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Reddit sings the praises of Cambodia’s love shacks
In today’s digest, Redditors discuss the science of cooling a room with ice cubes, improving medieval castles, and how Hindi may go extinct.
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r/sex discusses a fascinating article about Cambodia’s “love huts,” where parents build “their daughter(s) their own hut so they can independently choose to have boys spend the night with them as they wish, until they find ‘Mr. Right.'” (r/sex)
How can you learn how to “not give a fuck” about what people think of you? (r/IWantToLearn)
Redditor kapilkaisare explains why the Hindi langauge may soon go extinct. (r/DepthHub)
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