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    Finding the right time and place to end a relationship is always a tough call, not to mention choosing the most sensitive words. However, some people choose to deal with the uncomfortable task by getting creative, as these hilarious snaps from around the world of brutal break ups, collated by Traveler Door, have revealed. One man, from the US, decided to dump his wife along with all her belongings and even invited the neighbours along to the garage sale.   Another drew a picture of himself riding a giraffe in a bid to get out of the tricky situation without offering an explanation.  Meanwhile, a woman named Nikki, from Colorado, dumped her husband, Dave, and hit him where it hurts, by drawing on his car and clearing out his bank account.  Some people get creative when dumping someone with many from around the world sharing images of their brutal breakups and Traveler Door has taken the hilarious snaps and combined them into a funny gallery. This man, from the US, decided to dump his wife along with all her belongings in a...
    Galia Lahav's head designer told Insider that the pandemic had a positive impact on wedding dress fashion. Tali Photography/Eyal Nevo/Galia Lahav Many couples had to give up parts of their weddings because of the pandemic. But the rise of minimonies and elopements allowed brides to experiment with their wedding dresses. Custom gowns and high-fashion dresses have become more popular than ever, according to an expert. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Like most things in life, weddings changed in the pandemic. They were smaller, guests had to keep their distance from each other, and brides had to cover their faces to protect those around them.  These don't sound like the ideal circumstances for a celebration, but couples managed to make it work, creating beautiful minimonies and socially distant weddings over the past year. And according to Sharon Sever, the head designer for Galia Lahav, the new forms of celebrating marriage actually had a positive effect on wedding fashion. Some brides were able to invest more into their wedding dressesSever has worked with Galia Lahav for almost 25...
    Anita Hassanandani And Rohit Reddy welcomed their first child together on February 9 and made the announcement on social media with a cute post. The two had been documenting their journey on Instagram and had got pretty creative with it. From announcing the pregnancy with a cute video to Anita’s maternity shoot, the fans got to see a lot of adorable content on the picture-sharing platform. Anita had even shared a family picture after welcoming the little munchkin and it garnered a lot of love from everyone. Anita Hassanandani And Rohit Reddy Welcome A Baby Boy! Hina Khan, Nakuul Mehta, Bharti Singh Congratulate The Newly Blessed Parents. Now, after a few days of the delivery, the actress has posted a video announcing the name of her little baby boy. The video sees her cradling her belly while Rohit is sitting next to her on his knees. There is a bomb painted on Anita’s belly and Rohit lights it up for a surprise. The two close their ears and after a big bang, the little munchkin arrives in Anita’s arms. Their...
    Keeping chickens as pets is a subject that is back in the news this week after it was revealed how hundreds of hens and cockerels have been abandoned by owners who bought them on a whim over lockdown. The realisation of the work required, coupled with the recent introduction of measures to prevent the spread of bird flu, has led some owners to decide their birds are not worth the effort.  However, as these heart-warming photos prove, that's definitely not the case for all.  Chicken owners from around the world have shared the inventive coops they've designed for their feathered friends, from a spaceship to a lavish castle with a turret.    The photos were collated by website Pupperish. Here FEMAIL takes a look at some of the best designs...  Chicken owners have revealed some of the inventive pen designs they have created for their beloved pets including this Hobbit House design from an owner in France which is inspired by Lord of The Rings  This animal lover in the US went all out to create a UFO chicken coop complete...
    With the libraries shuttered, except for curbside pickup, Denver Public Library adult services librarian Heidi Young wanted to give people in the city a way to express their thoughts and emotions about COVID-19 and this brutal year. Inspired by Quaranzine, from the Arlington Public Library, Young decided to create a zine in which library staff and customers could reflect on these brutal times. "For myself as a teenager and a young person being involved in the underground music scene back in Seattle, zines were circulated a lot in that circle," Young says. "I would trade zines with my friends and drop them off at independent bookstores." Zines are DIY, homemade magazines often showcasing works by artists, writers, photographers, and other creatives. Young thought it would be the perfect way to give her coworkers an outlet. Related Stories MCA Denver's Citizenship: A Practice of Society Encourages Public Activism This Is Not an Arts & Venues Obituary, but We're in Mourning ArtHyve Is Archiving This Turbulent Historical Moment "We have a super creative and innovative staff, so I knew across the...
    A group of elderly residents at a nursing home in Shanghai has amazed social media with their creativity after stunningly recreating famous works of art. In a before-and-after style, the seniors are seen in viral footage doing their normal day-to-day activities before suddenly turning into renowned painting figures with a makeover. Hundreds of thousands of Chinese web users were impressed by the artistic pensioners who are smashing the stereotypes about the elderly. A group of elderly residents at a nursing home in Shanghai has amazed hundreds of thousands of social media users with their creativity after stunningly recreating famous works of art In a before-and-after style, the seniors are seen in viral footage doing their normal day-to-day activities before suddenly turning into renowned painting figures with a makeover Hundreds of thousands of Chinese web users were impressed by the artistic pensioners who are smashing the stereotypes about the elderly RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Taiwan threatens to punish its pop stars for singing... Chinese kindergarten teacher is sentenced to death for......
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- In an area known for innovation, Bay Area parents are getting creative when it comes to their kids and school in light of COVID-19. Many are contemplating alternative learning options for the fall either out of necessity or preference.Mom Lian Chang recently created a Facebook group called Pandemic Pods and Microschools.VIDEO: Expect face masks, social distancing, possible 'hybrid' learning when kids return to classrooms, CA superintendent saysEMBED More News Videos SCHOOL & COVID-19: The classroom will likely look a lot different if, and when, California students return to school in the fall. State Superintendent Tony Thurmond answered your questions with ABC7's Kristen Sze. Pandemic Pods are groups of children who get together with the same kids every day while learning at home, either with a hired teacher or with one parent taking turns with the pod.The idea being children would still have engagement, socialization and in-person teaching.Chang's son is three and while his pre-school is planning to be open this fall, Chang isn't sure that's the best option."For us, it has to do with concerns the...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — As many businesses reopen and people return to work, a job that requires close contact, dance, is still a long ways from getting back on the stage. CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge recently spoke to dancers waiting in the wings. Using their balconies, living rooms, and the outdoors, dancers are finding a new way to express themselves while studios and theaters remain closed. “Dancers rely so much on being in close proximity and really connecting with each other and touching each other,” dancer and choreographer Michael Spencer Phillips said. “I’ve been exploring the city, trying to find places that inspire me to do choreographed work in either open spaces or confined spaces. I’ve choreographed a solo in a stairwell during this time.” CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Resources, Hotlines, Unemployment & Covering Bills Remote Learning Tools For Parents Teaching At Home Ask Dr. Max Your Health Questions How Make Your Own DIY Face Mask How To Safely Remove Disposable Gloves Tips For Parents To Help Kids Cope Chopper 2 Over Empty NYC Streets, Landmarks Complete Coronavirus Coverage Phillips has danced professionally...
    Texas grocer Central Market turned salad bars and hot bars into packaged food displays during the pandemic.Source: Central Market Grocery stores have shut down self-serve salad bars during the pandemic. They've taken away displays of fresh olives and dips. And they've replaced giant kettles of ready-to-ladle hot soup with sealed to-go containers. The deli and prepared food areas that used to draw traffic to stores and differentiate grocers have fallen from favor as customers worry about the spread of the coronavirus, cook more from scratch and try to limit their time in stores. Grocers are trying to revive those parts of the store with new approaches. At Publix, salad bars and hot bars have reopened, but employees dish out each item. Wegmans moved hummus, olives and more behind a counter where cheese shop employees fill orders. And at Texas-based H-E-B, some coolers carry prepared meals from local restaurants and a former food bar became an ice chest of beers. Companies and industry watchers say self-serve bars may be gone for awhile, and perhaps forever, even as consumers return to more...
    FARMINGDALE, New York -- Long Island's Main Street Pizza Company always pushed the boundaries when it comes to getting creative with their pizza flavors.When the coronavirus pandemic hit, owner David Fabrizi wanted to give families not just a delicious pizza that they ordered, but also a way to have some fun while spending the majority of their time at home."Once the virus started we had to adjust and do some different things, so we came up with some ideas," said Fabrizi. "Some of our stuff includes board game boxes and having our pizza delivery in luxury exotic cars as well as our alcohol ice pops and our alcohol slushies to-go. We just really started letting the creative juices flow."They sell two variations of the board game pizza boxes. One that's directed for people who have kids and the other geared toward adults. Not only do the board game boxes keep customers ordering from the Main Street Pizza Company, but their out of the box pizza flavors as well.They still serve the classics such as the traditional Sicilian and Grandma pies,...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- The balloons were there. So were the home made signs. But there was something very different during this year's graduation ceremony at Overfelt High School in San Jose.It was the parade of cars."They are driving with one car full of as many family members as they want to put in there. And they are picking up their senior honors and receiving their diplomas," said principal Vito Chiala.After looking at all types of options to honor its students and stay in line with social distancing guidelines, the staff at Overfelt H.S. decided to hold an outdoor ceremony for the seniors.The campus was transformed into a giant drive-thru for the occasion. Families drove in from one end and stopped the car in front of a stage. Student was able to get out and walk across the stage to get their diplomas from the principal and staff. Family members could take pictures and video from inside the vehicle. It was not what students were used to seeing, but after seeing their prom and awards ceremonies cancelled, they were...
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