fifteen years after leaving the fashion industry, Mugler is more relevant than ever. Celebrities from Cardi B to Kim Kardashian, have worn the designer's timeless creations.
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28 Super Cute Ways to Curl Your Bob
Just because you’ve chopped your locks doesn’t mean you have to ditch your curling irons! Bobs look extra cute with some wave, bounce, or ringlets, and you’re sure to fall in love with one of these delightful curly Bob hairstyles. Whether you’re currently rocking short hair or are looking to change up your current style[Read the Rest]
Stop Calling That Juicy Steak ‘Bloody’
You can be forgiven if you think that the pinkish liquid that makes a rare steak “juicy” is blood. We tend to call a rare steak “bloody,” after all, so it’s not exactly a stretch to think that the red liquid that drips out of your steak when you cut into it is blood.