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Ginger

Ginger just sort of appeared one day on his computer.

Jack Harrison was a 19 year old student at the University of Rhode Island. Like most other college students like him Jack sufferedkeep-calm-and-use-correct-grammar-2-resized-600 from grammatical difficulties. One morning though everything changed. Jack, while using his laptop one morning, when he was around 18, Jack noticed that his laptop had the super sophisticated form of grammar checking Ginger installed on the computer. He wondered to himself. How did this get here? He realized that it might’ve been his roommate or his brother possibly. He asked both of them via text both of them answered no. He wanted to get to the bottom of how Ginger was installed on his laptop? He also had limited knowledge about Ginger and didn’t know how much to pay for it. He wanted to know if there are any legal type issues that he should look out for too. He found out that there were far and few. So he just saw it as a free gift for now. In the back of his mind though Jack really wanted to get to the bottom of who in the world would go and install a grammar checking software on his computer and how would they be able to get access to his laptop which he thought was locked in his dorm room. So he figured that really narrowed it down to only a few people his roommates or any of the classic roommate friends that were constantly in their dorm rooms. Well thought Jack. He had three roommates and he knew of two of their friends which basically lived in their room with the exception of sleeping. We all know those people I find it hard to believe though that someone of their calibergrammar would go and just install a computer program on someone’s laptop/app it just seems a little strange. So he decided to ask of them it turned out the victim was one of the visitors Roy Hibbertson. You see Roy always came periodically during the week to visit his good friend Sam and Roy seemed to speak a lot about the amazing things that Ginger has done for young people’s ultimate grammar. “ We’ve got to use this technology” Roy would often remark. “ If we don’t it will be a waste of the innovative minds of the inventors of them. So I strongly advocate using Ginger or grammarly. Not only will help give you better overall, grammar, spelling and syntax. “ I would love to get one of those Ginger things” said Jack. He then notices his friend get excited. “ Woot!” he exclaimed. Years go by and Jack still continues to benefit from the amazing benefits that Ginger has to offer. It is amazing how much we can do with technology even with certain limitations we can really benefit the world and make it all a better, happier, and overall more spacious and pleasant place to live. If you have grammar struggles consider Ginger too!

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Bomb The Bath!

bath-bombs Lush bath bombs. Sean Alexanderson thought he would never be the one buying these fun bath items. It all changed one day when he needed a little bit more aromatherapy in his life. When he decided that he wanted to find great bath bombs he decided lush would be the best place for him to get these bath bombs. He had friends who had raved about the lush company and really enjoyed their products. Therefore, it was a no brainer for Sean Alexanderson to go and buy these products it was how he would live and go on with his life. It was how Sean Alexanderson rolled. The lush bath bombs came in a lot of different varieties and tones. Some of Sean’s favorite lush bath bombs include Lava lamp, yoga bomb, guardian of the forest and a bunch of others. A lot of these lush bath bombs were at good prices no higher than around $7.95 granted there were a few that were mad expensive. A lot though weren’t so badly priced at all. Starlit waters actually was even less expensive priced at $5.25 so there were a few exceptions over here. These were all great bath bombs though.

What was one of Sean’s favorite lush bath bombs? Probably the intergalactic. The intergalactic online was titled with the caption hooked on a feeling. The intergalactic is described as being a form of semi bathing in deep space. It includes an awesome mix of refreshing smells of peppermint and neon colors that keep your mood rocketing. Other scents included in the mix of this lush bathbomb includes popping candy feelings which make you feel like you are goinbath-bombs-1g on a trip all around the milky way. Other scents you will feel with this lush bath bomb also includes rogue layers of vetivert and cedarwood including the warmth of human contact which will give it a hint of 80’s aftershave. The intergalactic also contains a lot of great key ingredients. One of its main ingredients is peppermint oil or menthe piperita. The intergalactic also contains some other main ingredients. These ingredients include Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, fragrance, popping candy which includes isolmalt, lycasin, carbon dioxide, cream of tartar also known as potassium bitartrate, water (aqua), Peppermint Oil, Grapefruit oil, Vetivert Oil, Cedarwood Oil, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Snowflake, Limonene Linalool, Lemon ice and Gold Glimmer, and Lustre. All of these also occur naturally in a bunch of different essential oils. If you were to put these ingredients into two main categories it would be the following:

natural ingredients and safe synthetics. Sean had another favorite lush bath bomb too. On the website it was described as having great sparkle and shine with a nice gold luster that swirls in water leaving a slim shimmer on people’s skin. This lush bath bomb is known as the shoot for the stars lush bath bomb. It contains a lot of great ingredients too. Here are a few of them. Will start with the featured ingredient fait trade organic cocoa butter. This lush bath bomb has a lot of other great ingredients too. They include some of the following sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, brazillian orange oil, corn starch, Limonene, Coconut Cream, Water and a whole array of other ingredients.

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