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    Sometimes you don’t want to see anyone (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    Talking about anxiety is something I’m normally quite comfortable with, but sometimes I have negative thoughts around my friends that I don’t share easily.

    Call me old fashioned, but sometimes I prefer to bottle up my emotions and write them out in a passive aggressive blog post instead.

    Maybe it’s because I’m a people pleaser, and one of my biggest fears is ending up old and alone, but I try to keep these thoughts about my anxiety to myself.

    1. Sometimes I don’t want to see you

    Sorry guys, but honestly sometimes the thought of having to talk to you… Read the full story


    Mental health series #4Mental health series #4fr040780metro illustrationsMental health series #4Mental health series #4fr040780metro illustrations

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    (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    For the first time ever, two nights ago, I called Samaritans.

    I was having a bad time mentally, and I wasn’t sure I’d be able to get through the night without talking to someone.

    I’ve lived with mental illness for years, but the past couple of weeks have been particularly bad. I have needed constant support from my mental health professionals and the Crisis team, an emergency mental health team that aims to keep you safe.

    Most mental health professionals work nine to five, and the Crisis teams shut for calls at 9.30pm. From that time on I know that if I really need someone, it’s going… Read the full story


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    The undies come in three shades (Picture: ASOS)

    The trouble with flesh-coloured underwear is that despite there being no ‘one shade fits all’, many store only sell one colour.

    It’s usually a shade of ivory, which is fine if you’re alabaster toned, but on darker skin? That’s not gonna fly.

    The point of nude underwear is that it matches your skin, so it blends in like a dream when you’re wearing light-coloured or sheer clothing.

    Which is why it’s great that ASOS is now selling three different shades of flesh, in fair, medium and dark.

    The bras and pants are from lingerie brand Dorina, from their ‘tone on tone’ range.

    Here’s a selection.

    Dorina tone on… Read the full story


    ASOS now sells flesh-coloured undies that actually match your fleshASOS now sells flesh-coloured undies that actually match your fleshlisambowmanModel wearing Dorina tone on tone flesh coloured Lana bralette and pants in darkModel wearing Dorina tone on tone flesh coloured Lana bralette and pants in mediumModel wearing Dorina tone on tone flesh coloured Isabelle bra and thong in fairASOS now sells flesh-coloured undies that actually match your fleshASOS now sells flesh-coloured undies that actually match your fleshlisambowmanModel wearing Dorina tone on tone flesh coloured Lana bralette and pants in darkModel wearing Dorina tone on tone flesh coloured Lana bralette and pants in mediumModel wearing Dorina tone on tone flesh coloured Isabelle bra and thong in fair

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    (Picture: Sourdough Saloon/TNI PRESS LTD)

    If you’ve got a weak stomach, you probably won’t want to head over to the Sourdough Saloon in Dawson City, as they’ve just unveiled a new Sourtoe Cocktail – which comes served with an actual severed toe.

    The cocktail is available nightly at the Saloon, in Canada’s Yukon Territory.

    The idea was born in September 1973 when riverboat Captain Dick ‘River Rat’ Stevenson found a severed big toe preserved in a pickle jar in a cabin outside of town.

    Captain Dick and seven other people participated in the first attempt with the toe in a beer glass full of campaign.

    Nearly four decades later, the Sourtoe Cocktail Club has… Read the full story


    It?s the world most disgusting cocktail? For boozers can knock back a drink containing a preserved HUMAN TOE! The ?Sourtoe Cocktail? is available nightly at the Sourdough Saloon in Dawson City in Canada?s Yukon Territory. And brave drinkers are told, ?You can drink it fast, you can drink it slow. But the lips have gotta touch the toe." The idea was born in September 1973 when riverboat Captain Dick "River Rat" Stevenson found a severed big toe preserved in a pickle jar in a cabin outside of town. Captain Dick and seven other people participated in the first attempt with the toe in a beer glass full of campaign. Nearly four decades later, the Sourtoe Cocktail Club has an estimated 100,000 plus members. Boozers ? who receive a certificate - can choose to ?do? the ?Sourtoe? with any alcohol beverage with Yukon Jack Whisky liqueur being the most popular. The toes are pickled for months in medical alcohol and then packed in dry salts. Yukon Health Authority Spokeswoman Patricia Living insisted:? There is no issue with the toe. "The risk of freezing on the way to the bar or being attacked by a pack of wolves would be higher." Bar manager Dick Van Nostrand said:? We've had people throwing up, we've had people gagging on their drinks. "You never know when some fool is going to do something stupid. And then we'll be without a toe." Many toes have been lost. The original toe touched roughly 725 pairs of lips before it was swallowed in the summer of 1980 by a miner. A replacement toe was swallowed in 1983. Other toes have been damaged by overenthusiastic patrons. But donors keep stepping forward. After the first toe was swallowed, a woman in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, sent in a middle toe she had had amputated years earlier due to an inoperable corn. One toe was donated by a trapper who had lost it to frostbite. Another came by way of lawn mower accident. Ends?It?s the world most disgusting cocktail? For boozers can knock back a drink containing a preserved HUMAN TOE! The ?Sourtoe Cocktail? is available nightly at the Sourdough Saloon in Dawson City in Canada?s Yukon Territory. And brave drinkers are told, ?You can drink it fast, you can drink it slow. But the lips have gotta touch the toe.It?s the world most disgusting cocktail? For boozers can knock back a drink containing a preserved HUMAN TOE! The ?Sourtoe Cocktail? is available nightly at the Sourdough Saloon in Dawson City in Canada?s Yukon Territory. And brave drinkers are told, ?You can drink it fast, you can drink it slow. But the lips have gotta touch the toe." The idea was born in September 1973 when riverboat Captain Dick "River Rat" Stevenson found a severed big toe preserved in a pickle jar in a cabin outside of town. Captain Dick and seven other people participated in the first attempt with the toe in a beer glass full of campaign. Nearly four decades later, the Sourtoe Cocktail Club has an estimated 100,000 plus members. Boozers ? who receive a certificate - can choose to ?do? the ?Sourtoe? with any alcohol beverage with Yukon Jack Whisky liqueur being the most popular. The toes are pickled for months in medical alcohol and then packed in dry salts. Yukon Health Authority Spokeswoman Patricia Living insisted:? There is no issue with the toe. "The risk of freezing on the way to the bar or being attacked by a pack of wolves would be higher." Bar manager Dick Van Nostrand said:? We've had people throwing up, we've had people gagging on their drinks. "You never know when some fool is going to do something stupid. And then we'll be without a toe." Many toes have been lost. The original toe touched roughly 725 pairs of lips before it was swallowed in the summer of 1980 by a miner. A replacement toe was swallowed in 1983. Other toes have been damaged by overenthusiastic patrons. But donors keep stepping forward. After the first toe was swallowed, a woman in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, sent in a middle toe she had had amputated years earlier due to an inoperable corn. One toe was donated by a trapper who had lost it to frostbite. Another came by way of lawn mower accident. Ends?It?s the world most disgusting cocktail? For boozers can knock back a drink containing a preserved HUMAN TOE! The ?Sourtoe Cocktail? is available nightly at the Sourdough Saloon in Dawson City in Canada?s Yukon Territory. And brave drinkers are told, ?You can drink it fast, you can drink it slow. But the lips have gotta touch the toe." The idea was born in September 1973 when riverboat Captain Dick "River Rat" Stevenson found a severed big toe preserved in a pickle jar in a cabin outside of town. Captain Dick and seven other people participated in the first attempt with the toe in a beer glass full of campaign. Nearly four decades later, the Sourtoe Cocktail Club has an estimated 100,000 plus members. Boozers ? who receive a certificate - can choose to ?do? the ?Sourtoe? with any alcohol beverage with Yukon Jack Whisky liqueur being the most popular. The toes are pickled for months in medical alcohol and then packed in dry salts. Yukon Health Authority Spokeswoman Patricia Living insisted:? There is no issue with the toe. "The risk of freezing on the way to the bar or being attacked by a pack of wolves would be higher." Bar manager Dick Van Nostrand said:? We've had people throwing up, we've had people gagging on their drinks. "You never know when some fool is going to do something stupid. And then we'll be without a toe." Many toes have been lost. The original toe touched roughly 725 pairs of lips before it was swallowed in the summer of 1980 by a miner. A replacement toe was swallowed in 1983. Other toes have been damaged by overenthusiastic patrons. But donors keep stepping forward. After the first toe was swallowed, a woman in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, sent in a middle toe she had had amputated years earlier due to an inoperable corn. One toe was donated by a trapper who had lost it to frostbite. Another came by way of lawn mower accident. Ends?hattiegladwellmetroIt?s the world most disgusting cocktail? For boozers can knock back a drink containing a preserved HUMAN TOE! The ?Sourtoe Cocktail? is available nightly at the Sourdough Saloon in Dawson City in Canada?s Yukon Territory. And brave drinkers are told, ?You can drink it fast, you can drink it slow. But the lips have gotta touch the toe." The idea was born in September 1973 when riverboat Captain Dick "River Rat" Stevenson found a severed big toe preserved in a pickle jar in a cabin outside of town. Captain Dick and seven other people participated in the first attempt with the toe in a beer glass full of campaign. Nearly four decades later, the Sourtoe Cocktail Club has an estimated 100,000 plus members. Boozers ? who receive a certificate - can choose to ?do? the ?Sourtoe? with any alcohol beverage with Yukon Jack Whisky liqueur being the most popular. The toes are pickled for months in medical alcohol and then packed in dry salts. Yukon Health Authority Spokeswoman Patricia Living insisted:? There is no issue with the toe. "The risk of freezing on the way to the bar or being attacked by a pack of wolves would be higher." Bar manager Dick Van Nostrand said:? We've had people throwing up, we've had people gagging on their drinks. "You never know when some fool is going to do something stupid. And then we'll be without a toe." Many toes have been lost. The original toe touched roughly 725 pairs of lips before it was swallowed in the summer of 1980 by a miner. A replacement toe was swallowed in 1983. Other toes have been damaged by overenthusiastic patrons. But donors keep stepping forward. After the first toe was swallowed, a woman in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, sent in a middle toe she had had amputated years earlier due to an inoperable corn. One toe was donated by a trapper who had lost it to frostbite. Another came by way of lawn mower accident. Ends?It?s the world most disgusting cocktail? For boozers can knock back a drink containing a preserved HUMAN TOE! The ?Sourtoe Cocktail? is available nightly at the Sourdough Saloon in Dawson City in Canada?s Yukon Territory. And brave drinkers are told, ?You can drink it fast, you can drink it slow. But the lips have gotta touch the toe." The idea was born in September 1973 when riverboat Captain Dick "River Rat" Stevenson found a severed big toe preserved in a pickle jar in a cabin outside of town. Captain Dick and seven other people participated in the first attempt with the toe in a beer glass full of campaign. Nearly four decades later, the Sourtoe Cocktail Club has an estimated 100,000 plus members. Boozers ? who receive a certificate - can choose to ?do? the ?Sourtoe? with any alcohol beverage with Yukon Jack Whisky liqueur being the most popular. The toes are pickled for months in medical alcohol and then packed in dry salts. Yukon Health Authority Spokeswoman Patricia Living insisted:? There is no issue with the toe. "The risk of freezing on the way to the bar or being attacked by a pack of wolves would be higher." Bar manager Dick Van Nostrand said:? We've had people throwing up, we've had people gagging on their drinks. "You never know when some fool is going to do something stupid. And then we'll be without a toe." Many toes have been lost. The original toe touched roughly 725 pairs of lips before it was swallowed in the summer of 1980 by a miner. A replacement toe was swallowed in 1983. Other toes have been damaged by overenthusiastic patrons. But donors keep stepping forward. After the first toe was swallowed, a woman in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, sent in a middle toe she had had amputated years earlier due to an inoperable corn. One toe was donated by a trapper who had lost it to frostbite. Another came by way of lawn mower accident. Ends?It?s the world most disgusting cocktail? For boozers can knock back a drink containing a preserved HUMAN TOE! The ?Sourtoe Cocktail? is available nightly at the Sourdough Saloon in Dawson City in Canada?s Yukon Territory. And brave drinkers are told, ?You can drink it fast, you can drink it slow. But the lips have gotta touch the toe." The idea was born in September 1973 when riverboat Captain Dick "River Rat" Stevenson found a severed big toe preserved in a pickle jar in a cabin outside of town. Captain Dick and seven other people participated in the first attempt with the toe in a beer glass full of campaign. Nearly four decades later, the Sourtoe Cocktail Club has an estimated 100,000 plus members. Boozers ? who receive a certificate - can choose to ?do? the ?Sourtoe? with any alcohol beverage with Yukon Jack Whisky liqueur being the most popular. The toes are pickled for months in medical alcohol and then packed in dry salts. Yukon Health Authority Spokeswoman Patricia Living insisted:? There is no issue with the toe. "The risk of freezing on the way to the bar or being attacked by a pack of wolves would be higher." Bar manager Dick Van Nostrand said:? We've had people throwing up, we've had people gagging on their drinks. "You never know when some fool is going to do something stupid. And then we'll be without a toe." Many toes have been lost. The original toe touched roughly 725 pairs of lips before it was swallowed in the summer of 1980 by a miner. A replacement toe was swallowed in 1983. Other toes have been damaged by overenthusiastic patrons. But donors keep stepping forward. After the first toe was swallowed, a woman in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, sent in a middle toe she had had amputated years earlier due to an inoperable corn. One toe was donated by a trapper who had lost it to frostbite. Another came by way of lawn mower accident. Ends?

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    Date: April 10 2018 Location: Southend, Essex, England. A caf?? selling what could be Britain???s cheapest fry-up for just 99p is hitting the High Street. The Grafters Cafe, in Southend, Essex will target tradesman as well as striving families ??? billing itself as the ???Poundland??? of restaurants. Pictured: (l-r) Waitresses Jess Kavanagh (left) and Sophia Stanford, both 22 outside the cafe. Words: Essex News and Pictures.
    (Picture: East News Press Agency)

    A new cafe is soon going to be selling a fry-up for just 99p, making it quite possibly Britain’s cheapest fry-up to hit the High Street.

    The super cheap fry-up will come courtesy of The Grafters Cafe, in… Read the full story


    SEI_6858600SEI_6858600hattiegladwellmetroDate: April 10 2018 Location: Southend, Essex, England. A caf?? selling what could be Britain???s cheapest fry-up for just 99p is hitting the High Street. The Grafters Cafe, in Southend, Essex will target tradesman as well as striving families ??? billing itself as the ???Poundland??? of restaurants. Pictured: (l-r) Waitresses Jess Kavanagh (left) and Sophia Stanford, both 22 outside the cafe. Words: Essex News and Pictures.Date: April 10 2018 Location: Southend, Essex, England. A caf?? selling what could be Britain???s cheapest fry-up for just 99p is hitting the High Street. The Grafters Cafe, in Southend, Essex will target tradesman as well as striving families ??? billing itself as the ???Poundland??? of restaurants. Pictured: The cafe. Words: Essex News and Pictures.SEI_6858600SEI_6858600hattiegladwellmetroDate: April 10 2018 Location: Southend, Essex, England. A caf?? selling what could be Britain???s cheapest fry-up for just 99p is hitting the High Street. The Grafters Cafe, in Southend, Essex will target tradesman as well as striving families ??? billing itself as the ???Poundland??? of restaurants. Pictured: (l-r) Waitresses Jess Kavanagh (left) and Sophia Stanford, both 22 outside the cafe. Words: Essex News and Pictures.Date: April 10 2018 Location: Southend, Essex, England. A caf?? selling what could be Britain???s cheapest fry-up for just 99p is hitting the High Street. The Grafters Cafe, in Southend, Essex will target tradesman as well as striving families ??? billing itself as the ???Poundland??? of restaurants. Pictured: The cafe. Words: Essex News and Pictures.

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    Penelope and Briony from The London Funeral Singers (Picture: The London Funeral Singers)

    Penelope Shipley and business partner Briony Rawle were both struggling actors when they founded their funeral singing service in 2015.

    ‘We both have backgrounds in music, and I ended up singing at a lot of family member’s funerals in my mid-20s,’ Penelope tells Metro.co.uk.

    ‘It was at my grandmother’s funeral that I thought, “If I can get through it for this, maybe I can do it for other people?”

    And so, The London Funeral Singers was born.

    It began as a service that provided professional funeral singers for services in London, but now covers the whole of the UK.

    But why?

    ‘It’s for practical… Read the full story


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    At some point or other, you’ve probably dropped a sweet into your pint of beer.

    The result? Slightly sweet alcohol and a quickly dissolving lump of sugar.

    A vlogger, however, has come up with a Percy Pigs beer that sounds like way more of a success – and they’re sharing how to make it at home.

    The ‘Russian caviar of the UK sweet market’

    Beer Uncapped has condensed a six-week production and fermentation process into a six-week tutorial, and the result is an ultra-pink bottle of booze that’s likely to get you ‘very’ drunk.

    This vlogger turned Percy Pigs into beer and it?s everything you dreamed it would beRead the full story

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    Colton Robinson, from New England in Massachusetts, was born bent in half thanks to one of the most severe spina bifida cases his doctor had seen.

    Now, at just eight years old, he’s a model, using a wheelchair to go down the runway at New York Fashion Week and appearing in campaigns for Tommy Hilfiger’s new collection.

    When Colton was born, his legs were arched up towards his head. His spine protruded from his back.

    He underwent surgery to repair his back… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Alice, Bess Kalb/Twitter)

    After a few drinks, we all think we’re as sardonically witty as a page from Private Eye.

    But it’s kids who are the real comedians – and they don’t even have to get pissed to let out their comedic flow.

    The internet’s new favourite wit comes in the form of 9-year-old Alice, who’s been taking part in the New Yorker’s caption contest and absolutely slaying the competition.

    Screen and comedy writer Bess Kalb has been sharing pictures of her cousin’s daughter’s attempts to caption the images on Twitter.

    Her one-line quips have quickly gone viral and well, we can see why.

    ‘Everything is terrible but my cousin’s 9-year old daughter Alice… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Erin Anderson/Caters News)

    A transgender woman has finally found love – with a man who once rejected her.

    Erin Anderson, 22, from Owensboro, Kentucky, first approached Jared Norris, 28, on Facebook, when she was living as a man named Aaron.

    Jared rejected Erin, but two years later, after liking a photo of her when she had come out as a woman, the romance rekindled.

    The couple are now happily in love, ever since Jared transitioned.

    Erin knew she was born in the wrong body from the age of three, wearing her mum’s shoes and always drawing herself as a girl in sketches.

    At school, while living as Aaron, she was bullied by the boys… Read the full story


    A transgender woman has won the heart of her boyfriend after initial rejection, following her transition from man to Marilyn Monroe lookalikeA transgender woman has won the heart of her boyfriend after initial rejection, following her transition from man to Marilyn Monroe lookalikehattiegladwellmetroPICS BY ERIN ANDERSON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: 18-20, Erin while living as a male named Aaron, she knew she was always a woman from the age of three when she would always draw herself as a girl, wear her moms heels and more) - A transgender woman has won the heart of her boyfriend after initial rejection, following her transition from man to Marilyn Monroe lookalike - and now the couple defend their love after receiving DEATH THREATS. Erin Anderson, 22, from Owensboro, Kentucky, USA, knew she was born in the wrong body from three-years-old, when wearing her moms shoes and in sketches always drawing herself as a girl. When she first approached Jared Norris, 28, on Facebook, while living as a man named Aaron, he kindly rejected her, but two years later, after he liked a picture of her the romance rekindled. Within the first couple of months, they decided to go public with their relationship and since then after posting online have received hateful messages and even death threats. Now blonde bombshell Erin, who resembles Marilyn Monroe, has undergone two years of hormone replacement therapy, breast augmentation and is hoping for gender reassignment surgery. - SEE CATERS COPYPICS BY ERIN ANDERSON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Erin says that the couple have received hate and death threats for their love, and is now speaking out against it saying that everyone deserves to be loved) - A transgender woman has won the heart of her boyfriend after initial rejection, following her transition from man to Marilyn Monroe lookalike - and now the couple defend their love after receiving DEATH THREATS. Erin Anderson, 22, from Owensboro, Kentucky, USA, knew she was born in the wrong body from three-years-old, when wearing her moms shoes and in sketches always drawing herself as a girl. When she first approached Jared Norris, 28, on Facebook, while living as a man named Aaron, he kindly rejected her, but two years later, after he liked a picture of her the romance rekindled. Within the first couple of months, they decided to go public with their relationship and since then after posting online have received hateful messages and even death threats. Now blonde bombshell Erin, who resembles Marilyn Monroe, has undergone two years of hormone replacement therapy, breast augmentation and is hoping for gender reassignment surgery. - SEE CATERS COPYPICS BY ERIN ANDERSON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Erin and partner Jared, who initially rejected her while she was living as a male named Aaron, but after transitioning to a hot blonde bombshell similar to Marilyn Monroe, he has been smitten with Erin ) - A transgender woman has won the heart of her boyfriend after initial rejection, following her transition from man to Marilyn Monroe lookalike - and now the couple defend their love after receiving DEATH THREATS. Erin Anderson, 22, from Owensboro, Kentucky, USA, knew she was born in the wrong body from three-years-old, when wearing her moms shoes and in sketches always drawing herself as a girl. When she first approached Jared Norris, 28, on Facebook, while living as a man named Aaron, he kindly rejected her, but two years later, after he liked a picture of her the romance rekindled. Within the first couple of months, they decided to go public with their relationship and since then after posting online have received hateful messages and even death threats. Now blonde bombshell Erin, who resembles Marilyn Monroe, has undergone two years of hormone replacement therapy, breast augmentation and is hoping for gender reassignment surgery. - SEE CATERS COPYPICS BY ERIN ANDERSON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Erin and partner Jared, who initially rejected her while she was living as a male named Aaron, but after transitioning to a hot blonde bombshell similar to Marilyn Monroe, he has been smitten with Erin ) - A transgender woman has won the heart of her boyfriend after initial rejection, following her transition from man to Marilyn Monroe lookalike - and now the couple defend their love after receiving DEATH THREATS. Erin Anderson, 22, from Owensboro, Kentucky, USA, knew she was born in the wrong body from three-years-old, when wearing her moms shoes and in sketches always drawing herself as a girl. When she first approached Jared Norris, 28, on Facebook, while living as a man named Aaron, he kindly rejected her, but two years later, after he liked a picture of her the romance rekindled. Within the first couple of months, they decided to go public with their relationship and since then after posting online have received hateful messages and even death threats. Now blonde bombshell Erin, who resembles Marilyn Monroe, has undergone two years of hormone replacement therapy, breast augmentation and is hoping for gender reassignment surgery. - SEE CATERS COPYA transgender woman has won the heart of her boyfriend after initial rejection, following her transition from man to Marilyn Monroe lookalikeA transgender woman has won the heart of her boyfriend after initial rejection, following her transition from man to Marilyn Monroe lookalikehattiegladwellmetroPICS BY ERIN ANDERSON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: 18-20, Erin while living as a male named Aaron, she knew she was always a woman from the age of three when she would always draw herself as a girl, wear her moms heels and more) - A transgender woman has won the heart of her boyfriend after initial rejection, following her transition from man to Marilyn Monroe lookalike - and now the couple defend their love after receiving DEATH THREATS. Erin Anderson, 22, from Owensboro, Kentucky, USA, knew she was born in the wrong body from three-years-old, when wearing her moms shoes and in sketches always drawing herself as a girl. When she first approached Jared Norris, 28, on Facebook, while living as a man named Aaron, he kindly rejected her, but two years later, after he liked a picture of her the romance rekindled. Within the first couple of months, they decided to go public with their relationship and since then after posting online have received hateful messages and even death threats. Now blonde bombshell Erin, who resembles Marilyn Monroe, has undergone two years of hormone replacement therapy, breast augmentation and is hoping for gender reassignment surgery. - SEE CATERS COPYPICS BY ERIN ANDERSON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Erin says that the couple have received hate and death threats for their love, and is now speaking out against it saying that everyone deserves to be loved) - A transgender woman has won the heart of her boyfriend after initial rejection, following her transition from man to Marilyn Monroe lookalike - and now the couple defend their love after receiving DEATH THREATS. Erin Anderson, 22, from Owensboro, Kentucky, USA, knew she was born in the wrong body from three-years-old, when wearing her moms shoes and in sketches always drawing herself as a girl. When she first approached Jared Norris, 28, on Facebook, while living as a man named Aaron, he kindly rejected her, but two years later, after he liked a picture of her the romance rekindled. Within the first couple of months, they decided to go public with their relationship and since then after posting online have received hateful messages and even death threats. Now blonde bombshell Erin, who resembles Marilyn Monroe, has undergone two years of hormone replacement therapy, breast augmentation and is hoping for gender reassignment surgery. - SEE CATERS COPYPICS BY ERIN ANDERSON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Erin and partner Jared, who initially rejected her while she was living as a male named Aaron, but after transitioning to a hot blonde bombshell similar to Marilyn Monroe, he has been smitten with Erin ) - A transgender woman has won the heart of her boyfriend after initial rejection, following her transition from man to Marilyn Monroe lookalike - and now the couple defend their love after receiving DEATH THREATS. Erin Anderson, 22, from Owensboro, Kentucky, USA, knew she was born in the wrong body from three-years-old, when wearing her moms shoes and in sketches always drawing herself as a girl. When she first approached Jared Norris, 28, on Facebook, while living as a man named Aaron, he kindly rejected her, but two years later, after he liked a picture of her the romance rekindled. Within the first couple of months, they decided to go public with their relationship and since then after posting online have received hateful messages and even death threats. Now blonde bombshell Erin, who resembles Marilyn Monroe, has undergone two years of hormone replacement therapy, breast augmentation and is hoping for gender reassignment surgery. - SEE CATERS COPYPICS BY ERIN ANDERSON / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Erin and partner Jared, who initially rejected her while she was living as a male named Aaron, but after transitioning to a hot blonde bombshell similar to Marilyn Monroe, he has been smitten with Erin ) - A transgender woman has won the heart of her boyfriend after initial rejection, following her transition from man to Marilyn Monroe lookalike - and now the couple defend their love after receiving DEATH THREATS. Erin Anderson, 22, from Owensboro, Kentucky, USA, knew she was born in the wrong body from three-years-old, when wearing her moms shoes and in sketches always drawing herself as a girl. When she first approached Jared Norris, 28, on Facebook, while living as a man named Aaron, he kindly rejected her, but two years later, after he liked a picture of her the romance rekindled. Within the first couple of months, they decided to go public with their relationship and since then after posting online have received hateful messages and even death threats. Now blonde bombshell Erin, who resembles Marilyn Monroe, has undergone two years of hormone replacement therapy, breast augmentation and is hoping for gender reassignment surgery. - SEE CATERS COPY

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    Sour Patch Kids ice cream is a thing and it looks incredible.

    There’s no arguing about it, Sour Patch Kids are one of the most delicious sweets on the planet. And so, obviously, when we saw they’d be made into an ice cream, we were super excited.

    The ice cream was discovered by Instagram blogger JunkFoodMom who shared an image of the ice cream, which is multicoloured and comes in a Sour Patch Kids themed tub, online.

    The tub is made up of both lemon sorbet and vanilla ice cream. It has a redberry swirl, which is said to be like liquid Sour Patch Kids.

    Read the full story


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    Model wants to be the first trans woman of colour to walk for Victoria's Secret
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    Victoria’s Secret still has a long way to go when it comes to diversity.

    They still haven’t hired a single plus-size model for their runway show. Their angels are overwhelmingly white, slim, and cisgender.

    Is it time for the lingerie brand to hire their first trans woman of colour?

    Leyna Bloom thinks so.

    The model tweeted out a campaign to land a gig with Victoria’s Secret, writing: ‘Trying to be the 1st trans model of colour [to] walk a #VictoriaSecret fashion show. #transisbeautiful #LeynaBloom.’


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    Carrying out daily household chores like hoovering, dusting and cleaning can often seem like a tedious task. But one 24-year-old, from??Cardiff??, is stripping away the hassle - literally. Anna, who has asked that we keep her full name and identity a secret, has been working as a naturist cleaner for the last three months. Working in an office by day, Anna signed up to the UK-wide Naturist Cleaners service in an attempt to earn a bit more money on the side. Founded in 2017, Naturist Cleaners provides professional cleaners who visit clients' homes or offices to clean and do other household chores while completely nude. The company was founded by Laura Smith… <a href=Read the full story

    Naturist CleanersNaturist CleanerslisambowmanCarrying out daily household chores like hoovering, dusting and cleaning can often seem like a tedious task. But one 24-year-old, from??Cardiff??, is stripping away the hassle - literally. Anna, who has asked that we keep her full name and identity a secret, has been working as a naturist cleaner for the last three months. Working in an office by day, Anna signed up to the UK-wide Naturist Cleaners service in an attempt to earn a bit more money on the side. Founded in 2017, Naturist Cleaners provides professional cleaners who visit clients' homes or offices to clean and do other household chores while completely nude. The company was founded by Laura Smith in 2017 (who features in the video above) in response to what she says was Naturist CleanersNaturist CleanerslisambowmanCarrying out daily household chores like hoovering, dusting and cleaning can often seem like a tedious task. But one 24-year-old, from??Cardiff??, is stripping away the hassle - literally. Anna, who has asked that we keep her full name and identity a secret, has been working as a naturist cleaner for the last three months. Working in an office by day, Anna signed up to the UK-wide Naturist Cleaners service in an attempt to earn a bit more money on the side. Founded in 2017, Naturist Cleaners provides professional cleaners who visit clients' homes or offices to clean and do other household chores while completely nude. The company was founded by Laura Smith in 2017 (who features in the video above) in response to what she says was "a growing new interest in nude cleaning in British society".A naked woman ironing a shirt, from Naturist CleanersA nude woman from Naturist Cleaners cleaning a toiletA naked woman cleaning a door

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  • 04/11/18--09:13: What does pansexual mean?
  • Can pansexuality be bought in IKEA? Sadly not (Picture: IKEA)

    Long gone are the days when men loved women and women loved men.

    Now in this enlightened age, we know that we can all love pans.

    But that’s not what pansexual means. It’s a bit more complicated than that.

    It is now well-established that we can be attracted to people of the same sex, and language is now just catching up to help us express different forms of sexual attraction.

    So what category of sexual identity does the term pansexual denote?


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    Purple…poo? (Picture: Getty)

    A new study has shown that hand dryers are spraying poo at us. Which isn’t ideal.

    The paper – published in the Applied and Environmental Microbiology – studied hand dryers in public toilets at the University of Connecticut.

    They wanted to find out whether hand dryers sucked in infectious microbes and redistributed them, which has already been noted in previous studies like this one, where those new-fangled Dyson hand dryers were found to spread germs more than any other hand dryer.

    Researchers focused on lower power hand dryers, as previous research had suggested that these types were less likely to spray faeces at… Read the full story


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    Caption: Krispy Kreme new cookie doughnuts Picture: Krispy Kreme METROGRAB http://krispykreme.com/
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    Krispy Kreme has just launched some additions to its menu, and we’re craving a doughnut more than ever.

    But just before you get excited: Like with all things truly delicious and amazing, these aren’t available in the UK yet.

    We know. Krispy Kreme, what have we ever done to you?

    The new Krispy Kreme doughnuts come combined with some of America’s most iconic cookies.

    Instagram Photo

    The doughnuts include the Nutter Butter Cookie Twist Doughnut, which is an Original Glazed Twist dipped in peanut butter icing, topped with Nutter Butter cookie pieces and drizzled… Read the full story


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    A woman who thought her shaky hands were a side effect of IVF drugs was diagnosed with Parkinson’s, just as her mother was succumbing to the final stages of the disease.

    Donna Marshall, 49, from Tunbridge Wells, Kent – whose mum and gran both died from the progressive neurological condition – did not realise it could be genetic.

    Now, Donna is determined to stay drug-free for as long as possible, fearing the side effects of Parkinson’s medication would ruin her time with her daughter, Beau, four.

    She said: ‘With Mum, we felt the side effects were much worse than the disease itself.

    ‘The first side effects were hallucinations. She used… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Joanna Rose/Fortitude Press)

    A Chihuahua who struggled to find a home due to being born with a cleft lip has finally found his forever home with a new loving owner.

    Bruno was born last September with the birth defect, along with his two siblings who unfortunately died as they struggled to eat.

    However, the seven-month-old survived and was bottle-fed and monitored carefully for his first six weeks before getting out of the woods and being adopted.


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    Okay, so this is an eyebrow-focused look we actually hope becomes a trend.

    The next big thing to do to your brows is turn them into Shrek.

    But not just any Shrek. Sexy Shrek, lounging atop your brow bone in all his nude glory.

    Shrek brows are the creation of Australian makeup artist Audrey Addams, who tells Teen Vogue she used the Nyx Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk to draw the initial shape on her brow bone (Audrey doesn’t have eyebrows, which means she has a clean canvas to work on), followed by creme eyeshadows applied with an eyeliner brush for a detailed finish.

    The end result is green,… Read the full story


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    Front view of the property. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street… <a href=Read the full story

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The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Third bedroom with en-suite. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Living room. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Living room. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. 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A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. 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The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Dining room. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Shared bathroom on first floor with Jacuzzi bath and rain shower wet room. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. 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The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Third bedroom with en-suite. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Living room. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Living room. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Kitchen. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Landing seating area first floor. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Bedroom 1 with En-suite.. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Dining room. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.Shared bathroom on first floor with Jacuzzi bath and rain shower wet room. A generous couple are raffling off their stunning ??600,000 four-bedroom property for just a FIVER in a bid to raise millions of pounds for charity. See NTI story NTIHOUSE. Marty Pumbien, 44, and Annie Brown, 46, have decided to flog their renovated semi-detached property after living in it for ten years as they want to downsize. But rather than simply sell the house they want one lucky ticket holder to have a chance to get hold of the keys ??? and raise more than ??1 million for charity in the process. The 100-year-old 2,500 sq ft home is based on Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, a residential street on the edge of a sprawling grassy park. The competition opened to entries on Tuesday (10/4) afternoon and the winner will be announced on October 14. Tickets cost ??5 - around the price of a McDonald's meal or a couple of pints of beer in the pub. The property, listed on eMoov, comes fully equipped with four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, a state of the art kitchen, three reception rooms, a study, a utility room, a back garden, an exposed brick fireplace and heated floors.

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