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    When you're a perfectionist who likes things just so, there's nothing more irritating than spotting a tiny but crucial detail that's ruining the scene in front of you.  Constative has rounded up a selection of photos from around the world that were snapped by perfectionists who noticed small errors in everyday situations - including a supermarket shelf of neatly-aligned mustard, with one bottle upside down.  One snap shows a wife who repeatedly ripped messy holes in packaging rather than opening the seals properly, while another photo captures a line-up of cars all parked outside the designated bays.  And an unsettling snap of a garden shows a KitKat that's been nibbled at in the middle, rather than the chocolate fan breaking off the fingers.  It's what's inside that counts! A man, who lives in the U.S, shared a snap revealing the packages his wife has destroyed instead of opening them neatly  Constative has rounded up a selection of viral images that annoy perfectionists - including a supermarket in Latin America selling Pepsi alongside Coca Cola One individual admitted they were horrified...
    AN apprentice was hung upside down and slapped during a savage Christmas party prank. Ilyas Elkharraz, 23, says he was “degraded, humiliated and embarrassed” in the incident, which was filmed by his colleagues. 3Ilyas Elkharraz is suing his former employer after he was filmed being hanged upside downCredit: 9News/A Current Affair 3The 23-year-old says he was 'degraded, humiliated and embarrassed'Credit: 9News/A Current Affair Video shows at least one person slapping Ilyas as others can be heard laughing in the background. “I felt like a piece of meat about to get cut,” he told A Current Affair. “After a week I started to get flashbacks. I got nightmares from it. It’s like I was a cow, hanging upside down.” Ilyas moved to Australia from Morocco and worked at the shop for three years but quit after the abuse last year and has now launched a court case. He also claims he was still a first-year apprentice carpenter because his boss stopped him from going to college, a core requirement of any Australian apprenticeship. Most read in US NewsPINE-ING FOR MELANIA Jill's...
    It was a clear, sunny, blue-sky day the day I learned I had breast cancer. The brutally unexpected so often seems to happen on such days. For a few months over the past summer, I had an intermittent sharp pain under my left breast, as if the wire from a bra was cutting in. Sometimes it woke me at night, sometimes it disappeared for days. But there was no lump or general tenderness.  When I mentioned the pain to anyone, they would say: ‘Well at least it’s not breast cancer because you don’t get a pain with breast cancer.’ But then I read about how Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding, who sadly died of breast cancer in September, experienced a pain which she attributed to a guitar strap rubbing her breast. It made me think that I should get my pain investigated – but not right then. At some point. In the future. It was a clear, sunny, blue-sky day the day I learned I had breast cancer. The brutally unexpected so often seems to happen on such days I...
    The Prince of Bell-Air, a cult series that starred Will Smith in the 1990s, is undergoing a remake, the first teaser of which was released on Tuesday, November 23rd. Relaxedly renamed “Bel-Air”, this new version makes Will Smith’s voice even louder at first glance, much darker than its famous model. Humor led to drama on the show, which was meant to be realistic and aimed at denouncing racism and social inequality in contemporary America. Bel-Air, set in modern America, took a dramatic new hour in the sitcom of the 1990s, creating the original storyline: Will’s complex journey between the streets of Philadelphia and the inaccessible apartments of Bel-Air ”, it declares. “We stuck with the summary of the original series, that is, Will’s life turned upside down after being forced to leave West Philly to land in the mansion and wealthy city of Bel-Air. However, our new series brings the Will and the Banks family into the world,” said the series’ creator, DJ Brady. Newson told Collider. It is scheduled to air in 2022 “With a redesigned look, Bell-Air...
    Getty Ebenezer Scrooge from Radio City Entertainment's "A Christmas Carol" creates and enjoys the "Scrooge Sandwich" (Turkey, Pastrami, Muenster Cheese, Deli Mustard, on Rye bread, with a side of Cranberry Sauce) at the Stage Door Deli in New York City. "A Christmas Carol" plays at the Theater at Madison Square Garden through December 29th, the "Scrooge Sandwich" is also available through the 29th at the Stage Door Deli. Happy Thanksgiving! If you’re running out of conversation starters for your family, friends or cat as you recover from turkey dinner, here’s one for you: Why are cranberry sauce labels upside-down? It’s a longtime mystery that popped up online again in 2021 when buyers noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce are flipped. The rounded edge, which for most cans is on the bottom, is on the top for cans of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce. Ocean Spray told CNN Business the labeling process is strategic and intentional. It makes preparation easier, according to the company spokesperson. If you were looking for cranberry sauce at your grocery store this Thanksgiving...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – If you ever wondered why your can of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce has the label upside now, we’ve got the answer. The company says it puts the label on that way on purpose so grocers, and you, store the cans with the side you open facing down. READ MORE: Lincoln Road Restaurants Suing Miami Beach Over Outdoor Dining PermitsThe reason is simple. READ MORE: Holiday Shopping Frenzy In Full SwingOcean Spray says it causes the contents to settle and an air bubble to form at the top. MORE NEWS: Google Reveals Florida’s Favorite CasseroleThat way when you open it on the bottom of the label, you can slide a knife along the edge of the can on the inside to break the vacuum, allowing the cranberry sauce to slide out perfectly intact.
    (CNN) — Perhaps one of the greatest mysteries of Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce — and we’re not talking about why people eat it: Why are the labels on Ocean Spray cans upside down? Observant consumers have noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce cans are flipped, meaning the rounded edge that’s typically on the bottom of most canned goods is on top of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce cans. READ MORE: Keep Those Turkey Juices Out Of The Sink To Avoid A 'Fatberg,' DPW Officials SayAccording to Ocean Spray, that’s intentional: It creates a seamless serving experience. The cans are “filled and labeled upside down with the rounded edge on top and the sharp can-like edge on the bottom to keep the jelly whole,” an Ocean Spray spokesperson told CNN Business. That creates an air bubble on the rounded side (a.k.a. the top) so customers can “swipe the edge of the can with a knife to break the vacuum and the log will easily slide out.” This process has been in use since the early 2000s. READ MORE: Man...
    Perhaps one of the greatest mysteries of Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce - and we're not talking about why people eat it: Why are the labels on Ocean Spray cans upside down?Observant consumers have noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce cans are flipped, meaning the rounded edge that's typically on the bottom of most canned goods is on top of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce cans.According to Ocean Spray, that's intentional: It creates a seamless serving experience.The cans are "filled and labeled upside down with the rounded edge on top and the sharp can-like edge on the bottom to keep the jelly whole," an Ocean Spray spokesperson told CNN Business. That creates an air bubble on the rounded side (a.k.a. the top) so customers can "swipe the edge of the can with a knife to break the vacuum and the log will easily slide out."This process has been in use since the early 2000s.Adweek, which recently reported this important can caveat, noted that about 67 million cans are sold between Thanksgiving and Christmas.But like other Thanksgiving meal staples, canned...
    DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. (WLS) -- A woman who could have lost her life has reunited with the nurse who saved her from a burning car wreck on the side of the road."It was terrifying," said crash victim Miranda Rosasco. "It happened so quickly I couldn't see exactly what exactly happened... when I was hanging upside down in there I was just scared."Last month on her way to work, the unthinkable happened. A pregnant Miranda Rosasco was part of a multi-vehicle crash on I-355. Her car flipped with Rosasco inside, stuck upside down and strapped in her seat belt. honking and yelling for help."It was kind of a miracle that everything ended up as good as it was and I am just very thankful that you were there," Miranda Rosasco said.At the same time, Cheryl Gallet, a longtime nurse at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove, was on her way to work when she saw that crash and no emergency vehicles in the area. She jumped into action."I don't know if it was nursing instincts, I just know there was...
    New York (CNN Business)Perhaps one of the greatest mysteries of Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce — and we're not talking about why people eat it: Why are the labels on Ocean Spray cans upside down?Observant consumers have noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce cans are flipped, meaning the rounded edge that's typically on the bottom of most canned goods is on top of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce cans. According to Ocean Spray, that's intentional: It creates a seamless serving experience. The cans are "filled and labeled upside down with the rounded edge on top and the sharp can-like edge on the bottom to keep the jelly whole," an Ocean Spray spokesperson told CNN Business. That creates an air bubble on the rounded side (a.k.a. the top) so customers can "can swipe the edge of the can with a knife to break the vacuum and the log will easily slide out."This process has been in use since the early 2000s. Read MoreAdweek, which recently reported this important can caveat, noted that about 67 million cans are sold between Thanksgiving...
    School boards and critical race theory: Race and rage whip up school board meetings to the dismay of students Sunak isn’t planning for business – he’s budgeting for the next election COLUMBUS, Ohio – In the end, Ryan Day’s best summation of this Ohio State season came in GIF form. Sometimes, facial contortions speak louder than words. As Ohio State’s game-sealing field goal squeezed through the upright with just under three minutes remaining in No. 5 Ohio State’s 33-24 victory over No. 20 Penn State, Day’s face twisted through a kaleidoscope of emotions.  Ryan Day's life flashed before his eyes on that field goal attempt ???? pic.twitter.com/Uetgxxz4Y2— Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) October 31, 2021 Day starts with a gaze of optimism. A grimace of fear quickly intersected. A lean of hope, fearful clench of teeth and distinct curse happened follow in rapid succession. After the field goal wobbled through the uprights, Day smiled quickly and raised his arms in celebration. A calm look returned. Ohio State fans can relate to the emotional gamut, as they’ve surfed the wave...
    KEVIN-PRINCE BOATENG'S new girlfriend Valentina Fradegrada 'invented the upside down bikini'. The former Portsmouth and Barcelona midfielder is dating the Italian model who is also said to be a Kung Fu master. 8This is Kevin-Prince Boateng's new girlfriend Valentina Fradegrada 8The Italian model is said to have invented the 'upside down bikini' 8And the 30-year-old is also a Kung Fu master 8Fradegrada has 2.8m Instagram followers Fradegrada, 30, has 2.8million Instagram followers and is widely credited with starting the 'upside down bikini' fashion craze. The style sees influencers don the swimwear which looks exactly as it sounds - like an bikini top on the wrong way up. Fradegrada is said to have invented the style three years ago. The couple shared recently romantic photos and videos on their social media accounts to announce they are in a relationship. The bed, floor and bathtub were covered in rose petals and the images were captioned: "Finally." Fradegrada uploaded a picture of an enormous bouquet of flowers in September and tagged the location as Berlin - where Boateng plays with Hertha. Most...
    EVEN if you desperately want the role, surely we can all agree that filling in job applications can be a pretty soul-destroying process. But while we struggle to complete the perfect cover letter, spare a thought for the person who actually has to sift through the countless candidates. 2Jordan Jackson [middle] wanted to find someone with a sense of humour with her brilliantly honest advertCredit: Kennedy News 2The preschool is seeking a new staff member who can play the part of a Disney princess and also read upside downCredit: Kennedy News Well when a role opened up at Ladybridge Preschool in Bolton earlier this week, owner Jordan Jackson decided to liven up the job description a little. As well as being able to "read upside down", Jordan also said she was looking for someone who will happily take on the role of a Disney princess at a moment's notice... out-of-tune singing and all. After all, the kids at the preschool are aged between two and five years old. The advert read: "You must have so much love to offer and...
    DONCASTER BELLES ace Sophie Scargill took to social media to thank Gary Lineker for contributing £3000 towards her knee surgery crowdfunder. The Match of the Day presenter, 60, made the donation to help cover the cost of an operation for the Belles skipper who has 'severe trauma' in her knee ligaments. 5Gary Lineker donated £3000 to a crowdfunded for a knee op for Doncaster Rovers Belles captain Sophie ScargillCredit: BBC 5Scargill, 26, has been out of action since September due to ruptured ligaments in her right knee It is thought Doncaster-born Watford full-back Danny Rose also contributed to the midfielder’s JustGiving appeal. A supporter named D. Rose made a £2,500 donation whilst wishing Scargill ‘a speedy recovery’. This comes in the same week the former Tottenham star made a £19,000 donation to a Doncaster NHS Foundation trust. Lineker’s efforts on Friday along with contributions from 87 others means the player will be able to cover the costs of a private knee op. In a post on her Twitter page, the midfielder, who receives no salary to play, wrote: "Wow....
    When the king goes down, the world takes notice. And those who were one step behind see their opportunity. After Ohio State routed Maryland, Virginia made a comeback in Louisville, Navy had its letdown against SMU, and Virginia Tech’s heartbreaker against Notre Dame, fans were treated to an upset for the ages. No. 1 Alabama’s 41-38 surprise loss to Texas A&M on Saturday gave the often ho-hum world of college football a nice shot in the arm. Instead of wondering “can anyone beat the Crimson Tide? (I’ve written exactly that piece on this page in the past), we have a scramble for the top spot with perennial underachiever Georgia finally taking care of business, dark-horse Iowa (if you play in the Big Ten West you lose street cred), Cinderella Cincinnati (Bearcats visit Navy in two weeks), and cardiac Oklahoma, who survived the Red River Rivalry in fantastic fashion (Texas is back after all from a disappointing its fans standpoint). Meanwhile Alabama lies in wait for others to fall and bides its time. Welcome to open hunting season for number one....
    According to an analysis by the Washington Post's Aaron Blake, ongoing lawsuits and investigations into members of Donald Trump's inner circle -- as well as conspiracy-mongering conservatives -- are bringing them down to earth as the legal system takes a look at their claims and they lose court case after court case and, in some cases, face financial ruin. Noting that the Donald Trump years coincided with the rise "... of the kind of extremist purveyors of conspiracy theories who were once given the cold shoulder in polite society," Blake claimed what was once on the fringes is now part of the mainstream where it receives greater scrutiny. Writing, "Increasingly, though, a bit of a reckoning is taking place. Trump allies spouting wild, baseless theories and otherwise taking our political discourse down misinformation rabbit holes are confronting consequences in court or otherwise facing bona fide legal penalties for their actions," Blake used conservative provocateur Alex Jones as a prime example of a conservative pushing the envelope so far that it ends up in the courts with devastating results. As the...
    An American woman shared the shocking moment she 'heard a squeak, looked down,' and discovered a live bad hanging from her crotch. TikTok user TkaziG shared the viral video this month, asking incredulously, 'How did this happen to me?' After filming her surprised reaction, she pans down to show a tiny black bat nestled directly in the crotch of her jeans, forcing her to awkwardly hover with her legs open.
    Meet Siggi, the rat terrier that was born with her paws backward as a result of congenital elbow luxation. Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram Siggi is a rescue dog that was brought into the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine with her paws looking much like an optical illusion. Her paws pointed upward instead of down, which resulted in her having to do an awkward army crawl to get around. Erik Clary, DVM, Ph.D., DACVS, and small animal surgeon at OSU’s VTH, said, “It definitely is an issue with respect to their quality of life. They can’t get around well, and on top of that, they’re prone to hurting the tops of their wrists because those aren’t designed for weight-bearing.” The poor pup was put through a rather intensive surgery in order to get her paws right side down. After healing, she was sent to Dallas DogRRR for rehabilitation, before being placed with a medical foster parent. Siggi has continued to make an amazing recovery and can now run and play as any puppy should. Clary said that...
    By Alaa Elassar, CNN (CNN) — In many ways, Siggi was born an average puppy: sweet, cheerful and extremely playful. READ MORE: 3 Men Shot, Pronounced Dead In Ohio But the spotted rat terrier was also quite unusual. Due to a birth defect, her front paws were upside down. A team at Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine was able to give Siggi a chance at a normal life, after performing corrective surgery to bring the paws into the proper downward position. (Photo Courtesy Oklahoma State University) The university’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VTH) had performed the surgery only once before, the university said in a press release on August 31. The first dog, a Coonhound named Milo, underwent successful corrective surgery in 2019. A Dallas animal rescue group brought Siggi to VTH at 13 weeks old, hoping Siggi would find the same good fortune as Milo. “As with Milo, Siggi’s problem looked like it was in the paws, but it was actually in her elbows,” VTH animal surgeon Dr. Erik Clary said in the release. “For reasons not fully...
    A puppy born with upside-down front paws has learned to walk again after undergoing corrective surgery.  In May, an animal rescue group based out of Dallas, Texas, brought Siggi, a 13-week-old a rat terrier with a rare birth defect to the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  The college had previous experience with a similar condition in early 2019 when its Veterinary Teaching Hospital successfully operated on a foxhound puppy named Milo whose front paws were also turned upside down. Media coverage of the procedure, and Milo's successful recovery prompted the group to turn to OSU to fix Siggi's condition, which meant she could only muster a crawl on her front elbows.  In May, surgeons at the Oklahoma State University performed a corrective procedure on Siggi (pictured), a 13-week-old rat terrier, who was born with her front paws turned upside down As a result of her condition Siggi was only able to muster a crawl using her front elbows  'As with Milo, Siggi’s problem looked like it was in the paws but it was actually in her...
    What happens when you hang a rhinoceros upside down? That's what a group of researchers from Cornell University and Namibia's Ministry of Environment wanted to find out. So they dangled a dozen tranquilized black rhinos from a crane — and earned an award for their work. Science humor magazine Improbable Research awarded the study an Ig Nobel — a takeoff on the famed Nobel Prize — for transportation, one of 10 research projects cited Thursday "for achievements that first make people laugh then make them think." The study tested how rhinos fare upside down because that's increasingly how conservationists move the critically endangered animals — suspended from a helicopter with a 130-foot chain while the 1,400-pound mammals are relocated either for their protection or to ensure genetic diversity in breeding efforts. According to the researchers, nobody had ever checked to see if the health of a tranquilized rhino was compromised when being airlifted upside down.    A tranquilized rhino hangs in the air. Namibian Ministry of the Environment, Forestry, and Tourism As it turns out, the rhinos coped very well...
    (CNN)In many ways, Siggi was born an average puppy: sweet, cheerful and extremely playful.But the spotted rat terrier was also quite unusual. Due to a birth defect, her front paws were upside down.A team at Oklahoma State University's College of Veterinary Medicine was able to give Siggi a chance at a normal life, after performing corrective surgery to bring the paws into the proper downward position.The university's Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VTH) had performed the surgery only once before, the university said in a press release on August 31. The first dog, a Coonhound named Milo, underwent successful corrective surgery in 2019.A Dallas animal rescue group brought Siggi to VTH at 13 weeks old, hoping Siggi would find the same good fortune as Milo.Read More"As with Milo, Siggi's problem looked like it was in the paws, but it was actually in her elbows," VTH animal surgeon Dr. Erik Clary said in the release. "For reasons not fully understood, these patients' elbows come out of joint early in life and the result is severe rotation of the lower front limbs and an...
    (CNN)A team of researchers behind an experiment that involved hanging rhinoceroses upside down, suspended in the air by their feet, has been awarded an Ig Nobel Prize.The spoof accolade borrows its name from, but is not connected with, the world-famous Nobel Prize.Created by the science magazine Annals of Improbable Research, the annual Ig Nobel Prize has been running since 1991. It honors curious and "imaginative" discoveries and, like the original, has its own popular following. Scientists win award for giving an alligator helium and making it shoutThe winning team of researchers, from Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Brazil, the UK and the USA, were attempting to see whether rhinos could be more safely transported when airlifted if they were suspended upside down.Read MoreAs part of the experiment, led by Robin Radcliffe, a senior lecturer in wildlife and conservation medicine at Cornell University, the team sedated 12 black rhinoceroses in Namibia using aerial darts, bound their legs, and suspended them. They then measured their biomarkers for respiration and ventilation.While the research method may sound bizarre, the findings of the experiment...
    APPLE is always improving its iPhone cameras and a lot of them can capture professional looking images. Here's three of the best iPhone camera tricks that could instantly improve your photos. 1These tips could improve your Instagram photosCredit: Alamy Upside down photo trick This is a trick that went viral on social media. It involves zooming out and flipping your phone upside down to create an epic scenic image. A popular account called Memezar, which has almost 23 million followers, reposted a photography explainer video via an account called @jdthecameraguy. The video shows the photographer trying to take a photo of some buildings on his phone and then explaining a trick to make the scene look even more impressive. Most read in Phones & GadgetsGOLDEN APPLE iPhone 13 'will be announced next week' – but THIS is most likely release dateUP AND DOWN Is Disney Plus down? How to check problems and outagesGAME OVER Why popular app Houseparty is shutting downTestedZUCKER-VISION Facebook's new CAMERA glasses film everything you see – and we've tried themHIDDEN FIGURES Top celebs with SECRET Instagram...
    TGI FRIDAYS have turned the burger world upside by claiming we have been eating them the wrong way all this time. The restaurant chain made the shocking revelation that burger lovers have been missing out on the best way to enjoy a meat-filled treat. 2TGI Fridays have turned the burger world upside down with its eating tipCredit: Rex They said diners should flip a burger upside down before tucking into it, as it supposedly enhances the taste. According to TGI's, by switching positions so that the thicker bun is underneath, it can absorb the juices from the burger. The clever hack helps lock in the flavour of our beloved beef patties and all of the trimmings. TGI Fridays now want to encourage Brits to "flip it" and have teamed up with BMX freestyle Olympic gold medallist and former chef, Charlotte Worthington, to stir up some sandwich excitement. The 25-year-old donned the restaurant chain's signature red and white stripes instead of her protective BMX get-up - and pushed "flipping it" to the extreme. The thrill-seeker backflipped over burgers and even attempted...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A single-engine plane ended upside down Friday afternoon at Fort Lauderdale’s Executive Airport on Friday afternoon. Authorities said there were two occupants aboard, who were able to get out uninjured. No other details had been released on this incident.
    If you want to elevate your Rosh Hashanah honey cake, this is the recipe for you. Jake Cohen, author of “JEW-ISH: A Cookbook: Reinvented Recipes from a Modern Mensch” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $30), cooks up Honeycrisp apples in butter and sugar to caramel glory, covers them with honey cake batter in a bundt ban and bakes until bubbly. Flipped and served warm, this baked version of apples and honey, traditionally paired to represent sweetness in the new year, will wow your family and get everyone ready for fall. Apples and Honey Upside-Down Cake Yield: Serves 10 to 12 INGREDIENTS Nonstick cooking spray, for greasing 3 Honeycrisp apples, cored and sliced into 8 wedges each ¾ cup (150g) granulated sugar 8 ounces (2 sticks) unsalted butter 1 cup honey, plus more for garnish (optional) ¾ cup buttermilk 2 large eggs ½ cup packed (100g) dark brown sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 cups (270g) all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons kosher salt 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg ½ teaspoon baking powder ½ teaspoon baking soda Whipped cream, for garnish...
    THIS is the terrifying moment fair goers were left hanging upside down 130ft above the ground when a ride failed. The fun-seekers were left stranded for up to 40 minutes when a new ride at a Russian amusement park broke down when it was being tested. 2Fun-seekers were stuck on the 'Booster' ride, dangling 130ft from the groundCredit: Newsflash The ride, called “Booster”, broke down at the Kyrlay amusement park in the city of Kazan, south-western Russia on August 22. Despite the ride having only been set up in early June this year, the ride broke down, leaving them dangling upside down. It is currently unclear what caused the ride to break. According to eyewitnesses, the ride-goers were left dangling upside down for 30 to 40 minutes before they could be rescued. There is currently no information about the health status of anybody on the ride. According to the news website Life, the administration of the amusement park said: "In principle, this attraction did not work for us today due to weather conditions, it was only a test run by...
    CLOCKING my cleavage in the mirror I couldn’t believe I looked this “knockout” simply by turning my bikini upside down. Yes, you read that right, I’ve started wearing my bikini the wrong way up — the sizzling swimwear trend is sweeping social media. 12I couldn’t believe I looked this 'knockout' simply by turning my bikini upside down, says Megan Barton-HansonCredit: Gavin Glave / KPPICTURES.CO.UK 12A-listers like Kylie Jenner, 23, also use the trick which has been dubbed an 'instant boob job'Credit: Instagram The upside-down bikini involves tying a teeny-weeny string one the wrong way and has been dubbed an “instant boob job”, with experts believing the trick could increase your cup size by two to three sizes. I can see why. The “reverse” version gives a dangerous dose of cleavage — and underboob. Kylie Jenner, 23, Kim Kardashian, 40, Megan Thee Stallion, 26, and some of my fellow Love Islanders are obsessed. I’ve had my assets surgically enhanced in the past but this clever hack gave me an instant lift without going under the knife. What’s more, this trend focuses...
    According to Seymus Ombudsman’s head of the Bureau of Human Rights, Vittatas Valentinevius, state border guards have modeled a possible scenario for Belarus to “push” migrants into Lithuania through one or more border units. He made this public on the social network, but avoided widespread comments. Unofficial data from the Tv3.lt portal confirms that a plan is being devised on how Lithuania will behave if a large number of immigrants attempt to enter the border, especially if others try to intimidate asylum seekers. Dogs can be bullied, shot in the air or similar acts. Rogas Bukinskos, communications chief of the State Border Security Service, said he could not comment on the Belarusian side’s actions. “Our border guards and all the agencies that assist them work with precision, discipline and efficient maturity,” he said. Although public officials are not in a position to comment publicly on the situation, it is unofficially acknowledged that the situation is serious. Belarusian authorities will not allow reverse immigrants to cross the border into the depths of the country, so their numbers are increasing along the...
    Rafael Nadal he’s back. After a long break in which Wimbledon and the Tokyo Games have been lost, the Balearic Islands has chosen Washington to begin its preparation for the US Open. The debut was not easy. Jack sock, a veteran sunk in the ranking due to injuries, has pushed the 13-time Roland Garros champion to the limit, who has needed 3 hours and 4 minutes to certify his pass to the round of 16 (6-2, 4-6, 7-6 (1)). The balearic has ended with foot discomfort, which have not prevented him from leaving points to remember, such as the one that has put the public on their feet in the fourth game of the first set. After an intense exchange from the bottom Sock went up to the network to close the point, responding to the passing of Nadal with a volley in the form of a drop. The Spaniard arrived and tried to pass the American again, who responded with a balloon that seemed definitive. Rafa reacted as only he knows and returned the ball with...
    HIGH HARBOR, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – After Thursday’s storm, residents in parts of New Jersey have a big cleanup ahead. The National Weather Service confirms a tornado touched down in Essex County. Big trees were uprooted in Verona. READ MORE: Broadway Vaccine Mandate: Audiences Must Be Vaccinated And Masked; Performers, Crew And Staff Required To Be Vaccinated Weather Service investigators are heading to Long Beach Island, where the storm ripped the roofs from multiple houses. As CBS2’s Meg Baker reports, a 5,000 pound boat was picked up off its trailer and turned upside down in the High Bar Harbor section of Long Beach Island. It’s just one example of the damage from a possible tornado there Thursday night. Windows are shattered, debris thrown everywhere. The worst of it is a roof ripped right off. Residents in one such house told Baker they hid in the stairwell as what is thought to be a tornado ripped through their home. No one was hut. Tim Piringer and his wife and dog were watching TV as the alerts came in. “All of a sudden,...
    More On: smothered Shocking ‘sMothered’ sneak peek: Mom used my breast milk for a facial ‘sMothered’ clip: Meet the mom who artificially inseminated her daughter TLC star on her ‘traumatic’ experience giving birth Exclusive clip: Meet the mom and daughter who share panties It’s a family affair.  The hit reality series “sMothered,” which follows mothers and daughters with really close bonds, winds up its third season Monday night at 9 on TLC. This season, among others, “sMothered,” co-produced by The Post, tracked the mother/daughter duos Cher and Dawn, who often dress alike; Hawaii pair Amy and Carina, who sleep in the same bed and swap panties; and Chicago’s Kathy, 60, and Cristina, 34, “sMothered” veterans (all three seasons) who underwent big changes leading up to Monday’s season finale. “My life kind of got flipped upside-down,” Cristina told The Post. “Obviously I’ve been a stay-at-home mom, and now getting this pizzeria that we own is a full-time job. I’m working a ton of hours. It’s time away from my kids, it’s time away from my mom. And she’s working at the...
    (CNN)In the middle of winter, in January 2021, I got into a car accident in Oregon. I'm a producer for CNN, so my life is divided into the stories I cover -- and this happened right after President Joe Biden's inauguration, when New York City was reaching out to vaccinate seniors who didn't know how to sign up online. It was snowing that day. Local news in Oregon said it was the first significant snowfall in months, and reported a handful of other car slippages and accidents.I still have no memory of the accident -- the police report says my car slipped into the other lane and crashed headlong into another. The people from the other car walked away from the accident -- thank God -- and I ended up with a traumatic brain injury, or TBI. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that TBI is a huge cause of death and disability in the United States. In 2019, according to the CDC, there were nearly 61,000 TBI-related deaths in the US. If you've had a concussion,...
    A champion synchronised swimmer has shown off her effortless underwater dance skills on TikTok wearing a pair of stiletto heels and fishnet tights. Kristina Makushenko, 26, from Moscow, competed internationally in synchronised swimming with the Russian National team, and won two gold medals in the European Junior Championships in 2011. She has since retired from competitive artistic swimming but has become an online sensation due to her amazing underwater dance routines, gaining over a million followers on TikTok. Kristina Makushenko, 26, a champion synchronised swimmer has shown off her effortless underwater dance skills on TikTok wearing a pair of stiletto heels and fishnet tights The influencer, from Moscow, is now based in Miami, and has become an online sensation with one video of her dancing to Michael Bublé's Feeling Good gaining over 5million views In one viral video with over five million views, Kristina pulls off her impressive moves dancing underwater to Michael Bublé's Feeling Good in high heels and fishnet tights. The Miami-based influencer puts on an incredible display of flexibility, pulling off the splits while standing and upside-down in a pair...
    The backlash to the New Era upside down logo was swift and harsh from baseball fans sick of a year full of bad design drops. What in the world was New Era thinking with its latest hat drop? They decided to release a new line of caps that they presumably thought that baseball fans across the country would love and jump to buy. Except, that’s not the case. These hats, which feature ones that have the logos upside down, are nothing short of a nightmare. Do they expect people to spend around $40 a pop for these? There’s no way that’s going to happen and the reactions on social media confirm that. New Era, why pic.twitter.com/uAeQkgEBMh — Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) July 22, 2021 Baseball fans couldn’t be more upset about the New Era upside down logo hatsCan you blame folks for being so upset? With prices for hats being so high unless you hit it big with Bitcoin, are you really going to want to throw away $40 or so for these caps? No chance in heck. A quick...
    Employees may need to refresh their skills after the past 16 months of lockdown restrictions, as proven by the mistakes captured in these images. Bored Panda has rounded up a selection of amusing images from around the world that have gone viral because of employees failure to do their jobs properly - including a block of apartments that were built without access to the balconies. Another snap shows how a delivery driver stacked multiple boxes on top of each other, despite a clear warning not to 'double stack'.  Here, FEMAIL reveals some of the worst work by staff members who weren't focused on their job...   Bored Panda has rounded up a selection of amusing images from around the world that capture mistakes made by employees - including a shop in the UK, which displayed an increase in price as a special offer on earphones  Room with no view! An apartment block, believed to be in China, captured attention on social media after users spotted it had been built without access to the balconies  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next...
    (CNN)The struggle to vaccinate enough Americans against the coronavirus in order to achieve herd immunity has produced frustration, anger and a whole lot of people doing things directly against their best interests when it comes to their health.Maybe the most upside-down bit of reality that's emerged from the politicization of what should be solely a public health issue (thanks Donald Trump!) is this: The people at the most risk of being infected with the Delta variant of the virus are the least concerned about it.A new CBS News/You Gov poll paints a stark picture. Asked whether they were concerned about the Delta variant, the dominant strain of Covid-19 in the United States and one that has led to a surge in cases in recent days, almost 3 in 4 vaccinated people (72%) said they were worried about it. Less than half (48%) of unvaccinated people said the same.Which is, and this is a technical term, bonkers. Because, well, science."We're seeing 99.5% of deaths right now from Covid-19 in our country are happening among the unvaccinated," US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek...
    Although at a global level the month of February has been in the historical average, the month has been marked by extreme contrasts. Temperatures have been much colder than average in North America and Siberia (the biggest anomaly in the last six years). While parts of Europe, the Arctic itself and Asia have had higher than normal temperatures such as the heat record for a month of February in Lyon and 21.9º (and in many other areas of France) or 16.9º C in Sweden. Thermometers also shot up in Poland or Slovakia. Furthermore, the weather in Europe has been marked by contrasts, because the weeks prior to this winter “heat wave” were very cold. Many countries went from a historical snowy warm temperatures like Greece, and on the contrary, countries like Norway spent a month with temperatures well below normal and then reached very high temperatures with the change of atmospheric situation. As Europe basked in the sun, the southern United States faced a historic snowfall and cold snap, with power outages for days. In contrast,...
    More On: crime ‘It’s got to be stopped’: Sliwa calls for ‘full crackdown’ on Brooklyn sex market Man punches straphanger in face at Bronx subway station Homeless man with 90 prior arrests busted for anti-gay assault in Queens Florida man stole alligator from golf course, beat it to ‘teach it a lesson’: cops It’s an article of faith among New York City’s progressive leadership that punishment does not deter crime and that putting criminals in jail is at least as evil as whatever they did to get there. From this perspective, sending someone to jail is the worst thing that society can do: It not only destroys the life of the perpetrator but also creates a false sense of accomplishment, while ignoring the socioeconomic “root causes” of crime. New York City has radically decriminalized “quality of life” offenses, from littering to public urination to fare evasion, largely on the principle that arresting people is never the answer. In the summer of 2020, the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice boasted that “the number of New Yorkers held in New...
    An American bald eagle was left dangling by its feet during an action-packed encounter with an opponent. Photos of the dramatic encounter between the two large birds in Washington State, showed how they pushed their feet off one another and flapped their wings in a battle for dominance. At one point, one of the 14-pound birds appeared to have the upper hand as he gripped the other eagle's claw and dangled it above the ground. However another image showed the moment the two birds lost their grip, flapped their wings aggressively then flew off in different directions, bringing the scuffle to an end. The powerful photos were taken by nature photographer Christopher Ang who was around 200 feet away with a group of other photographers. An American bald eagle was left dangling by its feet during an action-packed encounter with an opponent Photos of the dramatic encounter between the two large birds in Washington State, showed how they pushed their feet off one another and flapped their wings in a battle for dominance At one point, one...
    GRAND COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– A microburst swept through Grand Lake on Sunday evening, scattering boats. The weather phenomenon lifted two pontoon boats out of the water. (credit; Colorado Parks and Wildlife) The boats were then dumped back down, one on top of other boats and the second near a home. (credit; Colorado Parks and Wildlife) According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the boats were unoccupied and no one else was around when the boats flipped so there were no injuries reported. (credit; Colorado Parks and Wildlife)
    GRAND COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– A microburst swept through Grand Lake on Sunday evening, scattering boats. The weather phenomenon lifted two pontoon boats out of the water. (credit; Colorado Parks and Wildlife) The boats were then dumped back down, one on top of other boats and the second near a home. (credit; Colorado Parks and Wildlife) According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the boats were unoccupied and no one else was around when the boats flipped so there were no injuries reported. (credit; Colorado Parks and Wildlife)
    Long-time Bill Cosby accuser Victoria Valentino has told of her devastation that 'serial sexual predator' Bill Cosby will be back on the streets after his conviction was overturned by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com Valentino, a former Playboy model said 'I just heard and my stomach lurched. I'm so upset I can hardly find words. 'We had just gotten news that his parole had been denied and so we felt safe and now everything is upside down.' Valentino  was the sixteenth accuser to come forward, accusing Cosby of sexually assaulting her in Los Angeles in 1969. She flew from her home in LA to witness both his trials and has been a vocal advocate for herself and fellow accusers. Today she told DailyMail.com that she no longer feels safe knowing that the man she described as a 'serial sexual predator' is to walk free just three years after he was convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting former professional basketball player Andrea Constand. Valentino said, 'What is a woman's worth? A legal glitch and now a serial...