How much would you pay for an extra pair of hands? Forty-five dollars sounds low. That’s the price for this awesome set of cooking utensils with notches that let them rest on the side of your saucepan, freeing up your hands for more multitasking in the kitchen.
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I catch a $7 return train to the office everyday. That's $88,935 spent on getting to work in my lifetime, "enough to buy a 41m2 house in Bali!" Ford's Commuter Calculator gleefully told me. There is no joy in knowing this information.
We liked our time on Virgin Australia's new business class, which recently launched on the airline's Boeing 777 routes between Sydney and Los Angeles. If you don't have the frequent flyer points or the throwaway cash for a seat, though, you can still enjoy the experience -- at least a little -- with this 360-degree Google Street View tour around the twin-aisle jet.