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McDonald’s French Fries Cure Baldness: The Daily Record claims McDonald’s French fries may cure baldness. Scientists in Japan have developed a new way to grow hair using hair follicle germs that are cultured in a McDonald’s French fry chemical called dimethylpolysiloxane. The germs were implanted in mice using human stem cells. Within days, the mice had furry backs and scalps.

Professor Junzhi Fukuda, of Yokohama National University, tells the paper; ”Early tests have already indicated the technique will be just as successful on human skin cells. We hope this technique will improve human hair regenerative therapy to treat hair loss such as androgenic alopecia (male pattern baldness).”.

Hangry, Mansplain, and Swag Have Been Added to the Oxford English Dictionary

  The “Oxford English Dictionary” was founded over 130 years ago.  And now we’ve mangled the English language to the point where it’s being forced to add stuff like THIS . . .The editors just announced a new batch of words they’re adding to the dictionary this year.  And here are some of the most notable ones . . .

1.  hangry . . . a state of anger caused by a lack of food.

2.  mansplain . . . explaining something needlessly, overbearingly, or condescendingly, typically when addressing a woman, in a manner thought to reveal a patronizing or chauvinistic attitude.

3.  swag . . . bold self-assurance in style or manner, an air of great self-confidence or superiority.

4.  me time . . . time devoted to doing what one wants, typically on one’s own, as opposed to working or doing things for others.

5.  snowflake . . . a person characterized as overly sensitive or easily offended, or as feeling entitled to special treatment or consideration.

6.  Aunt Flo . . . informal, used to refer to a woman’s menstrual period.


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