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A sponge is full of holes but still holds water. Sponges are the simplest of multicellular animals and are found on the ocean floor. More »

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One example of a one-liner joke is, "The first rule of holes: if you are in one, stop digging." Another example is, "Don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things," spoken by George Carlin. More »

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Fun prank ideas include planting alarm clocks in the victim's room, putting spices in his drink or leaning a bucket of water on his door. Pranks that work with cell phones or emails include changing the language on his p... More »

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A lobster goes into the water black and comes out red. The most common types of lobster that are cooked are the Homarus americanus and Homarus gammarus. These are cold-water lobsters that live on both sides of the Atlant... More »

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Shower gel is used by first mixing it with water on a loofah, sponge or washcloth to create a thick lather, which can then be applied all over the body. Shower gel should be rinsed away with warm water, which avoids any ... More »

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To buff your quartz counters to keep them looking shiny and new, you will need warm water, mild dish soap, white vinegar, soft rags, a sponge, window cleaner and paper towels. Some people also use a squeegee. Quartz coun... More »

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To clean baseboards, begin by removing dust and debris with the brush attachment of a vacuum or a duster, then wash the boards using a sponge or cloth with warm water and dish soap or vinegar. For cracks, crevices and ot... More »

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