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    NOISY neighbours can be very stressful, particularly when all that crashing and banging isn't caused by moving furniture. 2In the video the students slid the cheeky note under their neighbours doorCredit: TikTok/@simkandola 2They then rang the doorbell and made a run for it before being seen by the residentsCredit: TikTok/@simkandola One group of students were sick of being constantly disturbed by the amorous activities of their upstairs neighbours so decided to take a stand. The group printed out a sassy note and slid it under their door before darting down the stairs to avoid a confrontation. The piece of A4 paper had the message "we can hear someone in your flat f****** at night" printed on it. They uploaded a video of them delivering the cheeky note to TikTok where it has now been viewed more than 1.4million times. In the short clip a woman can be seen sliding the note under the door, ringing the doorbell and then dashing like mad down the stairs. Most read in LifestyleLive BlogTRUTH WILL OUT Queen 'SHOCK as Meghan...
    A delivery person for DoorDash rides his bike in the rain. (TikToker @frenchfrythug not pictured.) Carlo Allegri/Reuters A delivery driver says a viral video where he left a note for a customer asking them to tip was fake. According to the New York Post, the driver uploaded a TikTok where he said he didn't actually leave the note.  At the time of writing, the TikToker's account was private and his videos were unavailable. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. A delivery driver said his viral video where he said he left a note at a customer's door asking them to tip was a stunt, according to the New York Post.  The DoorDash delivery driver, who goes by @frenchfrythug and is now private on TikTok, previously told Insider he left a note at a DoorDash customer's house asking them to tip. In the...
    Leonardo Da Vinci's drawing of the head of a bear was sold for a record £8.8million at auction. The picture, titled 'Head Of A Bear', was drawn on a pink-beige 'Post-It Note' less than three inches squared, made in 1480, The Times reports.  It was purchased at Christie's auction house by an unnamed 'family trust' and is the most expensive sale for any of Da Vinci's work on paper.   Leonardo Da Vinci's drawing of the head of a bear (pictured), which is three inches squared, was sold for a record £8.8million at auction  The 'Post-It note' size drawing was purchased at Christie's auction house (pictured) by an unnamed 'family trust' and is the most expensive sale for any of Da Vinci's work on paper The sale beat the 2001 sale for his 'Horse and Rider', bought for more than 8million pounds - the former record for a drawing by the Italian Renaissance master.  The picture has been on display in New York, Hong Kong and London before it's purchase.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    A "Post-it note"–sized sketch of a bear created by Leonardo da Vinci sold for nearly $12.3 million on Thursday, a record sale price for a drawing by the artist at an auction. Christie’s, the London-based auction house, sold Head of a Bear after it was on a display tour between New York and Hong Kong. The company put a low-end estimate for the 2.7-inch drawing at over $11 million but said it could sell for as high as $16.7 million. The final price at $12.3 million placed the tiny square sketch, which is over 500 years old, at a slightly higher value than the previous record of $11.5 million offered for the marginally larger silverpoint study Horse and Rider at an auction in 2001. "With silverpoint as his only instrument, Leonardo achieved great luminosity evoking the play of light and shade on the animal's dense fur," Christie's wrote in a social media post. The auction house did not reveal the identity of the buyers, but the drawing was sold in a single bid to a man and a woman....
    A staff member holds a drawing titled 'Head of a Bear' by Leonardo da Vinci during a photo call at Christie's auction house in London. Wiktor Szymanowicz/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) A tiny Da Vinci drawing fetched a big price of $12.2 million at a July 8 Christie's auction. The sketch, "Head of a Bear," measures only 2.75-by-2.75 inches.  It is one of the painter's studies of animals, and experts believe the piece came from Da Vinci's sketchbooks. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Would you pay over $12 million for a drawing the size of a Post-It Note? The answer for one art buyer was a resounding yes. The drawing was a sketch from Leonardo da Vinci, and one of the rare sketches from the Italian Renaissance master to hit the auction floor in the last 20 years. Titled "Head of a Bear," the piece was created using a technique called silverpoint, which involves artists employing a thin, silver wire held on a makeshift stylus to make etchings on paper. This tiny 2.7-by-2.7-inch sketch was auctioned...
    A man who claims he worked for Zappos founder Tony Hsieh is suing his estate for $12.5million citing a scribbled post-it note as a 'contract' which he says proves he is entitled to the money.  Hsieh died aged 46 in November last year in a shed at the Connecticut home of a friend. He'd been abusing drugs, barely eating and was sleep deprived at the time.  Since then, his $840million estate has been hit with a claim from his long-time friend Jennifer 'Mimi' Pham. She is seeking $90 million.  On Tuesday, Mark Evensvold filed his own claim for $12.5million. He says Hsieh promised him the money as payment for working at his homes, including in Park City Utah, where Evensvold says he was tasked with building treehouses. He claims Hsieh promised him a $450,000 salary.  The post-it note is a transcript, he says, of a conversation they had 'on the beach' about what kind of work he would do for him. It is barely legible but was dated August 19, 2020.  On Tuesday, Mark Evensvold filed his own claim for $12.5million and the...
    SOME days you might need a little something extra to help motivate you to get the housework done - and this cleaning-mad mum might just have what you need. Emma Roberts, who goes my the name The Organised Mum on TikTok, shared her simple tip online, and people reckon it's pretty genius. 5Emma Roberts, who goes my the name The Organised Mum on TikTok said to ditch your to-do list and use post-it notes insteadCredit: TikTok / theorganisedmum According to Emma, it's time to ditch your to-do lists and replace it with a stack of colourful post-its instead - and while it might sound strange at first, she explains why. "I wanted to share a hack with you to help you keep motivated when cleaning," she says in the video. Before adding: "Instead of a to-do list, write jobs down on post-it notes then stick them in the places that need cleaning/organising." Emma zooms around her kitchen which has bright pink post-it notes strategically scattered throughout. 5She said to write down each of your chores on...
    (CNN)Of the duo that created 3M's now-ubiquitous Post-it Notes, Spencer Silver was, quite literally, the glue. Silver, a chemist from Texas, created the adhesive that gives Post-it Notes their stickiness. It took years for his colleague Art Fry to realize the specific genius of Silver's invention. If it weren't for Silver sticking by his adhesive, it's unlikely Post-it Notes ever would've taken over our desks, refrigerators and textbooks. In a way, Silver is responsible for millions of Americans remembering to pick up eggs from the store or the date and time of an important meeting.Silver, who earned 37 patents while at 3M and was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame for his achievements, died this month at age 80, 3M confirmed. He's survived by his wife, Linda, his daughter, Jennifer, his two grandchildren and the sticky notes that litter our lives. How Silver made Post-its stickRead MoreIn 1968, Silver happened upon a unique, if imperfect, adhesive solution: It was strong enough to hold papers together, but weak enough to allow the papers to be pulled apart with ease....
    THE classic stationery staple known as the Post-it note has been around since 1974. However, the idea for the notes did not really take off until six years later, when it was officially renamed by its inventors. 4Post-it Notes became popular in 1980, six years after their inventionCredit: Getty Who is the inventor of the Post-it Note? Spencer Silver, 80, was the original inventor of the Post-it Notes back in the 1970’s. The idea for the notes came when Silver, a chemist, discovered a special adhesive formula while working at a company lab in 1968, according to 3M, the makers of the notes. The adhesive allowed for the notes to stick and unstick on surfaces without leaving glue residue. 4Spencer Silver was one of the inventors of the Post-it Notes and passed away on May 8, 2021 at his homeCredit: NIHF Education How did Post-it Notes get invented? Silver was still unsure of what his plan for the adhesive would be and in 1974, his colleague Art Fry suggested it would be a good fit to prevent bookmarks from sliding...
    Guest Jeopardy! host and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers covered the game show podium in post-it notes reminding him to be on his best behavior and … not to “pick your nose/butt.” “This is the @jeopardy podium, and my sticky notes from the 2nd day of filming,” Rodgers wrote on Instagram, along with pictures of the notes. “I used a lot of these stickies over the couple days of filming and put reminders on there like ‘Speak Less’, which was an ode to Paul Rudd on Forgetting Sarah Marshall, during surf lessons; ‘do less’.”   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Aaron Rodgers (@aaronrodgers12) Most of the notes were reminders about how to behave and act while guest hosting the iconic trivia game, such as “slow down,” which Rodgers said was a reminder for when he read the clues to the contestants. “Stand Up Straight,” was another cue, and Rodgers revealed that he often catches himself “bent over” while reading the clues, adding, “that was a reminder to stand up in certain moments when...
    LINDENHURST, Long Island (WABC) -- A coffee shop in Suffolk County is spreading kindness using Post-it Notes.In October, the owner of Muni's Coffee Joint in Lindenhurst, Alice Bopp, allowed customers to buy a cup of coffee for other customers and leave the order on a Post-it Note on a board in the shop.Bopp said a customer saw the idea on social media and presented it to her, and that it's meant to show people that strangers can care for each other."To give a little cheerful, to give a little positive word in such a down moment," Bopp said. "We're going through this whole year."ALSO READ | Be Kind: New Jersey teens look to raise global morale 1 cheer at a timeBopp said they've gone through more than 500 Post-it Notes and, through Venmo, she has received money from people all over the country, including in New Jersey, Connecticut and Minnesota."The messages are beautiful," she said. "People are saying, 'We are far away, but we want to contribute. We want to be part of this positive feeling.'"Bopp said people come into...
    LINDENHURST, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — An initiative on Long Island is gaining attention. Customers are paying it forward, and it all begins with a post-it note. Alice Bopp and her family moved to Lindenhurst from Rio de Janeiro. “I’m from Brazil, I love coffee,” Bopp told CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan. Alice Bopp, owner of Muni’s coffee shop in Lindenhurst, speaks to a customer. (Credit: CBS2) Bopp opened Muni’s on Wellwood Avenue, then the pandemic hit. “We here, and community, we stood together,” she said. Once able to reopen, they offered walk-up service, and finally, coffee can now be ordered inside, too. “My barista popping up, saying, ‘Have you seen this?'” Bopp said. Customers were connecting with suggestions on paying it forward — buy a coffee for someone struggling. “Let’s jump right in! Let’s turn this board around. Let’s start sticking post-it on it. The first post-it, we did it, and then from there, nonstop,” Bopp said. Translating to five batches of notes, totaling almost 500 drinks. CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Ask CBS2’s Dr. Max Your Vaccine Questions COVID Vaccine FAQ From CDC Vaccination...
    FRESH flight logs detailing the people who travelled on Jeffrey Epstein's private aircraft will make the last list "look like a post-it note", a source has claimed. Epstein, who killed himself last year while awaiting trial on child sex trafficking charges, is known to have travelled extensively, often with some of the world's most famous and powerful people. 3Jeffrey Epstein killed himself last year while awaiting trial on child sex trafficking chargesCredit: AP:Associated Press 3Much of the financier's abuse is thought to have been carried out on board his various aircraftCredit: Instagram 3He often used the craft to travel to private Caribbean Island Little St JamesCredit: Reuters Much of the financier's abuse is thought to have been carried out on board his various aircraft as well as on his private Carribean island, Little St James. The attorney general for the US Virgin Islands has now requested complete logs for every flight made between 1998 and Epstein's death, The Mirror reported. The request reportedly covers four helicopters and three planes. Logs provided in 2009 by David Rodgers, one of...
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