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Everyone has a few clothing items in their wardrobe that just become staples over the years. Whether it be that oversized college sweatshirt or that one t-shirt you bought 10 years ago that you just can't seem to part with, there are just certain clothing items that make you feel like you whenever you slip them on.

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In case you’ve ever wanted to camp out on a Stanley Kubrick set, you now have your chance.

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For years, you have been squinting, licking your fingers, or doing whatever you can do get a really tiny end of a thread into an even tinier hole, and thinking, [infomercial host voice] “THERE’S GOT TO BE A BETTER WAY!” Well, kids, there is, and you’re about to feel both relieved and dumb.

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When you have important questions, where better to go for answers than a free-for-all website where literally anyone with a Wifi signal can sign up? Google is sooooooo early 2000’s. In 2017, we get all our info from Twitter. Where could that possible go wrong???

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Happy Little Clouds: The ultimate Bob Ross remix.

Happy Birthday to a true legend that will never be forgotten.

It’s been more than 23 years since the world lost Norman Robert Ross. But we’ll never forget the relaxed, reassuring and inspiring artist known professionally as Bob Ross.

And it’s never a bad time to sit back and watch this incredible clouds remix from PBS that does a beautiful job of honoring his life.

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16 Images That Perfectly Capture How Completely Nuts Modern Life Has Become

John Holcroft's fascinating take on the media, obesity, and Facebook.

British illustrator, John Holcroft’s work is a fascinating mixture of retro-style illustrations combined with satirical commentary on modern-day society. The focus of his pieces span a wide range, tackling everything from our obsession with social media and technology to media’s role in the rise of obesity, the influence of banks, and, of course, politics.

Launch the slideshow to check out our 16 favorites.

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