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    A WOMAN shared people often accuse her off showing off her big boobs when really there was nothing she could do about it. TikToker Hayley explained that people constantly comment on her chest and said it was one of the worst things about her chest. The influencer uploaded a short video to TikTok explaining the issue. In the video, she said: "Am I showing off my boobs? Or do I just have boobs and exist." She went on to explain: "One of the worst things about having a large chest is people constantly pointing it out and telling me to cover them more. Like, it's not that serious, let me wear what I want." The funny TikToker captioned the post with: "Sorry but I won’t be wearing neck high shirts all the time." Read more on big boobsSTEER CLEAR I have big boobs and there’s so many trends I can’t wear - it’s rubbishHEAVY WEIGHT I was plagued by my 38H boobs - they were so big I couldn’t even WALK properly Others agreed with the video and...
    A decorated retired Army General and MSNBC contributor unknowingly shared footage of a video game and claimed it was a Russian plane being shot down by Ukraine before quickly deleting the Tweet when he was corrected. Four-star general Barry R. McCaffrey's gaffe did not go unnoticed, with some pointing out at the mistake by the former Clinton advisor. 'Russian aircraft getting nailed by UKR missile defense. Russians are losing large numbers of attack aircraft. UKR air defense becoming formidable,' McCaffrey wrote in a now-deleted Tweet. The animation shared by McCaffrey was actually from Digital Combat Simulator (DCS) footage from the video game 'Arma 3.' Four-star general Barry R. McCaffrey unknowingly shared footage of a video game and claimed it was a Russian plane being shot down by Ukraine before quickly deleting the Tweet when he was corrected Barry McCaffrey who served in the United States Army for 32 years The animation shared by McCaffrey was actually from Digital Combat Simulator (DCS) footage from the video game 'Arma 3' McCaffrey was informed by a Twitter user that 'what [McCaffrey mentioned] is actually...
    Netflix customers are threatening to cancel their subscriptions if the streaming service starts showing adverts to those on cheaper deals. Yesterday it emerged that Netflix has sped up plans to introduce a lower-priced ad-supported subscription plan, following its first fall in subscriber numbers in a decade. The new plan is now expected to be introduced by the end of the year, according to a note to employees, obtained by The New York Times on Tuesday. However, Netflix subscribers have not reacted well to the news, with many claiming they will quit the service if they start seeing ads.   'I've been a @netflix customer since the time when you had to send the disc back in the mail,' wrote Twitter user @GGnotGIGI713. 'If ads go on my PAID SUBSCRIPTION ACCOUNT, I'm gone for good. This is not negotiable.' Another, who goes by the handle @UCantCensorThis, wrote: 'Hey @netflix. I'm letting you know now that if I EVER see a single ad interrupt anything I'm watching on your service, I will cancel faster than you can say 'commerical break'.' Meanwhile, industry experts said that, while the new...
    The View co-host Joy Behar cheered on the protestors who rallied outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito's home. On Monday night more than 100 people gathered outside Justice Samuel Alito's home in Virginia after a leaked draft opinion written by the Justice suggested a majority of conservatives on the court are prepared to end the constitutional right to an abortion. Demonstrators marched up and down his street in Alexandria, lit candles and shouted slogans like 'Alito is a coward', and 'our bodies, our choice'. During a segment on The View on Tuesday the panel of hosts discussed the implications of the protests, with Behar firmly backing the protestors. 'But it also shows Alito what it feels like to lose your freedom of choice,' Behar said. 'He cannot leave the house easily, so maybe that's a good lesson for them' During a segment on The View on Tuesday the panel of hosts discussed the implications of the protests Former Trump White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah Griffin said that while the first amendment gives Americans the right to...
    A health and fitness expert has shown how different fitting room mirrors can drastically alter the look of your body. Bree Lenehan, 25, from Queensland, posted a series of photos on Instagram explaining how 'mirror manipulation' is sometimes used in retail stores to make a customer 'feel slimmer'. 'A "bad body image" day can be triggered by many things. One is catching a glimpse of yourself in the mirror. All of a sudden a negative thought appears and it's all downhill from there,' she wrote online.  'But a lot of the time, what you see in the mirror doesn't reflect the reality of the situation.' Health and fitness coach Bree Lenehan, 25, from Queensland, (pictured) has shared a series of images showcasing how different fitting room mirrors change how your body looks  Images show how soft lighting is sometimes used to hide the 'lumps and bumps' of the body, making the customer 'feel slimmer'  'Mirrors are all different! Especially fitting rooms. Some use mirror manipulation to deceive customers into "feeling slimmer" or taller when trying on their clothing,' Bree said. As...
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    LAMAR, Colo. (CBS4)– A grassland fire burning near Lamar in southeast Colorado is so big, the smoke plume is showing up on radar. First Alert Weather Meteorologists Dave Aguilera and Chris Spears tweeted about the phenomenon. (credit: Whitney Gonzales) The smoke plume extends nearly 80 miles toward Burlington. It’s burning 10 miles northeast of Lamar in Prowers County. (credit: Whitney Gonzales) Spears said the fire showing up on radar is “significant because the beams from area radars are several thousand feet overhead by the time they reach SE Colorado.” First Alert: New fire has erupted about 10 miles northeast of Lamar in Prowers county. Smoke plume extends nearly 80 mi. NNE toward Burlington. #cowx #4wx #FirstAlertwx #First Alert @LaurenCBS4 @ChrisCBS4 @AshtonCBS4 @Jimbcbs4 @karenleightv pic.twitter.com/gRsN3ND7Zm — Dave Aguilera (@DaveCBS4) April 22, 2022 The fire near Lamar is showing on radar. That is significant because the beams from area radars are several thousand feet overhead by the time they reach SE Colorado. #COwx #4wx pic.twitter.com/h12L2uKjuY — Chris Spears (@ChrisCBS4) April 22, 2022
    A MIND bending optical illusion showing a stack of cubes had left viewers baffled – with few able to work out what’s going on. A video shared on YouTube shows the cube art placed on a flat surface– but can you work it out? 2This cube illusion is meant to play tricks on your mindCredit: YouTube 2Creator Michael Cheshire explained that the art showcases the intricacies of depth perceptionCredit: YouTube Michael Cheshire, who built the art, explained that the illusion is a two-dimensional work made from wood veneers on a solid background In the description he said: “The impression of depth is caused by the choice of three colours of wood arranged in a hexagon to look like a 3D cube . “With many hexagons arranged to overlap and of differing sizes the 3D effect becomes magnified. By adding the larger outer hexagons, makes another illusory cube which encloses and balances the whole design. “The gaps between also help to give the structure a 3D effect overall. Even when shown that it is flat, we are compelled to see it...
    Emmanuel Macron's official photographer has released a series of behind-the-scenes pictures ahead of the second round of voting for the presidential election.  Mr Macron can be seen in one photograph in an unbuttoned shirt, with his chest - along with noticeable chest hair - facing towards the camera. The casual image of the French president has him with one arm lazing across the back of a mustard yellow sofa, and his other arm with a slightly rolled sleeve. Mr Macron can be seen in one photograph in an unbuttoned shirt, with is chest towards the camera RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Buoyant Marine Le Pen insists 'I can win this presidential... France's disenchanted blue-collar workers could propel... Marine Le Pen closes the gap with Macron in latest French... Share this article Share In the candid pictures, the French president bears a resemblance to Bond actor Sean Connery and star Burt Reynolds - both known for their bountiful chest hair. Social media users also compared the French premier to...
    A full week has passed since the New York Times flagged a major new study showing that ivermectin does not work against Covid-19. Despite this, Fox News – a network that spent about a year trying to convince its viewers otherwise – has yet to report on this study, which debunks some of the most dangerous nonsense it has ever aired. For starters, the Fox News primetime lineup led the charge in casting doubt on the safety and effectiveness of the Covid vaccine, even after it had been shown to be overwhelmingly effective in preventing hospitalization and death. Hosts regularly platformed a rotating roster of cranks like Alex Berenson, a.k.a, “The Pandemic’s Wrongest Man,” to tell people the vaccine is ineffective or even deadly, as he did in January. Of course, simply telling viewers, “Vaccine bad” is only half the anti-vaxx propaganda battle. If you’re going to fearmonger about the best way to prevent people from dying from some malady, it helps to give them other “options.” And when experts point out how useless those options are, you get...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- There's a saying that you can never have too many shoes, but one local woman would disagree after receiving stacks of unwanted shoes.Shoes and more shoes were being mysteriously mailed to an Oak Park woman.She couldn't get assistance from any of the parties involved in the strange shipments until the I-Team ran down the source of the shoe problem.They say, if the shoe fits, wear it."They will not bend. You can't walk in them," said Simone Boutet.So she'll take a pass on wearing them."You should take a look at the other ones. They're really funny," Boutet said. "And they're really, really, really tacky."Unwanted shoes started showing up on her doorstep last summer, and has received between 15 and 20 pairs of shoes."I can't get it to stop and it's really funny because of the shoes themselves, they're just hilariously not my style," she said. "And it just, it doesn't stop. It's absurdity. You know, it's an absurdity."There are white go-go boots, velvet stilettos, pink combat boots and more."Wouldn't it be nice if they shipped size 11 Birkenstocks,...
    TYSON FURY has been showing why he is the world's No1 heavyweight in 'excellent' sparring sessions with Martin Bakole. Fury has drafted in heavyweight contender Bakole to help replicate Dillian Whyte's 6ft 4in frame. 2Martin Bakole pictured with Tyson FuryCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk And ahead of his UK homecoming on April 23 at Wembley Stadium, Bakole's coach Billy Nelson has been signing the Gypsy King's praises. Nelson told Sky Sports: "Martin's really enjoying the sparring with Tyson Fury. It's clear to see why he is the world's number one. "It's an excellent spar between the two of them. Also there's a mixture of sparring with David Adeleye." Bakole, 28, is 17–1 in his own career and for large parts of his career spent time as a sparring partner for Anthony Joshua, 32. READ MORE GLOVE TO SEE IT UFC commentator Joe Rogan wants Francis Ngannou to fight boxing champ Fury Unbeaten Brit Adeleye, 25, is also in Fury's current camp with American Jared Anderson, 22, due to also join. In Fury's...
    DENVER (CBS4) – A shooting in the underground bus terminal at Union Station last Friday is fueling concerns for public safety. There’s been an outbreak of crime in that area of Denver for several months. “This issue of public safety, a lot of that as to do with a lack of people during the daytime,” said Kourtny Garrett, president & CEO of the Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP). (credit: CBS) Much like the rest of the world, Denver is in the midst of a COVID-19 comeback. Ever since the city all but shut down from the pandemic, it opened the door to crime. “Over 100,000 people typically come to work in downtown Denver pre-pandemic on a daily basis,” Garrett told CBS4. “When you lose it in an instant, that is naturally going to have an impact on your environment.” From shootings outside shops downtown to shots fired inside the RTD bus terminal at Union Station, violent crime and drug use is on the rise. And, it’s tarnishing the reputation of an otherwise vibrant part of Denver. “I’ve gone down and saw...
    Hong Kong (CNN)For nearly two years, China's daily Covid caseload rarely extended into triple digits, and often weeks went by without a single case.Even as the rest of the world struggled to contain new, more transmissible variants, China remained an island -- its borders shut and population largely untouched by the virus. All that changed this month, as multiple outbreaks across the country saw the largest surge in China's local infections since it brought its initial outbreak in Wuhan under control in early 2020. Some 12,000 new cases have been reported in the past three days alone, according to health officials, who have warned the country's defenses are facing the highly transmissible Omicron subvariant BA.2 for the first time. These numbers may seem small in a population of 1.4 billion and when compared to the rest of the world. But to the ruling Communist Party -- which has sought to promote its ability to control the virus as evidence for its superior model of governance -- the outbreak represents a significant political challenge.Read MoreTo respond, China has rolled out its...
    A heart-breaking new video showing the devastation Ukraine has suffered following Russia's invasion has emerged on social media. Titled 'Was', the clip shows footage of lives being lost as buildings are torn down and civilians sob, grieving their loved ones.  However in a sign of hope, the video ends with footage of Ukraine's landmarks in better times, and a voiceover remarking that the country 'will win'.  A heart-breaking new video showing the devastation Ukraine has suffered following Russia's invasion has emerged on social media The narration in the video says: '"Was" - a simple verb. Merely a part of speech used in every day life. 'But it's not that simple for us. Because now the everyday Ukrainian simply cannot say "was" without bursting into tears. 'This was my home. This was my friend. This was my dog. This was my car. This was my job. And this was my father. And this was my daughter. 'Russia has drowned Ukraine in tears and blood and children's corpses.'  The devastation in the video was captured by shots of damaged buildings and injured civilians Titled...
    A pregnant woman has shared some of the 'hilarious' comments that she receives from people about her extra large bump - including one person who joked that her baby was living in 'a loft with WiFi' inside of her belly, and another who wrote that she was carrying a 'whole adult' in there. Brooke Luney, 32, from California, who is expecting her sixth child - a baby boy - any day now, said she has always 'carried very big.'  The mom-of-five (soon to be six) - who is four-feet-11-inches - blames her enormous bump on her 'short torso.' Brooke has been documenting her pregnancy journey on TikTok, and she has garnered a lot of attention due to her stomach's insanely large size. People often flood her videos with comments about her massive bump, and many of them can't believe she is carrying only one baby and not twins or triplets. A pregnant woman has shared some of the 'hilarious' comments that she receives from people about her extra large bump. She is pictured nine-months pregnant The comments include one...
    A HOMEOWNER claims she caught a realtor showing her house to potential buyers even though it wasn't up for sale. TikToker @busymomonli says she made the discovery thanks to her security Ring camera. 4TikTok user @busymomonli says she caught a realtor showing her home, which is not for sakeCredit: TikTok/@busymomonli 4Ring camera showed the moment the realtor and clients arrive at the homeCredit: TikTok/@busymomonli She shared a clip that shows a real estate agent ringing her doorbell as he waits for clients to show up. In a voiceover, the homeowner explains that she and her husband were not home at the time, and she thought it was probably some "religious group or salesman" knocking on the door. Once the realtor's clients arrive, they head to the side of the house, before the homeowner sets off the alarm. The realtor and clients are then seen returning to the front of the home. Most read in LifestyleFISH OUT OF WATER Harry 'clearly unhappy' & 'embarrassed' as Meg revels in getting awardsSWEET WILLIAM Prince William gives rare insight into relationship with Kate MiddletonWEDDING...
    WESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4) – New video from a Westminster doorbell camera shows the moment a group of townhomes exploded Wednesday. “I was walking to my car, my car was hit with the building when it blew up and so we’re in the process of having it fixed, I mean, it was terrifying,” said Jenny Eastman. Eastman, a resident at the Stratus Townhomes near 80th and Sheridan, not only saw the explosion first-hand, she captured the moment on her doorbell security camera. (credit: Jenny Eastman) “The explosion caused the fire, it was scary,” she said. Eastman says she isn’t positive but believes the cause to be natural gas related. “We assume it was because they were replacing some of the heating units,” she said. Investigators say it could be weeks before we have an official cause, but other residents confirm there was work being done to replace the heaters just before the explosion occurred. “We’re currently waiting on them to come out and replace our heater,” said James Downey. “That’s what they were doing is installing heaters, air conditioning units, hot...
    YOUR iPhone sometimes shows a green light when you're using apps – and there's a chilling reason why. Apple added the feature a while back in order to alert users that someone could be watching. 2A green dot signifies that your camera is activeCredit: Apple The alert, introduced in an iOS update in 2020, shines whenever your microphone or camera is activated. That means if any app is surreptitiously recording you, you'll know about it. To gain access to the feature, you'll need to be using a device operating iOS 14 or 15. A green dot will appear in the upper right corner of the display when the camera's activated. And it's orange if the microphone is activated. By swiping into your Control Centre, you'll be able to see details about which app is using the microphone. Most read in TechSEX POSITIVE First vegan sex toys revealed as expert claims gadgets are tested on animalsWHAT THE ZUCK Inside Mark Zuckerberg's metaverse picnic as he reveals plan for 'new worlds'WEE-E-O Who developed the Pee and See app?DODGY DOWNLOADS Over 100,000 Trump...
    Coinbase's app crashed just seconds after screening a unique ad displaying a single QR code bouncing around the screen in its Super Bowl debut. The 60-second commercial almost entirely showed a colorful QR code bouncing, bringing back memories of the bouncing DVD logo. Once scanned, the digital code redirects first-time users to Coinbase's promotional website, offering a limited time promotion of $15 worth of free Bitcoin to new customers, and the chance to enter three million dollar giveaway. But the huge audience for the game - estimated at 117 million people - promptly crashed the app after logging on to check it out, leaving many users disappointed.    The promotion is valid until February 15, but new customers may have issues signing up to get their $15 credit after Coinbase's app went down, presumably due to the massive influx of traffic from the clever ad.  Since the Super Bowl is one of the most-watched broadcasts on television every year, there is no better platform for companies to introduce fresh advertisements to the world. The game is shown on more than 225...