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8 Annoying Things Every Malaysian Driver Needs To Stop Doing


Are you a responsible person? Do you pay your bills on time? Do you get your work done as per your deadlines? Sure, you could very well check off all of the following but here’s an important question that gets more often than not, overlooked.

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What I’m Really Thinking: The Workaholic

Illustration: Lo Cole for the Guardian

I feel like a superhero: Captain Diligence, saving the world through hard work. There’s something thrilling about being first in, last out every day. I’m the one who turns on the coffee machine in the morning and the one who turns off the lights at night. I’m a solicitor, and the people who stroll in as the clock strikes 9am make me uneasy. I average a 70-hour week, and that’s without counting how often I check my emails at home or when I pull an all-nighter.

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Is Your Teen Using Apps To Keep Secrets?

If you think "my teen would never sext," you might be mistaken.

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Paul Walker Honored Before Surprise Furious 7 Screening

By all accounts, last night’s surprise screening of James Wan’s Furious 7 at SXSW was an emotional affair.

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Furious 7 Is A Ridiculous, Fun Ride

 The SXSW Film Festival has an absolutely packed line-up this year, with great movies from interesting filmmakers playing all through the week, but on Sunday the annual event added one more title to its roster.

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Circular Thinking: Stonehenge's Origin Is Subject Of New Theory

 ‘We’ve been looking at Stonehenge the wrong way,: from the earth,’ says Julian Spalding, who believes it served as a raised altar on which masses of worshippers would gather. Photograph: Peter Adams/Getty ImagesWhether it was a Druid temple, an astronomical calendar or a centre for healing, the mystery of Stonehenge has long been a source of speculation and debate. Now a dramatic new theory suggests that the prehistoric monument was in fact “an ancient Mecca on stilts”.

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"Rich & Ugly" Vs "Handsome & Jobless" - Which Person Did Women Say They Would Date?

Ladies, what best describes your ‘perfect’ man? Sure, in a ‘perfect’ universe, that person would maybe possess the looks of Johnny Depp, the physique of Chris Hemsworth, the wit of Robert Downey Jr., the deep pockets of Mark Zuckerberg, and the fatherly and loving nature of David Beckham.

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Why Moms Should Be Paid $260,000 A Year

 At least according to one calculation.

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Cinderella Movie Review

 Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella is a gorgeous re-imagining, bringing to life the specific beauty and charm of the fairy tale. But it's also rather hollow, doing very little to add its own spin.

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Unfriended Makes Killer Use Of Its Social Media Gimmick

 The internet has completely changed everything in our world. More than just providing us online shopping and quick research capabilities, it has altered the way we communicate with one another – both in terms of social media applications and general attitude. This is an incredibly important element in the new high-concept horror film Unfriended, which just premiered at SXSW, and while the movie isn’t by any means a game-changer for the genre, it does do a rather surprising job creating terror and scares from the most basic elements of the internet age.

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