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    Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall.
    (Pictures: SWNS)

    Amber Causey was just 16 when she was trafficked by a stranger whom she met in a shopping mall after he dropped a flirtatious note with his number written on by her feet.

    She was raped hundreds of times after he became her pimp.

    Today, she’s a celebrated US Army veteran with two children and two master’s degrees and she has devoted her life to ending the child trafficking trade.

    The 29-year-old has revealed how she was forced to live on the… Read the full story


    Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall.Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall.mkylArmy hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall.Amber Causey''s arrest record from when she was working as a child prositute. See SWNS story NYSURVIVE: An Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall. Amber Causey was just 16 when she was trafficked by a stranger who flirtatiously dropped a note with his number on by her feet. She was living on the streets after being kicked out of home and had been sleeping in crack houses and riding buses to stay warm. The man, whom she believed was her boyfriend, lavished her with food, new clothes and a phone.Amber Causey (right) with and army colleague. See SWNS story NYSURVIVE: An Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall. Amber Causey was just 16 when she was trafficked by a stranger who flirtatiously dropped a note with his number on by her feet. She was living on the streets after being kicked out of home and had been sleeping in crack houses and riding buses to stay warm. The man, whom she believed was her boyfriend, lavished her with food, new clothes and a phone.Amber Causey pictured during her time in the US army. See SWNS story NYSURVIVE: An Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall. Amber Causey was just 16 when she was trafficked by a stranger who flirtatiously dropped a note with his number on by her feet. She was living on the streets after being kicked out of home and had been sleeping in crack houses and riding buses to stay warm. The man, whom she believed was her boyfriend, lavished her with food, new clothes and a phone.Amber Causey with her son Armoni and daughter Aaliyah. See SWNS story NYSURVIVE: An Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall. Amber Causey was just 16 when she was trafficked by a stranger who flirtatiously dropped a note with his number on by her feet. She was living on the streets after being kicked out of home and had been sleeping in crack houses and riding buses to stay warm. The man, whom she believed was her boyfriend, lavished her with food, new clothes and a phone.Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall.Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall.mkylArmy hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall.Amber Causey''s arrest record from when she was working as a child prositute. See SWNS story NYSURVIVE: An Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall. Amber Causey was just 16 when she was trafficked by a stranger who flirtatiously dropped a note with his number on by her feet. She was living on the streets after being kicked out of home and had been sleeping in crack houses and riding buses to stay warm. The man, whom she believed was her boyfriend, lavished her with food, new clothes and a phone.Amber Causey (right) with and army colleague. See SWNS story NYSURVIVE: An Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall. Amber Causey was just 16 when she was trafficked by a stranger who flirtatiously dropped a note with his number on by her feet. She was living on the streets after being kicked out of home and had been sleeping in crack houses and riding buses to stay warm. The man, whom she believed was her boyfriend, lavished her with food, new clothes and a phone.Amber Causey pictured during her time in the US army. See SWNS story NYSURVIVE: An Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall. Amber Causey was just 16 when she was trafficked by a stranger who flirtatiously dropped a note with his number on by her feet. She was living on the streets after being kicked out of home and had been sleeping in crack houses and riding buses to stay warm. The man, whom she believed was her boyfriend, lavished her with food, new clothes and a phone.Amber Causey with her son Armoni and daughter Aaliyah. See SWNS story NYSURVIVE: An Army hero bravely revealed how she was once a child prostitute who was raped hundreds of times after being pimped out by a man she met at her local mall. Amber Causey was just 16 when she was trafficked by a stranger who flirtatiously dropped a note with his number on by her feet. She was living on the streets after being kicked out of home and had been sleeping in crack houses and riding buses to stay warm. The man, whom she believed was her boyfriend, lavished her with food, new clothes and a phone.

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    To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the classic, a Grease-themed slumber party is coming to London.

    ‘Tell Me More!’ we hear you scream.

    Well, TV streaming service NOW TV is giving fans the chance to step into the movie’s famous sleepover scene (you know, the one where Sandy voms over getting her ears pierced), in Frenchy’s room, to relive the magic of the music hit.

    Wigs at the ready, people.


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    Cheeseburger Flavour Pringles Exist And They Sound Oddly Delicious
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    Cheeseburger Pringles exist and they sound incredible.

    The Pringles are just as described – perfectly shaped snacks with a cheeseburger flavour. Yum.

    The Cheeseburger Pringles come as part of the Pringles Food Truck Flavors range, which also includes Kickin’ Chicken Taco.

    Both flavours are mainly being sold in the US, but don’t start booking your plane tickets just yet as one UK store actually does stock one of the flavours.

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    Randalls, in Kettering, revealed on its Instagram a couple of weeks ago that the crisps are now being stocked there.

    Sure, you might not live close to… Read the full story


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    The queen of effortless glow is blessing us with a makeup line.

    J.Lo is pretty much ageless, and can rock a classic red lip or bronzed eye with ease.

    And now she’s extending us the ability to recreate her looks, as part of a new collaboration with makeup company Inglot.

    Inglot refers to themselves as a specialist in colour cosmetics, so we’ll hopefully be getting plenty of shades to paint ourselves up like Jenny from the block.

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    It’s launching on April 26, and so far, we can decipher that the collection have 70 pieces, and will be as follows:


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    If your go-to alcoholic beverage of choice is a nice cold beer, you’re in luck – because you can now get paid to drink it.

    Goose Island Beer Company is currently searching for their very first UK Brewmaster.

    They’re looking for an experienced brewer to head up a ‘shiny new Brewpub’.

    The job has been created to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Goose Island, an American based brewery founded in 1988.

    The brewmaster will be responsible for the everyday running of the brewery.


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    ‘I’d be picking at my fingers without even noticing and travelling on the tube when I was very anxious, my hands would be bleeding by the time I get to wherever I need to go.

    ‘That’s obviously very uncomfortable, very embarrassing – I was ashamed of it and found it very difficult.’

    Artist and speaker Liz Atkin joined us on this week’s episode of Metro.co.uk’s mental health podcast, Mentally Yours.

    She chatted about her compulsive skin picking disorder, also known as dermatillomania.

    Liz said: ‘A lot of people think it’s about intentionally harming the body and it’s actually the reverse.

    ‘I certainly feel that the disorder for me is about trying to smooth the skin, and my hand keeps going back to make it smooth.’

    Liz said she gets very anxious on the tube but has found a ‘very personal recovery tool’ to keep her skin picking in check there.

    She creates charcoal drawings on the free newpapers found on the… Read the full story


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    Living in London, you’re never too far from a coffee shop that refuses to sell lattes (flat whites only people) or a barber specialising in twirly moustache trims.

    It’s officially not the most hipster place in Britain, however, and the place that took the UK crown also holds the worldwide ‘most hipster neighbourhood’ title.

    MoveHub ranked 446 cities across 20 countries and found that Brighton topped their Hipster Index.

    What is a hipster, though, if not a word older people use to describe anyone who’s ever eaten an avocado? And what makes a hipster neighbourhood?

    Apparently, the scientific metric considers the number of vegan eateries, coffee shops, tattoo studios, vintage boutiques, and record stores per 100,000… Read the full story


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    Oh, hipsters. (Picture: PixaBay/CC)

    UK city Brighton And Hove has been crowned as the ‘most hipster’ city in the world, a new study alleges.

    In its research of 446 cities across 20 countries, it worked out a formula for what constitutes ‘hipster’ because that’s apparently really easily quantifiable now.

    The fascinating thing here is that London does not even get a look-in to the top 100 cities.

    As a comparison, New York didn’t get into the top 100 either, despite the contemporary use of the word ‘hipster’ originating in Williamsburg, Brooklyn so we’re taking this study with a pinch of Himalayan salt.

    According to MoveHub, which conducted the study, despite London and… Read the full story


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    When travelling from London to Australia, you’ll usually either transit through the Middle East or Asia.

    From Shinjuku to Shibuya: 10 places you need to visit in Tokyo

    It’s often just for a short layover, but why not make the most of your trip by trying out a new destination?

    It doesn’t have to be long, just a day or two, but it’s nice to have a mini holiday before or after your big trip.

    I spent 36 hours in Hong Kong during my transit back from a trip to Australia earlier this month.

    36 hours to experience a city doesn’t feel like a considerable amount of time, but with so many things on offer in Hong Kong, 36 hours allows you to get a feel for the city. 

    So here’s what you can do during a very short break in Hong Kong.

    Visit Tsim Sha Tsui and the Avenue of Stars

    Read the full story

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    St Michael's Mount, near Marazion, Cornwall, lies covered in snow, as wintry conditions have caused more misery for travellers overnight.
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    Pack your bags and quit your job, because you can now get paid to live in an actual castle.

    Yep, all of your Disney princess (or prince) dreams can now come true.

    St Michael’s Mount, a castle in Cornwall, is on the lookout for a Visitor Services Manager.

    The role pays between £24,000 – £29,000 a year, and accommodation (moving your stuff into the castle) can be arranged.

    The job description states that the St Michael’s Mount is looking for an ‘enthusiastic and dedicated operational manager who can lead and motivate… Read the full story


    Great News: You Can Now Get Paid To Live In A CastleGreat News: You Can Now Get Paid To Live In A CastlehattiegladwellmetroSt Michael's Mount, near Marazion, Cornwall, lies covered in snow, as wintry conditions have caused more misery for travellers overnight.November 29, 2016 - St Michael'S Mount - Courtyard of the castle with St Michael's Chapel, 15th century, on St Michael's Mount, a tidal island in Mount's Bay, Cornwall, England, the site of a 12th century Benedictine monastery and 14th century castle. The island is managed by the National Trust but owned by the St Aubyn family. According to legend, the Mount is the site of a battle between King Arthur and a giant. Picture by Manuel Cohen (Credit Image: ? Manuel Cohen/Aurimages via ZUMA Press)Snow covers St Michael's Mount, near Marazion, Cornwall, as the highest level of weather warning has been issued for Scotland and Ireland as forecasters warn of Great News: You Can Now Get Paid To Live In A CastleGreat News: You Can Now Get Paid To Live In A CastlehattiegladwellmetroSt Michael's Mount, near Marazion, Cornwall, lies covered in snow, as wintry conditions have caused more misery for travellers overnight.November 29, 2016 - St Michael'S Mount - Courtyard of the castle with St Michael's Chapel, 15th century, on St Michael's Mount, a tidal island in Mount's Bay, Cornwall, England, the site of a 12th century Benedictine monastery and 14th century castle. The island is managed by the National Trust but owned by the St Aubyn family. According to legend, the Mount is the site of a battle between King Arthur and a giant. Picture by Manuel Cohen (Credit Image: ? Manuel Cohen/Aurimages via ZUMA Press)Snow covers St Michael's Mount, near Marazion, Cornwall, as the highest level of weather warning has been issued for Scotland and Ireland as forecasters warn of "blizzard-like" conditions.

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    Oliver Kei, seven, is the ‘one-in-a-million moon boy’, who wears a plastic visor everywhere he goes because he is allergic to the sun.

    Oliver was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18 months old after he developed dark freckles as a baby.

    Kids living with XP are often nicknamed ‘children of the moon’ because they can only go outside unprotected after the sun sets.

    The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun’s rays and other UV light.

    Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers… Read the full story


    moon-boy allergic to sunmoon-boy allergic to sunhattiegladwellmetroOliver Kei, the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. See SWNS story NYSUN; Oliver Kei, seven, was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18-months-old after he developed dark freckles as a baby. The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun?s rays and other UV light. Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers than the average person so his family must take extreme measures to protect him. Every day, Oliver gears up in UV-shielding materials including a thick plastic visor and gloves to reduce his exposure to the sun in his hometown of Quartz, California. If Oliver's skin is exposed to the sun, his skin darkly tans and he develops excessive freckling which is a sign of UV damage and can develop into skin cancer.Oliver Kei, the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. See SWNS story NYSUN; Oliver Kei, seven, was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18-months-old after he developed dark freckles as a baby. The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun?s rays and other UV light. Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers than the average person so his family must take extreme measures to protect him. Every day, Oliver gears up in UV-shielding materials including a thick plastic visor and gloves to reduce his exposure to the sun in his hometown of Quartz, California. If Oliver's skin is exposed to the sun, his skin darkly tans and he develops excessive freckling which is a sign of UV damage and can develop into skin cancer.Oliver Kei, the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. See SWNS story NYSUN; Meet the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. Oliver Kei, seven, was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18-months-old after he developed dark freckles as a baby. The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun?s rays and other UV light. Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers than the average person so his family must take extreme measures to protect him. Every day, Oliver gears up in UV-shielding materials including a thick plastic visor and gloves to reduce his exposure to the sun in his hometown of Quartz, California. If Oliver's skin is exposed to the sun, his skin darkly tans and he develops excessive freckling which is a sign of UV damage and can develop into skin cancer.Oliver Kei, the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. See SWNS story NYSUN; Meet the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. Oliver Kei, seven, was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18-months-old after he developed dark freckles as a baby. The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun?s rays and other UV light. Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers than the average person so his family must take extreme measures to protect him. Every day, Oliver gears up in UV-shielding materials including a thick plastic visor and gloves to reduce his exposure to the sun in his hometown of Quartz, California. If Oliver's skin is exposed to the sun, his skin darkly tans and he develops excessive freckling which is a sign of UV damage and can develop into skin cancer.Oliver Kei, the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. See SWNS story NYSUN; Oliver Kei, seven, was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18-months-old after he developed dark freckles as a baby. The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun?s rays and other UV light. Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers than the average person so his family must take extreme measures to protect him. Every day, Oliver gears up in UV-shielding materials including a thick plastic visor and gloves to reduce his exposure to the sun in his hometown of Quartz, California. If Oliver's skin is exposed to the sun, his skin darkly tans and he develops excessive freckling which is a sign of UV damage and can develop into skin cancer.See SWNS story NYSUN; Meet the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. Oliver Kei, seven, was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18-months-old after he developed dark freckles as a baby. The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun?s rays and other UV light. Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers than the average person so his family must take extreme measures to protect him. Every day, Oliver gears up in UV-shielding materials including a thick plastic visor and gloves to reduce his exposure to the sun in his hometown of Quartz, California. If Oliver's skin is exposed to the sun, his skin darkly tans and he develops excessive freckling which is a sign of UV damage and can develop into skin cancer.moon-boy allergic to sunmoon-boy allergic to sunhattiegladwellmetroOliver Kei, the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. See SWNS story NYSUN; Oliver Kei, seven, was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18-months-old after he developed dark freckles as a baby. The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun?s rays and other UV light. Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers than the average person so his family must take extreme measures to protect him. Every day, Oliver gears up in UV-shielding materials including a thick plastic visor and gloves to reduce his exposure to the sun in his hometown of Quartz, California. If Oliver's skin is exposed to the sun, his skin darkly tans and he develops excessive freckling which is a sign of UV damage and can develop into skin cancer.Oliver Kei, the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. See SWNS story NYSUN; Oliver Kei, seven, was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18-months-old after he developed dark freckles as a baby. The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun?s rays and other UV light. Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers than the average person so his family must take extreme measures to protect him. Every day, Oliver gears up in UV-shielding materials including a thick plastic visor and gloves to reduce his exposure to the sun in his hometown of Quartz, California. If Oliver's skin is exposed to the sun, his skin darkly tans and he develops excessive freckling which is a sign of UV damage and can develop into skin cancer.Oliver Kei, the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. See SWNS story NYSUN; Meet the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. Oliver Kei, seven, was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18-months-old after he developed dark freckles as a baby. The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun?s rays and other UV light. Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers than the average person so his family must take extreme measures to protect him. Every day, Oliver gears up in UV-shielding materials including a thick plastic visor and gloves to reduce his exposure to the sun in his hometown of Quartz, California. If Oliver's skin is exposed to the sun, his skin darkly tans and he develops excessive freckling which is a sign of UV damage and can develop into skin cancer.Oliver Kei, the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. See SWNS story NYSUN; Meet the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. Oliver Kei, seven, was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18-months-old after he developed dark freckles as a baby. The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun?s rays and other UV light. Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers than the average person so his family must take extreme measures to protect him. Every day, Oliver gears up in UV-shielding materials including a thick plastic visor and gloves to reduce his exposure to the sun in his hometown of Quartz, California. If Oliver's skin is exposed to the sun, his skin darkly tans and he develops excessive freckling which is a sign of UV damage and can develop into skin cancer.Oliver Kei, the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. See SWNS story NYSUN; Oliver Kei, seven, was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18-months-old after he developed dark freckles as a baby. The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun?s rays and other UV light. Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers than the average person so his family must take extreme measures to protect him. Every day, Oliver gears up in UV-shielding materials including a thick plastic visor and gloves to reduce his exposure to the sun in his hometown of Quartz, California. If Oliver's skin is exposed to the sun, his skin darkly tans and he develops excessive freckling which is a sign of UV damage and can develop into skin cancer.See SWNS story NYSUN; Meet the one-in-a-million 'moon boy' who wears a plastic visor wherever he goes because he is allergic to the SUN. Oliver Kei, seven, was diagnosed with rare genetic condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP) when he was 18-months-old after he developed dark freckles as a baby. The disorder, which is estimated to affect one in a million people in the US, means his skin cannot repair damage caused by exposure to the sun?s rays and other UV light. Oliver is also 1,000 times more likely to develop skin cancers than the average person so his family must take extreme measures to protect him. Every day, Oliver gears up in UV-shielding materials including a thick plastic visor and gloves to reduce his exposure to the sun in his hometown of Quartz, California. If Oliver's skin is exposed to the sun, his skin darkly tans and he develops excessive freckling which is a sign of UV damage and can develop into skin cancer.

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    Forget swans and flamingos, because a sloth pool float exists and we are so ready for summer.

    Last year, everyone went pretty crazy for flamingo pool floats.

    You couldn’t scroll through Instagram last August without seeing someone knocking back a Pina Colada on one.

    Swans were also a pretty big deal. Basically anything bird-like and Instagram worthy was totally in.

    Both bird floats were available in Lidl last year, for £14.99.

    But we are so ready to ditch the birds for this sloth pool float, which comes from Urban Outfitters.


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    MERCURY PRESS. 12/04/18. Pictured: Jane Learner in 2005 while undergoing chemo. A breast cancer survivor who had cosmetic surgery to give her the confidence to date again was horrified to find her boobs had been made too big. Jane Learner, 58, was left trying to find bras and clothing to push her breasts down because she felt so self conscious about her new size. After waking up from the surgery, she was horrified and devastated to discover her melon-like 32DD breasts against her small 5ft 2in frame. The therapist went under the knife to repair the damage caused by her cancer treatment 13 years ago so she could feel good while dating.… <a href=Read the full story

    CANCER SURVIVOR HORRIFIED BY MELON-LIKE BREASTS AFTER BOTCHED RECONSTRUCTION SURGERY.CANCER SURVIVOR HORRIFIED BY MELON-LIKE BREASTS AFTER BOTCHED RECONSTRUCTION SURGERY.hattiegladwellmetroMERCURY PRESS. 12/04/18. Pictured: Jane Learner in 2005 while undergoing chemo. A breast cancer survivor who had cosmetic surgery to give her the confidence to date again was horrified to find her boobs had been made too big. Jane Learner, 58, was left trying to find bras and clothing to push her breasts down because she felt so self conscious about her new size. After waking up from the surgery, she was horrified and devastated to discover her melon-like 32DD breasts against her small 5ft 2in frame. The therapist went under the knife to repair the damage caused by her cancer treatment 13 years ago so she could feel good while dating. SEE MERCURY COPYMERCURY PRESS. 12/04/18. Pictured: Jane Learner after her first surgery. A breast cancer survivor who had cosmetic surgery to give her the confidence to date again was horrified to find her boobs had been made too big. Jane Learner, 58, was left trying to find bras and clothing to push her breasts down because she felt so self conscious about her new size. After waking up from the surgery, she was horrified and devastated to discover her melon-like 32DD breasts against her small 5ft 2in frame. The therapist went under the knife to repair the damage caused by her cancer treatment 13 years ago so she could feel good while dating. SEE MERCURY COPYMERCURY PRESS. 12/04/18. Pictured: Jane Learners post surgery body (now). A breast cancer survivor who had cosmetic surgery to give her the confidence to date again was horrified to find her boobs had been made too big. Jane Learner, 58, was left trying to find bras and clothing to push her breasts down because she felt so self conscious about her new size. After waking up from the surgery, she was horrified and devastated to discover her melon-like 32DD breasts against her small 5ft 2in frame. The therapist went under the knife to repair the damage caused by her cancer treatment 13 years ago so she could feel good while dating. SEE MERCURY COPYCANCER SURVIVOR HORRIFIED BY MELON-LIKE BREASTS AFTER BOTCHED RECONSTRUCTION SURGERY.CANCER SURVIVOR HORRIFIED BY MELON-LIKE BREASTS AFTER BOTCHED RECONSTRUCTION SURGERY.hattiegladwellmetroMERCURY PRESS. 12/04/18. Pictured: Jane Learner in 2005 while undergoing chemo. A breast cancer survivor who had cosmetic surgery to give her the confidence to date again was horrified to find her boobs had been made too big. Jane Learner, 58, was left trying to find bras and clothing to push her breasts down because she felt so self conscious about her new size. After waking up from the surgery, she was horrified and devastated to discover her melon-like 32DD breasts against her small 5ft 2in frame. The therapist went under the knife to repair the damage caused by her cancer treatment 13 years ago so she could feel good while dating. SEE MERCURY COPYMERCURY PRESS. 12/04/18. Pictured: Jane Learner after her first surgery. A breast cancer survivor who had cosmetic surgery to give her the confidence to date again was horrified to find her boobs had been made too big. Jane Learner, 58, was left trying to find bras and clothing to push her breasts down because she felt so self conscious about her new size. After waking up from the surgery, she was horrified and devastated to discover her melon-like 32DD breasts against her small 5ft 2in frame. The therapist went under the knife to repair the damage caused by her cancer treatment 13 years ago so she could feel good while dating. SEE MERCURY COPYMERCURY PRESS. 12/04/18. Pictured: Jane Learners post surgery body (now). A breast cancer survivor who had cosmetic surgery to give her the confidence to date again was horrified to find her boobs had been made too big. Jane Learner, 58, was left trying to find bras and clothing to push her breasts down because she felt so self conscious about her new size. After waking up from the surgery, she was horrified and devastated to discover her melon-like 32DD breasts against her small 5ft 2in frame. The therapist went under the knife to repair the damage caused by her cancer treatment 13 years ago so she could feel good while dating. SEE MERCURY COPY

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    If you think Mexico is all about beaches and wrestling then you need to check out Guanajuato.

    The colonial capital of the state with the same name was originally built by Spanish conquistadors who plundered their wealth from mines beneath the city, which at one point supplied silver across the world.

    It is now a Unesco World Heritage city, some of which is perched on the sides of hills so steep it doesn’t seem possible that people live there.

    Here are 11 reasons to visit.

    Catch that view

    To fully appreciate Guanajuato’s splendour, check out the view from the statue known as El Pípila.

    The giant red sculpture honours miner Juan José de los Reyes Martínez Amaro, better known as Pípila.

    On September 28, 1810 he burned the gates of the Alhóndiga de Granitas, a giant barn in the centre of town.

    Around 600 royalist soldiers and Spanish refugees were holed up inside.

    They were resisting insurgent forces lead by Miguel Hidalgo, a key figure in the struggle for Mexican independence.

    By… Read the full story


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    We will forever blame Patrick Swayze for making us associate moulding a nice vase with raging lust.

    C’mon. That Ghost scene was iconic. We all wanted some sexy pottery action.

    So it only makes sense that someone’s created a pottery-themed dating night.

    Over in Cardiff, the next hot dating trend is pottery speed-dating. Hosted by Cardiff Pottery Workshops, the events are essentially speed-dating, but with people sitting and sculpting some pottery instead of having a drink at a table.

    Each event is two hours long, so daters will have the chance to learn some basic pottery skills as well as getting their flirt on, and there’ll be time to mingle afterwards in… Read the full story


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

    The most important thing to remember when you’re doing any kind of long distance running is to pace yourself.

    It’s no good dashing off at the start, only to realise that the pace you’re going is unsustainable by mile five.

    Perhaps we should all try to run a bit more like a woman, because according to new data released by Strava, women are better at judging the pacing of their races than men.

    Strava has been looking at data from 10,706 runners who completed last year’s London Marathon (25% of those who took part), and the company found that women are ‘significantly better’ at pacing, with… Read the full story


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    Time to let go of past experiences and get my driver’s licence once and for all (Picture: Getty)

    There are many things I thought I would have checked off my list as a woman approaching the next major age milestone in her life.

    Benedict Cumberbatch gives Youtube star advice on dealing with bullies

    As I tentatively trudge closer to the big four-oh and ruminate over the frustrating fact that I’ve still a fair few items on my bucket list, one of the major things I keep going full circle on is learning to drive.

    My non-driver status is not through lack of trying, mind.

    I’ve even passed… Read the full story


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    Do you hide in the bathroom if you ever need to have a good old fashioned sob?

    Blogger and mum Constance Hall says you shouldn’t.

    While the urge to hide your tears and tell your family that everything’s fine can be strong, Constance reckons that it’s worth battling against it and letting your children see you cry.

    Why? Because it’s a way to teach your kids that there’s nothing wrong with experiencing emotion.

    Constance has shared her own experiences with letting her family see her break down, and how it’s made her children kinder.

    Constance writers: ‘Do you hide in the shower when you need to cry?

    ‘Do you wipe your puffy face… Read the full story


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    A mum and daughter say they look so alike they’re mistaken for sisters – despite their 21 year age gap.

    Both Holly and Sarah Niblock have long blonde hair, tans, and pristine makeup, and say they always turn heads when they head out together.

    Sarah is 43, while Holly is 22.

    ‘When we’ve been out together, I’ve even been asked for ID a couple of times, which is hilarious,’ says Sarah.

    ‘I’m a forty-something mum-of-three – I haven’t thought about ID for years!

    ‘The girls love showing me off. They’ll show their friends pictures of me, and nobody can believe I’m their mum. We get people mistaking Holly and me for… Read the full story


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    Moschino x H&M is coming, and we're predicting a riot
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    Jeremy Scott is the king of kitsch fashion.

    At the helm of Moschino he’s been responsible for perfume that comes in a cleaning spray bottle and Barbie and fast food themed clothing.

    He’s always at the forefront of whatever pop culture is spewing out at that particular moment, which is why he’s got friends including Miley Cyrus and Lady Gaga.

    But never let it be said that he doesn’t give back to us peasants who can’t fork out £350 for a t-shirt dress, as he’s announced a collaboration with H&M.

    In a very Moschino-style Instagram post, they gave us a hint… Read the full story


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