What exactly is new, and when does it stop becoming new? I’d say that depends on the item under question, and how long it can be used. If it’s a soda that’d go flat after the first few minutes of opening the bottle, it could only be called new until...
“Valentine’s day only gained popularity in the 19th century, with the help of St. Archibald, who said to his team of marketing associates,“We seem to be running out of card occasions. We have Christmas, mother’s day, father’s day… still not quite enough… Ideally, we should have something around mid February. Any ideas/ suggestions?””from - Rules of engagement, read the full article...
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