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    A MAN who tattooed his own face on TikTok while drunk insists he has no regrets. User @crisggrim went viral after sharing a clip of him inking between his eyebrows despite being tipsy. 3The TikTok user tattoed himself on camera while drunkCredit: Tiktok/@crisggrim 3He says he has 'no regrets' after inking his faceCredit: Tiktok/@crisggrim The self-proclaimed punk rock artist can be seen attempting to guide the tattoo gun down from his forehead to create a line. Open-mouthed and staring blankly into his phone camera instead of a mirror, he draws up and down shakily. A thick black line can be seen on his face as the video - viewed more than 3million times and captioned "no regrets" - ends. He later shared another clip on the platform, showing that he had made the line into an upside-down cross. Read more tattoo storiesIN YOUR FACE I was bullied for being different - now people get my face TATTOOED on them But while some hailed his bold move, others were left stunned. One TikTok commented: "That’s riiiiight!!! Drive fast and take chances."...
    A WOMAN has claimed her holiday in Bali turned into a disaster after a major henna fail left her with a bad allergic reaction. Taking to TikTok, Millie T. (@milliet24) shared a little snippet of her trip to Bali where she went to celebrate a friend's birthday - but things took a very sharp turn after paying for black henna. 3Millie's holiday in Bali turned into a nightmare very quicklyCredit: tiktok.com/@milliet24 3The design the holiday-goer had imagined she'd leave withCredit: tiktok.com/@milliet24 After deciding to leave all the blokes behind and have a girls-only day by a swimming pool, Millie found the birthday girl getting a foot massage and henna tattoos done. ''I was like 'You know what, I'ma join you' so I got a leg rub done as well. ''It was all going so great. We were like 'Living life'.'' Perhaps inspired by her pals who got black henna tattoos - one of whom later complained about the dye giving her a stinging sensation - Millie then decided to give it a go too. read more hair and beauty storiesHAIR-RENDOUS...
    WHEN it comes to furnishing your home, things can get expensive. None of us want our space to look cheapy or thrown together, but most of us don’t have the money to splurge on designer couches or high-end décor. 3A real estate pro on TikTok said she knows how to get expensive looking furniture for lessCredit: Tiktok/girlsgottoeat 3All you need to do is take a photo of the item you loveCredit: Tiktok/girlsgottoeat A home expert named Tammi, who goes by @girlsgottoeat on TikTok, has gained a following of nearly 140k users thanks to her videos that offer décor advice and real estate tips. She recently shared one of her favorite money-saving hacks and the clip received over 570k views: “I design Airbnbs for a living, which means I shop a lot in store and online. “Yesterday in Nashville I went to a high-end boutique, and I found this rug and I thought it was perfect for the new Airbnb I am designing.” READ MORE HOME HACKSSTART SMALL I’m a professional organizer - get your house tidy with my ‘5-minute’ home...
    WANT to be the best party host of the summer without spending an arm and a leg? Social media influencer Natalie Hamilton posted a video sharing her cheap drink idea that will please all party guests this summer. 4One social media user shared her cheap summer drink hackCredit: TikTok/alettoshawty 4She cuts open the freezer pop and pours vodka insideCredit: TikTok/alettoshawty "If you like to please a crowd and stay on a budget, these are for you," she said. First, Hamilton said you need to get a container of freeze pops. She said she got her huge assortment of flavored freeze pops from Walmart for just under $3. One ice pop at a time, she cut the top of the top off and poured out about an inch or two of liquid. READ MORE ON CHEAP HACKSSCENT SECRET I’m a Dollar Tree super fan - the cheap hack to make your home smell amazingCHEAPER COFFEE I’m a Starbucks super fan - how to get a cheap venti using my app trick Then, using your favorite vodka, she said to fill...
    A TikTok trend where people use a high voltage to make a lightening-like design on wood, has claimed the lives of two people in Wisconsin. Tanya Rodriguez, 44, and James Carolfi, 52, , who have been described as a couple in local reporting, were killed while practicing fractal wood burning in the garage of their home in Rozellville, Marathon County, on April 6. Their deaths have been described as 'accidental' and foul play has been ruled out.  The pair were electrocuted to death before the fractal wood burning equipment started a house fire, according to Sheriff's Deputy Chad Billeb.  Tanya Rodriguez, 44, and James Carolfi, 52, of Rozellville, Wisconsin died as the result of electrocution while fractal burning also known as Lichtenberg Wood Burning on April 6, 2022. During a press conference Marathon County Deputy Chad Billeb explained the couple died before the fire Investigators in the case originally viewed the fire as 'suspicious.' Officials now say that foul play is not suspected in the case Investigators in the case originally felt that the fire was suspicious, reports The Wausau...
    AFTER a 16 hour shift at work all Taylor Dunham wanted to do was put her feet, relax and go to sleep.  But when she walked into her bedroom, she claims she was met with a surprise. 2Taylor has explained her surprising story on how she dealt with her boyfriend cheatingCredit: tiktok.com/@tdunham5 Her boyfriend was in bed with another woman but instead of starting an argument, she claims she was too tired to argue and got into bed with the pair to go to sleep.  Taylor shared her story on TikTok and her video has since gone viral as many were shocked by her technique of dealing with her cheating, now former boyfriend. In a TikTok clip that has racked up a million views, Taylor said: “Me thinking about the time I came home from a 16 hour shift and my ex was in my bed with another girl and I jumped in bed with them and asked them to finish somewhere else because I was too tired to fight.” And many people were eager to know the reaction o...
    A woman whose husband tragically died in a freak accident has gone viral on social media after using dark humour to cope with his passing. Bonnie Caldwell, who lives in New Zealand, admitted that she was furious when her husband Matt failed to reply to her text messages while on a boys' trip, but thought his lack of contact was likely due to a hangover. Posting on TikTok, the 26-year-old, said that it wasn't until she received a message from his brother urging her to come to his house that she learnt Matt had died in a freak accident. She has gone viral after posting a video entitled: Me getting sh***y because my husband was on a boys trip and wasn't replying to me.  The clip then cut to an image of his photo with a candle alongside it, with the caption: 'He was dead'.  Bonnie has racked up over 3 million views on the clip captioned 'I mean, he could have at least given me a heads up. #darkhumour'  Bonnie Caldwell, 26, (pictured) who lives in New Zealand, has...
    Single mother-of-two Drew Barrymore has opened up about the awkward moment she tried to hit on a 'cute' stranger in Central Park - only to discover that the man was nearly 20 years her junior.  The 47-year-old talk show host opened up about the hilarious run-in during an episode of The Drew Barrymore Show last week, while chatting with guest and CBS Mornings host Gayle King. According to Drew, she had decided to approach the 'really cute' unnamed man a few days earlier, after finding herself attracted to him during a New York City outing. Eager to take more risks in her dating life, Drew decided to shoot her shot with the guy, and asked him if he was single. However, she confessed that her approach was made all the more tricky because she was wearing a balaclava - which is like a ski mask and covers your entire face, except for the eyes. To make matters worse, she soon discovered that he was 19 years younger than her.  'I saw this man in this park, and he was really cute...
    LOOKING elegant while staying within your budget is actually achievable and a fashion expert has revealed how. Joanna Mendoza shared her two tips on how to elevate your wardrobe while making sure you don't break the bank. 3A monochromatic outfit of any color will doCredit: joaanmendoza/Tiktok 3Your accessories don't have to be expensive to get the job doneCredit: joaanmendoza/Tiktok A MONOCHROMATIC LOOK Simply wearing the same color throughout your outfit can elevate your look and leave you looking like you're ready to have dinner with the elites. This will make all your staple pieces look good and it is a nod to Coco Chanel's 1926 'Little Black Dress,' which started the monochrome trend. ACCESORIES From Shein to Ana Luisa, price is not a factor. You don't have to dip into your savings to give your outfit an upscale feel when on the hunt for bags and necklaces. The simple edition of a faux gold chain and some sunnies is enough to do the job. SAVE MORE If you're looking for other ways to not break the bank with...
    A Florida hospital worker with more than 100,000 TikTok followers has died after being involved in a hit-and-run accident while leaving his shift. Endoscopy technician Leonardo Gil Fraga, 34, had been riding on his motorcycle at around 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday before he was hit by an SUV that was turning left at the intersection of East 8th Avenue and 21st Street in Hialeah, a city in Miami-Dade County. The driver of a dark-colored SUV was captured turning left onto the roadway only seconds before Gil - who had the right of way - had entered the intersection.  Girl was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital where he eventually succumbed to his injuries. He leaves behind a young son. He had been employed at Hialeah Hospital for more than a decade where he started as a janitor after his family immigrated from Cuba before working his way up to a patient transporter and then an endoscopy technician. An endoscopy is a procedure used to examine the inside of the body using a flexible tube.  A GoFundMe page for the TikTok star...
    NOTHING makes a house come alive like colorful, happy plants. Whether you have orchids, roses, or ferns, you’ll want to make sure to water them consistently so that they keep their vibrant color. 3A man who goes by @Creative_Explained has a trick to keep your plants alive while you're on vacationCredit: TikTok / Armen Adamjan 3His method is very easy to recreate at homeCredit: TikTok / Armen Adamjan Unfortunately, many of our plants die while we’re away on vacation because no one is looking after them. Even just 3 days away from a flower can cause it to slightly wither down. But one man on TikTok, the very popular @Creative_Explained, said he has the perfect solution to ensure that your plants stay alive while you’re gone. “When you’re done with a plastic bottle, don’t throw it out,” he began. “Instead, what you want to do is poke a hole in the cap and put a Q-tip through it.” The hole was just big enough to hold the Q-tip in place. Most read in LifestyleNO GOING BACK Harry faces 'final nail...
    A WOMAN who claimed to be a former Texas Roadhouse employee wants to save customers money. So, she revealed the meal you should really be ordering if you want steak because according to her, you get much more food for less. 3A person previously employed by Texas Roadhouse revealed how to eat more steak for less money at the restaurantCredit: TikTok/aever17 3Her trick also gets you an extra side dish of your choiceCredit: TikTok/aever17 “I used to work at Texas Roadhouse, so hear me out,” the former employee, named Ashley Everson, said in a video posted to her TikTok page. “When you go to Texas Roadhouse, order the Filet Medallions. “Here’s the deal.” She then revealed you get 9 ounces of steak with the Filet Medallions, but only 6 or 8 ounces if you order a filet mignon steak from the “regular menu.” Furthermore, the medallions are cheaper than the regular steak – but that’s not all. “You get an extra side because the medallions come over rice or mashed potatoes, but what they’re not going to tell you is...
    The TikTok star brother of Kansas Chiefs' quarterback Patrick Mahomes was hit by anti-gay chants of 'Ma-homo' while filming a dancing clip at the sidelines of a recent game.   Jackson Mahomes, 21, was subjected to homophobic chants during Kansas City's 28-24 victory over the Broncos in Denver, Colorado, on January 8. In a video shared on Twitter, an unseen fan can be heard yelling twice, 'Hey, Ma-homo, Ma-homo,' while zooming the camera onto Jackson, who was standing on the sideline in a red Chiefs jacket in what appears to be a brief timeout. He can be observed ignoring the slurs, while taking pictures of his brother's fiancée, Brittany Matthews, who heard the anti-gay slurs and snapped, saying: 'How rude.'  Afterwards, Jackson shared a clip of himself dancing on the sidelines of the game with his 990,000 TikTok followers, but the anti-gay slurs weren't audible, and he made no comment on them.  
    ELF on the Shelf can be a fun opportunity to get your kids excited for Christmas. But for this mum, she may have upped the elf's naughty antics a little too high. 6She left 'Cookie' the Elf in the kids dollhouse with the scissorsCredit: @julissssaaaa/Tiktok Julissa, a mum-of-five, shared footage of her using scissors to cut holes in her children's pajamas as they slept to Tiktok, The 11 second video has 19.5million views and carries a warning that 'the action in this video could result in serious injury.' She shows herself using scissors to cut at her young childrens pajamas, then showed her elf 'Cookie' with the cut-out scraps and a sign that reads: "I was cold and couldn't find a blanket, I hope you don't mind." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED A lot of commenters were concerned about the children getting hurt, as one said: "Is anyone else cringing thinking that they are going to cut their skin also!??!" and nearly 40 others agreed with her. Julissa explained in the comments: "I...
    A WOMAN has shared her secret to saving tons of money during the holidays: gift cards. And no, she doesn't buy gift cards for other people – but rather she uses them to pay for all of her Christmas shopping. 3A mom shared how she was able to only spend $1.25 for ChristmasCredit: TikTok/@chantellaurenofficial 3She also did not hold back on the gifts she got her kidsCredit: TikTok/@chantellaurenofficial Mom Chantel Lauren said in a video: "2020 was a crazy year and so this year, we had to get frugal. "Target offers these deals all the time where you get free gift cards – anywhere from $5 to $20 – on things like laundry detergent, dish soap, and more." She then explained that she made sure to purchase products that came with said gift cards. The mom the claimed she stashed all her gift cards in an envelope to save the gift cards. "And on top of that, if you have the Circle app, you get points," she continued. "And those points get you more money. So it's like Target...
    IF YOU find yourself running out of space while cooking large meals, a new tip might be useful to you.  An expert has revealed a way to keep gravy warm while keeping it off the stovetop. 3A TikToker said her trick for keeping gravy warm frees up space for cookingCredit: TikTok 3The gravy stays warm and is ready to be consumed at any timeCredit: TikTok The woman said her trick allows other things to be cooked on a burner you might have usually used to keep gravy heated.  “To save space on your stovetop while cooking Thanksgiving dinner, pour your gravy in a thermos to keep it warm,” the woman wrote in a video she posted to TikTok.  “When it’s time to eat, pour [the gravy] into your gravy boat,” she concluded.  This hack can be used for other sauces that need to stay warm prior to serving as well. For those making gravy to pour over a home-cooked turkey, there’s a hack that promises a juicy and flavorful bird.  Most read in LifestyleROYAL RAGE Harry 'shot daggers at media'...
    A SAVVY mother has revealed a genius hack to stop your baby from peeing on you while you change the diaper.  All you need is a cold wet wipe. 3A mother is sharing a tip that could transform the experience of changing a baby's diaperCredit: TikTok 3This tip is thought to help prevent a baby from going to the bathroom while in the middle of a diaper changeCredit: TikTok “To ensure that your little one has completely finished going to the bathroom, before changing their diaper, swipe a wet cold wipe down their belly button,” the mother, named Kelsey Hill, instructed in a video posted to TikTok. “This will cause them to finish up before you change them.” She added that the trick is especially helpful with boys. Fellow moms were thankful for this trick, with one commenting she was “excited” to use it.  “I’ve been warned that they tend to get messy,” she added.  This isn’t the only tip Kelsey gave to her followers, though.  Most read in LifestyleROYAL RAGE Fans all saying same thing as Meghan's ex gives...
    A former bartender who learned how to cook during lockdown has revealed how he quit his job and released a recipe book after going viral on TikTok.  Known only as Bartek, the 25-year-old, who lives in London, was bored while furloughed from his bartending job in April last year and decided to try his hand at cooking for the first time, making a cheesecake.  His younger sister Tosia, 16, was so impressed she encouraged him to post a video of the cake online and his second post – creamy garlic and parmesan chicken – went viral, reaching 500,000 people overnight.    The budding chef - who goes by username Letsmunch - has been so successful that he was able to quit his bartending job for good and has now launched his own book of recipes called Let's Munch: The Chronicles.  Bartek, 25, who lives in London, who learned how to cook during lockdown, has revealed how he quit his job and released a recipe book after going viral on TikTok His mouth-watering recipes include avocado toast with bacon, hollandaise sauce and a poached...
    A spike in children needing skin grafts for horrific burns has led to doctors warning against a Squid Game-inspired trend on TikTok. The second challenge in the hugely popular Netflix programme sees contestants attempt to snap the edges of a honeycomb biscuit off until just a shape in the middle is left. Those who fail are executed.  Now the viral 'honeycomb challenge' sees fans make the sweet treats from scratch at home, which involves melting down sugar at 150C to create the gooey mixture, which sticks to skin like glue. Specialist burns units across the country have been hit with a spate of children aged between 11 and 15 suffering serious injuries since the show's release. The British Burn Association (BBA) posted an image of a burnt hand on Twitter, writing: 'Burns services are seeing a spike in burn injuries following #squidgame and social media #honeycomb trend. Many are requiring surgery to treat.' BBA Deputy Chair Professor Kayvan Shokrollahi is concerned the increasing number of children injured after copying the trend could be the 'tip of the iceberg'. Specialist burns units across...
    A mother has proudly revealed that she made her own 'udder butter' out of her breast milk and fed it to her husband.  Laura Hall, who is believed to be from the US, stunned TikTok viewers when she shared a video of her made-from-scratch butter, calling the one-of-a-kind spread her  'crowning achievement' in the caption.  'I've done it — I've made butter out of my breast milk,' she said, panning the camera down to show off her creation. 'I don't know if I've ever been more proud.' Scroll down for video   Say what? Laura Hall, who is believed to be from the US, debuted the butter she made out of her breast milk in a TikTok video  Proud: The mom couldn't stop laughing as she bragged about the fruits of her labor, which she dubbed her 'udder butter' Going viral: The video has been viewed more than 1.2 million times and has received thousands of comments, though reactions were mixed Hall couldn't stop laughing as she bragged about the fruits of her labor, saying: 'There's my butter — my butter, my udder butter.' The video...
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