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Every night I sleep with a teddy bear and I like to hug it while sleeping. I noticed it's more difficult to sleep without hugging something, particularly the teddy bear. The teddy bear I use was a gift from a sibling so maybe i have some feelings towards it and help me sleep in that way?16 Answers4 weeks ago
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I want to start a collection of something for my granddaughter that will be born soon. I have hot wheels for a my grandson.?
it must be something small i cant do barbies they take up too much room.7 Answers1 month ago
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I'm afraid the secret has been out forever now....and there are dozens of You tube videos that show the moves you have to make.
It's actually amazingly SIMPLE.
The secret is, there's a very simple algorithm, that passes thru the cube within every 25 moves or so.
Within those 25 moves, of which , there's only really 4 ---that you just have to keep repeating, in order, the cube *will* pass thru an all solid color point.
It doesn't matter how mixed up the cube is......it's a simple algorithm that re-sets the cube.
That's how the pro's do it. They simple use muscle memory and dexterity, to work thru the 25 moves, as fast as they can, to hit the solid color point.
It's literally like one lateral twist,
one vertical twist.
one lateral twist, opposite direction, and then
one vertical twist, other way.
repeat , again, and then again, until the cube is solid. It works.
When you get good at it........should take less then a minute.4 Answers1 month ago
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Two hours is too long to stay on something that you must know that it can take forever before you can fix it. You need to take a break from it. Just try solving it from time to time. Perhaps you should put a time limit on how much time you want to try to solve it. It takes a lot of patience when you try to solve a Rubix cube. Don't feel that you have to rush to solve it. Keep in mind the more you get stressed out because you can't solve it, then the less chance that you will have to solve it. And for the one that told you that his neighbor’s son who has an intellectual and developmental disability and had solved it in 45 minutes is not true. Also, that person should know that the word “mentally retarded, or just retarded” is not the proper name to use.7 Answers2 months ago
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The toy mr. Potato head will no longer be called mr potato head will now he just potato head.11 Answers2 months ago
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It kinda sounds like eeerrrrrhhhhheeerrrhhhhh.5 Answers3 months ago
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so he got me a train set as a present literally thinking id like it based off the fact that he knew i liked legos. but i dont know what business i have playing with a damn train set at 25 yrs old, what do i make of this? like im a grown adult why and how do i make any use of a battery operated 29 piece train set?13 Answers3 months ago
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Son only likes to play with animal figurines... He's not interested in cars or trucks....22 Answers6 months ago
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i've seen people argue about the earth being flat/round. i however think it is a cube. is this correct?28 Answers7 months ago
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panda13 Answers7 months ago
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I'm 17 and since this is my last year of being a kid. I'm trying to make the best out of it before i turn 18. Is it normal for teens to play with toys?36 Answers8 months ago
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I'll NEVER forget the Christmas at the get together on Christmas eve, when I had only one gift (all other kids had a bunch of gifts), when I opened it to see a box full of Ninja Turtles, I went crazy.
Best Christmas EVER, not because I got lots of stuff, but cause years later, I asked my mother about it and she told me "I wasn't about to wrap all those", hahaha, GOD I miss her, she is still alive but caring for someone with early onset dementia can take it's toll.
Can't linger on the what could've been or what you had no control over.
Today is so far all good.10 Answers8 months ago
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i looked it up on google and her surname is roberts.20 Answers8 months ago
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It was a very popular toy along with tops when I was in elementary school in the mid to late 60's14 Answers9 months ago