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Eavesdropping In: Kid Finds Cure For Hiccups, Safe "Sexting"

- Knowing the chorus of John Legend's "Ordinary People" does not a music connoisseur make. [ThoughtCatalog]

- Facebook IPO Watch: Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly still missing from the big Facebook Roadshow. [HuffPost]

- LOL cats are probably making us more intelligent.  Can I get an Amen? [Atlantic]

- Joe Jonas and the Jersey Shore's Pauly D are slated to join Fox's new The Voice-like dating show.  Not all at once, ladies. [Vulture]

- Go behind the scenes of Wes Anderson's much-anticipated film "Moonrise Kingdom." Safe to say, it's going to be amazing. [D&T]

- No more drinking water upside down. 13-year-old Mallory Kievman has invented a cure for hiccups with the "Hiccupop." By combining sugar and apple cider vinegar in the form of a lollipop, the talented teen discovered the perfect formula to cancel out the body's message to hiccup. [Week]

- A new iPhone app called "Snapchat" allows users to set a timer up to 10 seconds of when the message would self-destruct after being received. If the receiver tries to take a screenshot of the embarrassing pic, then the sender is instantly notified. [Mashable]