Hannah graduated summa cum laude from the University of Southern California with a bachelor’s degree in English and East Asian languages and cultures. After graduation, she taught English in Japan for two years via the JET Program. She is passionate about education, writing, and travel.

Two Truths and a Lie: 35 Good Lies for Tricking Others

Throwing a party or looking for an icebreaker to use at a work event? Whatever the case, Two Truths and a Lie is a unique game that’s useful for getting to know other people—and for seeing how good you are at lying! Read on to learn what the game entails and what makes for a good lie. We also give you tons of Two Truths and a Lie ideas to help you have a wildly fun time!

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Do the Amish Have Dentists? Are Their Teeth Often Bad?

If you’ve ever seen the popular TLC show Breaking Amish, you might be wondering about Amish dental care. What do Amish teeth look like? Do Amish people go to dentists? And is it true that Amish people often get all of their teeth pulled, as Rebecca on Breaking Amish did? We answer all of these questions and more in this article.

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Right-Skewed Distribution: What Does It Mean?

Studying statistics? Then you’ve likely heard the phrase “normal distribution” when describing data. But what about the phrase “skewed right”? What does a right-skewed histogram look like? And what causes it? In this article, we give you examples of histograms skewed to the right and explain how these differ from normal distribution graphs.

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