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  • You’ll also need to locate an old, empty spray bottle to hold your finished product. Make sure that the opening isn’t clogged, though; you’ll want to be able to spray as much of the mixture as possible at one time!

    You’ll also need to locate an old, empty spray bottle to hold your finished product. Make sure that the opening isn’t clogged, though; you’ll want to be able to spray as much of the mixture as possible at one time!

    Man Sprays Sugar On The Outside Walls Of His House For A Truly Genius Reason

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  • 12. The vanished Nazca civilization

    12. The vanished Nazca civilization

    12 Unsolved Historical Mysteries Finally Solved

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  • #5 An Abandoned Hornet's Nest My Dad Found In His Shed That He Hadn't Been In For A Couple Years. The Head Is Apart Of A Wooden Statue It Fused With

    #5 An Abandoned Hornet's Nest My Dad Found In His Shed That He Hadn't Been In For A Couple Years. The Head Is Apart Of A Wooden Statue It Fused With

    10+ Times Nature Made Us Say “NOPE” (WARNING: This List Might Be Too Scary For You)

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  •  An earthquake in 1994 caused severe damage to the building, and it was set to be demolished shorty thereafter. That was halted, however, when it was recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of the 11 most endangered buildings in America. Since then, it’s rebounded and become a popular tourist destination!

    An earthquake in 1994 caused severe damage to the building, and it was set to be demolished shorty thereafter. That was halted, however, when it was recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of the 11 most endangered buildings in America. Since then, it’s rebounded and become a popular tourist destination!

    See Inside The Oldest McDonald’s Restaurant In The World, Operating Since 1953

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  • It was a live frog! Becky couldn’t believe what she was looking at, and neither could any of her family members. She was so confused; she washed and strained the lettuce thoroughly, so how did this little amphibian make his way onto her plate?

    It was a live frog! Becky couldn’t believe what she was looking at, and neither could any of her family members. She was so confused; she washed and strained the lettuce thoroughly, so how did this little amphibian make his way onto her plate?

    Woman Eating A Store-Bought Salad Finds An Unexpected Guest Inside

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  • Becky planned on making a nice dinner that evening. She was going to make salads for everyone before she served the main course. She bought her usual triple-washed organic spring mix of lettuce, which she strained in a colander and added onions and dressing to. But, she had no idea what shocking surprise was in store for her.

    Becky planned on making a nice dinner that evening. She was going to make salads for everyone before she served the main course. She bought her usual triple-washed organic spring mix of lettuce, which she strained in a colander and added onions and dressing to. But, she had no idea what shocking surprise was in store for her.

    Woman Eating A Store-Bought Salad Finds An Unexpected Guest Inside

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  • After centuries of construction, Fort Boyard was finally completed in 1858. The finished walls made an intimidating oval measuring 330 feet by 160 feet. The ground floor of the fort was made up of a sleeping quarters and food storage, while the upper levels were designed for storing guns and cannons.

    After centuries of construction, Fort Boyard was finally completed in 1858. The finished walls made an intimidating oval measuring 330 feet by 160 feet. The ground floor of the fort was made up of a sleeping quarters and food storage, while the upper levels were designed for storing guns and cannons.

    Bizarre Structure Sitting In The Atlantic Ocean Has An Even Stranger History

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  • The workers hired to build the fort lived in temporary housing on the Île d’Oléron. Funny enough, these temporary houses turned into permanent structures and eventually became established as the village and port of Boyardville. Later, this village would become home to France’s naval academy.

    The workers hired to build the fort lived in temporary housing on the Île d’Oléron. Funny enough, these temporary houses turned into permanent structures and eventually became established as the village and port of Boyardville. Later, this village would become home to France’s naval academy.

    Bizarre Structure Sitting In The Atlantic Ocean Has An Even Stranger History

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  • After performing this quick—and super simple—test, you’ve now established whether or not it’s time to get rid of your old batteries and buy some new ones. It’s now safe to discard your spent batteries without worrying about being wasteful.

    After performing this quick—and super simple—test, you’ve now established whether or not it’s time to get rid of your old batteries and buy some new ones. It’s now safe to discard your spent batteries without worrying about being wasteful.

    Brilliantly Simple Test Shows Whether Or Not Normal Batteries Still Have A Charge

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  • 5. Vacuums: The vacuum cleaner pictured on the left was designed in 1906. Because of its cumbersome size and weight, it needed to be pushed around the room on a trolley. The vacuum on the right is a small, self-cleaning, intelligent robot that doesn’t even require the assistance of humans to do its job.

    5. Vacuums: The vacuum cleaner pictured on the left was designed in 1906. Because of its cumbersome size and weight, it needed to be pushed around the room on a trolley. The vacuum on the right is a small, self-cleaning, intelligent robot that doesn’t even require the assistance of humans to do its job.

    13 Everyday Things That Used To Look Completely Different 100 Years Ago

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