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We all fight with our baes, besties and family members occasionally, and it's those fights with the people who really know how to hurt you that sting the most. 

Whether it's a sly dig at a personality flaw you've been working on or an insecurity of yours that gets brought up, it's those horrible moments that really hurt.

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'When [you're] in conflict, inevitably [you] will say something that hurts the other person using the inside information that you have on them or that they have on you,' relationship expert Hal Runkel told Business Insider.

'Everything in you wants to scream something right back at them: "Oh yeah? Well, you're starting to look like your mother!'"

According to the expert, it's not 'sorry' that will bring the argument to resolution, but 'ouch' instead.

When things are getting heated, it's at this point that you can take the 'ouch' phrase out of your arsenal and use it to your advantage. 

The relationship expert explained that the best phrase to use is: 

'Ouch. That one hurt. I don't know if you were meaning to hurt me.'

'I don't know if that's what you were going for; but that's what you did.'

It sounds like the updated version of 'I'm not mad, just disappointed,' and if 'ouch' instils fear into the hearts of our opponents the way that phrase used to in our teens, we're using it.

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As well as tracking movement, FitBits can also monitor our pulse and heartrate, showing us dips and spikes throughout the day. 

And when Israeli FitBit owner Koby Sato got dumped last week, he noticed some pretty interesting stats for his heart rate at the end of the day.

Koby's heart rate normally rests at around 72 beats per minute (bpm), but when he got an unexpected call from his boyfriend to end their relationship, that heart rate jumped right up to 88 bpm.

His heart rate remained high for the rest of the day, once even spiking to 118 bpm – we're guessing that was the standard "OH GOD I'M GOING TO BE ALONE FOREVER" moment we've all experienced at one point or another.

Speaking about the results, Koby said he thought it was a cool way to prove that heart break really does affect how we feel.

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"Everyone understands heartbreak, right? Everyone’s felt it. When you have this, it’s interesting – you have something to show."

We'd like to see Koby's ex-boyfriend's heart rate when he realises his break-up's just gone viral…

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Do you take a patch test every time you dye your hair? Nah, us neither.

But after seeing the completely crazy allergic reaction this woman had to a standard colour, we'll definitely be more careful next time.

One Imgur user posted these snaps (with permission) of her friend's "pretty ridiculous allergic reaction to hair dye." Behold:

And if you're thinking that this poor beauty victim must have grabbed the cheapest bottle of dye she could find in the Two Euro Store and rubbed it maniacally into her scalp, you'd be very mistaken.

In fact, her friend insists that she went to a professional stylist for the colour, and "they have used that dye on her in the past, so it wasn't expected."

After getting the colour applied, the woman experienced no pain for a full day, but within 24 hours her scalp had started to itch.

Within 48 hours her head and face began to swell, and she quickly headed to the ER. 

Luckily, the swelling began to drain and subside by Day 4 or 5, as you can see:

But – unsurprisingly – the woman says she's "never dyeing her hair again."

Shudder.

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