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    NAVIGATING the world of social media etiquette can be tricky, especially if you’re single. Instagram has become a way for singletons to attract potential dates and shoot their shot through DMs. 3A woman was nervous after finding the Instagram profile of a man she likedCredit: Getty 3She thought it was strange that he still had photos of his ex girlfriend on displayCredit: Getty One woman said she was bothered when she saw that a man had photos of his ex on social media—and the internet is divided on whether her worry is warranted.   Posting to Reddit, she began:   “I’ve been talking to this guy and recently started following his Instagram. “Back in 2021 and prior there’s pictures with a girl that was very clearly his girlfriend at the time. The most recent being a trip to Disney they took together and kissing in front of Cinderella’s castle. READ MORE RELATIONSHIP STORIESAVOID CHEATERS I'm a relationship expert - the signs your partner will cheat on you Warning sign I’m a relationship expert – the number 1 red flag women...
    RADNOR, Pa. (CBS) — Police say homes in Bucks and Montgomery Counties are being targeted by an organized theft ring. Burglaries in sevens towns may be connected, with the latest happening in Radnor. Police are warning homeowners to be vigilant and look out for suspicious activity after a second home burglary was reported in Radnor in as many weeks. READ MORE: Hyram Hill, Son Of Philadelphia Police Officer, Killed In Targeted Shooting In North Philly, Sources Say“You don’t think of it happening here,” said Ben Wagner, who works in Radnor. Video shows as a suspect walks to the rear of a home in Radnor as a second person looks around. They then appear to smash the lower part of the rear glass door. Once inside, police say the suspects ransack a bedroom closet and take off with an undisclosed amount of high-end jewelry before an alarm goes off. It happened on Jan. 13 on Ivy Lane. Then, just this past Friday, police say suspects got into another Radnor home — also through a rear glass door — over on the...
    Martha Stewart is opening up about being struck by lightning. The 80-year-old lifestyle guru appeared on Thursday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and played a game requiring her to reveal two truths and a lie about herself. One of the statements she shared was that she had been struck by lightning not once, not twice, but three times. DeGeneres was able to guess correctly that the statement was true and asked for some clarification. MARTHA STEWART SAYS SHE 'GOT SO MANY PROPOSALS' AFTER HER POOLSIDE SNAP "Yeah, I mean, it's like crazy," Stewart said. "I think it actually is good for you. If it doesn't kill you, I think it's good for you." When DeGeneres asked what it feels like to be struck, Stewart quickly replied: "Horrible." MARTHA STEWART CONFIRMS SHE IS DATING SOMEONE, BUT WON'T SAY WHO: 'I'M NOT GOING TO TELL' "Once it came out of a water faucet. I was leaning against an iron sink and I saw the lightning go down the pipe out in my garden and then it came back up through the...
    A 12-year-old Tennessee boy died by suicide last week after he was bullied by classmates who teased him that he would go to hell because he was gay, according to his parents. Eli Fritchley, took his own life on November 28, was described by his parents as someone who wasn’t afraid to be himself. ‘He was peaceful,’ his mother, Debbey Fritchley of Shelbyville, who found her son’s lifeless body in his bedroom on the Sunday before last, told WKRN-TV. ‘He was a peaceful soul.’ She said Eli, who attended Cascade Middle School, played the trombone in a marching band, painted his fingernails, and liked to wear pink. He also wore the same SpongeBob sweater to class almost every day. Debbey Fritchley said that before his suicide, Eli did not give the impression that he took the bullying to heart. Eli Fritchley, 12, of Shelbyville, Tennessee, took his own life on November 28 ‘He was peaceful,’ his mother, Debbey Fritchley of Shelbyville, who found her son’s lifeless body in his bedroom on the Sunday before last Sunday, said 'He didn't care,...
    A new study confirms that people who stutter don't do so when they believe they are alone. The phenomenon — referred to as the 'talk-alone-effect' — has been referenced anecdotally before, but never supported by scientific evidence, 'mainly because it's difficult to create conditions in which people believe that they are truly alone,' New York University speech expert Eric Jackson said in a statement. Jackson and a team of researchers came up with a novel approach to overcome that obstacle: they asked two dozen volunteers with stutters to complete a challenging computer-programming task and told them that people who talked to themselves during it performed better.   The team then observed the participants when they thought no one was listening, as well as during conversational speech, spontaneous speech, reading aloud and when repeating their private speech for two listeners. The private speech condition was the only time in which stuttering was almost completely absent. According to Jackson, the perception of being heard by a listener plays a key role in whether a person stutters. Scroll down for video Researchers at...
    They are also trying to identify the students who recorded the video and investigating whether they knew the assault was going to occur. More arrests and charges could be made. Police told WLL that Jackson was uncooperative during the investigation. She was booked into the St. Tammany Parish Jail. The St. Tammany Parish School District is also investigating and considering disciplinary action against Jackson and those who recorded the video. Here's more about the harrowing incident: Covington High student attacks teacher in classroom www.youtube.com
    By Jenn Selva and Hollie Silverman | CNN A California mother died after being shot in front of her 6-year-old daughter last week, in what authorities said could be a case of mistaken identity. Jacqueline Flores, 25, was parked with her daughter in the backseat of her vehicle in Fresno on July 27 when she was shot in the head, according to a news release from Fresno County Police. The release said Flores’ daughter was in the car when her mother was shot. “Fortunately, the child was not injured, but a bullet did enter the rear window where the child was seated,” police said in the release. Officers and emergency officials performed lifesaving efforts at the scene, and Flores was transferred to a local hospital where she was listed in grave condition. She died three days later, police said in a post on Twitter. The release said that investigators don’t believe that Flores was the intended target. Related Articles Man charged with murder in fentanyl overdose death of California teen Ex-California prosecutor says superiors told him...
    WHEN you're in a long-term relationship, it's totally normal to develop crushes from time to time - and secretly having a soft spot for one of your partner's friends isn't exactly unusual. But you know what is? Lusting after your boyfriend's best friend who also happens to be your STEP-BROTHER. 5Scarlet Vas claimed she started dating her step-brother after going out with his best friend for seven years Well TikTok star Scarlet Vas claims this is the exact scenario she found herself in when she started dating her male model "brother" Tayo Ricci". Earlier this year, the couple - who describe themselves as "two step-siblings who are completely in love" in their TikTok bio - shared how they got together in a viral clip. At the start of the clip, Scarlet is standing next to her boyfriend - who she claims she's been in a relationship with for seven years - when she's dared to kiss his best friend. Although she initially refused to complete the dare, her then-boyfriend urges her to do it as long as they "make it...
    The father who pulled his daughter from the Brearly School in New York City over its woke antiracism 'obsession' says it's 'teaching what to think not how to think' - as school slams him for being 'offensive.' Andrew Gutmann, 45, had announced in an April 13 letter posted by Bari Weiss this week that he has chosen not to reenroll his daughter in the all-girls school where tuition is $54,000 yearly. He has now spoken out further about why he wrote it. Gutmann, who runs his family's chemical business, told the New York Post on Saturday that he penned the 1,700-word letter he mailed to 650 different families because 'someone had to speak out.' He said he does not regret sending the letter. 'She hasn't been brainwashed yet by the school — but she's had me at home. I'm not so sure that's true of the other kids,' Gutmann told the outlet, referring to his daughter. 'Someone had to do it. Someone had to light the match. Everyone's so afraid of cancel culture. We're going to destroy the city, we're going...
    AS desperate as we were for the kids to go back to school this September, we certainly didn't miss the manic mornings spent coaxing them out the door. Well if you also struggle to get your little ones out of bed in the mornings, then you might want to take a leaf out of Mary Doll Patterson's book. 3Mary, 33, with her daughters Lily, 13, and Sophie Rose, nineCredit: Facebook The savvy mum-of-two, 33, from Belfast, has installed a Bluetooth lightbulb outside her daughters' rooms which allows her to start blasting music if they don't get up on time. Posting on the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It, Mary explained how Lily, 13, and Sophie Rose, nine, are a "nightmare to get up in the mornings". She wrote: "I bought a Diall Bluetooth speaker from B&Q and I think it’s going to be a good investment! "Best thing is, they can’t reach the lightbulb and can’t switch it off!" 3The lightbulb is connected to the mum's phone and plays any song she wantsCredit: Facebook The Bluetooth bulb...
    Overachiever Meghan Markle was often deemed 'fake' by her schoolmates who thought it was impossible to be that 'perfect', new bombshell biography Finding Freedom has claimed.  The book, co-authored by royal journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, reveals that Meghan's willingness to help others, paired with her incomparable drive, meant her old classmates often thought she was not genuine.   Taking a deep dive into the Duchess of Sussex's early days as a hardworking student, the book claims she threw herself into her studies, juggled multiple extra-curricular activities and did everything she could to avoid being seen as an 'underdog.'  Finding Freedom provides an intimately detailed and personalised version of the events leading up to the Sussexes' dramatic departure from royal life, with the co-authors insisting 'all information in this book has at least two sources'.  Overachiever Meghan Markle was often deemed 'fake' by her schoolmates who thought it was impossible to be that 'perfect', new bombshell biography Finding Freedom has claimed. Pictured, Meghan with her father Thomas Markle  'Meghan's willingness to help others and her drive to excel meant she...
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