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Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro

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    (Picture: Jonathan Goldberg/Mercury Press)

    A disabled woman has slammed a Topshop store after they filled up their accessible changing room with sale stock, leaving 32-year-old Nina Grant, who uses a wheelchair, without a suitable space to change.

    Nina was angered when she claims a shop assistant stopped her heading to the designated fitting room and drew back a curtain to reveal it was rammed with items on clothing rails.

    She says she was left trying to squeeze into a standard changing room in Topshop’s Palace Exchange branch in Enfield, London.

    Nina says she was cramped and her wheelchair was left sticking out as she attempted to try on a top she liked.

    Nina, from… Read the full story


    MERCURY PRESS. 25/04/18. Pictured: Nina Grant, 32. A wheelchair user has slammed a Topshop store after they filled up their accessible changing room with sale stock leaving her without a suitable space to change. Nina Grant, 32, was angered when she claims a shop assistant stopped her heading to the designated fitting room and drew back a curtain to reveal it was rammed with items on clothing rails. Instead she says she was left trying to squeeze into a standard changing room in Topshops Palace Exchange branch in Enfield, London. She claims she was cramped and her wheelchair left sticking out as she attempted to try on a top she liked. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Jonathan Goldberg/Mercury Press1MERCURY PRESS. 25/04/18. Pictured: Nina Grant, 32. A wheelchair user has slammed a Topshop store after they filled up their accessible changing room with sale stock leaving her without a suitable space to change. Nina Grant, 32, was angered when she claims a shop assistant stopped her heading to the designated fitting room and drew back a curtain to reveal it was rammed with items on clothing rails. Instead she says she was left trying to squeeze into a standard changing room in Topshops Palace Exchange branch in Enfield, London. She claims she was cramped and her wheelchair left sticking out as she attempted to try on a top she liked. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Jonathan Goldberg/Mercury Press1hattiegladwellmetroMERCURY PRESS. 25/04/18. Pictured: Nina Grant, 32. A wheelchair user has slammed a Topshop store after they filled up their accessible changing room with sale stock leaving her without a suitable space to change. Nina Grant, 32, was angered when she claims a shop assistant stopped her heading to the designated fitting room and drew back a curtain to reveal it was rammed with items on clothing rails. Instead she says she was left trying to squeeze into a standard changing room in Topshops Palace Exchange branch in Enfield, London. She claims she was cramped and her wheelchair left sticking out as she attempted to try on a top she liked. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Jonathan Goldberg/Mercury PressMERCURY PRESS. 25/04/18. Pictured: The disabled changing rooms in Topshop filled with rails and extra clothing. A wheelchair user has slammed a Topshop store after they filled up their accessible changing room with sale stock leaving her without a suitable space to change. Nina Grant, 32, was angered when she claims a shop assistant stopped her heading to the designated fitting room and drew back a curtain to reveal it was rammed with items on clothing rails. Instead she says she was left trying to squeeze into a standard changing room in Topshops Palace Exchange branch in Enfield, London. She claims she was cramped and her wheelchair left sticking out as she attempted to try on a top she liked. SEE MERCURY COPY.MERCURY PRESS. 25/04/18. Pictured: Nina Grant, 32. A wheelchair user has slammed a Topshop store after they filled up their accessible changing room with sale stock leaving her without a suitable space to change. Nina Grant, 32, was angered when she claims a shop assistant stopped her heading to the designated fitting room and drew back a curtain to reveal it was rammed with items on clothing rails. Instead she says she was left trying to squeeze into a standard changing room in Topshops Palace Exchange branch in Enfield, London. She claims she was cramped and her wheelchair left sticking out as she attempted to try on a top she liked. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Jonathan Goldberg/Mercury Press1MERCURY PRESS. 25/04/18. Pictured: Nina Grant, 32. A wheelchair user has slammed a Topshop store after they filled up their accessible changing room with sale stock leaving her without a suitable space to change. Nina Grant, 32, was angered when she claims a shop assistant stopped her heading to the designated fitting room and drew back a curtain to reveal it was rammed with items on clothing rails. Instead she says she was left trying to squeeze into a standard changing room in Topshops Palace Exchange branch in Enfield, London. She claims she was cramped and her wheelchair left sticking out as she attempted to try on a top she liked. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Jonathan Goldberg/Mercury Press1hattiegladwellmetroMERCURY PRESS. 25/04/18. Pictured: Nina Grant, 32. A wheelchair user has slammed a Topshop store after they filled up their accessible changing room with sale stock leaving her without a suitable space to change. Nina Grant, 32, was angered when she claims a shop assistant stopped her heading to the designated fitting room and drew back a curtain to reveal it was rammed with items on clothing rails. Instead she says she was left trying to squeeze into a standard changing room in Topshops Palace Exchange branch in Enfield, London. She claims she was cramped and her wheelchair left sticking out as she attempted to try on a top she liked. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Jonathan Goldberg/Mercury PressMERCURY PRESS. 25/04/18. Pictured: The disabled changing rooms in Topshop filled with rails and extra clothing. A wheelchair user has slammed a Topshop store after they filled up their accessible changing room with sale stock leaving her without a suitable space to change. Nina Grant, 32, was angered when she claims a shop assistant stopped her heading to the designated fitting room and drew back a curtain to reveal it was rammed with items on clothing rails. Instead she says she was left trying to squeeze into a standard changing room in Topshops Palace Exchange branch in Enfield, London. She claims she was cramped and her wheelchair left sticking out as she attempted to try on a top she liked. SEE MERCURY COPY.

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    An incredible organisation of volunteers lead by a recovered addict, is going around boosting the spirit of homeless people by giving them free haircuts.

    Hairdresser Stewart Roberts, 56, knows only too well the issues facing people dealing with substance abuse and homelessness.

    So in 2014, he set out to make a difference. He went down to the Salvation Army in Romford, bringing his scissors, and offered to trim whoever was waiting in line for a hot meal.

    After a successful first session, other shelters soon started asking for Stewart to come and… Read the full story


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    People have been looking for the secret to living a long life since the dawn of time – and now Harvard scientists might just have found it.

    According to an 80-year study by the Ivy League university, having a network of strong relationships is the key to longevity.

    ‘The people who were most satisfied in their relationships at age 50 were the healthiest at age 80,’ says Robert Waldinger, director of the study and a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.

    The Harvard Second Generation Study began in 1938 when a team of researchers began tracking the lives and health of 268 male Harvard undergrads.

    In the subsequent years, the study has expanded to include their wives, 465 Boston inner-city residents and their wives and 1,300 of the Harvard students’ offspring – who are now in their 50s and 60s.

    Their health and lives were tracked in general, including successes and failures in careers and love,… Read the full story


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

    Renters report feeling lonely more often than people who own their homes, a major study into loneliness has found.

    This could be down to a number of reasons, including age, financial instability, and a lack of connection with the community.

    Figures from the Office for National Statistics show that 61% of young renters reported feeling lonely occasionally, often, or always, versus 46% of the overall sample.

    This link is especially strong for those who rent a home and live alone, as those living with a partner were significantly more likely to report feeling lonely ‘hardly ever’ or ‘never’.

    The ONS points to a few potential reasons for the connection… Read the full story


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    Asda is selling 100 jaffa cakes for £3.50 Picture: REX/metro.co.uk
    (Picture: REX/metro.co.uk)

    Tesco has just started selling mega boxes of 100 Jaffa Cakes for next to nothing, and we’re so ready to head down to our local store ASAP.

    The Jaffa Cakes are available in boxes of 100 and are being sold for just £1.

    ONE POUND FOR 100 JAFFA CAKES, PEOPLE.

    Just to further reiterate how amazing that is – that’s technically 1p per cake (or biscuit, but we’ll save that argument for another day).

    Normally, standard packets of 10 Jaffa Cakes retail at £1, so a quid for 100 is a total bargain.

    Read the full story

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    A Monopoly Peel to Play game sticker is seen on a McDonald's Corp. Big Mac hamburger arranged for a photograph in Tiskilwa, Illinois, U.S., on Friday, April 15, 2016. McDonald's Corp. is expected to report quarterly earnings on April 22. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images
    (Picture: Getty)

    You can now get paid to eat McDonald’s – and SIGN. US. UP.

    The world’s first professional McDonald’s Monopoly Player service has just been launched for people who want to increase their chances of winning top prizes in the McDonald’s Monopoly.

    The company, Bark.com, is currently recruiting people across the UK to offer professional Monopoly Player services, with prices expected to start at £45 per… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Craigslist)

    Shifting an old banger can sometimes be more hassle than it’s worth.

    But not for one Craigslist-er.

    They stuck a brutally honest ad for their mega crusty old 1999 Toyota Corolla on the website and now he’s got almost 290k people offering to buy it.

    Craigslist is a goldmine of random and often disturbing posts, but this one is a masterpiece of effective advertising.

    Being sold for £1,792, the car’s ad reads: ‘You want a car that gets the job done? You want a car that’s hassle free? You want a car that literally no one will ever compliment you on? Wel, look no further’.

    The ad then goes into the finer details.

    Read the full story

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    Heaven must be missing five angels (Picture: Getty)

    The American Kennel Club has released its annual list of the most popular dog breeds in the US and the Labrador Retriever has come out on top.

    For the 27th year in a row.

    The top three dogs are Labrador Retriever, German Shepherd and Golden Retriever.

    So why do people love Labradors so much?

    According to the American Kennel Club, they’re friendly, active and outgoing (gosh, sounds like your average Bumble dating profile) and are: ‘sweet-faced…high-spirited companions who have more than enough affection to go around for a family looking for a medium-to-large dog’.

    They have a life expectancy of 10-12 years, which is a solid amount… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Faima Bakar)

    It’s not about where you go, it’s who you’re with.

    So when you’re with four very different lads lads, whose friendships are cemented by their interest in sports, games, and well, girls, it’s not hard to be the odd one out.

    I went to a luxury holiday resort to Turkey with my guy friends from college, whom I hadn’t seen for six years, bar one. It was a random reunion, just 2,000 miles away and under a whole new climate.

    After being added to their annual gentleman’s retreat group chat on Whatsapp (an honour, they liked to remind me), I became the organiser, booking the flights and hotel, which, to… Read the full story


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    Picture: Instagram/ Kim Kardashian All these celebs love this swimwear brand
    (Picture: Instagram/ Kim Kardashian)

    Your fave celebs who always manage to look fab in whatever swimsuit they wear might all be going to the same place to get the stuff.

    Hunza G is the quiet London brand that’s being worn by major celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Alexa Chung, and Holly Willoughby.

    It’s also been coined this year’s must-have label by fashion bloggers Who What Wear. On a recent blog, they said: ‘The one-size-fits-all bikinis and swimsuits all come in a distinctive crinkle-stretch fabric, which is hugely flattering because it stretches to mould to your body.’

    Even the biggest fashion… Read the full story


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    (Picture: @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News)

    A transgender woman has spent over £110,000 to look like a plastic human doll.

    Ivana Vladislava, 26, was 11 when she began to present herself as a girl.

    Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over £110,000 on cosmetic procedures to turn herself into a living doll.

    Ivana underwent her first plastic surgery procedure at 17 years old, when she decided to have a nose job.


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Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYhattiegladwellmetroPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Pictured before) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Pictured in hospital ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Pictured in hospital after her nose job) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Pictured getting hairline lowering surgery) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Pictured after her breast augmentation in hospital) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYhattiegladwellmetroPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Pictured before) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Pictured in hospital ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Pictured in hospital after her nose job) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Pictured getting hairline lowering surgery) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Pictured after her breast augmentation in hospital) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPYPIC FROM @bimbo_doll_ivana / Caters News - (PICTURED: Ivana Vladislava, 26, from Berlin, Germany, who has spent over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. ) - A transgender woman has splashed out over 110,000 to look like a plastic human doll. Ivana Vladislava, 26, was originally born male but shortly after her 11th birthday she began taking female hormone tablets and dressed as a girl. Now, Ivana, from Berlin, Germany, has spent over 110,000 on cosmetic procedures to change her appearance from male to a female doll.SEE CATERS COPY

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

    Do you struggle to resist a 3pm sugar hit? Are you unable to say ‘no’ to wine? Are you sick of being weak-willed?

    If the answer’s yes, then fear not because a company wants to convince you that electrocuting yourself is a way to get thin.

    Yep, sort of like a cattle prod, someone’s come up with an aversion-therapy wearable gadget that promises to shock you into breaking your bad food habits (and your soul).

    Pavlok is kind of like a Fitbit and has come into existence thanks to a Crowdfunding campaign. You wear it like you would a watch; press it as soon as you feel… Read the full story


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    A hilarious video shows Natalie Fletcher, 22, struggling to remove some £5 veneers she’d bought from eBay.

    Natalie’s 25-year-old sister Sarah filmed her trying to get the veneers out of her mouth, which eventually snapped off but left the mould inside her mouth.

    Both sisters were laughing hysterically throughout the process as their mum watched in the background.

    Natalie, from Abergele, North Wales, wanted ‘secret veneers’ to have whiter teeth, but didn’t want to pay the £500 she thought it would cost.

    However, it seems £5 veneers probably weren’t a great… Read the full story


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    Maternity photos are a lovely thing to look back on.

    But one little boy or girl won’t just be looking back on their mum’s photos in the future – they’ll be looking back on their dad’s.

    After asking his wife to pose for some maternity photos, 29-year-old Christopher Urena decided to take matters into his own hands after she continuously dodged the topic.

    Giving up on snapping some lovely photos of his partner, Chris decided to pose in front of the camera himself.


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    ILLUSTRATION REQUEST: The kindness of strangers - XX people share their stories of the nicest random act of kindness they’ve encountered (Beth Smith)
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    While it may sometimes seem like there is a lot of negativity in the media, there are so many positive stories to be shared too.

    It’s often said that in a world where we can be anything, we should always strive to be kind.

    After all, kindness doesn’t have to cost a thing.

    Often, it’s the smallest and most unexpected gestures that can have the biggest impact and leave a lasting impression.

    I spoke with seven people who were touched… Read the full story


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    If your pup nibbles away at the grass in the park once in a while, you might not think twice.

    However, if they do it all the time, perhaps you’re wondering if your dog is going a bit crazy.

    But is there actually anything to worry about if your dog has a penchant for the green stuff?


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    You can get a free vegan tattoo in London this weekend Credit: SillySijie/scapegoat_tattoo/Instagram
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    If you really want a new tattoo but can’t afford it, then you might be in luck.

    A pop-up tattoo parlour is coming to Shoreditch in east London for one weekend only, and all the tattoos will be free.

    Silje Røe Hagland is a tattoo artist from Scapegoat Tattoo in Portland, USA. She’s got 15 years experience in the game, and she’ll be giving out free tattoos for one day only this Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 April.

    The tattoos will be done… Read the full story


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    There’s nothing quite like the running community to make you feel a part of something awesome.

    Running alone can make you realise just how awesome your body is; running as part of a community is truly life-affirming – you only have to watch the London Marathon to see that.

    And now there’s concrete data to prove it.

    A new university study of over 8,000 runners has found that 89% of them say that parkrun has made them happier and 83% were more motivated to exercise because of Strava and its community.

    Both communities have been found to have an overwhelmingly positive impact on mental health, with runners reporting as… Read the full story


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    Wine is a very popular alcoholic bevvy but what does it do to your waistline? (Picture: Getty)

    No sun-soaked afternoon is complete without a glass of wine – unless you’re teetotal, of course.

    And while we don’t get a great lot of vineyard-worthy weather in the UK, that doesn’t stop us knocking wine back like it’s an elixir of immortality.

    But in this increasingly health-obsessed society, the question of how good wine actually is for us (aside from the fact it’s alcohol) is coming up more and more.

    So how many calories are there in wine? Does it vary? And which kind of wine has the most calories in it?

    Read the full story

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    Enjoying rummaging through Tinder swipes like a desperate, hungry raccoon, ready to take anything that isn’t send a dick pic or wearing a backwards hat?

    If you haven’t been put off attempting to find love by such fun dating behaviours as stashing, shadowing, firedooring, and the ennui of obligaswiping, never fear, for there’s another dating trend here to make your search for a sex buddy even more maddening.

    Orbiting, termed by the good people over at ManRepeller, describes someone who watches all your Instagram stories after you’ve broken up.

    It’s not a… Read the full story


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