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    IT IS the iconic little Sombrero familiar to millions of Brits who have a taste for Tequila. Perched atop bottles of Sierra Tequila, the miniature Mexican headpiece may at first seem like a neat marketing ploy for the drinks brand. 2Many may simply fling the plastic cap in the bin after throwing back a shot of the cactus derived drinkCredit: Alamy And many may simply fling the plastic cap in the bin after throwing back a shot of the cactus derived drink and think nothing of it. But stop right there, amigo. Because it turns out the sombrero - which comes in red and gold varieties - in fact has several handy uses. Some people have been so gobsmacked they have even called the revelations "game changing". READ MORE FABULOUS STORIES'CALL THE COPS' We were charged almost £40 for TWO vodka lemonades - It feels like robbery Amazingly, the sombrero can be used as lime squeezer. It even doubles as a piece to measure out the right amount of tequila for a shot. But most interesting of all its purposes...
    ARE your snacks shoved in a box in the cupboard? Or are they lined up neatly, in clear, labelled glass jars in a perfectly organised pantry. 4One woman has raised eyebrows with her incredibly organised pantry in a TikTok videoCredit: tiktok @isabelle_merlin 4Isabelle Merlin held the camera and showed her mum and then their pantry for the viral challengeCredit: tiktok @isabelle_merlin One woman raised eyebrows on social media she took part in the viral "snack drawer" challenge, where users are encouraged to show off the state of their snack drawers and a shot of their parents. Daughter Isabelle Merlin took a video of her mum doing some work at her desk, before taking the camera into the family's pantry. In the pantry, the floor was lined with bottles of soft drinks, while the shelves were full of cereals, pasta and other grains. Anything that wasn't able to go in a jar went in a large wicker crate, which was then put on the shelf. Read more Home stories SAVVY SAVER I’m a cleaning fanatic...
    A WINE aficionado claims to have the answer for anyone who gets a headache the morning after enjoying some. She said her trusted wine wand – a tool meant to reduce the number of sulfites in wine – is the solution. 3A wine-loving woman revealed her secret for preventing headachesCredit: TikTok/@chiaseed_o 3She said she uses a tool meant to remove sulfites from wineCredit: TikTok/@chiaseed_o The woman, who calls herself @chiaseed_o online, showed herself stirring a glass of 2019 Catena Malbec red wine in a video and wrote: "Forever ditching sulfites & wine headaches." In the comment section of the video, she claimed to buy wine wands from Amazon and Total Wine. A box of wine wands, officially called The Wand, sold online at Total Wine, costs $20 for a set of 10 wands. The tools' description reads: "The Wand Wine Purifier removes histamines and sulfites from all red and white wines. "Alleviates the symptoms of wine allergies, including headaches, congestion, skin flush, and hangovers. "Purifies and aerates one glass of wine." Most read in LifestyleFIT FOR A KING?...
    China's Yutu-2 rover has spotted two intact spheres of translucent glass up to an inch thick on the far side of the moon. Images returned by the rover, which landed on the moon in January 2019, show the glass globules looking like a couple of tiny ball bearings.  Small glass 'spherules' are actually common on the moon, although they're typically less than 0.03 of an inch (3mm) in diameter.   These newly-found glass spheres are much bigger, measuring around 0.5-inch to 1-inch (1.5 cm to 2.5 cm), according to the scientists.  Glass forms on the moon when silicate material – rock-forming minerals – are subjected to high temperatures.  It's known that volcanic glass deposits were formed during explosive eruptions in the moon's history, when it was volcanically active.  Today, new glass can be formed on the moon due to the heat generated from impacts by meteorites with the lunar surface.  Pictured are the centimeter-sized glass globules collected by the Apollo 16 missions (a, b) and those observed by Yutu-2 (c, d) Images returned by the rover show the glass globules looking like...
    A Canadian man who imports bottled water from Europe has outraged followers by revealing his $2,000-a-month spend.  Ryan Dubs, who boasts more 503,000 followers on TikTok, took to the platform explaining that he fills his four fridges with Voss glass bottles because he doesn't like the taste of tap water. The founder of a mindful skincare company, based in Toronto, said that he previously would order from Fiji water, but began to feel guilty for the amount of plastic waste. Many responses to the admission criticized his $2,000 spend, while others admitted they also prefer bottled water to drinking from the tap.  Ryan Dubs (pictured) has sparked a discussion about how ethical it is to purchase bottled water instead of drinking from the tap Posting on TikTok, Ryan explained that he spends $2,000 a month on bottled water because he doesn't like the taste of tap water  Ryan captioned his video, which has been viewed almost 2million times, writing: 'it's honestly a fashion accessory at this point' Ryan filmed the process of packing away his monthly supply of water in...
    PALMDALE, Calif. (KABC) -- A teen boy was shot Sunday morning by a bullet that pierced through a sliding glass door of an apartment in Palmdale.It happened at the Palmdale Park Apartments on 15th Street at around 1:30 a.m.When deputies arrived, they found the boy - who was identified only as a being in his early teens - with a gunshot wound.He was taken to the hospital where he remains in critical condition.Meanwhile, no arrests have been made. It's unclear if the boy was targeted and information regarding suspects has not been released.Anyone with information is urged to contact authorities.
    A NEW Hampshire bartender has shared the major red flags you should be aware of when going to a bar. These red flags can be potentially hazardous to your health. 4A New Hampshire bartender shared four red flags to look out for when ordering a drinkCredit: TikTok/@alamonh 4Bartenders should not touch the top of the straw when serving a drinkCredit: TikTok/@alamonh In a video shared on social media, a bartender from Alamo Texas BBQ and Tequila Bar in New Hampshire shared four red flags you should look out for the next time you order a drink. SQUEEZING IN THE GARNISH The woman first recommended looking out for bartenders who squeeze the garnish and drop it in your drink for you. Their hands should never be touching anything into your drink because that easily transfers any germs they might be carrying into your beverage, a restaurant expert explained. Bartenders should always be washing the garnishes before cutting them, as well as cleaning out the garnish holder. Leftover garnishes from the previous day should be thrown out and never used...
    AT first glance, this unassuming three-bedroom house looks very much like your average family home. But flinging open the doors reveals its stunning hidden secret as much of the property is decked out like a pub - complete with stained glass windows and oak-panelled walls. 8The three-bed house looks plain from the outsideCredit: Zillow 8But much of the property in Texas is decked out to look like a pubCredit: Zillow 8A carpenter spent a year making part of the house look like a British boozerCredit: Zillow 8It is complete with a fireplace and a pianoCredit: Zillow 8The carpenter hard-carved many of the featuresCredit: Zillow After buying the house in Tyler, Texas, back in 1976, a "master carpenter" got to work creating an authentic British boozer in his home - hand carving many of the eye-catching features during the year-long project. In true Brit-pub fashion, there are beer tankards hung close to the ceiling and even a centuries-old fireplace taking centre stage. It also features "beautiful wood floors" and a pressed tin ceiling as if straight out of a boozer 5,000...
    A MUM has revealed how a tiny mark on her baby’s leg turned out to be a warning sign of a critical illness. She fears other parents won't be as vigilant of the potentially deadly disease. 2This tiny mark on a baby's leg was a serious sign of a life-threatening diseaseCredit: Instagram The anonymous mum’s story was posted by the Instagram account @tinyheartseducation, which teaches parents all about the health of little ones. She wrote: “My son had been a little bit unsettled for a few days, spitting up a bit more but had no fevers so I put it down to gas.  “On Tuesday morning he weed all over himself so I bathed him. He had no rash or mark any where.  “On Tuesday night I bathed him again as part of our routine. In the bath I noticed his tummy and back skin were mottled, as were his hands (something I learnt on your Insta page).  “While my husband was giving him a massage he noticed a purple mark, no bigger than my pinky nail, on our sons...
    A material that is as light as plastic yet stronger than steel and 4–6 times harder to damage than bulletproof glass could soon be used to protect smartphone screens. The substance created by experts from Massachussets Institute of Technology achieves something long thought impossible — polymerisation in two dimensions. Polymerisation is a process by which small atoms called monomers are joined together, usually to form long, spaghetti-like chains called polymers.  These can then be shaped into three-dimensional objects such as water bottles, by means of injection moulding.  The researchers, however, have succeeded in creating a material that self-assembles instead into two-dimensional sheets that are more like lasagne than spaghetti.  These sheets, dubbed polyaramides, stack on top of each and are held together by robust hydrogen bonds, making the overall material extremely sturdy. Alongside enhancing phone casings, the polymer could also be used as a protective coating on car parts, or as a large-scale construction material.   A material that is as light as plastic yet stronger than steel and 4–6 times harder to deform than bulletproof glass could soon be used to protect smartphone...
    Martha Stewart appeared to take a dig at Ina Garten in a new interview, calling Garten's pandemic tip to drink more cocktails 'not charming.' Earlier this month, Garten, 73, wrote on Instagram that her 'formula' these days includes alcohol, binge-watching, and playing Sudoku. But speaking to People, Stewart, 80, balked at the suggestion that booze was the answer.  'I do not agree about taking to drink to cope with things like the pandemic,' she said. 'To me that's not charming.'  Martha Stewart appeared to take a dig at Ina Garten in a new interview, calling Garten's pandemic tip to drink more cocktails 'not charming' Earlier this month, Garten, 73, wrote on Instagram that her 'formula' these days includes alcohol, binge-watching, and playing Sudoku  It's unclear if Stewart was asked directly about Garten, who has appeared on her show Stewart may agree more with some of Reese Witherspoon's habits. In early January, the 45-year-old actress listed some of the good habits she's been working on, including starting the day with a big glass of water, getting ten minutes of outdoor light,...
    (CNN)Several years ago, at the end of a clinic visit, a long-time patient with end-stage heart disease who was nearing the end of his life asked me if it was OK to drink some wine.The patient was a physician, and he knew what most lay people do not: Despite the widespread belief a little alcohol is good for your heart, it isn't. I thought for a moment, and told him, "Only good wine."For thousands of years, alcohol, particularly wine, has been used for medicinal purposes. The ancient Greek physician Hippocrates promoted wine for various purposes, including reducing fevers and dressing wounds. Maimonides, the 12th century scholar, rabbi and physician also extolled the health benefits of wine in moderation. During Prohibition in the early 20th century, it was common for physicians to prescribe medicinal alcohol, which was legally dispensed at pharmacies, for ailments ranging from cancer to depression. How the Biden administration can ensure mask access to all AmericansFor many years it was thought moderate doses of alcohol were associated with a reduced risk of death, whereas higher amounts of...
    A hotel with a room looking out on to an enclosed tiger in eastern China has been ordered by government officials to close off the view over fears for the animal's welfare.  The white tiger, which can be seen from the hotel room roaming the grassy enclosure, is separated by glass from a room at the Sendi Tribe Treehouse Hotel in Nantong. The hotel is connected to the Nantong Forest safari park, one of the large-scale zoos in the region with nearly 20,000 wild animals. State media said tigers and other animals can be easily alarmed when so close to the glass, according to the Times. The hotel offers a view into the tiger's enclosure (pictured), but Chinese state media said the animal could be easily alarmed if the glass is not soundproof enough RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Horrific moment Florida cop shoots and kills tiger that... EXCLUSIVE: Joe Exotic has no sympathy for the sudden death... Woman is mauled to death by tiger at safari park in Chile... Tiger mauls keeper...
    STUCK at home during the lockdowns most of us enjoyed a tipple or two. But it seems more likely we were having three or four — and experts are warning that millions are boozing to dangerous levels. 3The NHS’s recommended limit for men and women is 14 units of alcohol per weekCredit: Getty The NHS’s recommended limit for men and women is 14 units of alcohol per week. But about 18 per cent of adults in England, 9.7million people, were drinking enough to put them at increasing or higher risk in the three months to the end of October 2021, says the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities. That compares to 12.4 per cent of the population, or about six million people, in February 2020. The biggest increase has been among men, with a quarter exceeding safe limits, compared to 17.8 per cent two years ago. One in ten women are now drinking too much, too, up from 7.3 per cent. Dr Julia Sinclair, chairwoman of the addictions faculty at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, said people were using booze...
    The glass floor of Venice's Ponte della Costituzione bridge across the Grand Canal is to be replaced with stone – because too many pedestrians are slipping over on it. The 300ft-long multi-million-pound bridge - Constitution Bridge in English - was designed by renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava and opened in 2008. It was a striking addition to the city's architecture, linking Venice's railway station with the car, bus and ferry terminal of Piazzale Roma - but it has been dogged by controversy. The glass floor of Venice's Ponte della Costituzione bridge across the Grand Canal is to be replaced with stone – because too many pedestrians are slipping over on it From the start, disability associations lamented a lack of wheelchair access, so a pod-style cabin with lift access was installed at a cost of around 1.5million euros (£1.26million/$1.7million). But this was dismantled following complaints that it was too slow and too hot in the summer. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next A microadventure... in maximum style: Inside GWR's Pullman... Britain's star attractions: Astronomer...
    The gender pay gap is rooted in the issue of 'greedy jobs', rather than sex discrimination, gender bias or a glass ceiling, a Harvard economics professor has claimed. Claudia Goldin, who taught Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, outlines her argument in her new book, Career & Family, which draws on research to show that highly-paid 'greedy jobs' in City law, banking and politics force women to choose between their careers and families once they become mothers.   The term 'greedy job' describes 'a certain type of "beck and call" job, which pays over the odds for extensive travel, unpredictable, inflexible hours and demanding client facetime,' The Times explains.  Harvard economics professor Claudia Goldin (left) outlines her argument in her new book, Career & Family, which draws on research to show that highly-paid 'greedy jobs' like City law, banking and politics force women to choose between their careers and families The prestige, selectivity and enormous pay checks make this type of job highly desirable for male and female graduates. However, once children come along, it becomes difficult for two parents to maintain their...
    Costco is cautioning customers to check their cabinets after issuing a recall for a popular Kool-Aid product. KraftHeinz and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a recall of “Kool-Aid Tropical Punch Mix” that came in 82.5-ounce packages with the item number “95740” due to the potential presence of small pieces of glass or metal in the powder. The recalled items have “Best When Used By” dates of “2023-08-31” and “2023-09-01.” According to a Stater Bros. Markets recall notice, the foreign materials "may have been introduced during production.” 
“The company discovered the issue during an internal review at the manufacturing facility. There have been no consumer complaints and no reports of illness or injury related to this issue to date,” officials said. Anyone with those products has been instructed not to use them and to return them to their local Costco for a full refund.
    A group that is proposing a $40 billion system of sea gates to protect New York and New Jersey from deadly storm surges toured the shores ravaged by Hurricane Sandy aboard a 100-ft-long luxury yacht.  Engineers, scientists and city planners with the New York New Jersey Storm Surge Working Group met on the ninth anniversary of Sandy to discuss how to best protect the area from floods like the one caused by the deadly storm in 2012. The hurricane killed 60 people in New York and New Jersey, flooding homes and businesses and causing New York City alone an estimated $19 billion in damage, according to the Army Corps of Engineers. As a result, the Working Group has proposed three sea walls at the East River, Jones Inlet and East Rockway, plus a bigger one in the Outer New York Harbor connecting New York and New Jersey. Members of the group discussed the $40 billion plans aboard the Manhattan II, a mahogany-finished, air-conditioned vessel with panel windows that rents for up to $2,400 an hour, according to Classic Harbor Line. Scientists,...
    An Australian nutritionist has shared her guide to the lowest calorie drinks as millions race to the pub to celebrate freedom. If you're looking to shift lockdown weight without sitting in, clinical food expert Sarah Di Lorenzo says you could order a gin or vodka mixed with soda water, which both contain just 83 calories per glass.  According to her calculations, wine lovers can save half their usual intake by switching to champagne. A glass of red or white contains an average of 160 calories while a flute of bubbles has just 77 calories. Other slimline choices include a 60-calorie shot of tequila, which Ms Di Lorenzo calls a 'dieter's best friend'.  Scroll down for video Australian nutritionist Sarah Di Lorenzo (pictured) has shared her guide to the lowest calorie drinks as millions race to the pub to celebrate freedom Those looking to shift lockdown weight without sitting in should order a gin or vodka mixed with soda water, which both contain just 83 calories per glass How many calories are in your favourite drinks?  1 glass of wine -...
    A toddler attempted to cross a stomach-churning 140ft high glass bridge above the Smoky Mountains before quickly regretting the move and turning back. Footage captured in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, shows the infant named Forest walk along the iconic SkyBridge, which stretches 680ft across the mountain range, before taking a cautious step onto its glass viewing panels. The child takes one look down to the valley floor, which lies 140ft below, and makes a swift U-turn. Forest walks along the 140ft SkyBridge in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and decides to step onto the glass panels The toddler places his hands on the wooden walkway and carefully places his feet onto the glass panels During the clip, Forest can be heard being encouraged to step onto the glass floor of the landmark bridge, but quickly takes a few steps back. But the curious toddler decides to try again. He bends over and places his hands on the wooden walkway and pivots around, as if lowering himself down some stairs. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Tug of love: Little boy refuses to...