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  1. Vacuum-Packed Couples: Preserving Love In Plastic and Photographs

    Because nothing says "love" better than curling naked in your lover's arms in a little plastic bag as an old vacuum cleaner sucks the air from around you, the plastic closing in on you, compressing the life (and love, don't forget love) out of the body that used to be you. If you come out alive, you get to see photos. Photos of your love at its very height. Right before you were going to die.

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  2. How Much Do You Love Diablo III and Also Your Significant Other?

    We know how much you love Diablo III, or really any game from which you can't pry yourself away. We also know how fond you are of your significant other, and how difficult choosing between your beloved game and beloved significant other can be. Luckily for all of us, a solution has been discovered, and now we no longer have to choose between leveling up and cuddle time.

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  3. Win-a-Divorce Radio Contest Foiled by Lesbians

    Wait For It...

    If there's anything that supporters of marriage equality hate more (than the bigots, of course), it's the constant reminder that people can actually get married and divorced on a whim, like it's nothing, really. People can get married in Las Vegas while drinking themselves into oblivion. Politicians decry same-sex marriage while married to their third wife. And radio shows can offer an on-air divorce as a prize in a contest. That's precisely what was being offered by a couple of disc jockeys at the New Zealand radio station The Rock, who announced a contest with the winner getting the chance to go on the air and tell his wife that he wants a divorce. On Valentine's Day. Darling. Well, the winner of that contest, who did, in fact, make it on to the air, was not exactly the type of winner the DJs were expecting, but they played along anyway. She was going to break up with her husband on the air. But when her "husband" made it on to the air, it turned out she was playing a prank on them -- with her wife. Bababooey!

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  4. How To Say I Love You To Anyone [Video]

    All you omniglots out there might not have any trouble in telling anyone, anywhere, that you love them in any language. The rest of us might have a little trouble. For all you cross-language lovers out there -- or aspiring cross-language lovers -- here's a crash course in "I love you" from Memrise. They've even got you covered in the unlikely case that the apple of your eye speaks pig-latin, and the unlikely case that you don't already know how to speak it. Check out a full I-Love-You below.

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  5. Today’s Valentine’s Day Google Doodle Shows That Google Doesn’t Have the Answer for Everything [Video]

    There's a lot of charm in today's animated Google Doodle for Valentine's Day. First and foremost it looks great, but there's some more subtle things to like about it. For one thing, it's the first time I've seen Google suggest that there are things you can't do with Google -- search as he might, the protagonist of the video cannot find the gift to win the heart of his lady love. Secondly, the whole thrust of the video is that there is no way to "win" someone's heart at all, and that the best connections are made when people act like themselves and share interests. Lastly, the ending montage of happy couples has a gay wedding. Way to go, Google; you really made me feel the love.

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  6. Anti-Valentine’s Day? Visit The Museum Of Broken Relationships!


    It's completely understandable there are people out there who don't like Valentine's Day. Whether they've recently suffered a broken heart, been single longer than they'd like, or just think it's a crappy excuse to sell candy and flowers, the holiday isn't for everyone. That doesn't mean you need to sit at home and be grumpy about it, if you live in Croatia, you might be interested in visiting the Museum of Broken Relationships. 

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  7. Good Morning! Superman Is Forever Alone.

    We Can Be Heroes

    Why is Bats avoiding Clark like that? It's ... so sad. Is there something we just don't know about yet? (After the jump, click to see the bigger version.) (Found on Reddit by BuzzFeed)

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  8. Adorable Dungeons and Dragons Love Song [Video]

    Have you ever been sitting there at othe card table set up in Bernie's basement, looking at that special someone over a pile of GameFuel cans? The way he or she holds those 20-sided dice, and how she or he always remembers your stats so you don't have to look them up. When he or she looked you in the eye, you knew this person had just rolled a natural 20 -- straight to your heart. (via Topless Robot)

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  9. Breakup Notifier Automates Your Facebook Stalking Routine

    You're sitting at home, alone, looking at the Facebook profile of the person that you've loved from afar for so long. He or she is the apple of your eye; those legs and/or mustache, that hair and/or biceps. But wait, what's this? He or she has changed his or her status to single! Oh, rapture! Oh, bliss! You quickly dash off a Facebook message, confessing your undying adoration but too late! His or her status has changed back to "in a relationship!" If only you'd had more time! Well, now with Breakup Notifier, you can! Simply login with your Facebook info, pick a Facebook crush, and Breakup Notifier will send you an email when the object of your affection changes his or her relationship status. Huzzah! Your internet love life will never be the same!

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  10. Justin Bieber Has Opinions on Abortion

    If we got angry about this kind of thing we'd be angry all the time

    Little known indie musician Justin Bieber recently conducted an interview with Rolling Stone, in which he said some things about abortion (against!) and love (for!). And now people are all up in arms over what this 16-year old boy said. Um, up-in-arms-people? Have you completely forgotten how your brain worked when you were 16 years old? Do you not remember the days of carefree, inconsequential babble, your blissful ignorance concerning sex and relationships, the shocking and harrowing onset of The Pubes? Can't we take these words with a grain of naive salt? Are you still too angry for all these questions?

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  11. SuperHarmony, the Dating Site for Heroes and Villains

    Are you lonely? Looking for a special someone? Are you also ok with tights-wearing crime fighters or amoral megalomaniacs bent on world domination and/or life of crime? Friends, SuperHarmony is the site for you. And let's face it, it's been a long time coming. Some of these guys and gals have been doing the whole lone-wolf thing since the '40s. After sixty years of the isolation that comes with responsibility, or a life of meaningless sex that only serves to inflate your established sense of power and superiority over other humans, these folks deserve some down time. Time to "chillax." It's great to see tools like this finally emerging in the information age, bringing real happiness to some really super people. And superheroes and villains aren't the only ignored demographic finally finding love, as SeaCaptainDate plows the uncharted waters of the final dating frontier.

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  12. Video Game Marriage Proposal

    Zynga can't be 100% evil, judging by this video game created by one of their employees, Anders Howard, to propose to his girlfriend. Yes, that's it, right there. Dinner Love and the Quest for Soup. You can play it. It's cute, and short. And then you can watch the video of his proposal. Yes. It's after the jump. What? No! This is just my allergies. And the onion I am cutting. And it's raining. Very locally. On my face.

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