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    INTRODUCING your partner to your parents is a big moment in a relationship. One woman revealed her sadness that her mum, who passed away when she was seven, would never get to meet her boyfriend - but then discovered something incredible. 4TikTok user Leah Menzies said she was sad her mum, who passed away when she was seven, never got to meet her boyfriendCredit: TikTok/@speccylee 4It turns out that her mum was her boyfriend's nursery teacher - and they found an old photoCredit: TikTok/@speccylee Leah Menzies, who posts on TikTok under @speccylee, made the mind-blowing discovery that her mum had met her partner, back when he was in nursery school. In a video that has over 10 million views, she shared how she found his old school photo, and her mum was standing in the shot. She wrote: “Me thinking my mum (who died when I was 7) will never get to meet my boyfriend. “Only to find she was his kindergarten teacher.” More on real lifeBRIDESMAID BAN I was the only sibling banned from my sisters wedding party She...
    Waiting at arrivals at Luton Airport for the 1.45pm flight from Warsaw this week, I found myself shaking with fear. What had I committed myself to?  On board were a group of frightened and damaged people, fleeing from the terrible dangers of Russia’s cruel war in Ukraine.  And two of them would be coming home with me.  I had signed up for the Homes For Ukraine scheme earlier this year, fuelled by compassion for the women and children struggling to reach the country’s Western border, longing to find peace and safety away from the bombs and brutality.  At the time, I wrote in my column about my decision to offer my tiny cottage up as a refuge, reckoning there must be an inherited need to help lodged in my DNA. After all, my family had taken in a refugee many years ago, too — an evacuee from London’s Blitz during World War II.  That young teenage girl stayed with my family for four years, and kept in touch long after. I prayed my experience would be as positive.  Daily Mail...
    A SAVVY DIY decorator managed to completely transform her drab and grotty bathroom into a stunning haven, spending just £200 on the whole thing. Manchester-based YouTuber Becca Howell clubbed in with her sister to buy the property last April but it needed a fair bit of work to bring it up to scratch. 4Before these bathroom had mould around the bath and looked grotty 4Afterwards it was a light and chic spaceCredit: BECCA HOWELL/Youtube The mum-of-two decided to keep the three-piece suite as it was to keep costs down but revamped the rest of the room completely on a tight budget. Becca said: "We're going to sort the grout on the tiles out and reseal all around the bath. "We're not sure whether to paint the tiles grey or white." In the end she painted a whole mosaic tile wall grey and changed all the taps for a more modern look. Read more on renovationsDI-WOW I'm a DIY whizz, I transformed the wasted space in my hallway into a chic office Becca then added a cabinet...
    A WOMAN has revealed her handy solution to drying her family’s clothes without having to pay for a tumble dryer. The mum took to Facebook showing how she airs her entire household’s laundry in the bath for free using multiple racks. 1A mum has shared how she manages to dry her entire family's laundry in the bath without needing a tumble dryerCredit: Tanya Knight - FACEBOOK She wrote: “My little laundry tip. “Might be an obvious one already but hopefully it will help at least one person. “With the energy costs changing I thought I would share what I do with my laundry when I am unable to put it outside on the washing line. “I’m actually not lucky enough to have space for a tumble drier so when it’s wet I do this. More on laundryCLEAN UP I’m a homecare expert - when to run your washing machine to save money on bills “I use hangers to hang everyone’s tops up in age order along my shower rail (helpful for when they are all dry, as I can just...
    There’s nothing quite as exciting as cracking open a pristine new diary, yet, after the past couple of years, we’d be forgiven for feeling a little anxious as we look at its empty pages. Will we finally be able to fill them in 2022? This time last year, I was inundated with requests from newspapers and magazines around the world seeking similar reassurance. Surely 2021 would be better than 2020? The problem was, I simply couldn’t tell people what they wanted to hear. With its series of nasty clashes between Saturn, the strict disciplinarian, and Uranus, the deceitful saboteur, 2021 was always going to be at least as bad, if not worse, than the year before. But 2022? A completely different story. This year, there is good news. Not only are there no major nasty planetary clashes causing havoc, but the most active of the highly influential so-called ‘outer’ planets is Jupiter, which brings luck. Overall, 2022 is a year when change isn’t just possible, it’s almost inevitable — on the world stage, for humanity as a whole, and on...
    A fashionista has left thousands scratching their heads with an 'optical illusion' dress that makes the waist look inches smaller than it really is.  An influencer named Jem sparked stunned responses after wearing the $32 AUD/$22.99 USD 'Mind Of My Own Maxi Dress' from Fashion Nova on TikTok. In a now-viral video, the brunette poses in the boldly printed frock before tying a thick piece of fabric tightly around her waist. The eye is tricked into seeing wider hips and a slimmer waist by the swirling downward pattern.  Scroll down for video A fashionista has left millions scratching their heads with an 'optical illusion' dress that makes the waist look inches smaller than it really is. @xojemian #fyp ♬ Girls Want Girls - Drake The video, which has racked up 2.6 million views since it was posted online on October 10, sparked stunned responses. Viewers swiftly flooded the comments section, saying they were 'struggling to fathom' how her figure looked in the dress. 'I couldn't comprehend that for so long,' one person wrote. 'Girl it looked like you cut yourself in...
    A former Disney princess is lifting the lid on what it is really like to work as a theme park character, recalling how 'creepy dads' would hit on her while she was dressed up in costume and how the pressure to look more like Ariel from The Little Mermaid led her to develop an eating disorder.  Sarah Daniels, 32, from Florida, has more than 65,000 followers on her TikTok account, where she fields questions from fans who want to know everything about the nearly 12 years she spent with the company. The performer, who is now a gamer and musical-theater actor, went viral last week after sharing a video detailing how men would come on to her and slip her their rooms keys when she was dressed as Tinker Bell.  Scroll down for video   Say what? Sarah Daniels, 32, from Florida, opened up on TikTok about the 'creepy dads' who would hit on her while she was working as a Disney princess  Wild: She recalled how married men would hand her their keys to their hotel rooms, particularly when she was dressed...
    A WOMAN who was dissatisfied with her vagina opted for surgery to change it into the the perfect barbie doll privates, but ended up regretting it. Casey Beros, author of The ‘Bad’ Girl’s Guide To Better, spent her early twenties fascinated by the idea of "designer vaginas" after watching a documentary on labiaplasty. 4Casey Beros, wrote about her experiences in her book The ‘Bad’ Girl’s Guide To Better which is out nowCredit: Chris Prestidge/@atdusk 4Casey Beros decided to have labiaplasty in order to tidy up her vaginaCredit: Chris Prestidge/@atdusk Labiaplasty is a cosmetic procedure designed to change the appearance of your vagina, by reducing the size of the labia and/or change its shape. Mum-of-two Casey said: "You see, somewhere along the line I got the idea that if I changed my genitals, I’d feel better about myself. More confident. Less self-conscious. Extra sexual. But all I really got was a slightly smaller labia minora and some lost sensitivity, which isn’t ideal. "At the time, I hadn’t yet watched enough porn to realise that the spectrum of a ‘normal’...
    It's one of the most famous images in the history of scientific endeavour. The Road To Homo Sapiens, by American-based artist Rudolph Zallinger, is a convenient shorthand to show the gradual evolution from primitive crawling apes to upright walking mankind. The image was created for a children’s book in the mid-1960s and has since appeared in humorously subverted versions everywhere, from T-shirts to The Simpsons. But the past few days have seen a new discovery which perfectly illustrates what scientists such as myself have long known: the image is completely wrong. A week ago, a huge prehistoric skull that had lain hidden in a Chinese well for 85 years resurfaced. Inconveniently, it doesn’t easily fit into the famous image, which shows us getting bigger and bigger brains as we evolve. The head was first discovered in 1933 by workers building a bridge over the Songhua River in Harbin, northern China. The labourers wrapped it in cloth and hid it in an old well to stop it falling into the hands of Japanese soldiers occupying the province. 'So it turns...
    LOUISE Fischer is a 26-year-old Danish journalist who has got the world very hot under the collar. According to many, she has crossed a journalistic line. To others, her actions were completely unnecessary. Heaps are outraged by her behaviour. 3Danish journalist Louise Fischer recorded herself ­interviewing a man as they had sexCredit: Instagram Personally, I think she sounds pretty cool. Pretty spunky, if you pardon the pun. This woman took part in a ­feature for Danish radio about the reopening of swingers’ clubs post-lockdown and recorded herself ­interviewing a man as they had sex. I think her intentions and approach are fascinating, very worthy and require an urgent conversation. We need to talk about sex. Why are we still so insanely sensitive around this subject, and especially women’s role in it?  As someone who was brought up in Sweden, where the approach is a pragmatic, logical and egalitarian one, I found the “titter ye not” attitude to sex itself in this country only served to burden the subject with gratuitous awkwardness.  It was as if this extra layer of comedy...
    APPLE’S new iPad Pro is finally here to blur the lines between tablet, computer and even phone. I’ve been testing the thin-and-light workhorse for a week – and I’m bloody well sold. 7Apple’s new iPad Pro is a highly portable powerhouseCredit: The Sun Apple’s iPads have come a long way since they first launched in 2010, and the iPad Pro is the stunning culmination of all that hard work. Even compared to 2020’s iPad Pro, the new model is lightyears ahead. The exterior hasn’t really changed, which is no bad thing. It’s still a giant slab of metal and glass that will draw the envy of geeks and casual onlookers alike…probably. 7Apple’s first 5G tablet supports seriously speedy internet – if you’re in an area with a 5G mast, of courseCredit: The Sun I’ll be honest, it was hard to imagine how the iPad Pro could get much better. But Apple has pulled a bunch of tricks out of its bottomless bag that make the 2021 iPad Pro an absolute treat to use. In many ways, it’s the same iPad...
    A CALIFORNIAN woman who bought THREE of Italy’s €1 houses has warned of the real price of renovating the bargain-priced properties. Solar consultant and business owner, Rubia Daniels, took up the fantastic offer in Mussomeli, Sicily – but quickly realised that it would total a MASSIVE €60,000. 8Rubia Dias bought three €1 houses in Mussomeli, Sicily 8However, she quickly realised the real cost of renovating the old property The enthusiastic new home owner, who speaks Italian, first became aware of the €1 homes after reading an article about the small Italian town online. She planned to retire in the country for many years and, upon discovering the deal, took the leap of faith and bought up a property in the spring of 2019. Upon arrival, she fell in love with the town that “sits above the clouds” and ended up buying three homes instead, including one for each of her sons, Yuri, 24, and Ygor, 22, and her daughter Selena, 24. She said: “They were all very excited and have different dreams and aspirations for the houses in the future....
    Some of the Women's Tennis Association's top players expressed concerns about getting the vaccine Monday at the Miami Open. Aryna Sabalenka, the Belarusian tennis star who ranked eighth in the world, made known she wasn’t the biggest fan of the coronavirus vaccine and wasn’t exactly keen on getting it. Sabalenka defeated Marketa Vondrousva 6-1, 6-2 in the round of 16 at the Miami Open, setting herself up with a matchup against the world’s No. 1 female tennis player Ash Barty. When talking about the coronavirus vaccine, Sabalenka said she wasn’t going to get it unless she has to. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus celebrates with the trophy following the Women's Singles Final match at Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex on Feb. 29, 2020 in Doha, Qatar. (Photo by Quality Sport Images/Getty Images) "So far I don't really trust it," she said, via Reuters. "It's tough to say, but I don't really want it yet and I don't want my family take it. "If I will have to do it, then...
    A year ago, Lauri Deason said her career as a screenwriter and producer was nearing a breakthrough. She and her husband, who own their own production company, were on the verge of signing a deal to create a series of films. She had recently finished graduate school and was teaching film to college students.  "I was really right there, on the summit, and as I was planting the flag, here comes COVID," she recalled.  As the pandemic swept across the country, the deal fell through and Deason's freelance clients dried up. Because her family's income essentially evaporated within weeks, her husband returned to work in his prior career in aviation, where he's picked up work as a pilot for charter flights and delivering everything from COVID-19 tests to mail. While that's helped them regain some income, it's also placed most of the household duties on Deason, such as helping their 10-year-old daughter with remote schooling.  "I'm more educated than he is; I have a master's degree," she reflected. "But he can still make more than I can. The economics...
    When Alfred Hitchcock started working on Psycho (1960), one of his biggest concerns was that his audience would arrive at theaters without knowing the main plot twists., which included the murder of the star Vivien Leigh in the first act and the final revelation surrounding Mrs. Bates. The filmmaker was convinced that prior knowledge would ruin not only the surprise, but the entire experience itself. His mission included buying all copies of the Robert Bloch-written novel on which the film is inspired, banning the cast from giving interviews to the media, preventing the studio from screening critics, and agreeing with exhibitors that no one could enter a review. once the projection has started. Finally, the director began a campaign in which he requested the collaboration of the public so that he did not reveal the secrets of the plot. This is how the so-called master of suspense began one of the greatest crusades against spoilers., a term that did not even exist at that time and that refers to any information that anticipates what happens in a movie or...
    Can’t Stop Shaking? Skip the Jitters and Enjoy One of These Coffee Alternatives Instead Bruins claim defenseman Jarred Tinordi off waivers from Predators © Provided by People miranda Lambert/ instagram Miranda Lambert and Brendan McLoughlin Miranda Lambert is thankful for all the time she's been able to spend with her husband Brendan McLoughlin. During an appearance on a recent episode of SiriusXM's The Storme Warren Show, the country star, 37, opened up about really getting to know her husband over the past year, now that they've been spending "so much alone time" together. "I think it was really good," Lambert said of the former NYPD officer, whom she met just months before marrying. "We didn't date very long before we got married," the singer added. "And so we sort of got to just really, really, really get to know each other. Cause it was just us two with no distraction, at my farm outside of Nashville. And so I was really thankful for it because it made us really strong." RELATED: The Cutest Photos of Miranda Lambert and Husband...
    Can cats talk? Of course they can — and I speak as someone with extensive experience of felines. I consider myself something of a cat whisperer — a skill that that comes from 63 years of devoted cat companionship. I like to think that Ted Platell, my rescue cat, and I understand each other. He knows I love and worship the ground his four paws gently pad on, and he has devised a language that lets me know exactly what he's thinking and wants. Pleasure, pain, annoyance — a cute little trill that tells me it's time for his evening treat, and another more shrill one reserved for mention of visits to the 'vee - ee - tee'. Yes I'd say we understand each other perfectly. But what animal lover wouldn't love to know what their pet is really thinking? Wouldn't we love to hear them articulate their thoughts? To hear an 'I love you so much, Mummy' as they stare dreamily into your eyes, while receiving a blissful head rub and scratch behind the ears? I like to...
    CNN’s Poppy Harlow grilled Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) over the stalled House coronavirus stimulus talks, asking the congressman whether most members are “so rich that they don’t really get what it’s like.” After House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) shot down Khanna’s call for Democrats to make a deal with the Republicans for a $1.8 trillion coronavirus stimulus for the American people, claiming he has “no idea of the particulars,” Khanna said on CNN, “Look, I have great admiration for Speaker Pelosi and her skills as a negotiator. I’m just talking about people I hear in my district.” “I represent Silicon Valley and Cupertino, where you have Apple computers. We have food banks, lines of thousands of people who don’t have enough food to feed their kids. We have working families who can’t pay their rent,” Khanna declared. “We have people who are struggling with small businesses, immigrants who have restaurants, and they’re concerned twenty, thirty years of work is gonna go down the drain.” “I’m speaking for them. That’s my job as a member of Congress to say we’ve...
    (CBS Local)- 45 years after Norman Lear’s original cast brought “One Day At A Time” to CBS, the show returns once more with a new cast and re-imagining of the story of multiple generations of a family all living under one roof. Starring Justina Machado, Rita Moreno, Isabella Gomez and Marcel Ruiz as the Alvarez family, the show tackles timely issues such as mental illness, immigration, sexism, homophobia and racism while making audiences laugh along the way. The show, which aired its first three seasons on Netflix before being picked up by ViacomCBS earlier this year, premieres its fourth season on the network tonight with a doubleheader of episodes. In the first, “Checking Boxes” the show tackles the census with Ray Romano guest starring as a census taker who learns a lot more about the Alvarez family than he expected. In the second, “Penny Pinching”, Penelope (played by Machado), gets out of her comfort zone and buys something new. As audiences prepare to see Season 4 of the show come to network television, CBS Local’s Ryan Mayer caught up with...
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