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Pixar should make an R-rated movie

Pixar should make an R-rated movie

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I think they should take a chance and not make a family-friendly movie. I’m 99% sure it would be just as funny, explore more adult themes in depth, and make total bank and be widely acclaimed. submitted by /u/August_V_Swizzlestix [link] [comments]
American football is boring

American football is boring

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Play, commercial. Injury, commercial. Penalty, commercial. Timeout, commercial. Play reviewed, commercial. Punt, commercial. Two minute warning, commercial. Repeat for 4hrs. Game has no momentum submitted by /u/Edgarsgap [link] [comments]
LPT: In the U.S, restaurant inspection records are public and is a good addition to customer reviews to see how sketchy a restaurant is.

LPT: In the U.S, restaurant inspection records are public and is a good addition to customer reviews to see how sketchy a restaurant is.

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As said in the title, you can look up inspection records for local restaurants and see the types of violations they get. Check on this website: https://www.foodsafetynews.com/restaurant-inspections-in-your-area/ Obviously smaller ones like I don't pay attention to, but if they have a violation where they served customers while standing in sewage, then yeah Im not going. Its a good way to actually see into the quality of a restaurants kitchen, which will say a lot about the food you will eat there. Source: your local health inspector. submitted by /u/40below_club [link] [comments]
LPT if you have quit smoking don’t count the time since quitting. Think of life without tobacco as a new era and dont look back.

LPT if you have quit smoking don’t count the time since quitting. Think of life without tobacco as a new era and dont look back.

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Having successfully quit smoking (after numerous failed attempts over the years) I found that counting the weeks and months that you have gone tobacco free can have a negative effect long term. Subconsciously you are more likely to give in to temptation and convince yourself you can have the odd cigarette. I.e. it's been over a year. If I have a single cigarette it's not gonna change anything. Counting subconsciously connects smoking to a reward system. I.e I have gone x amount of time without so I'm "allowed" to cheat. Instead I found it was easier to drop the habit for good when I stopped counting days passed and just saw it as a closed chapter of my life. Never to look back on. So why count? submitted by /u/79ebola [link] [comments]