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    DOG owners could be stopped and searched by the council if they are not carrying poo bags. Those who do not clean up after their pets while on a walk even face £100 fines. 1Dog owners could be fined for not carrying poo bagsCredit: Alamy Hammersmith and Fulham council in west London is running a consultation on the potential legislation until January. The suggested public space protection order (PSPO) would also limit the number of dogs walked to four per person and enable council officers to order the use of leads in places like cemeteries. Apart from not picking up their dog's poo, owners could also be fined if their dog is deemed to be acting too aggressively. The PSPO would give offenders 14 days to pay the fine which would be reduced to £60 if paid within a week and non-payment could result in prosecution. READ MORE ON FABBILL BUSTER I’m a mom - I've turned off vampire devices to see how much money we'd saveDADDY UN-COOL Man who says he’s the ‘hot dad’ on school run gets utterly...
    Quentin Tarantino is defending his long-controversial usage of the N-word in his movies in a new interview. The 59-year-old filmmaker was a guest on the HBO Max series Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace, when Chris Wallace asked about the controversial aspects of his films. Wallace asked, 'You talk about being the conductor and the audience being the orchestra. So when people say, "Well there’s too much violence in his movies. He uses the N-word too often." You say what?' Tarantino responded, 'You should see something else.' Defending: Defending: Quentin Tarantino is defending his long-controversial usage of the N-word in his movies in a new interview 'Then see something else. If you have a problem with my movies then they aren’t the movies to go see. Apparently I’m not making them for you,' Tarantino said. One of the director's longtime collaborators, Samuel L. Jackson, defending Tarantino's writing in a 2019 interview with Esquire. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next That's a wrap! Quentin Tarantino, 59 - the director behind... Quentin Tarantino says Kanye West pitched him a 'really......
    YOGA enthusiasts and hardcore runners know Lululemon's prestige workout clothing is the crown jewel of any fitness fan's wardrobe. But you don't need to spend hundreds of dollars to fill your closet with high-performance styles, one former employee said. 7A former Lululemon employee said dupes of the brand are available on AmazonCredit: TikTok/ arianavitale 7Vitale shared her favorite 'identical' substitutes, including these joggersCredit: TikTok/ arianavitale Instead, turn to Amazon, where there are plenty of Lululemon duplicates, including the discontinued Wunder Under leggings. Ariana Vitale shared her shopping list of the best Lululemon "dupes" on Amazon. They're exact dupes, Vitale said, and she would know – she's intimately familiar with the company's catalog because she used to work there. "I used to work at Lululemon, for two-and-a-half years," Vitale said on TikTok. READ MORE: FASHIONDUPE ALERT I’m midsize - I was obsessed with Skims but I’ve replaced everything with dupesin the jeans I’m a fashion expert and I can tell how old you are based on what you wear Her favorite Amazon finds are products buyers "would never know are not...
    Getty Maxx Crosby hugging Davante Adams. Any hype the Las Vegas Raiders had regarding the 2022 season has completely evaporated following a 2-6 start. The team had no reason to lose to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 9. They were up 17-0 early in the game but ended up losing 27-20. That loss was the final straw for some fans. Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard is an Oakland, California, native who has remained a big Raiders fan. He’ll likely continue to be a fan of the team but he holds no hard feelings if some star players decide to ditch the team. He made it clear that he wouldn’t even be mad if Maxx Crosby, Davante Adams and Darren Waller decided to leave Las Vegas. If Crosby, Tae, and Waller get tf out of Vegas I wouldn’t be mad at em.. this bad — Damian Lillard (@Dame_Lillard) November 6, 2022 All three signed long-term contracts with the Raiders this offseason so they aren’t likely going anywhere. However, Lillard’s comments do illustrate how frustrated the fan base is...
    LEMON and lime are two flavors that compliment each other well, but they may be more similar than you'd think. A YouTuber has explained why limes are sold when they're green, and the color that they actually turn when they are ripe. 2YouTuber Jared Rydelek revealed the actual color of ripe limes to his followersCredit: YouTube YouTuber Jared Rydelek, who operates the channel Weird Explorer, revealed that ripe limes are actually yellow. "If you let a lime sit on a tree longer, it turns yellow," Jared explained to his viewers. He continued: "I'm guessing that the green ones probably would last longer. Like you see limes in the store, I'm sure they're probably there for about a month." Jared tried a green lime and a ripe yellow lime to compare the difference in taste. Read More LifestyleTWIST AND BITE People have just the right way to open your store bagelRED ALERT People are just realizing the red balls outside Target are more than décor While the green lime tasted sour, the YouTube said the yellow one was less acidic and...
    A Democratic mayor in Texas says she backs Republican governor's decision to bus illegal migrants to liberal sanctuary cities - and insisted those moved were never lied-to about their final destination.  Yolanda Ramon, mayor pro-tem of Eagle Pass, Texas, said migrants she's met who have crossed into the US are often just looking for get further away from the border and would appreciate the help getting there. She told Fox News she agrees with moves by Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to move migrants to so-called sanctuary cities including New York and Chicago, as well as ritzy and woke Martha's Vineyard.   She also said they often are unaware of how far other cities are once they arrive in the country, which is why they're often ready to take up offers of free transportation to northern cities.  'I can tell you one thing, they’re not being lied to. You run into them at the gas station, they’ll tell you I just want to go somewhere. I just want to go further up north,' Ramon said.   Yolanda Ramon, mayor...
    Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia have closed their doors to military reservists fleeing from Russia to avoid being forced to fight in Ukraine. Estonian Interior Minister Lauri Laanemets argued that Putin’s decision to send hundreds of thousands of reservists to the front “reinforces the sanctions we have imposed to date, because it will hopefully increase discontent among the population”—and that providing the reservists with asylum in Estonia would undermine that effect. The country’s prime minister, Kaja Kallas, spelled out her theory of ordinary Russians’ collective guilt for Putin’s war. “Every citizen is responsible for the actions of their state,” Kallas said, “and Russians are no exception. Therefore we do not give asylum to Russian men who flee their country. They should oppose the war.” Lithuania’s foreign minister, Gabrielius Landsbergis, echoed the sentiment—with an extra dose of contempt for the Russians fleeing from conscripted service, saying that his country wouldn’t be offering asylum to those who are “simply running from responsibility” instead of staying in the country and participating in a hypothetical revolution against Putin’s government. That’s contemptible nonsense. As a...
    There was a time when Western Europe was the destination of choice for Russian tourists. But things have changed. Max, a Russian in his 40s, used to stroll museums in France, enjoy fine cuisine in Italy, and go on hikes on the hills of Spain. Then Russia invaded Ukraine. This year, Max, who told CNBC that he's not comfortable sharing his last name, "did not even consider" Europe as a vacation destination.  "I am aware of the problems with obtaining visas to European countries," he said. Last week, the European Union agreed to suspend a 2007 travel agreement with Moscow which facilitated the issuance of visas to Russians. The move will make it more difficult and expensive for Russians to travel to the bloc.In the future, when Putin leaves and we become a normal country again, I hope that I will be able to visit Europe again.MaxRussian citizenThe closure of EU airspace to Russian airlines in February also made traveling difficult. "The bad irony is that I am absolutely against the war and Putin, but I also experience travel difficulties,"...
    (CNN)The city of Las Vegas, New Mexico, will be able to use a nearby lake as a backup water supply, effectively extending its water countdown from 20 days to more than four months. A river and reservoir that supplied most of the city's water were tainted by ashy sludge this summer after a massive wildfire burned hundreds of thousands of acres in the watershed. Torrential monsoon rainfall then washed the charred debris into the water system. Officials completed a series of tests to ensure the water from the nearby lake is safe to drink and can be pumped through its pipes, city utilities director Maria Gilvarry told CNN. The new lake water could give them around 100 more days of water.In the meantime, Gilvarry said, the city's water conservation efforts have increased its current supply to about 30 days. The sources combined effectively give Las Vegas a little more than four months of fresh water -- time officials will use to implement a new treatment process that can handle the contaminated water."This is a temporary fix to keep us with...
    The average life expectancy of Californians has dramatically declined in the last year, according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Californians are losing, on average, two years of their lives, per the CDC’s latest National Vital Statistics Report, which tracked mortality rates for all 50 states from 2019 to 2020. The report shows that every state and the District of Columbia experienced a drop in life expectancy, with the national average being 77 years — one year shorter than the previous year’s study at 78. The states with the greatest declines in life expectancies include those in the “Southwest and U.S.-Mexico border area,” including Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Washington, D.C., and New Jersey. The data in the study was compiled using final death counts from the National Vital Statistics System, population numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau and state-specific death and population counts from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. California California’s extreme wildfires taking lethal toll on elderly who can’t escape flames All four deaths in the...
    A MUM has revealed she's had four babies in less than a year - and no, they're not quadruplets. Life is full of surprises - and one mum, who posts under the username @mumandbbyaza on TikTok, was certainly in for one this year. 5The woman became a mother to four children in less than a yearCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 5The newborn was very soon joined by three siblingsCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk The parent shared a heartwarming snap of her at the hospital with her baby and her husband by their side, explaining that this was their first newborn. But little did they know their lives would soon turn upside down and the baby would be joined by siblings - a total of three. And it seems that the mum and dad duo were not aware of this either, as two months later she found out she had become pregnant again. According to the woman, doctors had initially told her there were two more children on the way - a set of adorable twins. read...
    RED Solo cups are synonymous with partying, but the disposable drinkware has lots of everyday uses. The real meanings of the lines seem mundane, but you might find yourself using the measurements every day. 2The iconic red Solo cup is often associated with alcohol and college partiesCredit: Getty 2The indented lines on the cup are actually indicators for everyday measurementsCredit: Getty According to Reader's Digest, there's a common misconception that the lines on red Solo cups are intended for measuring alcohol. "People use the lines on plastic cups for pouring drinks," the experts explained, because the measurements associated with each line correspond with standard alcohol serving sizes. "The bottom-most line, measuring one ounce, is thought to be for pouring liquor," the common explanation goes. In the middle of the cup is the five-ounce line – associated with the perfect serving of wine. READ MORE: LIFE HACKSSTORAGE CLEAN I’m a Dollar Tree super fan - I know the best organizing home hacks for $1.25FUN FACT The red balls outside Target are more than decor – expert reveals their real use...
    Twins aren’t getting what they paid for in Carlos Correa. The Minnesota Twins made a shocking move during last year’s MLB free agency when they signed Carlos Correa to a three-year deal worth $105.3 million. It included two opt-outs, one after 2022 and one after the 2023 season.  Prior to the season, it was widely believed that Carlos was likely to opt out after the 2022 season since he could make more in a standard free agency year. While he might not make more than $35.1 million per year, he could top the 105.3 valuation.  His $35.1 salary this year is the 5th-highest in the MLB, bringing many expectations to how Carlos Correa plays. Has he met those expectations? The two-time All-Star and Rookie of the Year award winner had an excellent career in Houston including winning a murky World Series. He’s played like a great shortstop when healthy which wasn’t always the case from 2017-19. He played in only 294 of 486 possible games during that span due to injuries. That gave some teams some pause in addition to the...
    California and the rest of the United States are playing catch up with an electrified mode of transit that is firmly cemented in Asia and Europe: the e-bike. But as battery-powered bicycles grow in popularity here, safety concerns are growing too. Several Southern Californians have sued e-bike manufactures after crashes or malfunctions, including one in 2021 that resulted in the death of a 12-year-old Pacific Palisades girl. “There has to be some awareness that this is not a toy,” said Aaron Wong, co-founder of Super73, an Irvine-based manufacturer of electric bikes. What are e-bikes? The term “e-bike” refers to two-wheeled electric-motor-assisted bicycles. E-bikes are produced with all the features of a regular bicycle with the addition of an electric motor that generates less than 750 watts, said Ronald Ongtoaboc, a public information officer at the Department of Motor Vehicles. California law outlines three classes of e-bikes: Class 1: The motor assists the rider only when the rider pedals, and it stops assisting at 20 mph. Class 2: The motor can propel the...
    From 1946 to 2018, fewer than two percent of primary challengers to sitting members of the House of Representatives have successfully ousted the incumbent. But Michigan Republican candidate John Gibbs’ narrow and otherwise unlikely primary victory over first-term Rep. Peter Meijer was bolstered by an unusual ally: the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), which dropped nearly half a million dollars—more than Gibbs’ campaign spent in its entirety—on an “attack” ad designed to sell Gibbs to the GOP base. The ad described Gibbs as “too conservative” for his district and touted his many ties to former President Donald Trump, whom Meijer voted to impeach after the storming of the Capitol in January of 2021. And though there was little public polling on this primary, what data we do have from a February poll suggests linking Gibbs to Trump was an effective way to boost his chances. That survey found Meijer held a comfortable 26-13 lead over Gibbs—until pollsters informed respondents of the candidates’ takes on Trump, at which point Gibbs surged to 37 percent support and Meijer plummeted to 19...
    Google boss Sundar Pichai told employees last Wednesday during an all-hands meeting their productivity is lacking and that they need to come up with ideas to help the company become more creative.   The Alphabet CEO told his staff that he expects them to help as the tech giant evolves to meet new economic challenges. Alphabet is the name of Google's parent company. Pichai apparently is quoted as saying: 'Google's productivity as a company isn't where it needs to be even with the head count it has,' according to CNBC.  The network said that Google staff expressed anxieties about potential layoffs at the tech giant. The meeting came as the company reported sluggish revenue growth of just 13 percent compared against 62 percent for the same period last year. Pichai is also quoted as saying: 'I wanted to give some additional context following our earnings results, and ask for your help as well.' That, a reference to Google's recent second quarter earnings report.  He added: 'It's clear we are facing a challenging macro environment with more uncertainty ahead.'  Pichai went on:...
    Americans are increasingly relying on dollar stores to feed their families as inflation has driven grocery store prices up by as much as 12.2%. Grocery sales at discount stores spiked 71% between October 2021 and June 2022, the analytics firm InMarket found, while sales of the same items in grocery stores dropped 5%. The shift comes as 61% of Americans are living pay check to pay check, according to a LendingClub report, and affordability-branded chains like Walmart warn prices won't be dropping anytime soon. While some dollar stores stock fresh produce, the majority of stores only supply boxed and canned food high in sugar, spelling trouble for the health of Americans' on top of their wallet woes.  The grocery trends are telling of the struggles which have plagued the US economy in recent months, culminating in the country slipping into a recession after last Thursday's announcement of a second straight quarterly decline in economic turnover.  Experts blame everything from President Joe Biden's spending spree and supply chain snarl-ups to the war in Ukraine and sanctions on Russia roiling global food and energy...
    3 IT can be an exciting time for parents if their child starts excelling in something at school - and it's often a sign of what they might pursue as a career. But what can you do as a mum or dad to help your child develop if they show an affinity for a certain subject? 3What should you do if your child starts to excel in a certain area at school?Credit: Getty Richard Evans, founder of The Profs tuition agency, has explained the signs to look out for and how to encourage your child's development in that area. Language skills While most children are able to speak in recognisable sentences by the age of three, your child might show that they're excelling beyond their years in language "if their communication skills appear advanced or sophisticated". "They are likely to pick up on new vocabulary quickly and integrate this into their speech," Richard said. "As well as this, they may find it easy to follow multi-step directions such as, ‘Please go to your bedroom, get the yellow...
    (CNN)Saquaya Ruffin didn't know what an abortion doula was until the clinic staff asked if she wanted one.Her mother came with her to the appointment at Planned Parenthood in New York, but she wasn't going to be allowed in the procedure room. Ruffin agreed to the doula, figuring it would help to have someone with her.Ruffin says the doula helped her stay calm as the staff administered anesthesia. She soothed her anxieties about being awake for the abortion and held her hand throughout. Her role was subtle, but Ruffin appreciated her presence."I didn't expect to be so emotional about the procedure," Ruffin says of her abortion three years ago. "Having a doula there helped with that."Ruffin's abortion doula belongs to an emerging field of care workers who support people through the process of ending a pregnancy. Read MoreAs getting an abortion in many states becomes more complex with the overturning of Roe v. Wade, doula organizations who spoke to CNN say they're seeing a surge of interest from volunteers who want to provide that support -- even as these doulas'...
    MANY new mums find baby groups to be a helpful way to connect with other women going through the same experiences.  However, one woman has claimed she “hates” them, and slammed them for being “cliquey” and “overwhelming.” 1A mum has opened up on TikTok about how baby groups haven't been friendly to herCredit: tiktok/@liliana_branco TikTok user Liliana Branco, who has two kids under three, said: “Baby groups are NOT welcoming & fun! “Half the time you go and the mums have already formed little cliques so unless you go with a friend you might as well stay home and play with your baby. “They don’t talk to you and try and get to know you, instead they judge you based on what you look like. “Then you have the competitive mums playing the game of one-upmanship. More on parentingBUMP SHAMED I was a size 6 at 7 months pregnant - mums bullied me out of baby groups'IT'S DISGRACEFUL' Mum fuming after husband was kicked out of baby group for being a MAN “Not to mention the cost £10 per baby...
    A SHOCKED hotel guest filmed two randy couples romping openly in their hot tubs below his balcony - and now HE could face jail. The man said he got out his camera to aid law enforcement, but now he could fall foul of indecency laws in Hong Kong. 3Two couples were filmed getting steamy while families splashed in the hotel pool belowCredit: ViralPress 3One woman enjoys a bowl of noodles while her partner appears to perform a sex actCredit: ViralPress 3Another pair were seen romping in the open-air jacuzzi next doorCredit: ViralPress The footage shows the view from one of the balconies at a tower block hotel in the North Point area of the former British colony. One floor below, a half-naked woman is seen tucking into a bowl of noodles while sitting on the edge of their open-air jacuzzi. Her partner submerged in the water appears to perform a sex act on her. Meanwhile another randy pair are getting steamy on the balcony hot tub next door. read more on hotelsLUXE LIFE I live in a five star hotel...
    A MUM has opened up about welcoming two ‘identical’ baby daughters who could easily be mistaken for twins. But, in reality, the adorable girls were welcomed to the world just one week apart, as one is their biological daughter, while the other was adopted. 3The couple welcomed two babies in the space of a weekCredit: Instagram Instagram account The Big Bass Family adventure, run by couple Kelly and Daniel Bass, are proud parents of nine children - four of them their birth children, and a further five adopted into the family.  The couple, whose handle is @thebigbassfamilyadventure, introduced their latest new additions - who they describe as “unexpected twins” - on their social media page. Posting an adorable video of the two newborns, Bravely and Haven, side by side, Kelly wrote: “Our oldest daughter [Elorah] burst into my bathroom one morning several years ago.  “With such great excitement, she exclaimed that God had given her a dream and told her that she would have a little baby sister with blue eyes.  Read More in ParentingFUN MUM Busy mum shares how...
    (CNN)America's Independence Day this year was marred by a shocking, if now darkly common, tragedy: A shooter killed at least six people and injured dozens more at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, a Chicago, Illinois suburb. Every shooting -- not just the ones that make national news -- should have us reevaluating our wildly lax gun laws, but one happening at a public celebration of America itself should have Americans asking: Is this what we want our country to be?Jill FilipovicFor the minority of gun radicals who have a stranglehold on the Republican Party and American politics more broadly, the answer is yes: They are hurtling us deeper into a paranoid, dangerous, atomized culture in which individuals are armed as heavily as they want to be, public spaces are potentially deadly and every person is reliant on only themselves or the mythical "good guy with a gun" to protect them from everyone else with a gun. This minority, unfortunately, has deep pockets and vast political power. For most Americans, though, this is no way to live. Last...
    KENDALL Jenner has "SPLIT" with Devin Booker after two years of dating. The Kardashian and NBA star reportedly "aren't on the same page" about the future." 1Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker have officially split after 2 years together A source told ET on Wednesday that Kendall, 26 and Devin, 25, have sadly split. "Kendall feels like they're on different paths," a source shared. Another source told the outlet that the two "have had discussions about their future but they are not on the same page." They were first romantically linked in June 2020. Most read in EntertainmentMOM FAIL Kardashian fans shocked as Kim's kids CRASH her LIVE on-air interviewIS KIM OKAY? Kim Kardashian sparks concern with super-slim body on Jimmy FallonWENDY WHO? Wendy's giant poster removed outside show's NYC studio just a day after finaleSUNNY VIEW The View host Sunny pays off massive $1M tax debt five years after joining show 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...
    A TEACHING assistant has gone viral after revealing the comments her four-year-old students always tell her - and they're not the most flattering. We all know that kids have no filter - they will say whatever they want whenever they want without much thought. 5The honest video has blown up on TikTok, racking up more than 1.4 million views in just one dayCredit: TikTok / olivianorton57 5The teaching assistant has most definitely heard it allCredit: TikTok / olivianorton57 And no one knows this better than Olivia Norton, a 19-year-old teaching assistant, who took it to TikTok to give a little glimpse of what it's like working with young children. In the now viral video, which has racked up a whopping 1.4 million views in just one day, the blonde stunner danced, as she revealed the things her three to four-year-old pupils tell her. Posing in dark sunnies and showing off her best dance moves, Olivia said that kids would often approach her and ask for help. ''Mrs Norton, please can you wipe my bum?'' read more parenting storiesMUMBELIEVABLE I'm a...
    Nearly one-third of voters say that they are not tuning into any of the House's televised January 6 select committee hearings that kicked off last week. A Rasmussen Reports survey found that only 20 percent of likely U.S. voters claim they will watch all of the six public hearings – of which two have already concluded last Thursday and on Monday. This is compared to the 39 percent who said they won't tune in for any of the hearings. While the poll taken June 12-13 and released on Tuesday reveals that the majority of voters believe the investigation into the Capitol riot is important, a significant portion are watching little to none of the proceedings. Fourteen percent of likely U.S. voters surveyed say that they are expecting to watch most of the hearings, which are being televised on most major news networks. Another 22 percent say, however, they will only watch some of the TV coverage of the hearings. The select committee was scheduled to hold its third of six hearings on Wednesday at 10:00 a.m., but the panel announced...
    BOXING great Larry Holmes reckons Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury can't call themselves modern-day greats as they haven't "shown a lot". The British bruisers were regarded as the best heavyweights on the planet prior to Oleksandr Usyk's victory over AJ last September and often found themselves compared to the fighters of yesteryear. 3Anthony Joshua is regarded by many to be one of the best heavyweights of his generationCredit: AFP 3Gypsy King Tyson Fury is seen as the best of the bunchCredit: AFP 3But former unified heavyweight champ Larry Holmes hasn't been impressed by either manCredit: Getty - Contributor But neither man has done enough to impress hall-of-famer Larry Holes, who told The Telegraph: "Anthony Joshua, he hasn’t really shown a lot. “He’s like a ripe tomato. He might have it. But who has he fought? “I’m not going to knock him, and say he’s a bad fighter. “To be called great, you need to be compared to some truly great fighters, and he hasn’t got that far yet.” READ MORE IN SPORTbody belter Watch Anthony Joshua throw thudding body shots...
    By Steven Dennis | Bloomberg Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wants to sell her Tesla. Ted Cruz is considering buying one. Driving an electric car manufactured by Elon Musk’s company is an increasingly loaded decision for lawmakers. Stepping out of one in the Capitol Hill parking lot can be a signal of support for renewable energy — but with Musk’s dive into partisanship, it also can be a political symbol. The Tesla Inc. chief executive officer has recently delighted Republicans by announcing his backing of the GOP and unleashing a stream of criticism of Democrats, unions and what he calls the “woke mind virus.” “He’s a billionaire. I could care less what he thinks,” Ocasio-Cortez, a progressive Democrat who recently had a Twitter dustup with Musk, said when asked about his support for the GOP. Ocasio-Cortez bought her Model 3 to travel between Washington and her Bronx-Queens district after Covid-19 hit in 2020. Now, the New York representative wants to ditch it for an electric vehicle made by unionized workers. “At the time, it was the only EV that could get me from New York to...
    YOU may have been told that if you have big boobs then you'll always have to imprison them in a bra. But that couldn't be further from the truth, and one fashion fan has revealed how and why you should stop wearing one. 2Casee, from Australia, shared how big busted girls can train their boobs to go bra-freeCredit: @caseebrim/Tiktok Casee Brim, from Australia, often shares content helping women with larger busts feel confident in themselves along with styling tips. In a video posted to her account, she revealed how she trained her boobs to go bra-free. Although a natural F-cup, Casee hasn't worn a bra in a long time and she explained why. She said: "The science behind training the girls to go bra-free to make them more perky is pretty simple. READ MORE ON BODY SHAPESBum note Trolls always say my bum can’t really be as flat as I say it is - they’re wrong OH WOW I’ve put on loads of weight but only on my boobs - trolls say I’m obese "If you're wearing a bra all...
    WWE tag team champions Sasha Banks and Naomi walked out of last night's Raw main event, claiming they "aren't respected enough". The duo had been set to take part in a match involving Becky Lynch, Asuka, Doudrop and Nikki A.S.H. in Norfolk, Virginia. 5Sasha Banks and Naomi feel 'disrespected' 5The tag team champs refused to take part in Monday Night Raw 5Naomi had been scheduled to win the event Naomi had been scheduled to win, and face Bianca Belair for the Raw women's championship at Hell in a Cell. But she and Banks were unhappy with the event, refusing to take part. A WWE statement explained: "When Sasha Banks and Naomi arrived at the arena this afternoon, they were informed of their participation in the main event of tonight's Monday Night Raw. "During the broadcast, they walked into WWE Head of Talent Relations John Laurinaitis office with their suitcases in hand, placed their tag team championship belts on his desk andwalked out. "They claimed they weren't respected enough as tag team champions. "And even though they had eight hours...
    A Colorado mom is fuming after she says a teacher at her 12-year-old daughter's public school invited the child to an after-school art club that was actually a 'Genders & Sexualities Alliance,' where speakers told the kid that she may be transgender and that her family was not safe. Erin Lee, whose daughter attended Wellington Middle School up until last week, says her daughter sent her a text message last Wednesday asking to go to an after-school art club, saying her art teacher, Jenna Riep, had invited her. Less and her husband subsequently gave their permission, but upon picking up the schoolgirl from the supposed art club, the pair quickly realized something was wrong. 'When we picked her up from that program after school, we could see on her face that something was incredibly wrong,' Lee told Fox News Digital in an interview Wednesday, where she recounted the story.   'It wasn’t art club, it was GSA, or Gender and Sexuality [Alliance] is what they’re calling it now,' the irate mother explained.  'They told the kids that if they’re not fully comfortable in their body, then they are...
    A WOMAN with big boobs has claimed that TikTok repeatedly takes her videos down for being “too sexual.” Arianna Perez believes the social media platform is targeting her content for no reason and are attempting to “censor fat bodies.” 3Arianna has claims that TikTok have taken issue with her content for being 'too sexual'Credit: tiktok/@theredheadgoddess 3She claims they have tried to ban her for 'no reason'Credit: tiktok/@theredheadgoddess The 19-year-old regularly posts clips of her body and receives thousands of views. But now she said site administrators have taken issue with her account and have even gone to the lengths of trying to ban her. In a clip, posted in September last year, she revealed the nature of their complaints over her allegedly dubious content. She replied: “Well I do have big boobs, but otherwise you guys purposely say that my videos are too sexual when they aren’t.” Read more on TikTokAVOID CHEATERS I'm a relationship expert - the signs your partner will cheat on you Arianna then claims that she was initially given the thumbs up from site administrators who...
    In this article STLA-IT GM F Ford CEO Jim Farley speaks at the launch of the all-new electric Ford F-150 Lightning pickup truck at the Ford Rouge Electric Vehicle Center on April 26, 2022 in Dearborn, Michigan. The F-150 Lightning is positioned to be the first full-size all-electric pickup truck to go on sale in the mainstream U.S. market. Bill Pugliano | Getty ImagesDETROIT — Even as the Detroit automakers change and adapt to compete with electric vehicle leader Tesla, some things in the Motor City stay the same. General Motors, Ford Motor and Stellantis (formerly Fiat Chrysler) are all steering toward electric vehicles, seeking to catch Elon Musk's car company in sales. Yet the long-standing rivalry between the three U.S. automakers remains alive and well. That's especially true in the hotly contested full-size pickup truck market, which is a major profit driver for them. Take, for example, the events of last week: As Ford prepared to celebrate the launch of its F-150 Lightning Tuesday at a plant in Dearborn, Michigan, both GM and Stellantis sought to steal the limelight...
    Feel like wearing a dragon costume on Mars and serving only tater tots for your wedding? How about passing out non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, as a party favor for your 3,000 guests? Anything goes during a metaverse ceremony. Couples in India and the U.S. made headlines months ago as their avatars, fictional representations of a person in the virtual world, tied the knot. To be clear, two humans cannot legally get married in the metaverse—but it appears that weddings there are now a thing. Since offering a metaverse wedding package on his website just two months ago, Klaus Bandisch, the owner of Just Maui Weddings in Hawaii, said he has been flooded with emails. Bandisch, who has been organizing in-person beach weddings since 1998, now he has 72 couples on a standby list, hoping Hawaii legalizes virtual weddings of any kind. What’s the appeal? Well, for one thing it’s a hell of a lot cheaper than exchanging vows at a brick-and-mortar venue. Bandisch’s packages cost from $750 to $1500 (the upper range includes the creation of an avatar if you...
    On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher said that the way federal health officials have handled coronavirus “looks politicized. It looks like we have our science and anybody else…we just pretend that they’re a quack” even if they’re other doctors. After reading a quotation from New York Times Senior Writer David Leonhardt on misconceptions regarding how expert opinion and science work, Maher stated, “And this is sort of the case I’ve been making, like, whose science? Like, of course, the chip in the vaccine is insane, but the FDA’s two top vaccine experts resigned. Because they said, you’re not following what we found out about boosters, you’re recommending them and we told you not to. It looks politicized. It looks like we have our science and anybody else can just — we just pretend that they’re a quack. And these aren’t quacks. These are other doctors.” Leonhardt responded, “Science is hard.” Maher added, “Especially medical science, we don’t know shit.” Leonhardt added that debate is a key part of science and that there are some issues around coronavirus...
    A FORMER Target employee has revealed how people can get their hands on items not usually offered in stores while shopping in person. She said that while these items are rare finds, they'll usually be priced at a discounted rate. 3A person who claimed she worked at Target revealed some of her money-saving tipsCredit: YouTube/Amanda Harrer 3She also said how much Target will discount an itemCredit: Alamy The former employee, Amanda Harrer, shared her knowledge in a video posted on YouTube. She assured viewers that she did not intend to bash the company but just wanted people to know how to get the best deals. Possibly her most interesting point brought up is the supposed fact that shoppers can get their hands on online-only items while in the store. "If you're browsing the clearance rack, you might see something called 'repackaged' or 'online item,'" she noted. Read more in lifestyleSTORE SECRETS I worked at Walmart – the secrets staff don’t want you to knowCHA-CHING! I paid $500 for an Amazon returns pallet & bagged goods worth $24k...
    A WOMAN who has silicone implants on her thumb uses them like a "weird fidget toy" to keep herself entertained. Madison Trubiano took to TikTok to respond to someone's question about her thumbs from another video, showing them off as she joked: "I got them done at my local Claire's so if you want them you can go there as well." 3Madison Trubiano took to TikTok to show off her thumb implantsCredit: TikTok/@madisontrubiano 3Madison is no stranger to body modification and has her fair share of piercings and tattoosCredit: TikTok/@madisontrubiano She showed off the bizarre-looking implants as she continued to explain: "They don’t really serve any purpose, they just look weird. "But sometimes I rub them together like a weird fidget toy and that’s cool." She also had to take to the comments section to clarify her joke about Claire's Accessories, after some people believed her. "Hey y'all, sorry for the miscommunication in this video," she wrote. Read more Body modification stories MOD ROCKERS The world’s most extreme body modification from 'human dragon' to 'dark barbie''Shocked' My...
    GETTING ONE child potty trained is difficult enough, so imagine trying to get four children to do it at once. Well one mum, after giving birth to quadruplets, is now faced with the challenging task of it. 2Mum of five Dayna, aged 31 has her work cut out for her with five kids under fiveCredit: @helloquadruplets/Tiktok Mum of five, Dayna gave birth to her four youngest, Willow, Otto, Willis and Simon, back in 2019, and has an older son, Lincoln, aged four. Dayna, 31, regularly shares her life as a mum to five kids under five on her TikTok account, helloquadruplets, documenting the highs and lows of being a busy mum. After sharing her difficulty getting the four youngest to potty train, she revealed how trolls had blasted her as a lazy mum. Dayna wrote that she had tried to explain to internet trolls that she can't force her quadruplets if they weren't ready. And that trolls had responded with comments such as: "Stop being lazy a** mum just tell them to use the toilet it's that simple." The mum...
    These “free speech advocates” (Fox News, 2/2/22) were conspicuously silent when people actually lost their jobs for criticizing cops. For right-wing and libertarian media, Joe Rogan, host of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, has become a symbol of resistance to censorship (New York Post, 2/2/22; Fox News, 2/2/22; Reason, 2/2/22; The Hill, 2/1/22). Musician Neil Young had given the streaming service Spotify, which paid a reported $100 million for exclusive rights to Rogan’s show, an ultimatum: either cut Rogan and his constant misinformation about Covid-19, or lose Young’s music. Spotify—a corporate media service that has been accused of exploiting musicians financially (Guardian, 7/29/13)―chose Rogan. Contrary to his media defenders, Rogan has not been threatened with censorship. His free speech rights were never in any kind of jeopardy. Young has not crossed into some kind of pro-deep state censorship mode; rather, he left Spotify because he disagreed with its policies, taking his business elsewhere because he has the right to do that. Young’s departure has cost Spotify $2 billion in market value (Variety, 1/29/22), as other notable musicians, like Joni...
    (CNN)At first glance, the number is striking: A majority -- 51% -- of Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters said they'd rather see the party nominate a different candidate instead of President Joe Biden in 2024.That seems like a catastrophic finding, right? Democrats would rather see someone -- anyone -- other than Biden as their nominee in the next presidential election. At roughly this time in Barack Obama's presidency, almost 8 in 10 Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters (79%) wanted the party to renominate him. Panic! Siren! Chaos! Except, well, maybe not. While Biden's numbers here are bad, they are less bad than you might think. Here's why.The polling question doesn't specifically ask whether respondents want to see Biden or Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren or Gavin Newsom or Kamala Harris as the 2024 nominee. It asks whether they think the party should renominate Biden or pick "a different candidate." That "different" candidate could be by anyone. And that candidate is often very different for, say, a liberal Democrat than a moderate Democrat. Or for a Democrat living in Kansas versus a Democrat...
    Actress Goldie Hawn spoke out about how the COVID pandemic is affecting the mental health of children and what can be done to better manage the nationwide impact. Hawn, 76, noted that the pandemic was hurting the 'mental health' of children who have no control over what is going on in the world. The Oscar-winning actress's statements come amid rising arguments over mask mandates for children as 15 states have still imposed it in US schools.  'We're dealing right now with a mental illness pandemic,' Hawn told Fox & Friends hosts Brian Kilmeade, Will Cain and Carley Shimkus on Friday. 'Mental illness is something that can actually last...it's very, very dangerous. If we don’t look at it and know what and how to handle it, then we’re not going to win this battle with kids.' Hawn helps run the non-profit organization MindUp, which was started in 2003, as a means to adhere to the mental health needs of children. Oscar-winning actress Goldie Hawn, 76, spoke out about the effects of the pandemic on children and the mental health trauma they...
    Angelina Jolie used her platform to raise the voice of a struggling Afghan woman.  The movie star, 46, took to Instagram on Saturday to share an excerpt from a letter recently sent to her. Jolie called on her 12.2 million followers to 'track what's happening in Afghanistan' and 'ensure they're not forgotten.' Humanitarian: Angelina Jolie used her platform to raise the voice of a struggling Afghan woman  'A young woman in #Afghanistan sent me this letter. I’m protecting her identity, but she hasn’t been able to go back to school since the Taliban seized power,' the mom-of-six wrote. The actress shared more information, adding, 'Now, with women being arrested simply for taking part in peaceful protests, she writes “I might never be able to go outside again or even be able to speak as I am a girl.”' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Angelina Jolie and daughter Zahara, 17, look blissful while... Angelina Jolie looks chic in oversized black coat and... Angelina Jolie cuts a chic figure in black coat and cream... Angelina...
    Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, China February 4, 2022.Aleksey Druzhinin | Sputnik | Kremlin | via Reuters This is big.  The two leading authoritarians of our time have declared unprecedented common cause, perhaps even a de facto security alliance, with aspirations of shaping a new world order to replace the one fashioned by the United States and its partners after World War II. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin wanted to make sure the world didn't miss the importance of their 38th personal meeting in Beijing on Friday, just hours before the opening of the Winter Olympics and with more than 100,000 Russian troops threatening Ukrainian independence and sovereignty. So, they publicly released the entirety of their audacious, 5,300-word joint statement in English this weekend, declaring that "a trend has emerged towards redistribution of power in the world" – namely toward them and away from the U.S. and its democratic partners and allies. There's a lot in the statement worth reading and digesting, but here's my rough executive...
    RAISE your hand if you thought the Golden Arches logo for McDonald's stood for the letter M. Well, turns out that there's a more hidden meaning behind them - and it's pretty naughty. 3McDonald's needed to come up with a logo so they hired a professionalCredit: Reuters 3The executives hoped to boost sales with their new logoCredit: Getty Back in the 1960s, when McDonald's was in the middle of rebranding, they hired design consultant and psychologist, Louis Cheskin, to help them come up with a logo. At the time, McDonald's was trying to create a more consistent look for their multiple locations. His vision? Boobs. Author Eric Schlosser claimed in Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal that Cheskin convinced McDonald's executives that the golden arches - which were actually breasts - would help boost their sales. He referred to the golden arches as "mother McDonald's breasts." He claimed they provided some type of Freudian significance in the subconscious mind of customers. Most read in LifestyleOH MY POD! Joe Rogan SAVAGES Meghan, calling her a 'hussy' who...
    President Joe Biden will meet with New York City Mayor Eric Adams next week to discuss the mayor’s plan to combat gun violence. It’s not their first talk. Last summer, when Adams was a candidate, he met with Biden to discuss crime and they got along so famously that Adams declared: “I feel like I'm the Biden of Brooklyn.” Both men frame their approach to criminal justice as moderate and pragmatic, balancing reform with public safety—while eschewing both “defund the police” and “tough on crime” postures. Their centrist politics won’t win them many fans among the progressive activist wing of the Democratic Party, but it propelled both men to victory over more radical candidates, in large part thanks to people of color who are the most impacted by crime. The accepted wisdom among the political commentariat held that the winning moderates’ plans are about common sense, and attuned to the dangerous realities of the street—a welcome alternative to the fantasies peddled by radical reformers. But what if it’s lawmakers like Adams and Biden, with their sensible-sounding centrism, who are the...
    One of New York City's elite private schools was blasted on social media for having a guest lecturer from Planned Parenthood to educate students about reproductive health. The controversial nonprofit apparently visited the all-girls Nightingale-Bamford School - where tuition is more than $56,000 a year - on Monday as part of the academic institution's annual Health and Wellness Day. 'Nightingale has decided it’s their role to introduce your girls to Planned Parenthood. Wow, they aren’t just “co-parenting” with you anymore they are full on taking over,' Instagram account @nycprivateschoolwatch captioned a photo from the event. 'However, you can’t complain - did you see how the private school contracts changed so drastically last year? Any mention of disagreement and you are OUT!' Planned Parenthood's visit is seemingly part of Nightingale's effort to have students 'take control of their physical, emotional and social selves.' It is unclear if participation in the Planned Parenthood workshop required parental consent. Nightingale educates girls in grades kindergarten through 12; it was unclear how old the students attending the workshop are. The school was founded in 1920...
    SWINDON hero Harry McKirdy wrote 'them f****** aren't bad are they' after being knocked out of the FA Cup by Manchester City. McKirdy, 24, managed to score a late consolation as his side were defeated 4-1 by Pep Guardiola's. 3Harry McKirdy wheels away in celebrationCredit: Reuters 3The forward rifles the ball beyond Zack SteffenCredit: AFP Despite falling to defeat, the forward was clearly buzzing with his goal against the Premier League champions. At 3-0 down, substitute Jonny Williams raced away on the counter attack. The Wales international smartly slipped the ball to McKirdy, who found himself one on one with Zack Steffen. He rifled the ball past the American, launching himself into a knee slide celebration while grinning ear to ear. Swindon went on to concede another, when Cole Palmer exquisitely curled the ball into the top corner. But McKirdy came away with only positive memories from the experience. Most read in Premier LeagueRED DEVILS NEWS Pogba £500k-a-week contract EXCLUSIVE, Ronaldo could LEAVE in summerCUP MAGIC Chelsea vs Chesterfield FREE: Live stream, TV channel, team news, kick-off timeTRANSFERS LIVE Luis...
    EmirMemedovski | E+ | Getty Images Prices are rising, and that has many Americans concerned about their financial outlook for the year. Inflation surged 6.8% in November from a year ago, the fastest pace since 1982, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. People are paying more for everything, from the gas for their cars to the food they put on the table. Energy prices are up 33.3% and housing costs, categorized as shelter in the Consumer Price Index, increased 3.8%, the highest since 2007. Meanwhile, food prices jumped 6.1%. That can cause a big disruption to your budget, according to Greg McBride, chief financial analyst at Bankrate. "For those that are trying to pay down debt or catch up on savings, it is very much an obstacle to progress," he said. To be sure, 26% of Americans believe their financial situation will be worse in 2022 and, of those, 70% believe inflation is the biggest barrier to their success, a Bankrate survey found. In addition, 42% believe their finances will stay about the same, with 44% of those respondents...