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It's not always the out-of-the-ordinary, the grand things your loved one does for you, it's the small, little, tiny things that really make the foundation of your relationship. If you have that person in your life who looks out for you in the stupidly small moments in your life, know that he/she is a keeper. This song featuring Anushka Manchanda and Mikey McCleary will steal your heart away and you'll be forced to share it with that person who means the world to you.

What you don't know about this guy is that he is a big part of our childhood memories. Mikey McCleary is Lucky Ali's brother-in-law and he has produced all of Lucky Ali's solo albums till date. He is possibly the first music composer in India or even worldwide who has made an album of full-length ad jingles and more importantly, he has created them beautifully. In this song, Mikey attached a camera to his head and shot the whole song in Goa. He has captured the essence of Goa in its true sense, you'll know when you watch this.

“Not even once.” That’s the phrase that will come to mind after you see this drastic “before and after drugs” photos, brought to you by Rehabs. These photos chart the lives of different individuals who decided to embrace a life of drugs and crime. From their first arrest to their last, both their lives and their bodies were destroyed by drugs. It’s hard to believe that people could be okay with doing this to their body. Seeing this may make you sick.

If you are to die tomorrow, you absolutely cannot miss seeing this. Period. These fabulous experiments are the reason why science is called a marvel...a miracle and watching this awesomeness in action is something you absolutely have to see before you die.

The way things are going, every kid is going to go to school wearing bubble wrap and a helmet. Back in the 1970s (and earlier), parents didn’t stress about our health and safety as much as they do today. It’s not that they cared less – they just didn’t worry compulsively about it. Parents of 2014 need to be reminded of how less restricted, less supervised, less obsessively safety-conscious things were… and it was just fine.

During the course of adding a child into their lives, there is always a time in which new parents think, "Well, why didn't anyone warn me about this?" Sure, we get oodles of really important information from all those parenting books that we study up on prekids, but some of the most crucial lessons I've learned about raising children have come from experience in the field. So ditch the baby instruction manuals and check out some of the need-to-know rules that you probably won't get from any parenting books.