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    If you pull a little On the Internet, You can not miss it: Dall-E’s works are everywhere. Distorted faces, very intense colors, even confusing distortions … sometimes the result of horrible scenes. An artificial intelligence (AI for short), I.e. a brilliant computer computing program that filters the entire web from text or image to image. In this case, there is no limit, other than your imagination: the more precise your creation, the more AI creates an image with all the elements requested. And often, it’s just too ugly and too much fun. To try, It happens hereAnd you must enter a sentence, preferably in English, and allow the machine to run. Elmo – Doll-e Mini Screenshot as Guest Star of the Friends Series The Doll-e Mini Project is the work of Boris Dama, and OpenAI Company, Co-founded by Elon Musk, who specializes in artificial intelligence. Dall-E Mini is a program responsible for imaging a text proposal developed by OpenAI in the 12 billion parameter version of the GPT-3 language model. This algorithm is based on so-called natural language, which means...
    New York (CNN Business)Pfizer, BioNTech and Moderna are experiencing a post-vaccine hangover on Wall Street this year. All three stocks surged spectacularly in 2021, thanks largely to their Covid-19 vaccines' success and strong sales. But 2022 hasn't been as kind to them. Shares of Pfizer (PFE) are down about 15%, while its Comirnaty vaccine partner BioNTech (BNTX) has fallen 35%. Moderna (MRNA) has fared even worse, plunging more than 40%.What gives? Sales of the Covid vaccines aren't the problem. Pfizer has said that it expects revenue from Comirnaty, which it splits equally with BioNTech, to hit $32 billion in 2022 while Moderna has forecast that it could generate nearly $20 billion in revenue from its coronavirus shot this year.Part of the reason for the stocks' slump may simply be that investors already were anticipating strong demand and did what traders do best: Buy the rumor and sell the news. Pfizer's stock soared more than 60% last year. BioNTech shot up more than 215% in 2021 while Moderna shares rose nearly 145%.Upshot to come?Read MoreLooking ahead, however, there could still be...
    IF you have toddlers at home, you’re probably always trying to keep them entertained. Many parents want their kids off the screens and playing outside, but they don’t want to spend money on expensive toys. 3A mother on TikTok shared how she entertains her children at homeCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 3Using only one store-bought item, she created a DIY sprinklerCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk A mother and creative life hack expert named Kate Bast, who goes by @thebastfamily on TikTok, shared an easy, cheap activity to make for your kids at home. All you need is a foam pool noodle, which can be bought at your local Dollar Tree, and a wine cork. Kate poked holes along one side of the noodle using a sharp device and stuck the cork in the hole on one end. She then took the noodle outside and inserted a hose into the other end of the noodle. READ MORE PARENTING STORIESFoam fun Mum comes up with easy window game that keeps the kids entertained for hoursKID PROOF Mom’s $14...
    The Tech Interactive did what it does best — innovate — when LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman said he wouldn’t be able to attend last Saturday night’s Tech for Global Good celebration because of a positive COVID-19 test. That presented an obstacle because Hoffmann was to receive the James C. Morgan III Global Humanitarian Award as the centerpiece of the event. But, as we’ve all done so many times over the past two years, the Tech pivoted and the show went on. Hoffman provided his thanks during remarks delivered via pre-recorded video and the whole evening was an inspiring showcase of the four teams of laureates who have used technology to make the world a better place. The honorees are India-based climate tech startup Blue Sky Analytics; Kenya-based Ushahidi, which uses crowdsourcing to jumpstart social activism and civic journalism; Oregon-based Wild Me, which is using AI to fight species extinction; and Buzz Solutions, a Palo Alto-based startup that uses images to detect flaws in power lines before a fire can start. A series of fun and informative YouTube videos about each...
    A WOMAN who claims her neighbor keeps stealing her packages created a fake parcel to catch the perpetrator. However, TikToker @emmydee2386 claims that was not what finally stopped the alleged thief. 4TikToker user @emmydee2386 created a fake parcel filled with trash to catch someone she believed was stealing her packagesCredit: TikTok 4Emmy also added a water bottle to make the fake package heavierCredit: TikTok 4Emmy also included a note that read: 'Here is some garbage for the piece of trash stealing my packages!'Credit: TikTok "Got a new apartment and someone keeps stealing my new Amazon packages," she wrote over the video, which has been watched more than 14million times. "So I got an idea," Emmy continued as she showed herself finding a box and adding some trash to it as well as a bottle with water to make it heavier. She also added the pizza she "burnt while making the video." Emmy also included a note that read: "Here is some garbage for the piece of trash stealing my packages!" Most read in LifestyleFIT FOR A KING? Prince Charles 'will...
    INTERIOR trends come and go - but there's one thing we know for certain: the kitchen really is the heart of the home. That said, it's also one of the more expensive rooms to renovate and can easily cost upwards of £15,000. 6This is what the couple's kitchen looked like beforehandCredit: Latest Deals.co.uk 6They modelled the kitchen on one they'd seen in IKEACredit: Latest Deals.co.uk So rather than forking out a small fortune to makeover their dated open-plan kitchen, DIY fans Samantha Harlow, 28, and her partner Adam, 25, decided to give it a go themselves. Posting on the Facebook group DIY on a Budget UK, Samantha shared incredible before-and-after photos of their chic new grey themed space. Originally, the hospitality worker was set on the idea of buying a new IKEA kitchen - but thought she could achieve a similar look by painting the cabinets herself. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED She explained: "We knew we wanted a dark kitchen as we got a dog last year and the mud and mess...
    NAGGING a child to tidy their room is an exhausting process for any parent. But tired of having the same conversation and to no avail, TikTok user Holly Brooke, from the US, decided to take matters into her own hands and turn her daughter's room into a mini prison as a form of punishment. 4Holly Brooke, from the US, took to TikTok and explained how she turned her daughter's room into a mini prison as a form of punishment for never tidying itCredit: @hi_imholly/Tiktok 4The fed up mother decided to confiscate her clothes, toys and makeup until she learned her lessonCredit: @hi_imholly/Tiktok In the video, she explains: "On another episode of mean mum TikTok, we are turning my child’s room into a little mini jail. I know this will probably p*** a couple of Gen Z’s off, but this is how we’re doing it in my house." She went on to explain how she's given her daughter, who is a pre-teen, a week’s notice to clean her room. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED...
    A word guessing game taking the world by storm was created by a British software engineer for his partner.  Josh Wardle, who lives in Brooklyn and graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London in 2006, created the game Wordle to play with partner Palak Shah.   Having first played the game with Ms Shah, Mr Wardle then shared it with his family on WhatsApp, where it proved so popular that he opened it up to the world.  On November 1, Wordle had 90 players. Last Sunday, more than 300,000 people took part in the daily challenge.  Once a day, the game invites players to guess a five-letter word and, upon submitting their guess, Wordle tells you whether any of your letters are in the secret word and whether they are in the correct place. Players are then given six attempts to guess what the secret word is.  Josh Wardle, who lives in Brooklyn and graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London in 2006, created the game Wordle to play with partner Palak Shah Having first played the game with Ms Shah, Mr...
    A TEACHER has split the internet with his drawing of poppies on red card for his class that created a baffling optical illusion. The Canadian sparked debate online after he revealed that the outlines of the cut-out flowers appeared to overlap — even though the lines don't actually touch. 5 A Canadian teacher accidentally created an optical illusion when he drew outlines of poppies on red cardCredit: Reddit Sharing the image of a dozen poppies to Reddit, user SlipperyPockets explained: "I drew poppy outlines for my class to cut out — they look like they overlap but don't." At first glance, the poppies — which are worn to show support on the days leading up to Remembrance Sunday — appear to all be overlapping. However, when the eye has had a chance to focus it becomes clear that the curved edges of the flowers are not touching. The post soon generated a huge response on Reddit, including thousands of comments, as users couldn't believe what they were seeing. 5Credit: Reddit 5Credit: Reddit 5 One wrote: "Whoa that's weird." Another added: "It's...
    Cypress, Texas (CNN)Archer Calder spent his childhood unable to talk with his younger sister, Della, his only sibling. Della has Bainbridge-Ropers syndrome, a rare genetic condition which affects her ability to eat, move and speak."I've never grown up with a neurotypical sibling, so that comparison is hard for me to make," Archer, 17, told CNN. "But I'll say that she's definitely very opinionated. If things don't quite go her way, she lets you know that."Della, 14, grew up using a combination of hand signals and short sounds to communicate with her family and caregivers. In her early teens, she was introduced to augmentative and alternative communications (AAC) applications, programs designed to help people who have trouble with speech or language skills. But her family was disappointed with the results."I really had imagined her speaking in sentences and thinking that she was going to tell me how wonderful and grateful she was for all the things we do for her. But it wasn't like that at all," said Caitlan Calder, Della's and Archer's mother.Read MoreDella refused to use the first application...
    Ohio State failed to make the Big Ten Championship Game but, with Michigan and Iowa battling, someone still wanted the Buckeyes to be involved, clearly. Because Michigan thoroughly manhandled the Ohio State Buckeyes last week in The Game, it was the Wolverines that pushed through to the Big Ten Championship Game for a matchup against the Iowa Hawkeyes. The Hawkeyes were the West division champions and earned their spot but, as any college football fan will tell you, they aren’t exactly on the same planet in terms of notoriety when compared to Ohio State and Michigan. Apparently, the Big Ten (or whoever was running the scoreboard at Lucas Oil Stadium) agreed wholeheartedly with that and did their best to OSU involved as they had Iowa on the board as the “Buckeyes”. The Iowa Buckeyes are here in Indy, apparently pic.twitter.com/DtuL4MUze1 — Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) December 5, 2021 Iowa Buckeyes goof shown on scoreboard at Big Ten Championship Game In all honesty, this was probably just a mental slip that anyone could’ve made. But it doesn’t make it any less hilarious....
    Each year, households around the world get creative and put together hilarious scenes as part of the beloved Elf on the Shelf tradition.  The red clad 'elves' are viewed as little 'scouts' sent by Santa who report back to him on children's behaviour; each morning, kids wake up to find the elf in a new spot of the home and usually up to no good). Australian parents have kicked off the 2021 festive season strong in their creativity with all kinds of amusing scenes - from elves in monster trucks to roped-up elves dangling from the ceiling and scribbling messages on bananas.  This mum set-up a particularly gruesome scene with Elf ramming Barbie in his Tonka Truck  These pesky Elves found themselves strung up by underpants on the fridge Mum Dee sat her Elf on the Shelf in the kitchen with a Sharpie and bananas. On the banana bunch were minion sketches drawn by her elf named 'Bernard' This Spiderman Elf found himself in a tough spot after entangling himself in his own web Sprinkle snow angles were one of...
    It only took a couple of innings in the NL Wild Card between the Cardinals and the Dodgers for home plate umpire Joe West to start trending. The moment MLB announced Joe West as the umpire for the NL Wild Card game on Wednesday night, you might have guessed he’d be trending before long. True to form, West was the talk of Twitter even before making any truly egregious errors.Before Joe West retires, he’s umping the NL Wild CardIt seemed Twitter was holding West’s reputation against him more than anything in the early going at Dodger Stadium. Joe West already trending…..#MLBPlayoffs #NLWildCard ???? pic.twitter.com/nnTWrjlWvG — Scott Basler (@cbgb89) October 7, 2021 Its time to play no ones favorite game: *Audience yells in unison* HOW! BAD! WILL! JOE! WEST! BE! — Ken Tremendous (@KenTremendous) October 7, 2021 TBS removing the strike zone box for Joe West. We see you. — AJ Gonzalez⚾???? (@AJontheguitar) October 7, 2021 TBS not having a strike zone on the TV broadcast is a very nice way to honor Joe West — Baseball...
    Price Drop: Amazon Kindles Are Super Cheap Right Now – Prices Start at $60 Which NBA teams are represented at the 2021 Olympics? These are the NBA players participating in Tokyo If anyone can put into words what it feels like to stand on a stage and feel the adrenaline of thousands of fans collide into you, it just might be Midland's Mark Wystrach. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad "It's like jumping out of an airplane, skydiving on drugs while winning the Super Bowl every night," Wystrach, 41, says in all seriousness during a recent interview with PEOPLE. "That's the only way I can describe it." But when that almost euphoric feeling was ripped out from under them seemingly overnight last year due to the pandemic, the three men of Midland  — Wystrach, Cam Duddy, and Jess Carson — found themselves questioning what tomorrow looked like for them. "We had arrived at this place that felt very strange and kind of desolate and a place that could quite possibly be the end of the line...
    WHETHER you're a diehard football fan yourself or just dating one, then you'll know the stakes are never higher than when England are playing. So when this woman found out her footie-mad boyfriend had been cheating right before the Euro 2020 final, it didn't take long for her to come up with the perfect revenge. 2The woman created this sign to shame her cheating boyfriendCredit: TikTok 2She told her followers to 'get even' during a break-upCredit: TikTok In a viral TikTok, the scorned girlfriend explained how she took his ticket to the final at Wembley. And to add insult to injury, she even created a sign which exposed his infidelity to shame him on national TV. Giving her followers a "masterclass" in break-ups, the woman said: "Don’t cry over him sis - just get even and level up." She then filmed herself arriving at the stadium with thousands of football fans and finding her seat in the crowd. Captioning every clip, the woman wrote: "Ladies, always remember - don't get upset. "Don't even cry. Just GET EVEN." Instead of taking...
    WALKING into her neighbour's run-down caravan for the first time, thrifty mum Janelle Payne instantly saw huge potential. The savvy DIY fan and her husband Chad were on the hunt for their next project after turning their spare room into an apartment for nurses. When Janelle and Chad enquired about the RV, their neighbour was so keen to get rid of it that they gave it to the couple for free. Speaking to Insider, the mum, from Nipomo, California, explained how she spent four months and $5,000 transforming the caravan into a glam, liveable space. "I knew it was a small space, so I wanted it to just be open, bright, and make it feel larger and cozy," she said. "I love how ugly it was. A bad 'before' makes the 'after' so much better." To begin with, she focused her energy on transforming the outside - and after scrubbing away the dirt and mould, Janelle gave it a fresh lick of paint. 8Janelle removed the dining area and replaced it with this luscious sofabed 8She kept...
    Prehistoric cave painters who daubed colourful murals on the walls of deep caverns thousands of years ago may have been hallucinating due to a lack of oxygen.  A new study speculates that the artists who produced numerous underground works across Europe may have deliberately starved themselves of oxygen.  Among the paintings mentioned by Israeli researchers are those dating from approximately 30,000 years ago in the Chauvet cave in Vallon-Pont-d'Arc, southern France.  The Tel Aviv University experts, led by Yafit Kedar, speculate that the artists made a deliberate effort to starve themselves of oxygen - a state known as hypoxia - by going deep underground. Writing in Time and Mind: The Journal of Archaeology, Consciousness and Culture, the experts said the art was a 'conscious choice, motivated by an understanding of the transformative nature of an underground, oxygen-depleted space.' Ms Kedar told The Times: 'The symptoms of hypoxia are very similar to when you are taking drugs and it occurred to me that maybe we are talking about alternate states of consciousness.' A new study speculates that the artists who produced numerous underground...
    More On: washington dc Grisly new details emerge in deadly UberEats carjacking by teen girls Two teen girls charged with murder in carjacking death of Uber Eats driver Oath Keepers leader coordinated with Proud Boys before Capitol riots: report ‘Squad’ members slam resistance to DC statehood, call it a ‘racial justice issue’ There are numerous principled reasons to oppose DC statehood. But really, no arguments are more applicable than the ones offered by the Founders, who created a federal district for the distinct purpose of denying it statehood. First, because they were concerned about the seat of federal power being controlled by a hostile or intrusive state government. Second, because they knew that if the capital were in a state — much less its own state — the people would vote to grow and accumulate federal power. Both situations were incompatible with the proper separation of powers and state rights. Today, though, Democrats want to localize one of the only things in the Constitution that is actually federalized — while federalizing everything else. People like to argue that the...
    A deceptively difficult brainteaser challenges the internet to spot the word 'love' hidden among the sweets topped with other Valentine's Day phrases. The colourful puzzle, created by Yorkshire-based company Gorgeous Cottages, takes an average of 1 minute and 5 seconds to solve.   With a record of 60 seconds to beat, will you be the quickest to spot the well-hidden word? Scroll down for reveal   A new brainteaser, created by Gorgeous Cottages, challenges the internet to spot the word love hidden in a Valentine's Day graphic  Many people are putting extra thought into how they can have a special Valentine's Day regardless of restrictions, but this puzzle has been designed as an opportunity to really put perception skills to the test. The creators claim that solving the fiendishly difficult brainteaser can provide a feeling of sweet satisfaction. But do you agree?  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next A slice of authority! Handforth Parish Council star Jackie... Actors who played the Von Trapp children reveal Christopher... Woman whose self-esteem has plummeted after living with a... ...
    A viral TikTok video from last year showing Subway tuna-mayonnaise being made has resurfaced as the fast food chain is hit with allegations that the product doesn’t include any tuna - or even fish. The short video, shared by a user named @highimmar in June 2020, shows a Subway worker as they prepare the sandwich for customers by dunking a frozen block of the tuna in a bowl and mixing it with mayonnaise. The employee takes the tuna from vacuum-sealed packaging labeled as ‘flaked light tuna in brine’. The ingredients on the packaging read: 'tuna, water, salt'.  It comes as Subway pushes back after a lawsuit filed against the company on January 21 claimed the tuna sandwiches do not contain real tuna.  Scroll down for video  A Subway employee last year shared this video of themselves preparing the company's tuna salad from a frozen package. The ingredients read tuna, water, and salt It comes as two California customers accuse the company of using fake tuna meat Last year, social media users were disgusted by the video of...
    A fiendishly tricky new brainteaser is sweeping the web - and it has left even the most eagle-eyed of puzzlers scratching their heads. The jam-packed puzzle, created by the nutraceutical company Formulate Health, challenges the nation to find the man without a moustache hidden among the others taking part in Movember. According to the designers, the current record stands at an impressive 10 seconds, so can you find him any faster? He's in there somewhere, keep looking and you'll find him. Good luck! Scroll down for reveal  A tricky new brainteaser, created by Formulate Health, challenges puzzlers to spot the man without a moustache hidden among the other men Formulate Health founder Mina Khan commented: 'We created this puzzle to help raise awareness of Movember and the fantastic efforts that are put in every year to help raise awareness of men's health issues. Events such as Movember are excellent ways of raising funds and awareness to help tackle common health problems amongst men such as suicide, testicular cancer and prostate cancer.'   RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    CHICAGO — The Civilian Office of Police Accountability received so many complaints against police officers stemming from summer protests the office had to establish a special unit to investigate the claims.  The issue of police accountability took center stage on the last of 11 days of budget hearings where aldermen dissected Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s $12.8 billion 2021 pandemic budget. During a virtual hearing Tuesday, Sydney Roberts, chief administrator of the Civilian Office of Police Accountability, told aldermen how the agency was flooded with protest-related complaints about police over the summer — and how they’ve tried to take action. Through Nov. 2, eight Chicago officers have been relieved of their police powers due to protest-related complaints. The office has recommended another four officers be stripped of their powers, but their cases are still pending. In total, the department received 520 complaints against officers May 29-Oct. 31 related to protests. Of those, 232 were handled by the Civilian Office of Police Accountability and 288 were referred to the Police Department’s Bureau of Internal Affairs. The Civilian Office of Police Accountability is still...
    Have you checked the garden? A new brainteaser has been designed to highlight the most common place that rings are lost. Created by jewellers William May, puzzlers have been challenged with spotting a lost engagement ring in a thriving vegetable patch, including carrots, a wheelbarrow, flowers, various insects, fences, a shovel, and multiple rabbits. The designers of the puzzle claim that on average it takes players over a-minute-and-a-half to spot the ring, with 20 seconds being the quickest time that it has been found. But, do you think you can beat the record? Scroll down for reveal  Jewellers William May have stumped the nation with a brainteaser (pictured) that challenges puzzlers to spot a lost engagement ring William May surveyed 1,000 people who had previously (or almost) lost a ring to discover the most common places before creating the mind-boggling puzzle. They discovered Brits are most likely to lose their ring while gardening, closely followed by seaside trips to the beach.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Leading by example! Future kings Prince Charles and...
    It is one of the fiercest culinary debates to be had in the West Country: jam or cream first on a scone? And now a tricky brainteaser is celebrating the variation.   The colourful graphic, created by UK-based Leisure Cookers, shows mounds of Cornish scones, which are traditionally slathered with jam first. But it tasks the nation to find the one Devonshire version - which is prepared the opposite way, with cream then jam - hidden amongst the treats. The puzzle creators claim that on average it takes 40 seconds for participants to find the scone - so how long will it take you?   Scroll down for reveal  This puzzle, above, created by UK-based company Leisure Cookers, shows Cornish-style scones, with just a single Devon version somewhere in the colourful scene If you're struggling to find the answer, then here's a clue - feast your eyes towards the right-hand side of the busy image. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Families of cancer patients who died after rejecting... Countess Alexandra Tolstoy whose Russian oligarch ex was... ...
    Ever get the feeling someone's watching you? Well, this brainteaser is doing just that - but can you spot the hiding pair of eyes?  The tricky brainteaser, created by data protection company Rightly.co.uk, features a pair of cartoon eyes disguised amongst a sea of similar-looking shapes.    The creators have revealed it takes the average person between one and one and a half minutes to to spot the hidden object. So, how long will it take for you to spot the intruder's eyes?  Scroll down for reveal A tricky new brainteaser (pictured), created by data protection company Rightly.co.uk, challenges puzzlers to spot the hidden pair of eyes  The puzzle aims to represent just how difficult it can be to see if someone is 'looking' at your personal information online. It features a series of ID's, bank cards, social media accounts and other forms of personal data.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Six-foot-four model who married a man six inches shorter... Thrifty bride who wants to spend $100 on her big day... Kim and Kylie have got...
    As we’re dreaming of lazing away the days on a beach, a tricky new brainteaser challenges the nation to find the bucket and spade amongst the beach huts. The colourful graphic, created by Lyme Bay Holidays, shows a series of blue, yellow and red houses which features the likes of hearts, anchors and nautical stripes - and it may just be the trickiest yet.  The puzzle creators claim this can’t be done in less than 30 seconds, and most can’t find it within 1 minute - so, how long will it take you?  Scroll down for reveal  A new brainteaser (pictured), created by Lyme Bay Holidays, challenges the nation to find the bucket and spade amongst the beach huts  A spokesperson for the company commented: ‘We’re excited to welcome people back to Dorset and Devon and want to bring a bit of the beach to everyone with this fun puzzle!’ If you're struggling to find the answer, then here's a clue - feast your eyes towards the right-hand side of the busy image. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next ...
    This tricky brainteaser challenges you to find the only teddy bear missing a bow tie - and it may be trickier than you think. The puzzle, created by private UK fostering agency Perpetual Fostering, features a large selection of adorable cuddly toys donning blue and green bow ties - but can you find the one who forgot to add the accessory? According to the creator, the quickest time to find the hidden toy is 16 seconds, with the average being around 30 - so, how long will it take you?  Scroll down for reveal  A new brainteaser (pictured), created by Perpetual Fostering, challenges puzzlers to spot the only teddy bear missing a bow tie Lisa Witter, manager at Perpetual Fostering commented: 'We love puzzles like this! They're such a great way to challenge your brain.. And your patience!   'It's a tricky one, but if you keep looking you'll find it. Good luck!' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Porn stars reveal how their friends and family discovered... Raoul Moat's chilling threat to 'kill an innocent...
    This tricky brainteaser challenges you to find the bumblebee buzzing among the flowers - and it is much trickier than it first appears.  The puzzle, created by UK-based company Swift Direct Blinds, shows blooms of all colours and shapes, with just a single insect hidden somewhere in the scene. Creators have revealed that the current record stands at an impressive 63 seconds - so, how long will it take you? Scroll down for reveal  A new brainteaser (pictured), created by UK-based Swift Direct Blinds, is challenging puzzlers to find the hidden bee amongst the flowers The colourful graphic is probably the closest hayfever sufferers will get to a bunch of flowers, but can you prove yourself to be king or queen bee and find the disguised insect in the quickest time? If this is the most complicated display of flowers you’ve ever seen, here’s a handy clue. The buzzing bee is sat at the edge of a yellow petal. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Porn stars reveal how their friends and family discovered... Raoul...
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