Some things are sleek, streamlined, form elegantly following function. Not you. Your body and your brain are a jumble of repurposed parts and deprecated instincts, haphazardly put together by evolution while your ancestors were using them to stalk something, flee from something, or bone something. It's not a wonder that you're full of buttons that aren't supposed to be there, and that do stuff they shouldn't.

Sometimes, however, you can learn how to use those buttons to your advantage. Let us show you how to push a few:

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