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    Household arguments have come a long way since we all used to bicker over who had control of the TV remote, a study has revealed. These days we are just as likely to clash over hogging the WiFi, sharing Amazon accounts, and disturbing those who are working from home. 1Even the most peaceful households can be laden with family rowsCredit: Getty The poll of 2,000 adults found the top 55 most common domestic rows also include what time children should come off games consoles, watching TV on someone else’s Netflix profile and gadget use at the dinner table. But age-old bad habits such as leaving toilet roll cores on the floor, not stacking the dishwasher and leaving lights on still set off rows in homes up and down the UK. Notably, given the current cost-of-living crisis, households also debate when the heating should come on. And top of the list for all households is dirty washing left on the floor, closely followed by messy bedrooms and dirty plates left next to the dishwasher. READ MORE ON FABULOUS'NOT ASHAMED' I lost...
    AN AUSSIE dad has revealed his family's toilet routine, including using the same loo cloth for the last five years. The ever-growing climate change crisis has forced many to rethink their everyday choices - whilst some might stop running to Starbucks to buy takeaway coffee, others have chosen to walk rather than take an Uber to their destination. 4The Aussie dad shared his family's toilet routine on YouTubeCredit: YouTube 4According to him, not only does this save money and is eco-friendly, but the process is also simpleCredit: YouTube But some, like one dad from Australia, Patrick, have taken up more drastic measures, which see them sharing the same toilet cloth for half a decade. In order to use as little resources as possible and save water wherever they can, the Aussie family, who regularly upload videos on YouTube, have installed a composting toilet. This means that once the person is done with their business, they'll sprinkle some sawdust over what's inside the toilet and cover it with a wooden lid. Just as important, the dad noted in a video on...
    A family-of-six who live in a 500-square-foot shed full time and use a bucket as a toilet have opened up about their rustic lifestyle, explaining how it's helped them 'spend more quality time together' and made them 'financially stable.' Jessica Taylor, 30, and her husband, Lath, 42, decided to sell their three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Arkansas - which they had lived in for 10 years - back in 2020, after both of them lost their jobs in the restaurant business amid the COVID-19 pandemic and began facing financial struggles. The couple, along with their four young kids, aged three to nine, then moved into a 500-square-foot shed. They purchased the tiny storage unit - meant for holding tools - for $6,000 at a roadside hardware stand, placed it onto Jessica's mom's six-acre property in Tennessee, and they soon got to work on transforming it into their dream home. The pair put in an addition $7,000, and spent two years renovating it, and now, it has two floors, electricity, running water, a heat and cooling system, privacy walls, and an outdoor porch....
    YOU may consider toilet paper to be an essential purchase, but that isn’t the case for this family, who say they haven’t used it in four years. Amber Allen says that in order to cut down on spending and in an attempt to live more sustainability, she, and the rest of her family, have actually stopped using toilet paper, instead choosing to use cloth rags that are then washed and reused. 2The Allen family have been using cloth wipes, after giving up toiler paper over four years agoCredit: Instagram / @thefairlylocalfamily 2The family switched to reusable rags to save money and live more sustainablyCredit: Instagram / @thefairlylocalfamily Known on Youtube as The Fairly Local Family, the Allens have been sharing their tips on living a sustainable lifestyle, and have now revealed that they haven’t used toilet paper in over four years. Amber says that they first began using cloth wipes as they “didn’t have the money for toilet paper anymore” adding that she and her partner were in “so much debt from going to school, college and university” so decided...
    FLASHY motors, lavish mansions and luxury holidays are some of the obvious splurges after a lottery win - but not everyone thinks the same. This week we reported how Laura Hoyle and Kirk Stevens have been splashing their jackpot on "bucket list" ghosthunting trips. 12Laura Hoyle was gobsmacked when the National Lottery confirmed she had won £10k a month for 30 yearsCredit: Camelot 12Now the couple are ploughing their money into 'bucket list' ghosthunting trips The couple, from Nottingham, won the National Lottery's Set For Life draw last year, which gives them £10k every month for 30 years. Laura quit her day job to attend "lots more paranormal activities" and shares their investigations, which have been highly praised, online. "There have been many trips and there will be many more," she said. Laura and manufacturing engineer Kirk aren't the only ones to use their lotto win cash for something unusual - here we recap the more unusual spending habits. READ MORE SUN STORIESDATE NIGHT I was on First Dates - here's what happens if you're stood up & why...
    A MUM has revealed she uses a pile of rags as an alternative for toilet paper - and only washes them once every seven days. With the planet already heading towards an ecological crisis, many people all around the world are swapping regular items, such as plastic bags and containers, with more eco-friendly substitutes. 4Jayme has close to 6,000 subscribers on her YouTube channelCredit: YouTube/@Jayme Janelle 4She only buys regular toilet paper for her guestsCredit: YouTube/@Jayme Janelle One such person is Jayme Janelle, a mum-of-seven who shares her ''natural living'' on YouTube. Living in a ''primarily plant based homestead'', Jayme has made switches that are more sustainable in the long run - and in her quest for a smaller eco footprint, she has also decided to ditch paper loo roll and use ''family cloth'' instead. A reusable alternative to regular toilet paper, family cloth is made of rags and other fabric, such as old t-shirts. Having made the drastic change more than three years ago now, Jayme said it was a ''blessing'' at the start of the pandemic when there...
    ONE WOMAN claimed she lived through the unthinkable: giving birth all by herself. She allegedly delivered a baby boy in her college dorm bathroom because she had no idea she was expecting. 4One woman had a baby without knowing she was nine months pregnantCredit: @teaganbrill//TikTok 4She gave birth while in her bathroom at collegeCredit: Getty The new mom, whose name is Teagan, began her story on social media saying that she took a pregnancy test after noticing she had gained weight very suddenly. Her long-distance partner, whom she had seen one month prior, suggested she do so to ease her mind. Little did they know that she was actually pregnant - and had been for the last nine months. After getting the results, she assumed she was only a month along and decided to wait a few days before telling her family. But that time never came because a week later, what she thought was a stomachache were actually contractions. After going to the bathroom, she realized she couldn't stand up as she was doubled over in pain. Most read...
    TEEN Mom fans slammed Jenelle Evans for keeping her closet completely “disorganized” and “disgusting” with shoes and clothes piled everywhere. The 30-year-old showed off her “messy” walk-in closet in her latest vlog, which was all about how she and her family celebrated her daughter Ensley’s fifth birthday. 4Jenelle Evans showed off her 'messy' closet in her latest vlogCredit: YouTube/Jenelle Evans 4Fans slammed the Teen Mom for keeping it so 'disgusting' and 'disorganized'Credit: YouTube/Jenelle Evans In the new video Jenelle uploaded on Wednesday, she shared snippets from throughout the day – from getting ready in the bathroom to choosing her outfit to going out with her family for her daughter’s big day. She wrote in the caption: “Ensley turned 5 years old this week! Find out what we did to celebrate her birthday with the whole family.  “We had a great time and dinner was amazing!” Teen Mom fans were most focused on the scene that arrived a few minutes into the vlog, which showed off her walk-in closet. Showing off the space, Jenelle explained: “All right, so this is my...
    HAVING a pristine house when you have kids is a constant struggle, and mum-of-22 Sue Radford must have her work cut out for her. Sue, 46, from Morecambe, Lancashire, shared her despair after her kids threw wet toilet roll on her bathroom wall. 4Mum-of-22 Sue Radford was left in despair as her kids threw wet toilet roll on her new bathroom wallCredit: theradfordfamily/Instagram 4Sue is mum to Britain's biggest family and often shares snippets of her family life on InstagramCredit: theradfordfamily/Instagram Last night, Sue showed how she was unwinding having a relaxing bath - and even cracked open a bath bomb for the occasion.  However, her spa-like experience was somewhat ruined when she saw the wall. She wrote: “#kids. Lol I’ve just noticed that that’s wet toilet roll that someone has thrown at the wall ok then.” Sue and Noel, 51, who are parents to Britain’s biggest family, only decorated their bathroom last year. In June, the busy mum shared how she had been looking at new bathroom designs from Utopia, where baths cost over £1,000 and you can fork...
    A MUM has revealed how she has created her own reusable toilet paper because she refuses to go into debt by buying loo roll. Instead self-confessed cheapskate Angela cuts scraps of cloth for her family to use to clean themselves that she then washes and reuses again. 3Angela hates spending money and has made her own reusable toilet paperCredit: TLC 3The cloth squares are then put in a bucket by the toilet to be washed againCredit: TLC 3The cloths get stained but Angela says they are perfectly cleanCredit: TLC Speaking on TLC’s Extreme Cheapskates, Angela said: “We have a little bin underneath the basket that holds the little toilet wipes where we put them so we can wash them later. “Buying toilet paper just doesn’t do anything for me.  “As a middle class family that makes a good income I shouldn’t have to go into debt to buy toilet paper. “All of our cloth wipes that we have in the house we’ve been using them for more than five years. “Using cloth toilet paper saves us over $20 a month,...
    A PROUD MUM has revealed how she potty trained her son who now stays completely dry at just 23-months-old. Margaret Thompson, 32, and husband Roger Weaver, 30 have shared how training their firstborn son, Zander, on the potty three days after he was born has saved the family thousands on disposable nappies. 4Mum Margaret and Dad Roger have been potty training their son, Zander since he was three days oldCredit: Mercury 4Zander quickly learnt how to signal to his parents he needed the bathroom so they could easily potty train himCredit: Mercury The author and Marine Corp soldier, who lives in Yuma, Arizona, US, has saved almost £1900 ($2500) thanks to a unique potty-training hack. The method which is called elimination communication, sees the child learn how to use a potty from an extremely early age. Parents watch out for signals that their child needs to go to the toilet and give them the chance to use the potty, rather than get used to doing it in their nappy. Margaret said: “I first found out about elimination communication when working...
    A woman reportedly exhibited bizarre behavior due to side effects related to COVID-19, doctors said. The unidentified woman suffered from "delirious mania," causing her to take off her clothes "for no reason," according to a British Medical Journal case report . Her nationality and age were also not specified besides being in her 30s. HIGH SCHOOL UNDER INVESTIGATION AFTER POSTING PHOTOS OF STUDENTS GIVING TEACHERS LAP DANCES "A woman in her late 30s developed a mild cough and diffuse bodily aches and attended for a COVID-19 test (reverse transcription PCR (RT-PCR)). The test was positive, she was advised to home quarantine but no specific treatment was commenced given her mild symptoms," the case report read. "The patient reported a mild cough and loss of taste but no other physical symptoms." As symptoms worsened, the patient reportedly began talking to people who weren't in the room, drinking soap, and removing her clothes . "She had appeared confused, talking to people who were not there (suggesting she was responding to hallucinations), calling family members by the...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO-TV) — A central Minnesota family is left dealing with a plumbing nightmare after an explosion of water shot out from their toilet. Rita Sanders said the frightening incident felt like an earthquake, and is now left looking for help from her city. “In an instant, it’s pressure, it’s noise,” Rita told WCCO-TV in Minneapolis. “It was like Old Faithful.” READ MORE: Baltimore County Police Searching For Missing 14-Year-OldThe incident knocked a painting off its hanging, left Sanders’ home with some water damage, and her sleeping husband ended up hurt. “It startled him so bad that when he got up, he hit the dresser with his forehead, so he’s got a nice little ‘V’ [cut],” Rita said. Outside at the time were Pine City Public Works employees, who Rita feels are responsible. She says this is the second time this has happened in the last few years. (credit: CBS) READ MORE: A 'Twindemic' Of Flu & COVID-19 Can Be Dulled With Vaccines, Expert SaysNeighbors didn’t experience the same unusual blast of water. “It made me sad for them, because...
    A MUM who thought her five-year-old daughter had been abused after she discovered blood in the toilet was shocked when her little one was diagnosed with cancer. Lauren Ouzts Lee was left baffled when she kept finding clots of blood in the toilet after her daughter Emma had used it. 4Little Emma had been leaving traces of blood in the toilet and her parents were growing increasingly worried about herCredit: Jam Press The 32-year-old from South Carolina, US ruled out other family members and asked Emma if the blood was hers. The five year-old confirmed that it had been happening for several days and Lauren and her husband Andrew were concerned something terrible had happened to their daughter. The stay-at-home mum said the couple had to ask their little girl all sorts of horrible questions. She explained: “We asked her if anyone had touched her down there and she told us no. “We asked if she had fallen and hit herself down there, and again she said no. “We asked if her belly hurt even though we knew it...
    Niamh Sproul sits in her home office, which was previously a spare bathroom. Ralph Modica/Compass Niamh Sproul, HR leader at a financial services firm, started working from home during the pandemic. Tired of sharing a space with her husband and kids, she moved her home office to her spare bathroom. A year later, Sproul is still working from a desk above a toilet. She said she loves the room. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The pandemic drastically changed how many people work. No longer in cubicles or seated at work desks, people have been tuning into Zoom calls from their beds, sofas, and kitchen tables.  Niamh Sproul, the head of learning and development at a financial services company, relocated to the most unlikely room in her home: the bathroom. After unsuccessfully working in her bedroom with her husband, Sproul, 44, transformed a spare bathroom into a home office in her apartment in Brooklyn, New York.  "Everyone had to make major adjustments to their life, and this was a quirky, on-a-whim, random idea that I had," the mom of...
    A family were shocked to discover a massive carpet python had slithered inside their home and took up refuge in their toilet paper stash.   Stuart McKenzie from Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers was called to a home on Thursday near Ilkley in the Sunshine Coast region when he found the serpent sleeping in a toilet roll basket.  The family couldn't believe their eyes when they spotted the python curled up inside their bathroom on top of a dryer.  A Queensland family found a  3metre long carpet python sleeping in their toilet paper stash 'I walked out and my daughter walked in. She came out screaming,' the mother said.  During the short clip, the snake catcher pulled down the basket of toilet roll as the snake slowly woke up.  'Look there's the tail, it looks like a decent size and it's actually in with all the toilet paper,' Mr McKenzie said.  The seasoned snake catcher grabbed the reptile with a hook before gently placing the three metre python into a bag.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Ghislaine Maxwell, the accused accomplice of wealthy sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, claims she was forced to shut down her dubious oceans charity because of “cancel culture,” according to a new website from her family. As the British socialite fights new federal sex-trafficking charges, and the government’s claims that she refuses to clean her Brooklyn jail cell or flush her toilet, her siblings are publicizing RealGhislaine.com as part of their drive to paint her as a wrongfully-accused criminal justice advocate who is languishing behind bars. “Ghislaine is extremely grateful for the hundreds of beautiful and supportive letters from strangers some of whom write her on a daily basis,” the website claims under the section “About Ghislaine.” “Her spirit is strong and she remains undaunted.” The bio adds: “In the late summer of 2019, when the case against Jeffrey Epstein was public, with enormous regret, Ghislaine decided to close TerraMar to protect supporters and corporate partners from the cancel culture and public opprobrium.” Maxwell had used her oceans nonprofit, the TerraMar Project, to reinvent herself in recent years as an environmental activist...
    THE handle of a kettle in a family home contains more bacteria than a TOILET SEAT. A swab test on everyday items including bathroom taps, door handles and even keys found traces of Staphylococcus and even possible E. coli – bacteria usually found in human intestines or on our skin. 1Swab tests showed the handle of a kettle in a family home contains more bacteria than a toilet seatCredit: Getty The TV remote and bin lid were also among the items tested. But it was the kitchen tap which was one of the most contaminated items sampled, with high levels of bacteria found on it. While the toilet seat contained less bacteria than the handle of the kettle, the TV remote and a set of house keys. The bin lid revealed high levels of bacteria, possibly E.coli, which is found in the human gut.   And the handle of the kettle had large amounts of Staphylococcus Aureus – something often found on skin, as well as the nose, armpits, groin or under skin folds. The experiment follows a study of...
    THE world all united against people who put a fresh roll on top of an empty holder, or hang the toilet paper facing the wrong way. But it seems there are more bonkers bathroom habits which need to be stomped out. 7The bloke shared a snap of a bin filled with half-used toilet rolls A man shared his family’s 'infuriating' toilet paper habit, revealing they never finished a new roll before starting a fresh one.  He shared a snap to Reddit showing a bin overflowing with half-finished loo rolls.  The man wrote: “My family never finishes a roll of toilet paper before starting a new one.” The barmy practice has racked up more than a thousand comments, as people urged him to ditch his family, pointing out the habit was wasting a ton of money.  My family never finishes a roll of toilet paper before starting a new oneMan One person joked: “Throw out your family before THEY'RE finished.” Another went further, saying: “Amen get a new family, burn your house down, they are all psychopaths to do this.” A...
    A FAMILY of five have described their horror after being crammed into a mouldy one-bed council flat that’s “falling apart”.  Mum-of-three Courtney Coffman lives with her boyfriend and children in the horror maisonette in Birmingham, West Midlands.  3Courtney Coffman has been living in the "nightmare" flat for more than two years.Credit: BPM Media Courtney and her partner, 20, have three children under the age of four, with the youngest being just eight-months old.  The 20-year-old claims that she has desperately tried to move her family out of the “nightmare” home over the last two years.  Courntey, who has an eight-month-old baby girl, a one year old girl, and a three-year-old boy, has been told by healthcare professionals that the conditions are damaging their mental health.  Flooding caused holes in the ceilings and walls in the hallway while another leak involved “brown toilet water” in the family bathroom.  Her support worker has even classed the family as “homeless” because of the severe living conditions, and a doctor said the overcrowding has ”severely affected” their mental health.  "There's water in the light,...
    SCARLETT Moffatt has put a special 'Covid-safe' toilet in her house for her family to use. The former Gogglebox star, 30, and boyfriend Scott Dobson have started a huge renovation process on their brand new property. 7Scarlett Moffatt impressed fans with her special Covid-free toiletCredit: Instagram The couple purchased their "forever home" after the reality star sold her Bishop Auckland pad for just £400,000 back in December. Since then Scarlett has launched an Instagram page named Our Bonnie Barn to share updates on her new property's transformation over the next few months. The telly favourite told her fans that she plans to have her friends and family round when things return to normal. The star shared a snap of her newly decorated downstairs bathroom - and it looks like Scarlett has gone the extra mile to ensure her bathroom remains Covid-free. 7The reality star is renovating her 'forever home' with boyfriend Scott DobsonCredit: Instagram Alongside the photo, she wrote: "Downstairs toilet complete. Now when life goes back to normal we love having family and friends round the house so this toilet...
    A MUM has revealed she makes her family use newspaper instead of toilet roll - as she gets the papers for free.  Melody Gravitt, from Oklahoma, shared her extreme cost-cutting measures on TLC’s Extreme Cheapskates, which also include using the same bathwater.  9Melody Gravitt calls her family 'hillbilly cheapskates' as she shared her frugal ways to save money Melody, who lives with her two sons, Brandon and Ronnie, and husband Ron, shared an insight into her frugal lifestyle, saying: “I don’t buy toilet paper. I use newspapers that we get free in town.” She demonstrates exactly how it works, pointing to a stack of papers next to the toilet.  Melody said: “You take one sheet, you don’t need more than that, crumple it up, use it, and then you put it when you get done into this bag.  “And when this bag is full we take it out and burn it.” 9The mum uses newspaper rather than toilet paper - as it's free But she unrolls the piece she just crumpled up for the camera and puts it back on...
    What NOT to Do During a Bathroom Renovation A bathroom renovation is a surefire way to add value to your home, along with a sense of contentment to your day-to-day routine. Envision going from a dingy old bathroom with outdated everything to a light, bright and spotless new one. However, you risk a serious letdown if you make certain mistakes during the renovation process. © LugoStock/Shutterstock Here are eight things NOT to do during a bathroom renovation. Don't Fail to Plan Before you start ripping out tile, ordering towel bars or re-working the plumbing, take a step back and map out a complete plan. That wisdom comes from John Judd, Jr., co-owner of Judd Builders, an Asheville, N.C.-based construction company that specializes in custom homes and remodels. "Figuring (it) out as you go does not work," Judd says. What goes into said plan? For starters, the design and layout. Judd says you also need to select your fixtures and cabinets (toilet, shower, vanity, etc.) and decide whether you need to bring pros in for more complicated tasks, as electrical...
    By The Associated Press Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: ___ Nov. 25 The Baltimore Sun on toilet paper purchases during the pandemic: You’ve got packages of toilet paper stacked in your bathroom closet. And some stashed in the basement. But then you throw some more rolls into your grocery cart, while food shopping. And you’re tempted to add some to your online cart as you take advantage of those Black Friday deals. Just in case. Sound familiar? We bet it does. As the COVID case numbers rise so do the rolls of toilet paper people are buying. We’re already starting to see some empty shelves and sold out signs on online retailer websites. “Panic shopping” they call it. It happens when there is a call for snow, even if it’s a meager 2 inches, and when a hurricane is scheduled to hit. The unpredictable destruction of a hurricane and likely interruption of services and regular commerce make the panic a little more understandable. That it happens during a pandemic makes less sense, given that toilet...
    A 16-YEAR-OLD girl was gang-raped when she took her younger brother to use a public toilet, then turned away by police when she tried to report the sick attack, it is alleged. The teenager was attacked by three men – including a former head of her village in India – when she took her little brother, 6, to use a local public toilet. 5Protests have taken place across India to raise awareness of sexual violence against women in the countryCredit: AFP or licensors The community leader is now on the run, said officials, while the other two alleged attackers have been arrested for gang rape, wrongful confinement and criminal intimidation. The trio of attackers – a 50-year-old former village head, and two men aged 22 and 18 – allegedly threatened to kill the terrified girl if she reported the attack in the village of Aliganj in Uttar Pradesh, around 140 miles south east of Delhi. Undeterred by the threats to her life, the girl told her family, who tried to report the gang rape to police after it happened on...
    Yes, Thanksgiving will probably look different for many of us this year — but it’s a blessing that we can still find ways to laugh at it. “The Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon kicked off a hashtag game on Twitter TWTR, -1.72%  on Monday afternoon, inviting followers to tweet a Thanksgiving tradition that has been updated for 2020. And the year has certainly provided plenty of hot topics for folks to riff off of, namely the pandemic and the U.S. presidential election. So the replies came pouring in, leading the hashtag #NewThanksgivingTraditions to start trending. Fallon kicked things off by joking that instead of the cutesy tradition of the U.S. president pardoning a Thanksgiving turkey, this year the turkey would pardon the president. This stems from a CNN report that President Donald Trump has asked whether he has the power to pardon himself on his way out the door (as the Associated Press and other media outlets have called the election for Joe Biden, although the president has yet to concede) amid investigations into his businesses and finances....
    It really did belong over the throne. A British family discovered that a mirror hanging above their toilet once belonged to France’s last queen, Marie Antoinette — and could now leave them flush with as much as $13,000 when it hits the chopping block next week. The 20-by-16 inch mirror hung over a downstairs toilet for 40 years because the unidentified owners who inherited it “never really thought it to be worth anything,” auctioneer Andrew Stowe told South West News Service. “They seemed to find it more interesting than valuable,” he said. When they took it to be valued, however, Stowe said the family soon found “a wonderful paper trail,” including a catalog from an 1880 auction for the estate of the late Napoleon III, which “sealed it as the real deal.’’ The wife of King Louis XVI, Antoinette is thought to have kept the mirror in a larger collection at a palace before she was executed in France’s revolutionary fervor in 1793. “Once we discovered all of this incredible evidence it really did become something special,” Stowe told...
    It really did belong over the throne. A British family discovered that a mirror hanging above their toilet once belonged to France’s last queen, Marie Antoinette — and could now leave them flush with as much as $13,000 when it hits the chopping block next week. The 20-by-16 inch mirror hung over a downstairs toilet for 40 years because the unidentified owners who inherited it “never really thought it to be worth anything,” auctioneer Andrew Stowe told South West News Service. “They seemed to find it more interesting than valuable,” he said. When they took it to be valued, however, Stowe said the family soon found “a wonderful paper trail,” including a catalog from an 1880 auction for the estate of the late Napoleon III, which “sealed it as the real deal.’’ The wife of King Louis XVI, Antoinette is thought to have kept the mirror in a larger collection at a palace before she was executed in France’s revolutionary fervor in 1793. “Once we discovered all of this incredible evidence it really did become something special,” Stowe told the...
    A FAMILY dog mauled a newborn baby to death while the mum was on the loo after escaping its garden pen, an inquest heard today. Tragic Elon Ellis-Joynes suffered horrific injuries after he was savaged by a Chow Chow-cross called Teddy on September 13. Abigail Ellis was arrested after her newborn baby was mauled to death by a dog One of the couple's many dogs Heartbroken mum Abigail Ellis, 27, had popped upstairs to the toilet when Teddy escaped from a garden pen. Elon's dad, Stephen Joynes, 35, was outside playing with another child when the incident occurred in Doncaster, South Yorks. Ellis frantically rang 999 shortly after 3pm and told the call handler Elon was still breathing but was "really poorly". Coroner's officer David Copley told the court: "He was bleeding from his leg or his tummy, she thought that one of the dogs had bitten Elon. "She had been on the toilet and her partner Stephen was outside with another child and came running in. "Officers attended and Stephen Joynes identified Elon to police officers." Tragic Elon, who...
    Was the teenage Kenosha shooting suspects possession of a gun protected by the Constitution? A state-by-state guide to the USAs best burritos Genius mother buys puppy pads from Kmart while toilet training her son An Australian mother has shared how she is preventing any carpet 'accidents' around the house while toilet training her three-year-old son. Shar Christoff Harris purchased Target's $59 Summer Infant My Size Potty for the family lounge room because her little boy 'isn't a fan' of the regular toilet, and she thought it might make it easier for him to learn. But with carpet surrounding the 'training zone' the Perth woman needed to come up with a way of protecting her precious floor - and discount store Kmart had the answer. 'Toilet training my son... thank you Kmart for a 100 pack of puppy pads for $20. Now our carpet won't get completely destroyed,' she wrote on Facebook. © Provided by Daily Mail Shar Christoff Harris purchased Target's $59 Summer Infant My Size Potty for the family lounge room because her little boy 'isn't a fan'...
    BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (AP) — People said we were crazy. We said we’d be careful. Maybe so, my doctor-uncle warned, but it would only take one moment of carelessness to get infected — one time finding ourselves too close to unmasked people. Others raised eyebrows in Zoom calls, silently judging our desire to spend a nonessential week at the beach in South Florida, the U.S. epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. Then I pointed out that we’d be traveling from Georgia, where Gov. Brian Kemp has steadfastly refused to order mask-wearing, just like Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. Only Kemp has gone further, saying most coronavirus infections are just like “a stomach bug or a flu or anything else,” and forbidding mayors from doing more than he would to preserve public health. When it comes to deaths from COVID-19, Georgia is winning this awful contest, with a rate of 36 per 100,000 people, compared to 33 in Florida, during the vacation week I’d signed up for. My family is incredibly privileged to be able to hunker down in a home with a...
    BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (AP) — People said we were crazy. We said we’d be careful. Maybe so, my doctor-uncle warned, but it would only take one moment of carelessness to get infected — one time finding ourselves too close to unmasked people. Others raised eyebrows in Zoom calls, silently judging our desire to spend a nonessential week at the beach in South Florida, the U.S. epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. Then I pointed out that we’d be traveling from Georgia, where Gov. Brian Kemp has steadfastly refused to order mask-wearing, just like Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. Only Kemp has gone further, saying most coronavirus infections are just like “a stomach bug or a flu or anything else,” and forbidding mayors from doing more than he would to preserve public health. When it comes to deaths from COVID-19, Georgia is winning this awful contest, with a rate of 36 per 100,000 people, compared to 33 in Florida, during the vacation week I’d signed up for. My family is incredibly privileged to be able to hunker down in a home with a...
    ELK GROVE (CBS13) – An Elk Grove resident was met by a startling sight when he walked into the bathroom. On Friday morning, Irma Zambrano says her husband was about to use the toilet when a snake, specifically a boa constrictor, popped out. “That’s like the worst nightmare is something coming out of the toilet,” Zambrano said. “We were thinking it’s going to run out and outrun everybody and wrap around us and suffocate us.” She called the city to come to remove the snake but was referred to a snake removal company. A worker from the company came to the home and pulled the 6-foot-long snake from the toilet. “I went in the bathroom, lifted up the toilet seat and lo and behold,” said Glenn Stough, with Ramirez Rattlesnake Removal. Stough has spent 15 years on the job and said he’s never seen anything like it. “He’s strong and he gets big and he grabbed onto something but he’s trying to pull me in with him. He was stronger than my tongs and I was about ready to grab...
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