Here’s Wonder Woman just hanging with her Justice League boys

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Gal Gadot wants you to share in her excitement for Justice League.

The Wonder Woman star shared a fresh peek at the movie on her Twitter timeline, with a photo featuring Diana Prince staring at something puzzling off-camera alongside Batman and The Flash. What vexes them so? We’ll find out on Nov. 17.

#JusticeLeague unite 💥🙏🏻 #Repost from @EW ✨ pic.twitter.com/QJquZzZ0Ze

— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) July 15, 2017

Gadot plucked the image from a new batch that surfaced in the latest Entertainment Weekly, and it’s great to see her so jazzed about the upcoming team-upWonder Woman is the only DC Comics movie to clock a 90-plus RottenTomatoes rating — Man of Steel is the next-highest, with 55 percent. Read more…

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How to hide who you’re stalking on Instagram

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There’s no shame in admitting that you stalk people on Instagram — we all do. But you don’t always want anyone who grabs your phone to see who you’ve been stalking. So, here’s the complete guide to hiding who you stalk on Instagram. 

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Clear search history 

The “clear search history” button clears the dropdown of previous searches in your search bar. Note: this doesn’t affect your search recommendations. 

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To clear your search history, 

  1. Go to your profile on Instagram 

  2. Tap the gear on iPhone or three dotted lines on Android

  3. Scroll to the bottom, tap the “Clear Search History” button. Read more…

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Here’s how to take photos even when your phone is out of storage

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We’ve all been there. You get bombarded with “Storage Almost Full” notifications on your phone, but just keep rolling like the problem will magically fix itself. And then you hit that fateful moment: You try to snap a pic of that gorgeous vacation sunset and your phone says it literally can’t take one more picture.

There’s no time to start deleting everything, so you just don’t take the picture. Wrong. You life hack your way into the camera.

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If you don’t actually want to pay for more storage and simply can’t get yourself to delete anything, here’s the move: All you have to do is take photos on some of your apps and save them to your phone. Read more…

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United accidentally puts rapper and his dog on separate flights

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2017 has been ruff for United Airlines and things don’t seem to be improving.

The latest in a string of very bad incidents at the hands of the airline occurred on Friday after Quincy Matthew Hanley — a rapper whom you likely know as ScHoolboy Q — and his dog were placed on separate flights after a layover in Denver.

SEE ALSO: United is now literally taking things from children

On Friday night after realizing he and his pet had been separated, the rapper shared his concern on Twitter, calling the airline out for putting his dog, Yeeerndamean, on the wrong flight and demanding answers.

You guys r idiots @united HOW U PUT MY DOG ON THE WRONG FLIGHT???? I need answers

— ScHoolboy Q (@ScHoolboyQ) July 14, 2017 Read more…

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Ridiculous solar eclipse lodging costs will make you want to watch it online

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The total solar eclipse in August will only darken skies above parts of the U.S. in its line of totality for barely 3 minutes, but for that brief time, people are shelling out big money for hotels, campsites, cruise ships, and more.

SEE ALSO: New solar eclipse simulator shows you what to expect this summer

On Aug. 21, the first total solar eclipse will cross over the entire continental U.S. since 1918. This is a big deal for astronomers, scientists, and everyone else eager to see the moon pass across the sun. 

Hotels, home rental sites like Airbnb and Craigslist, and tourism boards in places geographically lucky to fall along the eclipse’s path are capitalizing on the rare solar event that’s attracting visitors from all over.  Read more…

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7 hilarious Instagrams that will make you feel better about your dating drama

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Whether you’re single, in a relationship, or in something that sort of falls in between, navigating romance in our modern times can be really stressful.  

So if you need some sweet comic relief from all the ceaseless swiping, get ready to bless your Instagram feed with memes, comics, and screenshots that will make you say, “Oh my god, that is so me.” 

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Violet Clair posts colorful illustrations that poke fun at single-life for people in their late twenties and early thirties. But even if you’re a college student who’s in a relationship, we guarantee you will find most of these quirky memes very relatable.  Read more…

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John Oliver and Stephen Colbert roast two of history’s most underwhelming presidents

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You don’t hear much about Warren G. Harding and Zachary Taylor, which makes sense. Harding died after two years in office and subsequently had his legacy demolished by scandals. Taylor, after accomplishing relatively little in the first year of his presidency, died when he consumed too much milk and cherries at a Fourth of July party. 

Both are remembered, by and large, as Bad.

So, okay, they weren’t good presidents. But that just means they’re amazing candidates for a roast in the year 2017, courtesy of John Oliver and Stephen Colbert.

Please enjoy, and bask in the relief of forgetting our current president for just over six minutes. Bonus: creepy wax figures! Read more…

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Get the audiobook of Tim Ferriss’ ‘The 4-Hour Chef’ for absolutely free

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In 2007, New York Times best-selling author and entrepreneur Tim Ferriss released The 4-Hour Workweek—a book that effectively disrupted the traditional thinking on the way we work, live, and plan for the future. Now, the ultimate life hack guru is showing readers a new approach to another common stressor on our lives: cooking. 

In The 4-Hour Chef, Ferriss teaches you how to succeed in and out of the kitchen using his acclaimed “meta-learning” techniques. And since your busy schedule may not allow for much reading time, you can grab this game-changing volume in the form of a free audiobook and listen to it while you tackle other important missions.  Read more…

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Here’s why you should always be honest with your friends

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Whether you’ve ever had lipstick on your teeth or get caught with toilet paper on your shoe, this comic captures those feels when your friends let you down, but a complete stranger has your back.

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Be a true friend, people.

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After ‘To the Bone’: How Hollywood should change its portrayal of eating disorders

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Netflix’s new film To the Bone tells two stories. 

The first one, about the central character’s near-fatal struggle with anorexia, is what the filmmaker intended to share with her audience. 

SEE ALSO: ‘To the Bone’ lacks the courage to tackle anorexia in a meaningful way

The second story is about the missed opportunities, omissions, and tropes that remind a skeptical viewer just how much Hollywood needs to rethink the way it portrays eating disorders in film and television. 

That might seem like a harsh judgment of To the Bone, a semi-autobiographical account from TV veteran Marti Noxon, the film’s writer and director. For years, she pitched the idea to producers and heard the subject matter was too niche for a broad audience. She labored to bring the film to life with good intentions, and her efforts have sparked a high-profile conversation about eating disorders.  Read more…

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