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Kidizen raises $3.2M for a kids’ clothes resale app with a social twist

 Kidizen, a marketplace for secondhand children’s apparel, has raised $3.2 million in Series A funding, the company announced today. The funding was led by Chicago-based Origin Ventures, who backed the startup following its over 100 percent year-over-year growth in 2016, which has allowed the business to reach over a quarter million registered users across the U.S. Also participating in… Read More

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Kidizen raises $3.2M for a kids’ clothes resale app with a social twist

 Kidizen, a marketplace for secondhand children’s apparel, has raised $3.2 million in Series A funding, the company announced today. The funding was led by Chicago-based Origin Ventures, who backed the startup following its over 100 percent year-over-year growth in 2016, which has allowed the business to reach over a quarter million registered users across the U.S. Also participating in… Read More

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Mandy Moore's parents offer unsolicited advice to her 'This Is Us' character

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Your parents are never going to turn down an opportunity to tell you what you did wrong, even if you’re just following a script.

Mandy Moore‘s mom and dad are also very emotionally invested in the Pearson family’s ups and downs on This Is Us, but unlike you, they have her phone number. So they text her to figure out what’s going on with Rebecca. 

Mom and Dad know how to keep it real. Thanks guys? 😂 #thisisus

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Her parents aren’t cool with how Moore is conducting her fictional marriage to Milo Ventimiglia, and seem to really want him as an IRL son-in-law.  Read more…

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Watch a choir sing about how painful it is when your parents nag you

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If you understand the pain of having to face the firing range of your relatives’ questions on Chinese New Year, you’re going to appreciate this impressive performance by Shanghai’s Rainbow Chamber Singers.

Titled What I Do Is For Your Own Good — The Spring Festival Survival Kit (春节自救指南), the song describes somewhat perfectly the woes of average Chinese millennials heading home for the festive period and getting nagged at about their salaries, weight and single status.

“Do you want to come work at my company? / You should lose some weight. Don’t eat dinner tonight. / How much is your salary? / Why don’t you quit your Bohemian lifestyle?” the singers chorus at each other. Read more…

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