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“You smelled mine … Can I smell yours?”
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After analyzing the 500,000+ dates you’ve posted on HowHookup.com, we’ve pinpointed some fun spring date trends. Turns out, once the flowers start to bloom, HowHookup daters love to smell them. And eat in their midst. And draw (literally) from their inspiring beauty. And a whole slew of other things that actually have nothing to do with flowers.
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National Pancake Month has come and gone, but breakfast for dinner is delicious year-round.
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