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Dec 28, 2021

things to do this week if you're off and bored
5 foods that are eaten for good luck in the new year and why
are you returning any holiday gifts this year?
game: quiz
game: feud
do you talk to inanimate objects at home? lots of us do!
feel good story of the day
some restaurants give nutritional info...but would you want the breakdown of salt and sugar specifically?
now that christmas is over...are you ready for nye and 2022
winter ice sculptures around america
goodbye/fun facts. it's national fruitcake day...It’s a day for lovers of fruitcake to rejoice in the delights of the world’s most misunderstood fruit or 500 bc...The earliest documented recipe for fruitcake in ancient Rome consisted of ingredients like pomegranate seeds, raisins, and pine nuts, mixed with barley. then in the 18th century Fruitcake made with sugar and butter was banned for some time in Europe because it was too rich and tasty. and according to a recent survey: 15% don't like it...15% have never tried it...8% will only eat if it's homemade...8% throw it out...and 8% say it's the worst christmas food in existence