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A 64-foot U-shaped fountain has water rushing down its inside and outside walls.

The Water Wall pumps 78,500 gallons of recycled water every (3) hours and 20 minutes plus there are more than 180 live oaks shade the three-acre area, great for a picnic or throwing the Frisbee. Sam Houston Boat Tours: The Port of Houston Authority offers FREE 90-minute round-trip cruise along the Houston Ship Channel.

(All you ’80s babies will probably even remember that Paula Abdul even made a song about the mantra.)But get ready to throw that idea out the window.

A dating app, appropriately named Hater, matches people based on their shared disdain for things—whether that’s something understandable like jellyfish or something quirky like biting string cheese rather than peeling it. The development of Hater was inspired by research from the University of Oklahoma that suggests people bond well over shared negative attitudes.

Personally, I would take it a step further and say HR shouldn’t allow people to eat it at their desks in a shared workspace.

The holidays are winding down and it’s time to clear the room off your DVR.

But a Hater rep did tell the Huff Post that there’s 3,000 topics to swipe on and they’ve been able to keep tabs on a “few hundred thousand users” in the United States.

Even if you’re no longer in the dating pool, you’ll probably find your state’s biggest hate interesting.

You will find many exhibits to look at, so plan to spend a while looking at some modern art and creations. The Rothko Chapel: With thousands of visitors each year, this Chapel functions also as a museum and a forum.

It’s filled with architecture and history and a place to put on the list to visit. Lawndale Art Center: This center develops local contemporary artists and the audience for their art. Lee and Joe Jamail Skatepark: While you might not be a skater yourself, this one of a kind skate park is a great place to watch skaters do some neat tricks.

It’s considered one of the greatest of the twentieth century, the collection consists of more than 16,000 works dating from the Paleolithic era to the present day and a great place to go if you enjoy art and history. The Art Car Museum: It’s dedicated to contemporary art with an emphasis on art cars, other fine arts, and artists who are rarely, if ever, acknowledged by other cultural institutions.