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    A TIKTOKER and self-proclaimed modern cowgirl has let the world know the hate she gets on the app doesn't bother her. Influencer Elva Steinmetz, 21, recently posted a TikTok to her account @elvasteinmetz0 singing along to Megan Moroney's I Love Me. 2Elva Steinmetz fires back at haters on TikTokCredit: TikTok/@elvasteinmetz0 2Cowgirl influencer Elva declared on TikTok she's in her 'it girl era'Credit: TikTok/@elvasteinmetz0 The caption read: "If they have to make up s**t you did, so they have something bad to say about you. Honey, it's your world and they're just in it." Her followers took to the comments to offer support and compliments. One user added, "Yesss! And the Megan Moroney song swear I love all of her songs." Oklahoma girl Elva has proudly taken on the "It Girl" title on TikTok with over 945k followers and almost 29million likes. Read more on country girlsPANT-ING FOR AIR LSU star reveals her 'type' in new TikTok as fans all say the same thingSHINE BRIGHT I'm a cowgirl - people say I'm 'overdressed' in my flashy Western...
    A MAN has hit back at people who have criticised his Turkey teeth by insisting they're just "jealous." Tom Barnett, who posts under the acronym @thomasbarnettx, took to TikTok and posted a video documenting his journey to a dentist in Turkey. 2Tom Barnett documented his journey to a dentist in Turkey. Pictured, after the treatmentCredit: tiktok/@thomasbarnettx 2Social media users called Tom "sharkboy" after he had his teeth shaved downCredit: tiktok/@thomasbarnettx In the clip, he can be seen in a dentist chair after having his teeth massively shaved down. Moments later, he's then seen smiling with his new set of gnashers. "Let me guess…jealous fake accounts send hate about now…" he quips. Tom captioned the post: "Ooooops...ignore what people think and do what makes you happy!" The video has since gone viral and garnered a whopping 9 million views. It wasn't long before social media users jumped to the comments section either, but reviews were very mixed. FABULOUS BINGO: Get a £20 bonus & 30 free spins when you spend £10 today "Sharkboy?" wrote one. Most read in FabulousICON GONE Legendary...
    A DESPERATE 25-year-old begged people to compliment her two-piece look. TikTok creator Aneta asked viewers to tell her she looks good in a bikini, but they couldn't take her seriously. 2TikTok creator Aneta told viewers to tell her she looks pretty after her bikini transformationCredit: TikTok/hiitsaneta Aneta posted a video of her bathing suit transformation and claimed people think she looks better in a two-piece swimsuit. While Aneta hoped viewers would be in awe of her beauty, they only laughed. The seemingly confident woman started in a baggy T-shirt and comfy sweatpants. Her caption read: "People say I go from a five to a 10 in a bikini." READ MORE BIKINI RATINGSFUNNY FIT I go from a 5 to a 10 in a bikini - people are ‘salivating’ at my big revealTIGHT FIT I go from a 5 to a 10 in a swimsuit, the unique way I wear it makes it a squeeze She flipped her hair over her shoulders and stuck her hands in her pants pockets. The beat switched, and...
    A FEMALE in the U.S. Military shot down claims about her work experience. Military worker Krystal told haters they were wrong about how "easy" it is to be a woman in her job. 2A U.S. Military woman gets told she has it 'good' in her jobCredit: TikTok/alyzabethsoliz8 2Krystal said people don't know what it's really like for womenCredit: TikTok/alyzabethsoliz8 The brave individual posted a video to address the false accusations she's witnessed being made. Krystal looked into the camera and pretended like she was talking to someone next to her. "Someone telling me how easy it is being a female in the military," she said. "And how 'good' we have it." READ MORE REAL LIFEARMY STYLE I'm a woman in the U.S. Army - I showed my work outfit & people loved itWOMAN MARINE I’m a woman in U.S. Military - ‘jaws drop’ when they see what I do in the gym Krystal slicked back her hair and wore a tan short-sleeve T-shirt. Suddenly, the shot switched to Krystal in full uniform. ...
    A PROUD plus-size woman thinks her haters should eat their words. Body-positivity advocate Jessica Blair responded to trolls who claimed her size makes them want to stop eating by emphasizing her lack of care for them. 2Jessica Blair addressed a comment telling her that her body makes a hater want to stop eatingCredit: YouTube/lovejessicablair Jessica posted a video to address the critics who make crude comments regarding her body shape. The plus-size woman pretended to silently weep as one comment hung over her head. "She makes me want to quit food," the note read. Jessica dabbed at her dry eyes as if they were pooled with tears. READ MORE ON BODY SHAPESPROUD I’m a plus-size woman, I love everything about my body, people say I’m ‘so beautiful’LOVING IT I’m body positive – my belly is one of my best features, it makes me attractive But they weren't. Her expression immediately switched to a stern look. She waved her hand over the camera and appeared all dressed up. Jessica put on makeup and...
    A YOUNG woman shared her response to haters who tell her to dress her age. TikTok user Oriya looked unbothered as she modeled a cropped top in her clap-back video. 2TikTok user Oriya shared her response to people who tell her to dress her ageCredit: TikTok The 18-year-old explained that people often tell her: "Dress your age." Oriya can be seen wearing a black cropped tank top that showed off her toned midriff as well as her bust. "Go ahead, say your un-asked opinion," the influencer challenged her haters in the clip. "Others my age dress like this, the issue is my chest," the TikToker pointed out in the caption of her video. Read More in Lifestyle48 YEARS YOUNG I'm a 48-year-old fashionista - people tell me to dress my age but I refuseACT YOUR AGE I'm 55 and don't dress my age, I look fabulous in short shorts and skip a bra She added: "Some grown women do dress like this because it’s their style. I have men saying I look 30 wearing a crop top n sweat pants...
    A WOMAN who hates wearing bras has clapped back in a simple way to people who tell her to put undergarments on. She shared a video that tells her online haters to shut up in a roundabout way. 2TikTok user @darlingjones666 shares how she hates wearing a bra in a videoCredit: TikTok Known on TikTok as @darlingjones666, the digital creator makes it a point to be her most authentic self online. According to her bio on the social platform, she's just vibing in all of her videos, which touch on dating, relationships, family, and work. In one video, she keeps it real by sharing her genuine dislike of wearing bras on her curvy body. The TikTok user makes her style point loud and clear in a very concise way. READ MORE REAL LIFEBRA-NO I never wear bras, then I got dress-coded at work - I don’t see the issueCOMMANDO I’m done wearing bras, I found something way more comfortable for under my shirt The video begins with the brunette visible from the chest up wearing a...
    A WOMAN hates when people tell her to wear a bra and think they should just stop looking. Samantha, a lifestyle vlogger, shared the things that people say to her in a video with over 3k TikTok followers. 2Samantha refuses to wear bras and hates when people tell her to cover upCredit: TikTok 2She thinks if they don't like it, they should just stop lookingCredit: TikTok "When someone tells me to wear a bra bc my niplez are showing," she said. She gasped before revealing her train of thought: "I knew I smelled a conservative." "My least favorite thing to hear," she continued. "Like???? If you don't like it stop looking? Read more fashion storiesBRA-VO I’m a certified bra hater with big boobs - I found bralettes I actually likeUNIFORM SHIFT I tried the viral apron trick to make my body look better - people loved it "Mind ur business." People took to the comments to share their thoughts. Many women showed up to give her support and echo their agreement. "One day I just took it off… and...
    WHILE getting dressed for an average day, one healthcare worker prefers snug-fitting scrubs to loose, baggy ones. But her ensemble has earned some raised eyebrows and biting snark from people who don't think it's doctor's office-appropriate. 2Gemma Delgado loves how she looks in scrubs – even if others don't agreeCredit: TikTok 2The nurse shared biting commentary she receives while on the jobCredit: TikTok Even though Gema Delgado loves her job, she'll take any opportunity to make a shift even better. The nurse posted a video about her controversy-causing uniform staple. Posing in front of a mirror, Delgado quoted a piece of feedback she hears regularly: "Your scrubs are too tight." Luckily, TikTok had a sound clip ready to go that could respond for her. READ MORE: JOBSHOLD YOUR HORSES I'm a cowgirl - many are shocked by how we get ready to travel with horsesWORKING IT I’m a female bricklayer – men respect me but some think I’ll get sunburned As Delgado turned and flexed her glutes, the clip played. "I do it to separate myself from poverty-stricken individuals...
    Dear Amy: I married a U.S. Marine and moved away from my small Texas hometown when I was 18 years old. My husband was a wonderful man, and we traveled a lot, which meant that I never got back home to see my family. My mother, father, sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews and aunt and uncles are all still there in my hometown. My husband and I were never blessed with children. He has now passed away. My question is, how do I reconnect with my family now? They talk to me on Facebook, but when I ask for addresses or phone numbers — it’s crickets! Related Articles Advice | Ask Amy: I’m anxious that my marriage might end before I die Advice | Ask Amy: 14 worthy groups for your end-of-year charity giving Advice | Ask Amy: It hurts me that my ex ignores me since our difficult divorce Advice | Ask Amy: My husband brings up ways in which he’s hurt me, to see if I’ll react Advice |...
    AFTER eagerly awaiting her Shein order, a shopper was confused and disappointed when the jeans she purchased looked much different from the photo. The customer was ready to swear off the website forever when her TikTok viewers reminded her of something important. 3Monye ordered her first pair of jeans from Shein – she was in for a surpriseCredit: TikTok 3When Monye opened the jeans, they stretched even longer than her bodyCredit: TikTok Florida-based stylist Monye had never placed an order with Shein before when she bought a pair of jeans off the website. Excited to try them on, Monye filmed her reaction when opening the package – and things took a turn. She opened the package the jeans came in, then unrolled them...and unrolled them, and unrolled them. By the time Monye was done, the jeans stretched from her shoulders all the way down, dragging on the ground. READ MORE: FASHIONCLOTHES MINDED I wore the same Shein outfit for 10 days – it was see-through but so popularDRESSED UP I ordered loads of party dresses from Shein - one of...
    A WOMAN shared her experience at the hair salon and people find it hilarious. Sasha Sloan, a small-business owner as well as a huge Swiftie, shared the video of her unfortunate trip to the hair salon with over 1 million TikTok followers. 3Sasha Sloan, a Swiftie, went to her hair stylist and asked for Taylor Swift's bangsCredit: Getty 3The content creator was unhappily surprised with the haircut that she got insteadCredit: TikTok/sashaesloan "I'm literally crying right now, 'cause they're so ugly," a girl sobbed on the audio that she picked for her video. Sasha hides her bangs behind a photo of Taylor Swift's bangs that she had chosen to show the stylist. "This is what I asked for... and this is what I got," the audio continued. Sasha waits for the girl to finish talking before peeling back the hand that was hiding her own haircut. Read More on Hair & BeautyBOTCHED Woman refused money back after she's left 'with stitches hanging out' in Turkey opCHIN UP Make-up artist shares cheap hack to help you lose your double chin...
    CHEERLEADERS are known for their impressive stunts and fashionable outfits. A TikToker shared a look at her uniforms, including one that viewers said is NSFW. 3TikTok user Milena tried on her cheerleading uniformsCredit: TikTok/@yourlittlemilena 3The cheerleader modeled her new uniform for her viewersCredit: TikTok/@yourlittlemilena TikTok user Milena tried on two of her cheerleading uniforms, and trolls thought one of them showed too much skin. First, the influencer modeled a light blue two-piece with a pleated skirt and yellow detailing. The halter top had the word "cheer" written across the chest in matching yellow print. Milena completed the look with a white headband and yellow pom-poms. Read More LifestyleCHEER YEARS I tried my old cheerleading uniforms - they showed off a lot of skinTHROWBACK I tried my old cheer uniform 12 years later - I’ve gained 50lb For her second look, the cheerleader tried on her red and white two-piece uniform. The red skirt featured white pleats, while the high neck top also had the word "cheer" written on it. Milena referenced the backlash she often receives when wearing the cheer...
    SHE's one of the most searched models in Asia and as one of the world's fastest growing social media stars, boasts around 20 million Instagram followers. After her online fanbase skyrocketed in 2019, Ms PuiYi launched money-spinning fashion and beauty lines and today, she looks to have it all. 7Social media star, Ms PuiYi in a photo shared on her Instagram feedCredit: Instagram/@ms_puiyi 7Instagram star, Ms PuiYiCredit: Instagram/@ms_puiyi But whilst the 24 year-old is adored by millions and has men constantly falling at her feet, Ms PuiYi says she feels lonely and can’t find the right man. “It’s difficult and challenging to meet the right person,” she explains. “I just want to have a stable relationship and not a fun fling. “I've so much to achieve right now that I can’t deal with any heartbreak and the nights where I can’t stop crying because of the guy that doesn’t give me the right things. “I go on casual dates, but so far I haven't seen much of a promising figure at the finishing line. “My advice to girls is do...
    WHEN most people think of pin-up girls, they probably think of the classic styles that originated in the 1940s. But one modern-day pin-up is in her forties, and you'd never know it at first glance. 3Janie, 49, capitalizes on her fit figure online, posing in revealing outfitsCredit: TikTok/ tattedsweetheart1 3The pin-up model had a sarcastic response to her criticsCredit: TikTok/ tattedsweetheart1 The woman uses the name Janie on TikTok, where she poses in her skimpy, stylish ensembles for over 66k followers. Modeling online is where she makes the bulk of her income. Some people tell the 49-year-old that she needs to dress in a more age-appropriate way, but she dismissed all her critics with a short video. Posed in a latex outfit, Janie matched her bright red lipstick to the lapel and lace-up details on her bustier, miniskirt, and gloves. The on-screen caption read, "Start dressing your age and get a real job." READ MORE: FASHIONTIMELESS STYLE I’m 48 – people tell me to ‘dress my age’ but I won’t stop wearing crop topsPERFECT FIT I’m a hot...
    A FASHION influencer on TikTok revealed the rude comments trolls make when they see her outfits, citing her age as a reason to ditch her pleather pants and sleeveless tops. Not only did she ignore their "advice," but she revealed her real age to shut them down once and for all. 3People assume that fashion influencer Candace is in her 60sCredit: TikTok/lifeinmy70s 3Actually, the ex-model is a good deal older than her haters thinkCredit: TikTok/lifeinmy70s In her day-to-day life, people often assume Candace is in her 60s. She has over 22k followers on TikTok who know that assumption is incorrect. A recent video showed the influencer and former model walking into her kitchen in tailored pants, a sleeveless top, heeled sandals, and plenty of jewelry. "You're 60, you shouldn't wear that," read the caption on the screen. But within seconds, it was replaced by Candace's response. "I'm actually 75," read the new caption. Candace took off her big sunglasses, looked directly into the camera, and gave a slight shrug as she turned away. READ MORE: FASHIONSELF-LOVE STYLE I’m 40...
    Redditors united in a viral thread about annoying phrases people say to them in an online vent session over the weekend. One Redditor opened the can of worms on Saturday in a subsection of the social media platform, subbed Ask Reddit, with the open-ended question, 'Which sentence is only used by annoying people?' Users quickly flooded their answers and some shared extra insight on why they thought the sentences were bothersome. '"We are like family here," by my bosses,' one user commented. Another added to the conversation: 'My boss said that but followed it up with, "... and I f****** my family."' 'I barely get along with my family I already have, why would I want another one,' a user suggested. As of Sunday, the Reddit threat had 13,000 comments.  Redditors exposed the most annoying sayings and sentences they have ever heard in a viral thread on Saturday  From work life to personal relationships, commenters weighed in on the infamous sayings while answering the question, 'Which sentence is only used by annoying people' Users quickly flooded in their answers and...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I am a 25-year-old woman who identifies as bisexual. One of the toughest things I’ve had to do this year was come out to the people closest to me. Although it was tough to have the conversation, when all was said and done, it was very freeing. Since I’ve come out, I’ve had to remind friends and family that I am not straight on a few separate occasions. When I tell them that I’m going on dates or that I’ve started seeing someone exclusively, they immediately assume that I am talking about a man. It’s annoying and exhausting to keep reminding them. What could this be about? Could they all be in denial? Denial DEAR DENIAL: It took you a long time to reveal your sexual orientation to your family and friends. It will take them time to get used to it. So what if they mistake the gender of your date? Just correct them. Related Articles Advice | Harriette Cole: I discovered she moved out of my house without telling me Advice |...
    IT'S not uncommon for women to look just like their mothers did at the same age, but it's rare for moms and daughters to be mistaken for twins. One mom went viral when her daughters' online followers mistook her for their sister, and it's difficult to tell the three apart. 3Juana Naser, left, and sister Dana, right, look identical to mom Sahar Darwazeh, centerCredit: TikTok 3Dana said she tells her mom everything, and the family members are 'best friends'Credit: TikTok Sahar Darwazeh, 46, is mother to twins Dana and Juana Naser, 24, but it's difficult to tell by looking at them. The family went viral when Dana posted a TikTok featuring the twins and their mom dancing together, and pointed out how similar the three look. Speaking to NeedToKnow, Dana said, “We look so alike that people sometimes think that we are triplets.” Dana's followers agreed. "Y’all look so much alike," one flummoxed commenter wrote. READ MORE: MOMSFAMILY TIES I’m 27 with a 16-year-old daughter – it’s unusual but it works for usGLAM GRAN I'm the world's hottest gran…I avoid...
    MANCHESTER CITY striker Erling Haaland brilliantly shut down a heckle from a United fan who urged him to make the move to Old Trafford. The 22-year-old has been in stunning form since swapping Borussia Dortmund for the Etihad in a £51million deal. Erling Haaland in Manchester pic.twitter.com/B5HX90EO6H— Dan Fitton (@danfitton_) September 8, 2022 2Erling Haaland was heckled by a Manchester United fan as he walked down Chapel StreetCredit: Twitter 2Haaland has been in inspired form for Manchester City since joining from Borussia DortmundCredit: Twitter He has chipped in with 12 goals in eight games in all competitions, with ten of his strikes coming in the Premier League - banging in two hat-tricks. So it should come as no surprise that Red Devils supporters are wishing he joined them instead after he snubbed a summer move to United. Haaland came close to signing for United when his Norwegian compatriot Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was in charge, but he opted to link up with BVB from Red Bull Salzburg instead in December 2019. But that hasn't stopped one United fan from trying to...
    A LAWYER has revealed the advice she gives to people who ask her when should they call it quits on their marriage. TikTok lawyer Carrie Jernigan gives tons of advice on all your legal needs and even some tips that work for your everyday life. 2TikTok lawyer, Carrie Jernigan, pictured, gives divorce advice in a videoCredit: Tiktok 2When deciding to get a divorce ask yourself "Is this the marriage you would want your daughter to get out of?"Credit: Tiktok In a recent video, she talked about the difficult and heartbreaking decision to get a divorce. She said that people contemplating divorce often ask her "when do I know I need to leave my marriage?" Her response: "I can't answer that for you, but I can ask you 'Is this the marriage you would want your daughter to get out of?'" TikTok users flooded Jernigan's comment section with overwhelming support, some saying it has even worked for them. Read more in legal adviceDIVIDE AND CONQUER I’m a lawyer – why I tell ALL couples to have a clear household...
    THE TOPIC of lip fillers often causes controversy. Whether you like them or not, everyone has something to say about the popular cosmetic procedure. 3Evie said men say they find lip fillers unattractiveCredit: tiktok.com/@aestheticeducator 3but Evie said they have no idea how small her lips were before getting the cosmetic procedureCredit: tiktok.com/@aestheticeducator But one woman has taken to TikTok to express her love for the procedure. Claiming it's totally changed how she looks and given her a confidence boost. Evie, from the US, is also known as the Aesthetic Educator on TikTok and revealed that men always have the same comments about filler. In the short clip, Evie said: "When a guy tells me he finds girls with lip filler unattractive." READ MORE IN BEAUTYSPOT THE DIFFERENCE We're cosmetic doctors - the signs someone has had work done Fat face Furious woman left with intense swelling after having her chin fat dissolved With many men claiming 'it makes her look like a duck.' Little do they know that Evie herself has had lip filler, and she sees it...
    A WOMAN with naturally big boobs has revealed she always gets told the same things about her chest. Carragh Mahuika, from New Zealand, revealed on TikTok some of the comments she gets on a daily basis about her G cup size boobs. 2Carragh Mahuika often gets unsolicited comments about her G cup boobs from strangersCredit: TikTok/@poutygirlll The 21-year-old is inundated with comments about her boobs on TikTok and in a short clip revealed the most common thing said to her in real life. Posing in a low-cut red dress with a white shirt, Carragh revealed that young men often call her 'mummy' because of her big boobs. And mums often tell her: "Put those away, there's literally kids around!" While girls her age often comment on how her back must be in pain. "Your back must be in shambles girlie," she writes. While some men joke: "Anyone know what colour her shirt was?" In another video, Carragh said her boobs are completely natural despite some people assuming they aren't because of how big they are. Another comment made is that...
    AN AGE-DEFYING mum-of-five has told how people always mistake her for being her son's little sister. Gemma Warby, who is 36-years-old and from New Zealand, took to TikTok and shared a short video where she can be heard saying: "Tell me you had kids young, without telling me you had kids young…I'll go first." 3Gemma Warby, who is 36-years-old and from New Zealand, has such a youthful appearance, people often think she's in her twentiesCredit: Tiktok//@gemz.k 3Gemma is often mistaken for being her son's little sisterCredit: Tiktok//@gemz.k She is then seen standing next to 20-year-old son Tyson, who she had when she was 16. And looking at her youthful appearance, it's no wonder people often think she's in her twenties. “When we go out in public together, people often assume we are siblings, or even that we are a couple,” she said, speaking to news.com.au. “Strangers are always shocked, and they’ll usually probe for more information. READ MORE ON PARENTINGCOOL BABY How to keep your kids cool during the heatwave “They’ll say things like, ‘You don’t look old enough to...
    A MUM-of-two claims people don’t believe her when she says her children are twins – even though they were born two years apart. Jorgey McCarthy, four, and Vinney McCarthy, two, were conceived via IVF from the same batch of embryos from their parents – Rachel and Mac. 4Jorgey and Vinney are technically twins... despite the two year age gapCredit: Kennedy News/Dumbletons Photogra 4After two rounds of IVF failed, the couple got pregnant with Jorgey after 18 monthsCredit: Kennedy News Despite the two-year age gap, this technically makes the siblings fraternal (non-identical) twins. After Mac had had a vasectomy years earlier, the couple’s best chance was to conceive through IVF, but were told they couldn’t have it via the NHS. This was because Mac already had two daughters from a previous relationship. The couple, from Peterborough, were desperate to have children of their own, so they saved up the funds for private IVF treatment abroad. Rachel said: “Mac's vasectomy reversal didn't work so we knew that IVF was the only way we would be able to have children.” After travelling to...
    Hurricanes quarterback D’Eriq King wants to get to the NFL any way he can. “I love football; I love the game of football,” King said. “Whoever gives me the opportunity to play at the next level: receiver, running back, special teams. I don’t care if they tell me to go wash the car. I’ll do it.” King, whose final college season was cut short by a shoulder injury, was one of 11 Hurricanes who worked out at the team’s Pro Day in Coral Gables on Wednesday. The Hurricanes’ former signal-caller has been a quarterback for most of his life, but he also worked out at wide receiver — a position he played for part of his college career — on Wednesday to maximize his chances of making an NFL roster. “I don’t want to say it’s hard,” King said. “Obviously, I’ve been playing quarterback since I was four years old. I played receiver a year and a half of my whole life. I am a quarterback, that’s who I am. I lead like a quarterback. I watch tape like a...
    An 8-year-old girl who charmed Kate Middleton in The Bahamas says she 'can't be bullied anymore' after her important role in welcoming the Duchess for her official visit.  Aniah Moss met the Duke, 39, and the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, as the couple touched down at Lynden Pindling International Airport for the final leg of their Caribbean tour.  She donned a pink and white dress, pale pink shoes, and a string of pearls to greet the Cambridges, who seemed charmed by the interaction, with Kate tellling the schoolgirl she was 'beautiful'.  In an interview with local news channel  ZNS Network after the meeting, Aniah was asked what she's going to tell her friends at school about meeting the royal.   She replied: 'You guys can't bully me anymore. You guys can't tell me what to do.'     Kate Middleton, 40, is pictured looking delighted as she is given a bouquet of flowers by a young girl upon her arrival in The Bahamas with husband Prince William (pictured, left) After presenting the duchess with flower, the girl spoke to local media, and said she would tell her...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: My car is a plug-in hybrid, which means it runs on electricity for about 20 or 30 miles, then switches to run on gas. Gas is needed on long trips, but since electric driving makes fewer emissions, I try to drive on electricity as many miles as I possibly can. If I stop to visit a friend at the limit of (or beyond) my electric-only range, what does etiquette say about asking if I can plug in the car for a bit of a charge? It’s not like I’m desperate to plug in, because I can always run on gas if the battery is empty, but a charged-up car is better for the planet. I’m sure no host would mind a guest charging a phone, but charging a car taxes a home’s circuits a bit more. Still, the cost is nominal. In our area, plugging into a standard home outlet costs less than 20 cents an hour. Related Articles Miss Manners: I’m insulted by the dining arrangements of my fiancee’s family Miss Manners:...
    A WOMAN claims that being a stay-at-home daughter is her full time job and she doesn’t need to go to work. TikTok user Shoshanna shared a video, hitting back at people who told her that she needed to earn a living. 2Shoshanna says that being a stay-at-home daughter is her full time jobCredit: @deinshoshannamadchen/Tiktok 2She argues that being pretty is like workingCredit: @deinshoshannamadchen/Tiktok Captioning her video, she said: “When everyone in ur life is telling you to get a job but they don’t get that being the stay-at-home daughter is a job. “Being pretty is enough to worry about.” The clip has since received over 180,000 views and hundreds of comments from Shoshanna’s followers, many of whom were seriously jealous of her set up. One wrote: “Just sent this to my mom.” “Dream job fr,” agreed another, while a third added, “I wanna be a stay at home daughter too.” Another commented, “I wish I could do this honestly.” Most read in LifestyleNO RETURN The Reason why the Queen realised Harry and Meghan gave up royal life for goodROYAL MOVE...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I would like to point out something that happens quite frequently to me, and to other people I have seen, with hurtful results. Judith Martin  I was often told by family members and acquaintances that I bore a striking resemblance to a famous actor. Unfortunately, this is an actor who is not known for being handsome, but rather odd-looking and decidedly unattractive. No one ever stopped to think that this was boorish and thoughtless. Eventually, I drastically changed my hairstyle and grew facial hair in an attempt to change my appearance. Now, the remarks I get from total strangers — most recently waitstaff at an upscale restaurant — are that I bear a striking resemblance to another very famous film personality … again, someone known for being odd-looking and unattractive. Related Articles Miss Manners: It’s embarrassing when they think I’m hitting on them Miss Manners: Can we piggyback on her wedding? It would be really convenient. Miss Manners: Is it snooty to enunciate a city’s name if the locals don’t? ...
    SINGER Frankie Bridge explained that she's getting told off by her son for her skimpy wardrobe despite him only being six year's old. The former Saturdays star explained that her youngest boy Carter watches out for her outfits and even suggests more demure alternatives if he doesn't approve. 3On a recent holiday Frankie Bridge's son Carter told her that her shorts were too short!Credit: Instagram 3Frankie and her husband Wayne have two children together The I'm a Celeb star told how on a recent holiday she was scolded by the lad for donning a pair of short shorts. She said: “I don’t really wear anything short , but when we were away I had this pair of shorts and I thought : ‘I’ve got a tan, no one knows me ,’ so I put them on." But despite the holiday sun, her son Carter had other ideas. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED She continued: "Then Carter said : ‘Mummy , that’s a bit short , I don’t think you should wear that.’ "He...
    WHEN it comes to parenting there are no hard and fast rules - it's whatever works for you and your family. But one woman has taken the internet by storm after she shared a video of the Dos and Don'ts she will implement as a ''cool mum''. 2Some viewers thought the rules were so cool, they begged her to adopt themCredit: TIKTOK @theaudreypeters Audrey Peters uploaded the list on TikTok, claiming she will not be a ''regular mum''. First off, according to her, is not being popular. ''It is scientifically proven that people who pee in middle school and high school are losers for the rest of the life. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED She went on to explain that she would like her future kids to experience all the ''pain and humiliation'' she went through growing up, as she believed it to be ''character-building''. That being said, Audrey added that she also wouldn't want her children to be ''total losers''. ''So our house is going to be the pregame house - always....
    TIKTOKERS believe they have found their next celebrity lookalike.  The woman, named Sian McKeever, posted a video comparing herself to singer and actress Olivia Rodrigo, and the resemblance is uncanny.  3A TikToker is being recognized as an Olivia Rodrigo doppelgängerCredit: TikTok 3Olivia Rodrigo, pictured above, acts on Disney Channel, but hit the mainstream with her debut album, SourCredit: AP In the video, Sian had her dark brown locks slicked back with a middle part and wore all black.  She then posed in front of a picture of the “Good For You” singer at the Met Gala in black with her hair styled in a similar way.  “This isn’t the same person?” one person commented under the TikTok.  Another user admitted they “immediately thought” Sian looked like the Disney star when the video began.  “Hold on … so you’re telling me that you’re NOT Olivia Rodrigo?!?” a third person asked in disbelief. On the other hand, some people suggested other celebrities that could be the TikToker’s doppelgänger.  Most read in LifestyleELL & BACK Meghan sits down for ANOTHER bombshell TV chat...
    POSING in a bikini, Nicole McCurry twisted and turned, flashing a big smile and wiggling her hips.  She thought she looked great - but when she posted the videos and pictures to her  252k-follower strong TikTok and Instagram pages people weren’t so keen.  5Nicole has opened up about some the vile abuse she receives onlineCredit: Instagram/@nicoles_daily_dilema 5She often threatens to message trolls' girlfriends “You’ve got more rolls than Greggs,” taunted one man in the comments section.  “You’re so fat you’ll be dead before you are 30,” added another. “You’re promoting an unhealthy body image,” said another.  “You need to go to the gym - you’re disgusting,” said a fourth.  FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Meanwhile others were equally scathing, writing: “No way should a fat person wear a tight dress.” “People are so mean,” Nicole, 24, from Glasgow, Scotland, said, explaining for every video she posted she was viciously fat-shamed - largely by men and many who had girlfriends.  Most read in LifestyleLive BlogBIT RICH Meg & Harry fans all saying same thing about...
    ONE mum has revealed the secret to ensuring your child is always honest with you. Benina Caviggiola says that her son tells her absolutely everything, including when he has been "naughty." 2The mum has shared her secrets on how to get her child to be honestCredit: @balkanina/Tiktok Taking to her TikTok platform, where she posts under the domain @balkanina the mum tells the one thing not to do, to endure your kids don't keep secrets. Captioning the post: "This is why your child is keeping secrets from you" Bernina says that her son tells her everything, even telling on himself. "He tells me if he's done something naughty, he tells me if his friends have done something naughty, he even tells me if his daddy has given him something he's not supposed to have," she said. The mum added: "This is why I think he trusts me. I've been doing this thing and if you wanna learn what it is, keep watching." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Bernina says that the trick is to...
    LOGGING onto TikTok, Caitlan Redding felt her heart sink.  There was another cruel comment about her size - and once again it was from a fellow woman.  5Caitlan is proud of her size 26 figureCredit: Caitlan Redding 5Caitlan with her partner SamCredit: Caitlan Redding “People always write mean things,” the influencer who has 85.6k followers across her Tiktok, YouTube and Instagram pages said. “‘You’re so fat and it’s your fault,’ is something I hear a lot.  “Other people, often women, have said, ‘You’re going to have a heart attack’. Another thing I get is, ‘When you walk there are earthquakes. ‘I’m even called Violet Beauregarde after she chews the bubble gum and swells up in size.” “One person said, ‘You’re literally that girl from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory that chews on that new gum without the colour.’”  But it isn’t just jibes about her size 26 frame Caitlan has received. People have accused her of being as bad as people who promote anorexia and said her slimmer fiance Sam Woolf, 23, who she got together with when she was...
    NOW that nights out are back on the agenda, we're hitting our local clubs as much as physically possible. But one person who might be having second thoughts about clubbing is 23-year-old TikTok star Emma. 2Emma tried the viral trend after learning fake teeth don't glow in UV lightCredit: TikTok @lxvdisc 2She said all her friends had lied to her in clubsCredit: TikTok @lxvdisc Earlier this month, the TikToker saw a viral video about how UV light in clubs can expose fake teeth. In the clip, Lane highlights how her fake front tooth doesn't glow in the dark like the rest of her natural teeth - which creates the illusion of a gap in the front of her mouth. She wrote: "When you're self-conscious about your fake tooth not lighting up in the club but you remember Pit Bull has been there, done that." As someone who has two fake front teeth herself, Emma thought it couldn't possibly be that bad and decided to try it herself. As her friends had always insisted that no one could see anything out...
    DEAR ABBY: Like many people in this country, my family has an aversion to throwing things out that might still be useful. Jeanne Phillips  Rather than load up the van and head to Goodwill, they give the stuff to me — partially used bottles of shampoo, a half-used pack of wipes, hair conditioner that smells too awful for them to use but they’re sure I’ll like, unwanted change purses and jewelry I would never wear, even puzzles with missing or dog-chewed pieces. They have also tried to offload old sewing machines, DVDs they won’t watch and craft supplies for projects I don’t enjoy. Once, a sister tried to give me an old toaster oven filled with burnt breadcrumbs. (I have celiac disease.) Another time, Dad gave me a gift certificate for an oil change my mother won in a raffle after telling me he and another sister won’t go to that auto shop because they damaged my sister’s engine and did a lousy job working on my parents’ car! Related Articles Dear Abby: I sarcastically suggested he break...
                      by Mary Margaret Olohan  A 10-year-old transgender child quoted the Bible testifying before Texas lawmakers on bills banning transgender procedures and surgeries for minors. Kai Shappley spoke to lawmakers Monday regarding Texas Senate Bill 1646, legislation that classifies it as child abuse for anyone to administer puberty suppression drugs, hormone replacement therapy, transgender surgeries or medical procedures to minors. Video footage posted by the American Civil Liberties Union shows the 10-year-old child reading remarks from an iPhone, criticizing legislators for “attacking me since pre-K” and explaining, “I’ve been having to explain myself since I was three or four years old.” Shappley formerly starred in the short ACLU film, “Kai Shappley: A Trans Girl Growing Up In Texas,” and acted in the 2020 Netflix series The Baby-Sitters Club, in which the child played the trans character Bailey. NEW: In a short documentary were releasing with @them, seven year old Kai Shappley navigates growing up as a trans child in Texas, where shes been banned from the girls bathroom. See the full video here: https://t.co/wjyh2JdlBg...
    A 10-year-old transgender child quoted the Bible as they testified before Texas lawmakers on bills banning transgender procedures and surgeries for minors. Kai Shappley spoke to lawmakers regarding Texas Senate Bill 1646, a piece of legislation that states it is child abuse to administer puberty suppression drugs, hormone replacement therapy, transgender surgeries or medical procedures to minors. “God made me, God loves me for who I am, and God does not make mistakes,” Shappley said. “You should be careful how you treat the least of these.” A 10-year-old transgender child quoted the Bible testifying before Texas lawmakers on bills banning transgender procedures and surgeries for minors. Kai Shappley spoke to lawmakers Monday regarding Texas Senate Bill 1646, legislation that classifies it as child abuse for anyone to administer puberty suppression drugs, hormone replacement therapy, transgender surgeries or medical procedures to minors. Video footage posted by the American Civil Liberties Union shows the 10-year-old child reading remarks from an iPhone, criticizing legislators for “attacking me since pre-K” and explaining, “I’ve been having to explain myself since I was three...
    Fox News analyst Lawrence Jones spoke with Seattle residents about the homeless crisis and encampments taking over their neighborhood parks. When asked how the presence of homeless tents and encampments in her neighborhood made her feel, one Seattle resident told Jones that it made her feel "sad" and "depressed." In one residential area of Seattle, tents filled parks and sports fields where young children would typically play. In the past week, there had been four incidents with homeless individuals and children in the neighborhood. "There was a fellow who was taken out on a stretcher earlier this week with all the softball kids around," said one resident in the report that aired Monday on "Fox & Friends." SEATTLE POLICE MAKE 21 ARRESTS WHILE CLEARING OUT HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT She said that parents would wake up early in the morning before children would head to the park in order to do a "sweep" for needles and other paraphernalia scattered across the park. One resident said: "How is that ok? How do we get to a place where we think...
    DEAR ABBY: I am an out-and-proud lesbian who recently celebrated 10 years as a couple and three years of marriage to my wife. I worked as a professional nanny for many years, and I’m still extremely close to the first family I worked for. Although we have known each other for years, they still ask me not to mention my marriage when I’m around their kids. They refer to my wife as my “roommate.” It’s all I can do to bite my tongue. I have ignored this for too long. I recently invited them over to see my new home. Because of their conservative views, I warned them in advance about the wedding photos I have displayed. I’m not ashamed of my life. I am extremely proud of myself and my wife. I am hurt and offended by their requests. I feel they only accept certain parts of me. Related Articles Dear Abby: My best friend died, and I’m appalled by what my neighbor is saying Dear Abby: Nobody wants to be around my husband. Must...
    Paula Usero was the protagonist of this Tuesday in The resistance, which he attended to present his new series, Castamar’s cook, of AtresPlayer, and review with Broncano his participation in fiction Love is forever like Luisita. When the guest went to give Broncano her gift, the presenter surprised her with a personal question: “Were you born by caesarean section or natural delivery? “The interpreter confirmed that it had been by the second option. “It took me a long time and that means I’m smarter, that’s what my mother says …”said Usero, who left everyone with their mouths open when he added: “You know they used to tell me a lot when I was little?”. “Maybe this was also said to you, who had found me in a container. Our parents were a bit of sons of bitches”the actress recalled. Broncano widened his eyes while Ricardo Castella asked the audience to raise their hands “everyone who has said the same thing to them.” Broncano, in ‘La Resistencia’.20 minutes | MOVISTAR Grison, his partner in the musical space of the Movistar program,...
    Dear Amy: My parents have a habit of mentioning a person’s race or ethnicity whenever telling a story, even though it has absolutely nothing to do with the context and serves only to point out that the person is non-white. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  For example, “The nicest Black Boy Scout came to the door” or “I saw my Chinese co-worker at the store!” or “my Filipino neighbor told me about a great book.” I’ve tried gently asking why they feel the need to share racial or ethnic characteristics of the people they encounter, but they get defensive and say I’m being too sensitive. Is this a weird generational thing (they are early 70s)? They are kind people, but I feel that they are being unknowingly racist, and it makes me very uncomfortable. Am I just being too sensitive? Thoughts? Wondering Related Articles Ask Amy: I’m triggered by the things they say about my mother Ask Amy: Our teen would be mortified by what her fake grandmother did Ask Amy: My girlfriend...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: In a world where families live in separate parts of the country, I have a hard time keeping up with members of my own, especially nieces and nephews. I am not on social media, but even if I were, that would not give me addresses to send birthday cards or baby gifts. I have politely and repeatedly asked parents for details when they mention that Lily or Leo has a new house or baby. But physical addresses or the date of a birth are difficult to come by. Are new address notices or birth announcements no longer done? I understand that the families may be too busy to write letters to an aunt, but I enjoy sending cards and small gifts when appropriate. I need an address to do so. Related Articles Miss Manners: Everyone understands what I’m doing except my husband Miss Manners: I’m appalled by what my doctor said but I’m afraid to complain Miss Manners: Do you think the bridegroom knows what he’s getting into? Miss...
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