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One in five women secretly hoard keepsakes from past relationships

One in five women secretly hoards keepsakes from a previous relationship, it emerged today. The study unearthed a common trend for hiding mementos from past lovers away from a current partner, with the list including cherished photos, ticket stubs and letters, to jewellery – and even old engagement rings. As many as 61% of respondents [...]


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40% of families have ‘no meaningful conversation’, with sport and reality TV topping current affairs

The average family is more likely to talk about sport and reality TV around the dinner table than politics and current affairs, a study has revealed. Researchers found drivers of conversation in the average British household involve the royal baby, summer heat wave, Andy Murray’s Wimbledon success and the London 2012 Olympics, one year on. [...]


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Anatomically Incorrect- over half can’t pinpoint the location of their heart

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Brits are clueless when it comes to basic biology – with more than half unable pinpoint the correct location of their heart, it has emerged. A study of 2,000 Brits found we aren’t too sharp when it comes to knowing how much blood we have, how many teeth are in our mouths or what roles [...]


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Cockney Slang is Out

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Cockney rhyming slang is dying out, a study revealed yesterday. It may be hard to Adam and Eve, but the rhyming language so strongly associated with the nation’s capital is losing its place in modern speech. The research, which was commissioned by the Museum of London, tested the British public on their knowledge of the [...]


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