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    Caption: Kanye West’s new Yeezy shoe collection is really quite something

    Kanye West made a spectacular return to Twitter this week, firing off a barrage of inspirational tweets that have (probably) motivated millions.

    He also used the platform to showcase his new collection of Yeezy shoes, and boy, has he gone off piste with this drop.

    The pics looks like they’re taken in a Yeezy showroom (zooming in so hard on that clothes rail) and it seems like Kanye clothing fans have a lot to look forward to.

    It’s looking like there’ll be eight new Yeezy Boost 350 sneakers, and brand spankin’ new Yeezy Boost 700s and Yeezy 500s… Read the full story


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    Lorena Bolanos, a body positive activist born with dark birthmarks that cover half of her body said she was once told to take her own life by a cruel school bully because of her appearance. See SWNS story NYMOLES; Lorena Bolanos, 24, was born with more than a dozen large raised birthmarks, also known as congenital melanocytic nevi, including one that sprawls across the right side of her torso. Although the birthmarks do not impact her health, Lorena said her teenage years were very difficult as high school bullies labeled her ?Dalmatian? and called her ?Chocolate Chip Cookie? in the hallways.The imports/exports manager said she once received a message on social media… <a href=Read the full story

    SEI_8078408SEI_8078408ellencscottLorena Bolanos, a body positive activist born with dark birthmarks that cover half of her body said she was once told to take her own life by a cruel school bully because of her appearance. See SWNS story NYMOLES; Lorena Bolanos, 24, was born with more than a dozen large raised birthmarks, also known as congenital melanocytic nevi, including one that sprawls across the right side of her torso. Although the birthmarks do not impact her health, Lorena said her teenage years were very difficult as high school bullies labeled her ?Dalmatian? and called her ?Chocolate Chip Cookie? in the hallways.The imports/exports manager said she once received a message on social media from a classmate that suggested she take her own life. When she was in middle school, Lorena was even asked to leave an ice-rink because a customer suspected she had measles. Lorena, from Queretaro, Mexico, said she fell into a deep depression during her first year in the university after years of battling against negative comments about her appearance. For most of her life, Lorena said she was ashamed to expose her birthmarks in public and dressed in long-sleeved t-shirts and scarves despite the hot climate.Lorena Bolanos, a body positive activist born with dark birthmarks that cover half of her body said she was once told to take her own life by a cruel school bully because of her appearance. See SWNS story NYMOLES; Lorena Bolanos, 24, was born with more than a dozen large raised birthmarks, also known as congenital melanocytic nevi, including one that sprawls across the right side of her torso. Although the birthmarks do not impact her health, Lorena said her teenage years were very difficult as high school bullies labeled her ???Dalmatian??? and called her ???Chocolate Chip Cookie??? in the hallways.The imports/exports manager said she once received a message on social media from a classmate that suggested she take her own life. When she was in middle school, Lorena was even asked to leave an ice-rink because a customer suspected she had measles. Lorena, from Queretaro, Mexico, said she fell into a deep depression during her first year in the university after years of battling against negative comments about her appearance. For most of her life, Lorena said she was ashamed to expose her birthmarks in public and dressed in long-sleeved t-shirts and scarves despite the hot climate.Lorena Bolanos, a body positive activist born with dark birthmarks that cover half of her body said she was once told to take her own life by a cruel school bully because of her appearance. See SWNS story NYMOLES; Lorena Bolanos, 24, was born with more than a dozen large raised birthmarks, also known as congenital melanocytic nevi, including one that sprawls across the right side of her torso. Although the birthmarks do not impact her health, Lorena said her teenage years were very difficult as high school bullies labeled her ?Dalmatian? and called her ?Chocolate Chip Cookie? in the hallways.The imports/exports manager said she once received a message on social media from a classmate that suggested she take her own life. When she was in middle school, Lorena was even asked to leave an ice-rink because a customer suspected she had measles. Lorena, from Queretaro, Mexico, said she fell into a deep depression during her first year in the university after years of battling against negative comments about her appearance. For most of her life, Lorena said she was ashamed to expose her birthmarks in public and dressed in long-sleeved t-shirts and scarves despite the hot climate.Lorena Bolanos, a body positive activist born with dark birthmarks that cover half of her body said she was once told to take her own life by a cruel school bully because of her appearance. See SWNS story NYMOLES; Lorena Bolanos, 24, was born with more than a dozen large raised birthmarks, also known as congenital melanocytic nevi, including one that sprawls across the right side of her torso. Although the birthmarks do not impact her health, Lorena said her teenage years were very difficult as high school bullies labeled her ?Dalmatian? and called her ?Chocolate Chip Cookie? in the hallways.The imports/exports manager said she once received a message on social media from a classmate that suggested she take her own life. When she was in middle school, Lorena was even asked to leave an ice-rink because a customer suspected she had measles. Lorena, from Queretaro, Mexico, said she fell into a deep depression during her first year in the university after years of battling against negative comments about her appearance. For most of her life, Lorena said she was ashamed to expose her birthmarks in public and dressed in long-sleeved t-shirts and scarves despite the hot climate.Lorena Bolanos, a body positive activist born with dark birthmarks that cover half of her body said she was once told to take her own life by a cruel school bully because of her appearance. See SWNS story NYMOLES; Lorena Bolanos, 24, was born with more than a dozen large raised birthmarks, also known as congenital melanocytic nevi, including one that sprawls across the right side of her torso. Although the birthmarks do not impact her health, Lorena said her teenage years were very difficult as high school bullies labeled her ?Dalmatian? and called her ?Chocolate Chip Cookie? in the hallways.The imports/exports manager said she once received a message on social media from a classmate that suggested she take her own life. When she was in middle school, Lorena was even asked to leave an ice-rink because a customer suspected she had measles. Lorena, from Queretaro, Mexico, said she fell into a deep depression during her first year in the university after years of battling against negative comments about her appearance. For most of her life, Lorena said she was ashamed to expose her birthmarks in public and dressed in long-sleeved t-shirts and scarves despite the hot climate.SEI_8078408SEI_8078408ellencscottLorena Bolanos, a body positive activist born with dark birthmarks that cover half of her body said she was once told to take her own life by a cruel school bully because of her appearance. See SWNS story NYMOLES; Lorena Bolanos, 24, was born with more than a dozen large raised birthmarks, also known as congenital melanocytic nevi, including one that sprawls across the right side of her torso. Although the birthmarks do not impact her health, Lorena said her teenage years were very difficult as high school bullies labeled her ?Dalmatian? and called her ?Chocolate Chip Cookie? in the hallways.The imports/exports manager said she once received a message on social media from a classmate that suggested she take her own life. When she was in middle school, Lorena was even asked to leave an ice-rink because a customer suspected she had measles. Lorena, from Queretaro, Mexico, said she fell into a deep depression during her first year in the university after years of battling against negative comments about her appearance. For most of her life, Lorena said she was ashamed to expose her birthmarks in public and dressed in long-sleeved t-shirts and scarves despite the hot climate.Lorena Bolanos, a body positive activist born with dark birthmarks that cover half of her body said she was once told to take her own life by a cruel school bully because of her appearance. See SWNS story NYMOLES; Lorena Bolanos, 24, was born with more than a dozen large raised birthmarks, also known as congenital melanocytic nevi, including one that sprawls across the right side of her torso. Although the birthmarks do not impact her health, Lorena said her teenage years were very difficult as high school bullies labeled her ???Dalmatian??? and called her ???Chocolate Chip Cookie??? in the hallways.The imports/exports manager said she once received a message on social media from a classmate that suggested she take her own life. When she was in middle school, Lorena was even asked to leave an ice-rink because a customer suspected she had measles. Lorena, from Queretaro, Mexico, said she fell into a deep depression during her first year in the university after years of battling against negative comments about her appearance. For most of her life, Lorena said she was ashamed to expose her birthmarks in public and dressed in long-sleeved t-shirts and scarves despite the hot climate.Lorena Bolanos, a body positive activist born with dark birthmarks that cover half of her body said she was once told to take her own life by a cruel school bully because of her appearance. See SWNS story NYMOLES; Lorena Bolanos, 24, was born with more than a dozen large raised birthmarks, also known as congenital melanocytic nevi, including one that sprawls across the right side of her torso. Although the birthmarks do not impact her health, Lorena said her teenage years were very difficult as high school bullies labeled her ?Dalmatian? and called her ?Chocolate Chip Cookie? in the hallways.The imports/exports manager said she once received a message on social media from a classmate that suggested she take her own life. When she was in middle school, Lorena was even asked to leave an ice-rink because a customer suspected she had measles. Lorena, from Queretaro, Mexico, said she fell into a deep depression during her first year in the university after years of battling against negative comments about her appearance. For most of her life, Lorena said she was ashamed to expose her birthmarks in public and dressed in long-sleeved t-shirts and scarves despite the hot climate.Lorena Bolanos, a body positive activist born with dark birthmarks that cover half of her body said she was once told to take her own life by a cruel school bully because of her appearance. See SWNS story NYMOLES; Lorena Bolanos, 24, was born with more than a dozen large raised birthmarks, also known as congenital melanocytic nevi, including one that sprawls across the right side of her torso. Although the birthmarks do not impact her health, Lorena said her teenage years were very difficult as high school bullies labeled her ?Dalmatian? and called her ?Chocolate Chip Cookie? in the hallways.The imports/exports manager said she once received a message on social media from a classmate that suggested she take her own life. When she was in middle school, Lorena was even asked to leave an ice-rink because a customer suspected she had measles. Lorena, from Queretaro, Mexico, said she fell into a deep depression during her first year in the university after years of battling against negative comments about her appearance. For most of her life, Lorena said she was ashamed to expose her birthmarks in public and dressed in long-sleeved t-shirts and scarves despite the hot climate.Lorena Bolanos, a body positive activist born with dark birthmarks that cover half of her body said she was once told to take her own life by a cruel school bully because of her appearance. See SWNS story NYMOLES; Lorena Bolanos, 24, was born with more than a dozen large raised birthmarks, also known as congenital melanocytic nevi, including one that sprawls across the right side of her torso. Although the birthmarks do not impact her health, Lorena said her teenage years were very difficult as high school bullies labeled her ?Dalmatian? and called her ?Chocolate Chip Cookie? in the hallways.The imports/exports manager said she once received a message on social media from a classmate that suggested she take her own life. When she was in middle school, Lorena was even asked to leave an ice-rink because a customer suspected she had measles. Lorena, from Queretaro, Mexico, said she fell into a deep depression during her first year in the university after years of battling against negative comments about her appearance. For most of her life, Lorena said she was ashamed to expose her birthmarks in public and dressed in long-sleeved t-shirts and scarves despite the hot climate.

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    Anyone for a CBD infused afternoon tea? (Picture: Farmacy)

    There’s a London-based cannabis-infused afternoon tea menu bringing a whole new meaning to the concept of high tea.

    When it comes to afternoon tea, most people think scones, pots of cream, a bit of jam and some cucumber sandwiches thrown in for good measure.

    But London-based Farmacy are changing all of that by introducing a cannabis element to their afternoon tea, appropriately named ‘high tea’ – so of course I had to visit and investigate further.

    Think of your traditional afternoon tea, but then reimagine it with the addition of Cannabidol-infused truffles and hemp tea. Sounds good right?

    Why CBD?

    Metro.co.uk spoke to the owner of… Read the full story


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    Oh, sweet Toby.

    Toby the cat has finally found a loving home, after he experienced the heartbreak of being rejected by his family.

    Toby’s family had given the cat away after they decided they no longer wanted him around. Feeling rejected and confused, he walked twelve miles to return to the people he thought loved him most.

    But rather than being moved by his journey back to see them, the family still didn’t want Toby around. They took him to an animal shelter and asked for the cat to be… Read the full story


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    Allergy tablets and pills and flowers
    Get behind me, allergens (Picture: Getty)

    Oh goody, it’s that time of year again.

    Hayfever season has well and truly begun, and many of us (up to 30% according to Allergy UK) will already have started experiencing those familiar runny noses, itchy eyes and rasping coughs.

    You’ve probably rushed out to stock up on hay fever tablets, but did you read the back of the packet properly?

    Have you ever been in so much discomfort that you’ve doubled up on a one-a-day pill, assuming it will make you feel better?

    Well, you should think twice before doing that again.

     

    What’s in hay fever tablets?

    Both prescription and over-the-counter… Read the full story


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    The Muraka is currently being erected at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island by New Zealand-based design consultancy M.J. Murphy Ltd and is due to be completed in November 2018
    (Picture: Conrad Hotels & Resorts)

    An underwater villa will be opening in the Maldives this year. It sounds like a dream.

    Guests of the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island will soon be able to sleep with the fish in a stunning new residence immersed 16.4 feet under the Indian Ocean.

    The new underwater villa will be called the Muraka, which means coral in Dhivehi, the language in the Maldives.


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    Wagyumafia The Most Expensive Sandwich in the world Photo Credit: EatCookExplore.com
    Wagyumafia The Most Expensive Sandwich in the world (Picture: EatCookExplore.com)

    Your nose picks up the beefy scent as you lift up the sandwich. There’s a light crunch as you bite into the toasted milk bread, which carries with it a slight sweetness. 

    When your teeth sink into the crispy panko crust, your taste buds get flooded with the juicy fat of the Kobe Chateaubriand. A tangy note from the special sauce balances out the fattiness and completes the flavours of the sandwich.

    Raw fresh marbled meat Steak Ribeye Black Angus and meat fork on wooden background… <a href=Read the full story

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    Pinkster gin in a box on tap with a horse. We don't know why there's a horse but there is.
    Please do not give this to horses, however much they beg (Picture: Pinkster)

    We’re all familiar with boxed wine, but boxed gin?

    Pinkster raspberry-infused gin has launched a three litre box version of their British pink gin – with that ever so handy tap for portable pouring.

    These are a great idea for picnics, BBQs and festivals, and it’s a much lighter option than lugging glass bottles around.

    It also gets around any ‘no glass’ policies for campsites and events.

    If you’re planning a DIY wedding this summer and are stocking your… Read the full story


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    Disney World millennial pink drink Credit: Disney Parks
    (Picture: Disney Parks)

    Disney World has just added a fancy new pink cocktail to its menu, and it comes with Mickey Mouse ears.

    The cocktail has been dubbed the Millennial Pink Celebration Toast, and is perfect for any millennial with a pink Instagram theme.

    The cocktail is made with Fairy Tale Celebration Cuvee, a type of champagne, and comes topped with a pair of Mickey or Minnie Mouse ears made out of chocolate.

    The new drink is available at Amorette’s Patisserie in Disney Springs.

    Alongside the cocktail, Disney has lots of other Mickey Mouse themed treats on offer.

    There’s this pink millennial rice crispy pop

    Read the full story


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    (Picture: PA Real Life)

    A real life ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ has explained how he went from having just £600 to his name to being a millionaire.

    Rupesh Thomas arrived in England from Kerala, southern India, with just £600 to his name.

    He found his fortune making chai tea, and now runs a £2 million company, supplying prestigious store chain Harvey Nichols.

    Rupesh says he’s ‘obsessed’ with everything English, including the ‘cold weather, proud history and the people’.

    Rupesh, 39, now lives in a £1 million home in Wimbledon, South West London, with his wife, Alexandra, and their son, Kian, seven.

    He said his father inspired him to travel to London, explaining: ‘My father travelled with work.

    ‘He… Read the full story


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    Shimmi says she stopped ageing at 20, when she had her son, Ameen. (Picture: Focus Features)

    Shimmi Munshi says she regularly gets mistaken for her son’s girlfriend because she looks so young – suggesting she stopped ageing at 20.

    Shimmi, from Bolton, is 41 years old, but looks quite a bit younger.

    At age 20 she gave birth to Ameen, her only son, who is now 20 – but even when he was a teenager people thought she was her son’s girlfriend.

    ‘I’ve always looked young,’ says Shimmi. ‘As my friends began ageing, I seemed to go in the opposite direction, but I’ve no idea why.

    ‘I was a single mum, juggling work and… Read the full story


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    ‘I was suffering from severe depression and I was so incredibly low in mood and felt completely hopeless that I was fixated on suicide,’ says Frances Coleman-Williams, who underwent Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).

    She credits it with saving her life.

    ‘They decided ECT was right for me as they’d tried all sorts of medications and nothing was working.’

    The opposite is true for Sue Cunliffe, who was given ECT after being on antidepressants.

    ‘By the time I finished my twenty-one lots of… Read the full story


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    You’ve got to get really good at listening to your own body (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    I was diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) in 2005 by a process of elimination and then left to my own devices by my GP.

    I was told to ‘go home, Google it and learn how to live with it’.

    I left her office feeling disempowered and equipped with the bog-standard NHS printout telling me that I must eat more fibre.

    I then embarked on a 10-year battle with this life-limiting invisible illness.

    I spent a decade trying to find the answer to the excruciating gut cramps, the nausea and the fatigue.

    Not forgetting the unpredictable episodes of… Read the full story


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    Couple spending summer holidays in the Catalan Pyrenees.
    (Picture: Getty)

    If you’re having zero luck with dating, then it might be because you’re a big old litter bug.

    Online dating site and app Zoosk carried out a survey of 5,100 of its members and analysed 123,257 dating profiles, finding that being environmentally conscious was a big turn-on.

    In fact, 78% of those questioned said that they’re looking to date someone who cares about the environment, with 33% of those revealing that it’s very important.

    Women tend to care a bit more, with 85% of them requiring an eco-friendly date.

    58% of singles say that caring about the environment is an attractive quality, and 91% of those questioned… Read the full story


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    How does cocaine affect your vagina
    (Picture: Getty/Shutterstock)

    You all know that cocaine is a class A drug that’s illegal to have, produce, sell, or give away, and that it can cause a lot of damage, right?

    It’s definitely not something we’d recommend doing. Sniffing up cocaine is a bad idea.

    But if the legal and health risks aren’t enough to put you off, perhaps coke’s affect on your vagina might. We all like vaginas.

    How does doing cocaine affect your vagina’s health? Does it change sex in any way? And what happens if you put coke up there?

    Here’s everything you need to know.

    Putting cocaine in your vagina isn’t a good idea

    Let’s just get… Read the full story


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    Beatrix Potter's holiday home where she drew for the Tale of Peter Rabbit is up for sale - for ?1.8m. The renowned children's author wrote a letter from the picturesque seaside home in 1900 telling tales of rabbits living in the cliffs. She was also inspired by the garden of the Grade II-listed Georgian property and painted a lily pond that was used in Peter Rabbit. The coastal home in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, is now available for Potter fans to buy at ?1.8million. Pictured here is the front of the house WALES NEWS SERVICE
    (Picture: WALES NEWS SERVICE)

    Attention writers, illustrators, and any other creative types.

    Ever feel like you could be on… Read the full story


    SEI_7931407SEI_7931407ellencscottBeatrix Potter's holiday home where she drew for the Tale of Peter Rabbit is up for sale - for ?1.8m. The renowned children's author wrote a letter from the picturesque seaside home in 1900 telling tales of rabbits living in the cliffs. She was also inspired by the garden of the Grade II-listed Georgian property and painted a lily pond that was used in Peter Rabbit. The coastal home in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, is now available for Potter fans to buy at ?1.8million. Pictured here is the front of the house WALES NEWS SERVICEBeatrix Potter's holiday home where she drew for the Tale of Peter Rabbit is up for sale - for ?1.8m. The renowned children's author wrote a letter from the picturesque seaside home in 1900 telling tales of rabbits living in the cliffs. She was also inspired by the garden of the Grade II-listed Georgian property and painted a lily pond that was used in Peter Rabbit. The coastal home in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, is now available for Potter fans to buy at ?1.8million. Pictured here is the view from croft house WALES NEWS SERVICEBeatrix Potter's holiday home where she drew for the Tale of Peter Rabbit is up for sale - for ?1.8m. The renowned children's author wrote a letter from the picturesque seaside home in 1900 telling tales of rabbits living in the cliffs. She was also inspired by the garden of the Grade II-listed Georgian property and painted a lily pond that was used in Peter Rabbit. The coastal home in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, is now available for Potter fans to buy at ?1.8million. Pictured here is the blue plaque on croft house WALES NEWS SERVICEBeatrix Potter's holiday home where she drew for the Tale of Peter Rabbit is up for sale - for ?1.8m. The renowned children's author wrote a letter from the picturesque seaside home in 1900 telling tales of rabbits living in the cliffs. She was also inspired by the garden of the Grade II-listed Georgian property and painted a lily pond that was used in Peter Rabbit. The coastal home in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, is now available for Potter fans to buy at ?1.8million. Pictured here is the view from croft house WALES NEWS SERVICEBeatrix Potter's holiday home where she drew for the Tale of Peter Rabbit is up for sale - for ?1.8m. The renowned children's author wrote a letter from the picturesque seaside home in 1900 telling tales of rabbits living in the cliffs. She was also inspired by the garden of the Grade II-listed Georgian property and painted a lily pond that was used in Peter Rabbit. The coastal home in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, is now available for Potter fans to buy at ?1.8million. Pictured here is the front of the house (the orange building at the top left of the frame WALES NEWS SERVICESEI_7931407SEI_7931407ellencscottBeatrix Potter's holiday home where she drew for the Tale of Peter Rabbit is up for sale - for ?1.8m. The renowned children's author wrote a letter from the picturesque seaside home in 1900 telling tales of rabbits living in the cliffs. She was also inspired by the garden of the Grade II-listed Georgian property and painted a lily pond that was used in Peter Rabbit. The coastal home in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, is now available for Potter fans to buy at ?1.8million. Pictured here is the front of the house WALES NEWS SERVICEBeatrix Potter's holiday home where she drew for the Tale of Peter Rabbit is up for sale - for ?1.8m. The renowned children's author wrote a letter from the picturesque seaside home in 1900 telling tales of rabbits living in the cliffs. She was also inspired by the garden of the Grade II-listed Georgian property and painted a lily pond that was used in Peter Rabbit. The coastal home in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, is now available for Potter fans to buy at ?1.8million. Pictured here is the view from croft house WALES NEWS SERVICEBeatrix Potter's holiday home where she drew for the Tale of Peter Rabbit is up for sale - for ?1.8m. The renowned children's author wrote a letter from the picturesque seaside home in 1900 telling tales of rabbits living in the cliffs. She was also inspired by the garden of the Grade II-listed Georgian property and painted a lily pond that was used in Peter Rabbit. The coastal home in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, is now available for Potter fans to buy at ?1.8million. Pictured here is the blue plaque on croft house WALES NEWS SERVICEBeatrix Potter's holiday home where she drew for the Tale of Peter Rabbit is up for sale - for ?1.8m. The renowned children's author wrote a letter from the picturesque seaside home in 1900 telling tales of rabbits living in the cliffs. She was also inspired by the garden of the Grade II-listed Georgian property and painted a lily pond that was used in Peter Rabbit. The coastal home in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, is now available for Potter fans to buy at ?1.8million. Pictured here is the view from croft house WALES NEWS SERVICEBeatrix Potter's holiday home where she drew for the Tale of Peter Rabbit is up for sale - for ?1.8m. The renowned children's author wrote a letter from the picturesque seaside home in 1900 telling tales of rabbits living in the cliffs. She was also inspired by the garden of the Grade II-listed Georgian property and painted a lily pond that was used in Peter Rabbit. The coastal home in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, is now available for Potter fans to buy at ?1.8million. Pictured here is the front of the house (the orange building at the top left of the frame WALES NEWS SERVICE

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    Featured size Credit: Papa Johns
    (Picture: Papa John’s)

    Attention, fast food lovers: Cheeseburger pizza is here, and it sounds like the perfect hangover food.

    Papa John’s has just released a new BBQ Cheeseburger Pizza.

    Well. They call it a cheeseburger pizza. We’d argue that unless a cheeseburger pizza is topped with tiny cheeseburgers, buns and all, it is no such thing.

    It’s actually just a meat pizza, right? Pizzas already have cheese and doughy bread. The only thing we can really see that makes this different from a regular pizza is the presence of pickles.

    It’s a fresh pizza, topped with BBQ tomato sauce, lots of cheese, a double helping of spicy beef, cheeseburger pickles… Read the full story


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    Passion Fruit Martini Credit: GlobalBrands
    (Picture: Global Brands)

    Just yesterday, we wrote about Cheers Ice Cream’s alcoholic ice creams, which are each inspired by cocktail flavours and come with actual alcohol in them.

    The one we were most interested in was the Passion Fruit Pornstar Martini – a firm favourite at any cocktail bar.

    Somehow in tune with all our desires, Tesco has now jumped onto the cocktail hype – by selling pre-made cans of our favourite cocktail.


    Bottoms Up: Tesco Is Selling Cans Of Passion Fruit Martini For ??1.25Bottoms Up: Tesco Is Selling Cans Of Passion Fruit Martini For ??1.25hattiegladwellmetroPassion Fruit Martini Credit: GlobalBrandsPassion Fruit Martini Credit: GlobalBrandsEspresso Martini Credit: GlobalBrandsBottoms Up: Tesco Is Selling Cans Of Passion Fruit Martini For ??1.25Bottoms Up: Tesco Is Selling Cans Of Passion Fruit Martini For ??1.25hattiegladwellmetroPassion Fruit Martini Credit: GlobalBrandsPassion Fruit Martini Credit: GlobalBrandsEspresso Martini Credit: GlobalBrands

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    Who could abandon this cutie? (Picture: Jamie Hulit/Cover Images)

    Meet Beaux Tox, a beautiful yellow Labrador who, until recently, was struggling to find a home.

    The six-year-old developed a sunken cranium and close-set eyes in the womb, thanks to struggling to share space with six fellow pups.

    Although vets confirmed that his facial deformity didn’t affect his health, no-one wanted to buy Beaux Tox from his breeders, so they ended up giving him away for free.

    He was taken in by a man in nearby Austin, Texas, but when the man’s cats didn’t like the dog he was banished to the back yard, where he lived for five years, severely neglected, and alone.

    He didn’t even… Read the full story


    Dog abandoned because of unusual faceDog abandoned because of unusual facelisambowman**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** A yellow lab with a facial deformity has found his forever home after being abandoned by his original owner. Beaux Tox as he has now been named, has a face that???s hard to forget, and yet before being rescued that???s exactly what he was??? forgotten. Living in a back yard for five years totally neglected (his dog bed was even outside) he was unloved and under fed at just 42Ibs, infested with fleas, and even worse, had heartworms. And, whilst some may be put off by all of that, animal rescuer Jamie Hulit, from Austin,, Texas, was not. Hulit, who was in foster care herself for two years before being adopted at the age of 9, knew what it meant to be passed from family to family, and so a single photo posted on Facebook with a plea to foster, or adopt him, was all it took to convince her that the yellow Lab???s life was worth saving. ???I rescue and foster animals,??? Hulit tells Cover Images. ???But I adopted him instead of fostering him because I fell in love with his face!??? Explaining his background Hulit adds: ???He is a purebred yellow lab with papers however the breeder could not sell him because of his facial deformity. ???Beaux Tox was simply given away for free to owners who really did not want him; he went to two separate homes, but he was returned. ???He was in bad health and severely underweight??? I got him medical help and everything he needed...especially a lot of love. ???I cannot imagine my life without him???he always has to be touching you or on your lap.??? Describing Beaux Tox as a ???happy dog??? there is no doubt that Hulit has changed his life for the better. ???He is now an indoor dog with a king-sized bed and two dog beds if he so chooses; he is now in perfect health, weighs a healthy and solid 104 pounds, and loves his brother and sister (who are also rescued dogs). ???I came up with his name Beaux Tox because he looks like he needs the real Botox. ???He is alwa**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** A yellow lab with a facial deformity has found his forever home after being abandoned by his original owner. Beaux Tox as he has now been named, has a face that???s hard to forget, and yet before being rescued that???s exactly what he was??? forgotten. Living in a back yard for five years totally neglected (his dog bed was even outside) he was unloved and under fed at just 42Ibs, infested with fleas, and even worse, had heartworms. And, whilst some may be put off by all of that, animal rescuer Jamie Hulit, from Austin,, Texas, was not. Hulit, who was in foster care herself for two years before being adopted at the age of 9, knew what it meant to be passed from family to family, and so a single photo posted on Facebook with a plea to foster, or adopt him, was all it took to convince her that the yellow Lab???s life was worth saving. ???I rescue and foster animals,??? Hulit tells Cover Images. ???But I adopted him instead of fostering him because I fell in love with his face!??? Explaining his background Hulit adds: ???He is a purebred yellow lab with papers however the breeder could not sell him because of his facial deformity. ???Beaux Tox was simply given away for free to owners who really did not want him; he went to two separate homes, but he was returned. ???He was in bad health and severely underweight??? I got him medical help and everything he needed...especially a lot of love. ???I cannot imagine my life without him???he always has to be touching you or on your lap.??? Describing Beaux Tox as a ???happy dog??? there is no doubt that Hulit has changed his life for the better. ???He is now an indoor dog with a king-sized bed and two dog beds if he so chooses; he is now in perfect health, weighs a healthy and solid 104 pounds, and loves his brother and sister (who are also rescued dogs). ???I came up with his name Beaux Tox because he looks like he needs the real Botox. ???He is alwa**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** A yellow lab with a facial deformity has found his forever home after being abandoned by his original owner. Beaux Tox as he has now been named, has a face that???s hard to forget, and yet before being rescued that???s exactly what he was??? forgotten. Living in a back yard for five years totally neglected (his dog bed was even outside) he was unloved and under fed at just 42Ibs, infested with fleas, and even worse, had heartworms. And, whilst some may be put off by all of that, animal rescuer Jamie Hulit, from Austin,, Texas, was not. Hulit, who was in foster care herself for two years before being adopted at the age of 9, knew what it meant to be passed from family to family, and so a single photo posted on Facebook with a plea to foster, or adopt him, was all it took to convince her that the yellow Lab???s life was worth saving. ???I rescue and foster animals,??? Hulit tells Cover Images. ???But I adopted him instead of fostering him because I fell in love with his face!??? Explaining his background Hulit adds: ???He is a purebred yellow lab with papers however the breeder could not sell him because of his facial deformity. ???Beaux Tox was simply given away for free to owners who really did not want him; he went to two separate homes, but he was returned. ???He was in bad health and severely underweight??? I got him medical help and everything he needed...especially a lot of love. ???I cannot imagine my life without him???he always has to be touching you or on your lap.??? Describing Beaux Tox as a ???happy dog??? there is no doubt that Hulit has changed his life for the better. ???He is now an indoor dog with a king-sized bed and two dog beds if he so chooses; he is now in perfect health, weighs a healthy and solid 104 pounds, and loves his brother and sister (who are also rescued dogs). ???I came up with his name Beaux Tox because he looks like he needs the real Botox. ???He is alwa**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** A yellow lab with a facial deformity has found his forever home after being abandoned by his original owner. Beaux Tox as he has now been named, has a face that???s hard to forget, and yet before being rescued that???s exactly what he was??? forgotten. Living in a back yard for five years totally neglected (his dog bed was even outside) he was unloved and under fed at just 42Ibs, infested with fleas, and even worse, had heartworms. And, whilst some may be put off by all of that, animal rescuer Jamie Hulit, from Austin,, Texas, was not. Hulit, who was in foster care herself for two years before being adopted at the age of 9, knew what it meant to be passed from family to family, and so a single photo posted on Facebook with a plea to foster, or adopt him, was all it took to convince her that the yellow Lab???s life was worth saving. ???I rescue and foster animals,??? Hulit tells Cover Images. ???But I adopted him instead of fostering him because I fell in love with his face!??? Explaining his background Hulit adds: ???He is a purebred yellow lab with papers however the breeder could not sell him because of his facial deformity. ???Beaux Tox was simply given away for free to owners who really did not want him; he went to two separate homes, but he was returned. ???He was in bad health and severely underweight??? I got him medical help and everything he needed...especially a lot of love. ???I cannot imagine my life without him???he always has to be touching you or on your lap.??? Describing Beaux Tox as a ???happy dog??? there is no doubt that Hulit has changed his life for the better. ???He is now an indoor dog with a king-sized bed and two dog beds if he so chooses; he is now in perfect health, weighs a healthy and solid 104 pounds, and loves his brother and sister (who are also rescued dogs). ???I came up with his name Beaux Tox because he looks like he needs the real Botox. ???He is alwaDog abandoned because of unusual faceDog abandoned because of unusual facelisambowman**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** A yellow lab with a facial deformity has found his forever home after being abandoned by his original owner. Beaux Tox as he has now been named, has a face that???s hard to forget, and yet before being rescued that???s exactly what he was??? forgotten. Living in a back yard for five years totally neglected (his dog bed was even outside) he was unloved and under fed at just 42Ibs, infested with fleas, and even worse, had heartworms. And, whilst some may be put off by all of that, animal rescuer Jamie Hulit, from Austin,, Texas, was not. Hulit, who was in foster care herself for two years before being adopted at the age of 9, knew what it meant to be passed from family to family, and so a single photo posted on Facebook with a plea to foster, or adopt him, was all it took to convince her that the yellow Lab???s life was worth saving. ???I rescue and foster animals,??? Hulit tells Cover Images. ???But I adopted him instead of fostering him because I fell in love with his face!??? Explaining his background Hulit adds: ???He is a purebred yellow lab with papers however the breeder could not sell him because of his facial deformity. ???Beaux Tox was simply given away for free to owners who really did not want him; he went to two separate homes, but he was returned. ???He was in bad health and severely underweight??? I got him medical help and everything he needed...especially a lot of love. ???I cannot imagine my life without him???he always has to be touching you or on your lap.??? Describing Beaux Tox as a ???happy dog??? there is no doubt that Hulit has changed his life for the better. ???He is now an indoor dog with a king-sized bed and two dog beds if he so chooses; he is now in perfect health, weighs a healthy and solid 104 pounds, and loves his brother and sister (who are also rescued dogs). ???I came up with his name Beaux Tox because he looks like he needs the real Botox. ???He is alwa**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** A yellow lab with a facial deformity has found his forever home after being abandoned by his original owner. Beaux Tox as he has now been named, has a face that???s hard to forget, and yet before being rescued that???s exactly what he was??? forgotten. Living in a back yard for five years totally neglected (his dog bed was even outside) he was unloved and under fed at just 42Ibs, infested with fleas, and even worse, had heartworms. And, whilst some may be put off by all of that, animal rescuer Jamie Hulit, from Austin,, Texas, was not. Hulit, who was in foster care herself for two years before being adopted at the age of 9, knew what it meant to be passed from family to family, and so a single photo posted on Facebook with a plea to foster, or adopt him, was all it took to convince her that the yellow Lab???s life was worth saving. ???I rescue and foster animals,??? Hulit tells Cover Images. ???But I adopted him instead of fostering him because I fell in love with his face!??? Explaining his background Hulit adds: ???He is a purebred yellow lab with papers however the breeder could not sell him because of his facial deformity. ???Beaux Tox was simply given away for free to owners who really did not want him; he went to two separate homes, but he was returned. ???He was in bad health and severely underweight??? I got him medical help and everything he needed...especially a lot of love. ???I cannot imagine my life without him???he always has to be touching you or on your lap.??? Describing Beaux Tox as a ???happy dog??? there is no doubt that Hulit has changed his life for the better. ???He is now an indoor dog with a king-sized bed and two dog beds if he so chooses; he is now in perfect health, weighs a healthy and solid 104 pounds, and loves his brother and sister (who are also rescued dogs). ???I came up with his name Beaux Tox because he looks like he needs the real Botox. ???He is alwa**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** A yellow lab with a facial deformity has found his forever home after being abandoned by his original owner. Beaux Tox as he has now been named, has a face that???s hard to forget, and yet before being rescued that???s exactly what he was??? forgotten. Living in a back yard for five years totally neglected (his dog bed was even outside) he was unloved and under fed at just 42Ibs, infested with fleas, and even worse, had heartworms. And, whilst some may be put off by all of that, animal rescuer Jamie Hulit, from Austin,, Texas, was not. Hulit, who was in foster care herself for two years before being adopted at the age of 9, knew what it meant to be passed from family to family, and so a single photo posted on Facebook with a plea to foster, or adopt him, was all it took to convince her that the yellow Lab???s life was worth saving. ???I rescue and foster animals,??? Hulit tells Cover Images. ???But I adopted him instead of fostering him because I fell in love with his face!??? Explaining his background Hulit adds: ???He is a purebred yellow lab with papers however the breeder could not sell him because of his facial deformity. ???Beaux Tox was simply given away for free to owners who really did not want him; he went to two separate homes, but he was returned. ???He was in bad health and severely underweight??? I got him medical help and everything he needed...especially a lot of love. ???I cannot imagine my life without him???he always has to be touching you or on your lap.??? Describing Beaux Tox as a ???happy dog??? there is no doubt that Hulit has changed his life for the better. ???He is now an indoor dog with a king-sized bed and two dog beds if he so chooses; he is now in perfect health, weighs a healthy and solid 104 pounds, and loves his brother and sister (who are also rescued dogs). ???I came up with his name Beaux Tox because he looks like he needs the real Botox. ???He is alwa**VIDEO AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** A yellow lab with a facial deformity has found his forever home after being abandoned by his original owner. Beaux Tox as he has now been named, has a face that???s hard to forget, and yet before being rescued that???s exactly what he was??? forgotten. Living in a back yard for five years totally neglected (his dog bed was even outside) he was unloved and under fed at just 42Ibs, infested with fleas, and even worse, had heartworms. And, whilst some may be put off by all of that, animal rescuer Jamie Hulit, from Austin,, Texas, was not. Hulit, who was in foster care herself for two years before being adopted at the age of 9, knew what it meant to be passed from family to family, and so a single photo posted on Facebook with a plea to foster, or adopt him, was all it took to convince her that the yellow Lab???s life was worth saving. ???I rescue and foster animals,??? Hulit tells Cover Images. ???But I adopted him instead of fostering him because I fell in love with his face!??? Explaining his background Hulit adds: ???He is a purebred yellow lab with papers however the breeder could not sell him because of his facial deformity. ???Beaux Tox was simply given away for free to owners who really did not want him; he went to two separate homes, but he was returned. ???He was in bad health and severely underweight??? I got him medical help and everything he needed...especially a lot of love. ???I cannot imagine my life without him???he always has to be touching you or on your lap.??? Describing Beaux Tox as a ???happy dog??? there is no doubt that Hulit has changed his life for the better. ???He is now an indoor dog with a king-sized bed and two dog beds if he so chooses; he is now in perfect health, weighs a healthy and solid 104 pounds, and loves his brother and sister (who are also rescued dogs). ???I came up with his name Beaux Tox because he looks like he needs the real Botox. ???He is alwa

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    *composition* xx of the most Instagram-able snacks at Walt Disney World in Florida
    Yes, I ate and drank all of this (Picture: Cat Phillips/Disney)

    Theme park snacks – it is all greasy burgers, fries and fizzy drinks, right?

    Wrong!

    At Disney World, the food and drink is almost as iconic as the rides, the characters and Cinderella’s Castle.

    28 things I wish I knew before I went to Disney World in Florida

    And they taste soooooo good.

    Not only that, but even the most basic of photographer, armed only with their smartphone (AKA me), can take near-perfect Instagram shots of their goodies.

    OK, it is too hard to… Read the full story


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