This week I learned

This week I learned the best way to cure your gnarly garlic breath, and more

Lauren Hansen
July 3, 2014
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Read more about the facts mentioned:

How to cure garlic breath (Popular Science)

NASA has a professional smeller (The Week)

How Americans wound up calling football 'soccer' (The Atlantic)

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