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Super Bowl Party Guide: 11 Ultimate Wings Recipes

With the biggest game in football this weekend, what are you going to make? Whether you like them spicy or sweet, you'll find the perfect wings recipe for all of your guests with this ultimate wings guide. Fire up the grill, oven, or deep fryer for some of the best wings you've ever had.

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10 Resoundingly Nerdy Lunch Containers

In the past, lunch boxes have acted as vessels for nerdy self-expression by providing a portable canvas for many of the culture's most cherished properties. Truly, to some, a lunch container without a sparkly vampire is like a summer without a superhero movie: a most obvious missed opportunity indeed. Manufacturers have been retooling what a lunch packs can be of late, expanding the realm to include many a size and shape. Therefore, this list is not solely targeting rectangular bins, but aims to show a diverse range of triumphantly nerdy ways to bundle a sandwich.

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18 National Flags Made From Food

These delicious flags were designed for the Sydney International Food Festival by the advertising agency WHYBINTBWA. It’s a fantastic concept that creates a nation’s flag from the food associated with the country. Now many of you will likely disagree with some of the foods selected to symbolize a particular country, but keep in mind it can be challenging to not only use food that represents the country but also works with the actual design of the flag (e.g., starfruit for stars). The Sifter was not able to identify all of the ingredients, so please help label the missing ones! And let us know in the comments which flags you would add and what foods it would be made of! I think for Canada, it would have to be two giant strips of peameal bacon for the red stripes and a maple leaf made out of maple syrup! Mmmm mayple syrup.

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25 Impossibly Acrobatic Stunts

We all know that it takes two to tango, but what happens when you add one more person…and another? These acrobats accomplish this task in extraordinary upside-down positions. They are specially trained to balance atop each other’s heads, shoulders, and even feet. In this case, it’s not enough to know your own sense of balance, but also the balance of your partners as well. Forget the human pyramid, these 25 impossibly acrobatic stunts are the real deal.

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8 Celebrities With Unexpected Famous Relatives

You probably won't be too shocked to learn that nepotism exists in Hollywood: If Nicolas Cage hadn't gotten some of his earliest roles from his uncle Francis Ford Coppola, the world would be a sadder, less crazy place. But some blood connections between celebrities aren't so easy to spot, since they exist between people you'd probably never imagine being in the same room together, let alone getting drunk and having an argument on Thanksgiving. For instance ...

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10 Ways To Save On Your Next New Car

"The power is in the hands of the consumer," says Michael Caudill, auto expert and spokesman for NADAguides.com. A tightening credit market, the need for automakers to move metal, and some sizable government and automaker incentives are making it easier for buyers -- who have the money and the credit -- to make a deal. Auto experts caution that while a reliable used car used to give buyers the most bang for the buck, that might not be the case today. "New cars with the compelling incentives being offered are, in a lot of ways, a better value," says Jack Nerad, executive editorial director of Kelley Blue Book, in Irvine, Calif. But no one wants to leave any money on the table.

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6 New Year’s Resolutions for Saving Money

Make your new year's resolution to save more money this year. Here are a few steps to get you started. When you have a windfall — a bonus, gift, or extra cash for extra work — use the rule of thirds to determine how to use it.

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20 Things Every Guy Should Own at Some Point in Their Lives

As a guy, there’s a couple things that should always be within reach. It can be something important like a condom in case you get lucky with the hottie in the bar, or a flashlight inside your glove compartment to play it safe if you get a flat tire at night. If you don’t have these things yet, don’t fret, because you’ve still got your lifetime to get them—along with these 20 items every guy should own at some points.

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5 Dangerous Things Travelers Can Do That Will Land Them In Trouble

More than 65 million Americans travel overseas each year –mostly without incident. But as the recent case of Sarai Sierra –the New York City woman who disappeared while vacationing alone in Turkey shows --just about anyone traveling overseas can be at risk. Here are five things to do that jack up the chances you’ll become a victim of a crime, get thrown into prison –or worse.

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10 Jobs You Didn't Hear About On Career Day

Back when we were in preschool, there were only a handful of sensible options for the career-minded 4-year-old: doctor, plumber, fireman and astronaut. Clearly, had we heard about "sin-eating" or any of these other fine ways to make a living, we would have eaten more paste and focused a little less on our permanent records.

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