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Top Response Articles of This Week

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Top Response Articles of This Week

Welcome to another weekly roundup of the top response articles on Odyssey! Last week, our team tackled topics from relationship privacy to guilty pleasure horror shows. Here are the top three articles:

Your Relationship on "Do Not Disturb"​​​ by Jennifer Starr

Your Relationship on "Do Not Disturb"​​​

www.theodysseyonline.com

In a world where everything is shared, one thing that should be more private than others is your relationship.

This was a response to The 12 Stages Of Going Instagram Official.

The Journey Of A Writer by Sara Ashton

The Journey Of A Writer

www.theodysseyonline.com

How poetry helped regain my confidence in writing.

This was a response to The Journal Entry.

Congratulations to all the writers! Odyssey will continue to spotlight top response articles on our homepage every week, and in our brand new newsletter sparking conversations in a polarized world, Overheard on Odyssey. Click here to subscribe!

Want to join the conversation? We're still recruiting response writers, and we want to hear what you have to say! Your work will be featured on our homepage, newsletter, and Instagram feed. Plus, you'll be compensated by HQ at $10/response for your first 10 articles.

To become a response writer, email glorie@theodysseyonline.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

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21 EDM Songs for a Non-EDM Listener

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21 EDM Songs for a Non-EDM Listener
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If you have been following me for a long time, then you know I write about two main things: relateable articles and communication media based articles. Now, it is time for me to combine the two. For those of you that don't know, I am a radio DJ at IUP, and I DJ for a show called BPM (Beats Per Minute). It is an EDM, or electronic dance music, based show and I absolutely love it.

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It's fun to see all of the selfies on social media, they are everywhere. I see pictures with pouty lips, duck lips and pucker lips. I see smokey eyes, huge fake lashes and nicely done nose jobs, boob jobs and butt lifts. Women working out in spandex, tiny tops and flip flops. I see tight abs and firm butts, manicured nails and toes, up dos and flowing hair. "Wow", I think to myself," I could apply tons of make-up, spend an hour on my hair, pose all day and not look like that. Maybe I need a longer stick!"

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On the surface, rap songs may carry a surface perception of negativity. However, exploring their lyrics reveals profound hidden depth.Despite occasional profanity, it's crucial to look beyond it. Rap transcends mere wordplay; these 25 song lyrics impart valuable life lessons, offering insights that extend beyond the conventional perception of rap music.

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