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No, Working from Home Isn’t Ruining Your Sex Life

Debunking the most common work-from-home myths.

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Ancient Germans thought passing an object over a baby’s head caused the baby to stop growing.

That’s just an old superstition from an ancient people — good thing modern folks don’t believe crazy shit like that anymore.




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