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Colors fade in the sun because, over time, their molecules are being ripped apart by sunlight's high-energy UV light.

Colors fade in the sun because, over time, their molecules are being ripped apart by sunlight's high-energy UV light.
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A British Airways flight to Dubai was forced to return to Heathrow Airport because someone took a dump that smelled so bad it was unbearable for passengers.

A British Airways flight to Dubai was forced to return to Heathrow Airport because someone took a dump that smelled so bad it was unbearable for passengers.

In New Zealand, it is illegal to name your kids the following names, 'Sex Fruit', 'Fat Boy', '4Real', 'Cinderella Beauty Blossom', and 'Fish and Chips'.

In New Zealand, it is illegal to name your kids the following names, 'Sex Fruit', 'Fat Boy', '4Real', 'Cinderella Beauty Blossom', and 'Fish and Chips'.

After OutKast sang 'Shake it like a Polaroid picture', Polaroid responded by saying 'Shaking or waving can actually damage the image.'

After OutKast sang 'Shake it like a Polaroid picture', Polaroid responded by saying 'Shaking or waving can actually damage the image.'

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