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  It seems like people have finally caught on: the absolute worst way to spend Thanksgiving night is tackling each other over half priced jeggings and flat screen TVs. This morning, the masses took to Twitter to describe their Black Friday feels under the hashtag #BlackFridayIn3Words. Here’s the cream of the crop:   And these three words matter most:  Photos Via Shopaholic and Twitter   More from BUST How Native American Women Inspired The Feminist Movement 'Rutabaga Ginsburg' And 5 More Recipes For Your Feminist Thanksgiving 5 Ways To Get Your Small Business Holiday...
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There’s a point in almost everyone’s childhood where they decide their life ambition is to become a pop star. Some might aspire to become an acclaimed TV presenter, others want to travel the world, whilst we all like to imagine ourselves winning millions at the casino. For Maria Ho, each enviable venture is a mere box she ticks off a list of personal goals rather than the distant and seemingly unrealistic dream it is for so many others. We sat down with the star to...
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On Friday, Marwa Balkar of Southern California decided to respond to Donald Trump's hate speech toward the Islamic community. Trump, in an interview with Yahoo News, suggested the need for a national effort to monitor mosques, and said he "wouldn't rule out" a system of having Muslims register in a database or carry a card signifying their religious beliefs. Balkar responded to this by denoting her faith by the peace sign she wears on her chest.  "I heard you wanted us the start wearing ID badges, so...
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Rice pudding. It’s amazing, right? Timeless comfort from the humble union of rice and milk, sweetened, stirred, and perhaps bedazzled with a spark of dried fruit or ground cinnamon. Made with long-grain (basmati) white rice, it’s an elegant dessert, but made with chewy, short-grain brown rice, it’s my jam as a substantial snack or—made with a little less sugar—an alternative to oatmeal for breakfast.  For this vegan version, homemade cashew-coconut milk makes a smooth and creamy backdrop. And because I’m lazy—I mean, really busy—I favor rice...
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Last night at the American Music Awards, Alanis Morissette showed Demi Lovato how it’s done – the two performed Morissette’s classic break-up hit, “You Oughtta Know” in honor of the 20 year anniversary of Jagged Little Pill, the album that won Morissette Album of the Year in 1996 when Lovato was but a fresh-faced 3-year-old.     Other AMA highlights:  Nicki Minaj reacted to J. Lo's "Anaconda" moment like this:      Miss Piggy got real with her own rendition of Adele's "Hello":     Gwen Stefani sang a sad song in a sea selfies:     And Rebel...
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