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The best washing machines (and their matching dryers)

How we picked Since 2015 we’ve tracked 232 models, and about 114 of them are still currently available. To use these washers, you’ll need access to hot and cold water hookups and somewhere to drain the washer. If you want a matching dryer, you’ll also need a 220-volt outlet (or a gas line) and somewhere to hook up the ventilation hose. We also limited our scope to machines with a width of about 27 inches, the standard size in North America. Beyond those basics, we looked for washing machines with exemplary cleaning abilities, quick wash cycles, a prewash or...

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YouTube prankster thrusts head into cement-filled microwave oven, nearly dies

After an hour of unfruitful attempts to free the prankster, his friends finally called the fire department. The 22-year-old prankster and his friends poured seven bags of Polyfilla cement sludge into an unplugged microwave oven on Thursday. Swingler then stuck a breathing tube into his mouth and covered his head with a plastic bag before thrusting it into the kitchen implement. His friends used a hair-dryer to dry the cement as fast as possible. “This is the worst-case scenario,” the YouTuber was heard saying in the video. “Worse than being buried alive.” However, even Swingler did not fathom how...

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MoneySavingExpert’s Martin Lewis reveals whether you should invest in Bitcoin

Bitcoin is closing in on 13,000 (£9,725), in what is set to be another milestone in the cryptocurrency’s meteoric rise. The price of Bitcoin pushed past 12,000 (£8,977) overnight, and was trading upwards of 12,700 (£9,503) by midday, according to CoinDesk’s Bitcoin Price Index, prompting further concerns over potentially volatile price movements. A number of institutional investors say they are still avoiding Bitcoin, after seeing it rise around 1,100% since the start of the year. Bitcoin is the world’s leading virtual currency, operating independently of any bank or central authority. It was created in 2009 by an unknown person...

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How to save money on your Christmas dinner

Christmas dinner is the most eagerly anticipated meal of the year. But, as we all know only too well, it can hit you hard in the pocket. Worrying figures have revealed one in three Britons will be putting their Christmas on credit this year, according to the Money Advice Trust. One in five of the 2,000 people surveyed will be putting their Christmas food on credit. Unfortunately, your dinner is going to cost more for families this year, as WalesOnline points out. A survey of supermarkets has found that the cheapest one will cost 18% more than it did...

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How to grow a franchise business

Franchising as a form of business is very lucrative, and if done right it can open doors to more successful partnerships. A franchise is a type of business owned and operated by individuals called the franchises but with a brand overseen by a much larger company (the franchisor). With the advent of social media, it means business can be grown more efficiently, even franchises. Growing a franchise is no stroll in the park as you first have to have had a considerable amount of success with your business before considering the idea of franchising and there also needs to...

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