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    KENDALL Jenner is a beautiful model. George Clooney is a talented actor. So it would stand to reason that both would be good at making tequila, a completely related skill... right? The U.S. Sun put the stars' spirits to the test, rating Kendall's 818 and Clooney's Casamigos in a blind taste test alongside other celebrity tequilas including The Rock's Teremana and Nick Jonas' Villa One. 11Several stars have released their own tequila brands, including (left to right) Nick Jonas, The Rock, George Clooney, and Kendall JennerCredit: Carly Stern 11Five staffers at The U.S. Sun did a blind taste test of the four tequila brandsCredit: Carly Stern GEORGE CLOONEY: CASAMIGOS Before the drinking even began, there was an assumption that George Clooney's tequila, Casamigos, would be the overall winner. After all, the brand has been around for nearly a decade and is a huge success, selling to alcoholic beverage company Diageo for $1 billion in 2017. But the reviews from our team of five taste testers were a mixed bag. read more: taste testsWILDE SIDE I recreated Olivia Wilde's famous salad...
    Five children who were rescued from the Turpin house of horrors only to be placed with an alleged pedophile were forced to eat their own vomit and told to commit suicide, DailyMail.com can reveal. The children were also hit with belts and sandals, told they were 'worthless', and threatened with being returned to depraved biological parents David and Louise Turpin – both now serving life sentences for years of abuse dished out to their 13 children. Earlier this year, DailyMail.com revealed that evil foster dad Marcelino Olguin, 63, has been charged with seven counts of committing a 'lewd and lascivious act on a child' and six of torture. His reign of terror was said to have been aided and abetted by his wife Rosa, 58, and daughter Lennys, 37, who were both landed with multiple child abuse charges, one of witness intimidation and another of fraud. The new details of the abuse visited on the siblings has emerged after three of the girls sued Riverside County Children's Services Division and contractor ChildNet in July for placing them in the Olguins'...
    AN ABUSED bear dubbed the "saddest in the world" was kept locked up in a tiny cage and forced to vomit so it could be used for a bizarre medicine. The Asiatic black bear, named Soi, tried to escape the horrific conditions by gnawing at the bars of his enclosure. 5Tragic Soi was confined to a tiny cage for the first years of his life in VietnamCredit: Jam Press/Four Paws 5The Asiatic black bear desperately tried to escape by gnawing at the bars of the cageCredit: Jam Press/Four Paws 5The animal was cruelly forced to be sick so the bile could be used for Chinese medicineCredit: Jam Press/Four Paws He spent the first years of his life cooped up in the minuscule makeshift pen that is smaller than a car, leaving him visibly miserable. Soi's former owner who lives in in the Son La province of Vietnam is believed to have sickeningly purchased him illegally to keep as a pet. According to animal welfare group Four Paws, he weighed just 7kg when he was a young cub....
    AN unknown substance has been released on a subway platform, causing straphangers to cough uncontrollably and vomit. The terrifying incident unfolded inside the 14 Street Union Square subway station in Manhattan on Friday morning. 1An unknown substance was released on a New York City subway platform causing a mass panic More to follow...For the latest news on this story, keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun. Topics Crime Police New York City YOU MIGHT LIKERECOMMENDED FOR YOUMORE FOR YOUMore from The SunExclusivePREP FOR PUTIN 2.0 Catastrophic warning on Putin's 70th birthday from Russian expertExclusiveGAS PANIC Putin nuking Black Sea would release 'killer gas cloud & trigger tsunamis'Exclusive'WHERE'S THE JUSTICE?' Lori Vallow blasted for 'playing games' as case takes shock turnSHOCKING Lori Vallow case suspended as judge vacates her murder trial over her competencyFollow The SunServices Sign Up To The Sun About Us Editorial Complaints Clarifications and Corrections News Licensing Advertising...
    THERE'S no shortage of washing when you're a parent, particularly with babies that go through one babygrow after another. But if you find yourself struggling to remove those pesky stains, including poo, vomit and even sunscreen, you might find these tips useful. 3Keep your baby's white clothes spotless with these handy tips Fabulous spoke with Neli Hristova, a domestic cleaner for Fantastic Services, as well as laundry expert and CEO of Laundryheap, Deyan Dimitrov who each have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to all things cleaning. With years of experience between them, they know a thing or two about getting whites whiter and brights brighter, plus fuss-free stain removal tricks that actually work. Here, the cleaning pros share the biggest mistakes many parents make when it comes to washing baby's clothes. And the most effective ways to remove common stains including bodily fluids and food. REFLUX AND VOMIT "Spit-ups are one of the most common and stubborn stains a parent has to deal with," Neli says. adding they often reappear. "The best...
    SIX children from the infamous Turpin family have alleged that they were forced to eat their own vomit by their foster parents, according to new lawsuits. They claim their foster parents forced them to recall the horrific abuse they suffered while living with biological parents Louise and David before they were rescued in 2018. 5Six of the Turpin kids have claimed they were forced to eat their own vomit by their foster parents, according to lawsuits. They are pictured with their biological parents David and LouiseCredit: Social Media - Refer to Source 5Investigators said the children were malnourished. They are pictured with their biological parents Louise and David 5Marcelino Olguin, 63, was charged with sexual abuse and physically and mentally torturing the foster kidsCredit: CBSLA Additionally, the kids say they were physically, sexually, and emotionally abused by their foster parents. The foster parents have been identified as Mr and Mrs O in court documents seen by Today. In their lawsuit, the children alleged the foster parents made sexually suggestive comments. They also claimed that they were forced to eat...
    IF you're struggling with diarrhoea then food is probably the last thing on your mind. The condition is nothing to worry about and affects most people from time to time. 1Having diarrhoea can be uncomfortable, but if you can, it's advised that you try and eat a littleCredit: Getty - Contributor At some point though, you're going to be lacking in energy and experts agree that you should eat solid food as soon as you feel able to. NHS medics recommend eating small, light meals and avoiding fatty or spicy foods. Official guidance states: "Salty foods help the most. "Good examples are potatoes, rice, bananas, soup, and boiled vegetables." Read more on diarrhoeaGUT FEELING What causes diarrhoea and how do I stop it?TOUGH GIG I drank a 'diarrhoea smoothie' in the name of science - it left me wanting to die Experts at St George's University Hospitals said you should also try and eat foods that make your stools firmer. These include: Rice Pasta Potatoes without the skin Dry cracker biscuits Chicken Beef Fish Scrambled eggs ...
    A YOUNG army officer choked to death on vomit after allegedly being forced to down alcohol in a "hazing" initiation ritual. Chiefs have suspended 11 officers following the death of Second Lieutenant Matias Ezequiel Chirino in Argentina. 3Matias Ezequiel Chirino, 22, died after an alleged hazing ritual in ArgentinaCredit: Newsflash 3Matias had just graduated after four years at military collegeCredit: Newsflash Officials said the 22-year-old died early on Sunday morning after a ceremony to mark joining his new regiment. An autopsy gave his cause of death as bronchial aspiration caused by the consumption of large amounts of alcohol. Grieving dad Ezequiel Chirino said his son had been forced to drink booze and throw himself into a pool at night in the cold, among other abuses. He said: "He was killed, without a doubt. It was not an accident." Read more military newsPLANE INFERNO Four killed after Russian military plane crashes 'en route to Ukraine' He called it "an abuse of authority" and said that those responsible "must go to jail". Matias was one of three officers being initiated into...
    MORE than a hundred hikers have fallen ill in the Grand Canyon since May due to highly contagious norovirus, according to health officials. The park in Arizona reported 118 cases of a gastrointestinal illness as of June 10, according to the Grand Canyon News. Most cases were found in May. 2Hiker finds two infected people on her trail and calls for emergency services to help 2The Grand Canyon has seen 118 cases of norovirus since May "It is unknown at this time what the source of the illness is," the National Park Service Office of Public Health said in a statement.  Health officials say the 118 infections have spanned 16 different trips in the Grand Canyon and Colorado River backcountry, with the most recent case reported on June 2.  "We have plateaued a little bit in terms of the number of reported cases, especially over the last three to four weeks," Joelle Baird, a public affairs specialist at the Grand Canyon National Park, told NBC. One case on May 15, involved a helicopter rescue and was documented by a hiker on...
    A WOMAN has been jailed for manslaughter after leaving her elderly dad to die in agony in squalid conditions. Laura Lawrence, 52, accepted a seven year and four month sentence after neglecting OAP Lyle Lawrence to such an extent that he "melted into bed beside piles of vomit". 4Laura Lawrence was jailed for manslaughter after neglecting her elderly dadCredit: KTVU 4Lyle Lawrence died in horrifying conditions at his home before being found by police days laterCredit: KTVU Horrified cops found 77-year-old Lyle dead in the home in Martinez, California where Laura also lived with her boyfriend Edmund Phillip St. John, 51, and their child. Laura allegedly called police on February 28 to report that her father had died at her home. Police noted in court records that the pensioner's body appeared to be "melting" into his bed at the filthy home which was filled with dirty adult diapers, rodents, black mold and "piles of vomit". At the time, officers claimed the decomposing body clearly showed that the retired postman had been dead for several days. Read More in US NewsDOUBLE...
    POLICE arrested a woman who was caught abusing her one-month-old son on camera while at a hospital. Ashten Kalli Teets, 29, was charged with child abuse causing injury. Her infant son is in stable condition but has suffered major injuries. 2Ashten Kalli Teets, 29, was arrested after security footage showed her stuffingCredit: Charleston Police Department Security cameras at the Charleston Area Medical Center caught Teets abusing her son. The woman was caught shoving her fingers down the infant’s throat on multiple occasions in order to get him to vomit. “We are very thankful that CAMC was on top of it and reported it quickly so we could make the arrest,” said Charleston Police Lt. Tony Hazelett at a press conference. The baby was previously at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown. Staff at the hospital reported that he was able to gain weight when his mother was being helped during feeding.  However, when mother and child were alone, the baby could not keep the weight on. Teets was reported to Child Protective Services for possible abuse. Teets then brought her son...
    The Gen Z creator of the 'Birds Aren't Real' conspiracy theory — which argues that the US government killed billions of birds in the twentieth century and replaced them with surveillance drones — drew attention to the movement on Thursday by vomiting during a live news broadcast.   Peter McIndoe, 23, appeared on Chicago's WGN yesterday to discuss the 'Birds Aren't Real' movement, but less than a minute into the broadcast, he appeared to choke and spew liquid at the screen. Cameras quickly cut away, and McIndoe has claimed to be embarrassed by the incident — but fans familiar with his brand of humor are calling the stunt 'genius' and the 'ultimate troll interview move.' Peter McIndoe, 23, appeared on Chicago's WGN on Thursday to discuss the 'Birds Aren't Real' movement While being interviewed on a morning newscast, McIndoe appeared to take a sip from a cup of coffee before spewing white liquid and making gagging noises He apologized and claimed he was 'nervous,' and on Instagram he said he was 'embarrassed' and that he 'totally messed it up' What is...
    Two University of Kansas fraternity houses have been suspended for their 'exceedingly dangerous' hazing practices.  Phi Gamma Delta and Phi Delta Theta have both had their status as 'registered student organizations' suspended until 2027 - until all of its current members graduate - after investigators uncovered shocking allegations of abuse against pledges. Pledges were allegedly forced to sleep in sheets soiled with vomit and urine, were rolled into mattresses and violently slammed into walls - leaving one brother with a concussion - and one pledge was even forced to watch a video of a dolphin being mutilated and tortured as a sick punishment. Others were reportedly made to go for extended periods without sleeping and forced to drink lots of alcohol in a pattern of 'emotional torture' and 'forced servitude'.  Probes into the two fraternities were opened by their national chapters after KU students reported their treatment.  Both chapters have undergone probes before - Phi Gamma Delta was scrutinized in 2012, 2015 and 2020, while Phi Delta Theta underwent probes in 2010, 2019 and August of this year.   Pledges at Phi Gamma...
    GROWING up, we couldn't go to the beach without sneaking a cool-looking pebble back in our pockets. But while we'd instantly lose interest as soon as we got home, TikToker Karla revealed how she proudly took her "pet" rock everywhere with her when she was eight years old. 2Karla's video has racked up over 10 MILLION viewsCredit: tiktok 2The twist ending had viewers reelingCredit: instagram In a viral video that's racked up over 10 MILLION views, Karla explained how it became her "best friend" when she was third grade [year four]. For the best part of a year, the 21-year-old says she took it "everywhere". But one unfortunate evening, the primary schoolgirl thought she'd bring the rock in the bath with her. And that's how she found out it wasn't really a rock at all... FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED She explained: "You think you can hurt me?” “When I was 8 I found a cool rock at the beach, named it, made it my best friend, took it everywhere with me. Most read...
    LIONEL MESSI missed Paris Saint-Germain training on Tuesday with nasty diarrhoea and vomit-inducing bug gastroenteritis. It came after the Argentine legend scooped his record seventh Ballon d'Or at the swanky ceremony on Monday night. 1Seven-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi has been struck down with a nasty stomach bug which caused him to miss PSG training on TuesdayCredit: EPA PSG wrote on their website on Tuesday: "Lionel Messi and Leandro Paredes missed out on training today due to symptoms of gastroenteritis. "A point will be made tomorrow morning." Messi scooped consecutive Golden Balls having picked up the gong in 2019 - the last time it was awarded. But not everyone was convinced he should have won it ahead of Bayern Munich's goal machine Robert Lewandowski. Messi's hardly set the world alight since joining PSG from Barcelona this summer - leaving several of football's elite questioning the decision to hand him the prestigious gong. Leading the outcry was German legend Lothar Matthäus who claimed Messi's win was incredulous, stating: "Honestly, I don't understand anything anymore." Most read in SoccerINNOCENCE OF YOUTH England U21...
    Jason Merritt/Getty Images Will Smith may know better than anyone that you never forget your first love. In his new memoir Will, the actor revealed that he developed a “psychosomatic reaction” to having an orgasm following his first heartbreak, which sometimes caused him to vomit after sex. Smith shared that when he was 16-years-old, he began seeing a girl named Melanie Parker, who he said had already endured so much pain at that age, as her mother was imprisoned for killing her father. Parker, who Smith said “had been the center of my life” since the day he met her, eventually moved in with him and his family. “Healing the pain of her trauma became my constant preoccupation. The look in Melanie’s eyes became the substitute for [my grandmother] Gigi’s approval,” he said. “I’ve always needed a woman to achieve for.” Things changed when Smith began traveling while on tour, as Paker cheated on him while he was away, prompting Smith to have sex with a myriad of other women. “I had sex with so many women, and it was so constitutionally disagreeable...
    More On: will smith Will Smith ‘looks like a Pixar version of himself’ in new TV interview Seth Rogen explains why Will Smith is ‘better at being famous’ than he is Will Smith reveals guilt he felt after failing to protect mom from his abusive father Jared Leto now claims he never sent used condoms to ‘Suicide Squad’ cast Will Smith handled heartbreak not by listening to sad tunes but by having too much sex — and vomiting as a result. The “King Richard” star revealed in his new memoir, “Will,” that he turned into a gag-prone “ghetto hyena” sexually after his then-girlfriend, Melanie, cheated on him. “I desperately need relief but as there is no pill for heartbreak, I resorted to the homeopathic remedies of shopping and rampant sexual intercourse,” Will writes (via BuzzFeed News). “Up until this point in my life, I had only had sex with one woman other than Melanie, but over the next few months, I went full ghetto hyena.” Apparently, that didn’t agree with his inner being, so Smith developed a “psychosomatic reaction”...
    Will Smith has revealed that he used to 'gag and sometimes even vomit' after orgasming because he was having 'rampant sex' with 'so many women' that it triggered a 'disagreeable... psychosomatic reaction'.    The 53-year-old opened up about the startling issue in his new memoir, Will, explaining how he turned to 'rampant sexual intercourse' to cope with the trauma of being cheated on by his first serious girlfriend as a teenager. For several months, the actor, who is now married with two children, tried to heal his heartbreak by sleeping around — but instead it left him 'retching and wretched' with a nauseating psychosomatic reaction to sexual climax. In his memoir, he discusses his first serious relationship with his teenage sweetheart Melanie Parker, whom he met when he was 16. 'From the day I met her, Melanie had been the center of my life,' Will wrote.  Will Smith has revealed that he used to 'literally... gag and sometimes even vomit' after having an orgasm The 53-year-old explained how he coped after his first serious girlfriend cheated on him when they were teens. He resorted...
    A LUCKY fisherman is in line for a huge windfall of more than £1 million after finding a rare ‘whale vomit’ washed up on a Thai beach. Narong Phetcharaj, was returning to shore when he spotted the strange lump on the coast of Niyom, southern Thailand. 5Narong Phetcharaj found the lump while walking on a Thai beachCredit: ViralPress 5It was later identified as a rare substance called AmbergrisCredit: ViralPress 5The whale vomit was discovered along the shore on the coast of Niyom, southern ThailandCredit: ViralPress Suspecting it might be worth some money, the fisherman took the mass lump to experts at the Prince of Songkla University, who identified it as ambergris. Ambergris is dubbed a sea treasure and is produced by sperm whales who usually vomit out indigestible elements which solidifies and floats on the surface of the ocean. Ambergris has been called the "treasure of the sea" and "floating gold". Its value lies in its role in the fragrance industry as high-end perfumes from houses such as Chanel and Lanvin use it to fix scent to human skin, National Geographic explains....
    Teenager Zeynep Gunay has died after choking on her own vomit on an Turkish amusement park ride called the Kamikaze A teenager has died after choking on her own vomit on a Turkish amusement park ride called the Kamikaze. The family of Zeynep Gunay, 19, claim that operators ignored their pleas for the ride to be stopped after they noticed she was in distress on Monday. The incident happened between 14:00 and 15:00 local time at Hayrola Luna Park Istanbul's Avcilar district.  Gunay, who dreamed of becoming a psychologist, went to the park to relax as she awaited her exam results. A final photo from CCTV footage shows the teenager, wearing a white mask, grey hijab and a light jacket with a pattern on it, seated on the ride waiting for it to begin. Gunay reportedly fell unconscious on the ride and vomited. Her parents claim they repeatedly asked operators to stop the ride but were ignored. They also allege that, when the ride was eventually stopped and she was removed unconscious, operators advised Gunay be 'slapped two or...
    FANS of Dr. Pimple Popper expressed disgust on Twitter as they watched a particularly nasty episode on TLC on Wednesday. A woman with a cyst the “size of a baby’s HEAD” on her arm went to Dr. Sandra Lee for help and it clearly turned viewers' stomachs. 5Dr. Pimple Popper fans took to Twitter to show their disgust as Sandra Lee helped a woman with a cyst the size of a baby's head on her shoulder 5The woman was awake during the surgery to remove the massive cyst 5The cyst was successfully removed by Lee Among the tweets included a GIF of a man vomiting and a Twitter user who wrote: "my grandma likes to watch Dr. Pimple Popper while we eat [vomiting emoji]" "Has anyone run across the Dr. Pimple Popper channel, I just did, and I just about lost it!" came another tweet. Another person chimed in: "Me: *watching Dr Pimple Popper* Ror: “what are you watching Auntie? What is that gross thing?" Giving fans a glimpse of what was to come, Sandra took to Instagram on Wednesday...
    She's been living life to the fullest since partnering up with rapper Machine Gun Kelly last year. And Megan Fox revealed Monday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live that her quest for new experiences included an ayahuasca trip in Costa Rica with her boyfriend that sent her to the depths of 'hell.' Despite how horrifying her drug trip sounded, the 35-year-old Jennifer's Body star told guest host Arsenio Hall that it was actually therapeutic. Taking a trip: Megan Fox, 35, admitted to guest host Arsenio Hall on Monday's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live that she had a hellacious yet therapeutic ayahuasca trip with boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly 'So we went to Costa Rico to do ayahuasca in an indigenous setting,' she shared, adding that it wasn't the glamorous 'five-star' experience she had been expecting. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Britney Spears shares fresh-faced selfie before breaking... Justin Bieber sports a green-and-white checkered jersey on a... Paris Hilton rocks a blue floral dress as she enjoys a... Lindsey Vonn glows in a sheer...
    Tiny droplets which can harbour small pieces of urine, faeces, vomit and viruses float into the air at mouth-level after a toilet is flushed, a new study has warned. It shows that tens of thousands of particles are spewed into the air by a flush and can rise several feet above the ground.  Droplets were spotted floating around five foot (1.5m) in the air for more than 20 seconds, with researchers pointing out this poses a risk of inhalation.  Small droplets and aerosols are so light they can float around in the air on tiny draught, before settling on a surface.  Researchers say that they can also act as vectors for diseases. SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes Covid-19, for example, has been found alive in human faeces.  Therefore, scientists warn that flush-propelled particles from an infected person's faeces could float into the air, be sucked in by a passer-by, and infect them.   A study found aerosol droplets from a toilet flush can float around five foot (1.5m) in the air for more than 20 seconds, with researchers pointing out...
    A TODDLER in Australia died after suffering injuries similar to being in a high-speed car crash, a hearing was told today. The 22-month-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was rushed to Melbourne hospital after he was found unresponsive on a vomit-covered pillow in February 2015. 1The toddler died in 2015 after sustaining injuries similar to being in a 'high-speed car crash' A post mortem of the toddler found that he had suffered from cardiac respiratory arrest with the cause of death unknown. Today a coronial investigation began into the boy's death to examine the circumstances leading up to his death. Experts were called to give evidence about the boy's injuries and the drugs uncovered in his system at today's hearing. Just three days before he died, the boy was brought to hospital with internal bleeding and an injury to his testicles, the hearing heard. The type of bleed found in the boy's abdominal membrane was similar to the result of a "high speed" road traffic crash where seat belts are used, forensic pathologist Dr Yeliena Baber said. The...
    Daniel Suarez. AP Photo/John Raoux NASCAR driver Daniel Suarez fought through a difficult final 15 laps on Sunday. After the race, Suarez revealed that he had thrown up in his helmet heading into the final stretch. Suarez toughed it out through the final laps and finished 16th, his best finish since 2019. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. NASCAR driver Daniel Suarez had himself quite a wild ride on Sunday. Racing the Daytona road course Sunday, Suarez finished 16th — his best finish since 2019 in a Cup Series race. But Suarez's finish didn't come without some struggle. As he revealed after the race, Suarez had thrown up inside his helmet with 15 laps to go, and had to tough it out through the end of the race despite the nasty situation. "I started to feel sick with 25 laps to go and threw up in the car with 15 laps to go (yes, inside the helmet)," Suarez wrote on Twitter. "Those last 15 laps were definitely NOT fun to run... You guys can imagine..." —Daniel Suárez...
    Victoria Toth, 26, (pictured) and her boyfriend, Johnathan Pursglove, 27, were both charged with aggravated manslaughter over the death of Toth's son Jayce Martin in Orlando, Florida, in 2018  The mother of a two-year-old boy who died when a 'sucker punch' to the stomach caused his intestines to 'explode' has pleaded guilty to aggravated child neglect. Victoria Toth, 26, and her boyfriend, Johnathan Pursglove, 27, were both charged with aggravated manslaughter over the death of Toth's son Jayce Martin in Orlando, Florida, in 2018.  Now Toth faces 15 years in jail after pleading guilty to child neglect yesterday as part of a deal that saw the more-severe charge dropped. Officials have not revealed who they suspect beat Jayce. But they pointed out Pursglove has a history of domestic violence. His plea hearing is scheduled for March 3, The Orlando Sentinel reports. Jacye was malnourished and bruised when he was found unresponsive and surrounded by vomit and bile on the floor of his bedroom, medics said.  An arrest affidavit for Toth said her son was likely tortured to death - and...
    Second gentleman Doug Emhoff is ever the proud husband to America's first woman vice president, Kamala Harris. Andrew Harnik/AP Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband, Doug Emhoff, have been married for six years. Emhoff's son, Cole, describes them as "almost vomit-inducingly cute and coupley." The couple can often be seen laughing together and engaging in public displays of affection. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Doug Emhoff describes meeting Vice President Kamala Harris as "love at first sight." They've now been married for six years, and they still can't seem to get enough of each other. In an interview with the New York Times, Emhoff's children, Cole and Ella, described his relationship with Harris as "almost vomit-inducingly cute and coupley" and "like the honeymoon phase forever."  Here are some of their sweetest moments through the years.
    A Thai fisherman has had an extremely lucky catch, finding a waxy lump that may be whale vomit worth as much as £210,000. Chalermchai Mahapan, 20, came across the seven-kilogram lump shortly after docking his boat at Samila Beach in the southern Songkhla province on January 6. He said he had been out catching mullet when the weather suddenly changed and he was forced to return to shore early. As he pushed his boat to dock, Chalermchai said he noticed a white lump in the sand that was being pushed by currents towards the beach.  Thai fisherman Chalermchai Mahapan, 20,(pictured) had an extremely lucky catch, finding a waxy lump that may be whale vomit worth as much as £210,000 Chalermchai said he had been out catching mullet when the weather suddenly changed and he was forced to return to shore early. As he pushed his boat to dock, he said he noticed a white lump in the sand that was being pushed by currents towards the beach Chalermchai took the mysterious mass home to try and figure out...
    MASSIVE poisonous caterpillars covered in venomous spikes that cause people to vomit are invading American homes, officials have warned. The insects – called 'puss caterpillars' will 'cause a painful reaction if touched,' the Virginia Department of Forestry has warned. 5Officials are warning about a hairy 'venomous' caterpillar that can cause people to vomitCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5The 'puss caterpillar' has been found in Virginia homes this yearCredit: Getty Images - Getty The insects likely got their name due to their resemblance to a cat's fur and tail, according to the University of Florida. Caterpillars have a thick coating of hair all over their body – and venomous spines that will sting if touched, the University of Florida warned. "The 'hairs' of this caterpillar are actually venomous spines that cause a painful reaction if touched," the Virginia Department of Forestry said. University of Florida entomologist Don Hall told National Geographic in 2014 that the insect's stings can feel "like a bee sting, only worse." "The pain immediately and rapidly gets worse after being stung, and can even make your bones hurt,”...
    A BRIDE-TO-BE has been left unable to eat for four years while battling a rare condition - that has seen her die four times. Young mum Jessica Elliott dropped to just 5st 6lb after developing an aggressive form of Crohn’s disease. 6Jessica Elliot has been clinically dead four times this year Credit: Jesscia Elliot. 6Jessica is set yo marry her partner Josh, they are pictured together above with her little boy AlfredCredit: Jesscia Elliot. Her condition is so severe she vomits up to 30 times a day, with her stomach valves firing back food like a “pinball machine”. The 25-year-old, of Southampton, Hants, has been clinically dead four times this year. In January, she suffered a cardiac arrest after her potassium levels dropped so low that her heart stopped beating. Despite undergoing countless treatments, Jessica, who is mum to five-year-old Alfred, has been told there is nothing the NHS can do other than repeatedly restart her heart and send her home. “This year alone I’ve been in hospital nine times and I’m terrified that the next time could be the...
    During a press conference following a mass shooting in Rochester, New York, on Saturday night, Rochester Police Department (RPD) Captain Frank Umbrino unloaded on Democrats’ policies, specifically bail reform, for wreaking havoc in the neighborhood. The police captain also seemingly railed at protesters and activists from outside the city for speaking on behalf of a neighborhood they would not even visit, according to Umbrino. The dozens of people he’s talked to from the neighborhood, the captain said, want them “to get the hell out of their city.” The city of Rochester has been subjected to at-times violent protesting for two weeks now, in response to the death  of Daniel Prude, a black man who died back in March about a week following an interaction with the RPD — and interaction that occurred after Prude’s brother, Joe Prude, called 911 asking for help. The mass shooting on Saturday night killed Jarvis Alexander and Jaquayla Young, two teens who had just graduated high school. Mr. Umbrino said the teens were likely not targets, but collateral damage following some sort of verbal altercation; gang...
    Vomiting may be caused by a stomach bug such as norovirus. Piotr Marcinski / EyeEm /Getty Images You can stop vomiting by using methods like deep breathing exercises, getting fresh air, drinking ginger tea, and eating saltines. Some of the most common causes of vomiting include stomach viruses, food poisoning, pregnancy, and motion sickness. Deep breathing and getting fresh air may be especially helpful for motion sickness. This article was medically reviewed by Julia Blank, MD, family medicine physician at Providence Saint John's Health Centre in Santa Monica, California. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Vomiting is an unpleasant but common symptom that can be caused by many different conditions, ranging from pregnancy to food poisoning.  Most of the time, vomiting isn't harmful and will resolve on its own, but you can help soothe your stomach and ease nausea and vomiting using home remedies like eating ginger or doing deep breathing. Here are five methods you can use at home to help you stop vomiting and feel better. Common causes of vomitingVomiting can be caused by many different...
    When First Lady Melania Trump delivered her speech Tuesday night for the Republican National Convention, CNN political analyst Brian Karem, who also serves as a White house correspondent for Playboy, responded to faux-comedienne Kathy Griffin’s tweet “Seriously, f*** this bitch” with a typically objective reply for a left-wing journalist: “Makes me want to vomit.” Makes me want to vomit. — Brian J. Karem (@BrianKarem) August 26, 2020 POTUS holds up what appears to be a blank piece of paper claiming it contains the Mexican deal. Refuses to answer when I ask him to show us. ⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩ pic.twitter.com/m8sgJer9Uq — Brian J. Karem (@BrianKarem) June 11, 2019 In June 2019, Karem was accused of spreading “fake news” on Twitter after claiming that the paper President Trump waved of a written agreement between the U.S. and Mexico was blank. Karem tweeted, “POTUS holds up what appears to be a blank piece of paper claiming it contains the Mexican deal. Refuses to answer when I ask him to show us.” Washington Post photographer Jabin Botsford showed the folded piece of paper with...
    A baby was found crying, sweating, and covered in her own vomit after police in Texas rescued her from an SUV on a searingly hot day.  According to a press release from the Duncanville Police Department, officers responded to the 900 block of Gemini Avenue at around 5pm on Friday after getting a call from a witness reporting a child who was left alone and appearing to be sleeping in a parked SUV.  The officer who arrived on a scene found the child restrained in her car sear in the backseat. The one-year-old girl was crying, sweating and was covered in vomit. A Duncanville police officer responded to the 900 block of Gemini Avenue on Friday after getting a report about a child sleeping alone in an SUV The officer used his baton to smash the front passenger window to open the SUV  As the officer's body camera video shows, he requested paramedics over his portable radio, then grabbed his baton and shattered the front passenger window to gain access to the stranded infant sobbing in the back.  He...
    Courtesy of Netflix Ayahuasca is a brew of Amazonian plants that have a psychoactive effect when combined. The substance has been used as medicine in indigenous South American cultures for thousands of years. More recently, ayahuasca has become popular in Western wellness circles as a form of relief for various illnesses and as a path to self-discovery. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Angela Murray tried ayahuasca as a last-ditch effort.  The Florida woman struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder for years after her husband killed her daughter and himself in 2008. She was planning on taking her own life until she came across ayahuasca, a psychedelic plant-based drink with supposed healing properties, through a veterans support group. An episode of Netflix's new docuseries "(Un)Well" follows Murray through her second ayahuasca experience during a retreat at Soul Quest Ayahuasca Church in Orlando, Florida. The show also travels to Peru, where indigenous tribes have used the hallucinogenic brew in spiritual medicine practices for thousands of years. The ancient medicine has made its way into Western culture in recent years....
    A MUM-of-three revealed the moment she hit rock bottom as she sat in the bathtub fully clothed, while her husband sprayed lumps of sick off her while holding their baby.  Victoria Vanstone, originally from Brighton, was a self-confessed ‘party animal’, who hadn’t been sober in 20 years until she fell pregnant at 35.  8Victoria Vanstone is now a mum-of-three and lives in AustraliaCredit: Instagram / drunkmummysobermummy Victoria stopped drinking during her pregnancies, but old habits crept back and after she’d given birth she’d start drinking again, despite vowing to continue her sober streak.  Now living on the Gold Coast, Australia, Victoria said weeks would pass when she was a ‘good mum’, but she’d end up overdoing it on her rare ‘mum nights out’.  Now 43, she recalled the moment she decided she needed help, after heading out with her friends desperate to ‘go out and be me again’.  As she woke up with a raging hangover, she could hear her baby crying, but knew she couldn’t breastfeed him as her milk was “toxic, spoiled”.  8She's been sober for two years,...
    THIS bizarre 'alien' object that washed up on an Australian beach could be worth up to £800,000 if it turns out to be whale vomit. The blob-like figure was found on Urangan Beach in Queensland last Friday. 1A woman stumbled upon this blob-like object on Urangan Beach in Australia The woman who stumbled up on the sand-covered lump shared an image on Facebook asking if it was a "dangerous stonefish". However, many of those comments said they thought it was ambergris - which is a rare and valuable ingredient used in making perfume. Ambergris - a hard amber-like substance - is a highly sought after by perfume companies and can cost up to £18 per gram. In 2016, a family in South Australia made more than £800,000 after they found a clump of ambergris that had washed ashore. In Morecambe, Lancs., a beachwalker found a lump of the stinky yellow rock worth up to £100,000 in 2016. Ambergris is made in the intestines of sperm whales as "slurry" before it hardens in the water as it's spewed from its body....
    A MUM has been left devastated after she woke up on the morning of her 30th birthday to find her baby daughter dead lying face down in her bed. Elle Wilkinson discovered her one-year-old Lola lying face down at their home in Sydney, Australia. 2Elle Wilkinson, from Caringbah in Sydney’s south, with Lola shortly before the tragedy.Credit: Gofundme 2Lola was found face down with vomit on the bedCredit: Gofundme Elle’s pal Chloe told Yahoo News Australia how the mum-of-two had been getting ready for the day on June 17 when she realised Lola was sleeping in longer than usual. The infant, who was just 12 days away from her second birthday, was then found face down with vomit on the bed beside her, the friend said. Chloe said Elle then picked her daughter up and saw the colour of her skin was different.  Son Ruben, eight, then ran for help but neighbours tried in vain to revive Lola. Chloe said: “Elle isn’t very good, she can’t talk about it. She’s very, very traumatised.”  Just the day the before Chloe said...
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