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Après s'être laissé bercer jusqu'au top 5 sans jamais avoir à se « salir les mains », l'humoriste Richardson Zéphir a dû dire au revoir à ses colocataires de la téléréalité Big Brother Célébritésà la grande déception de plusieurs fans.

Même s'il n'a pas remporté d'épreuves de Patron de la Maison, Richardson était considéré comme un joueur menaçant étant donné sa « game sociale » sans faille : tout le monde aime Rich. 

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If you and your friends are searching for things to do in Miami, this is one place you'll definitely want to check out. There's nothing quite like snapping the perfect pic for the IG, but even better when it comes with a truly out of this world experience.

Not too long ago we heard about the Museum of Illusions coming to the big MIA, and now it's finally here.

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Like so many others, we too have felt the sting of jealousy when we see a bounce house at our 12-year-old cousin's birthday party adorned with a huge "NO ADULTS ALLOWED" sign. Luckily for us adults, the world's biggest inflatable theme park is coming to Sarasota — our inner kid is screaming.

It's as if the Heralds of Bounce House Heaven heard our sobbing pleas, bringing our wildest childhood dreams to life this November 1st through 3rd. Adults will have the chance to bounce kid-free in the world's largest bounce house — literally; this massive 10,000 square foot bounce haven actually has the Guinness World Record to back up the title.

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There is something about caves and underground activities that excites us. There is a mysterious feel to them, and there is so much history that intrigues us. If you're looking for cool places to explore in Tennessee, a gorgeous cascading waterfall lives hidden in a cave — and you'll definitely want to add this gem to your bucket list.

Ruby Falls is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee and it's not your average waterfall; it's actually underground. If you were just driving past this location, you would never know it was there, gracefully flowing as it hides beneath the Earth's surface.

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Nothing like something made right here in Canada, am I right? Where it's comfy, cotton sweatpants from Roots or charity-driven tees from Peace Collective, when something's made here in Canada, I feel a lot better about buying and supporting local business - especially when it looks this cute. 

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