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

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    2017 was a year of reckoning, of awakening, and of resistance against sexual predators that plague the entertainment industry.

    But in the world of fashion, the struggle is far from over. It’s barely begun.

    In a recent interview with Numero magazine, fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld said he’s ‘fed up’ with the #MeToo movement and criticised models who complained about being groped.

    ‘A girl complained he tried to pull her pants down and he is instantly excommunicated from a profession that up until then had venerated him,’ Lagerfeld said of Interview Magazine’s Creative Director, Karl Templer, who stands accused of sexual assault.

    ‘It’s unbelievable. If you don’t want your pants pulled about, don’t become a model! Join a nunnery, there’ll always be a place for you in the convent. They’re recruiting.’

    The interview led to social media uproar with actresses such as Rose McGowan calling for a #ChanelBoycott and deeming his comments ‘disgusting’ and ‘misogynistic’.

    ‘Karl Lagerfeld is fed up with the #MeToo. Well, I’m fed up… Read the full story


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    Oh wow (Picture: Danielle Schweiger)

    A family has documented their dog’s incredible growth within six months.

    Bear is a six month old Akita, and while he was once a small little pup, he has very much grown into suiting his name.

    Danielle Schweiger and her husband welcomed Bear into their home when he was 10 weeks old, and they began a photography project where Danielle regularly had her picture taken holding the dog.

    They couldn’t believe how rapidly their new canine pal was growing. And growing. And growing.

    Here’s Bear looking super smol


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    (Picture: Gordon’s/Getty)

    Just recently we announced Tesco has started selling pornstar martinis in a can, perfect for anyone wanting to indulge on a Friday evening commute.

    And it seems they’re keeping up with the new canned alcoholic beverages, as the store has just started stocking little cans of Gordon’s Pink Gin.

    Pink gin is relatively new, and something people are loving snapping photos of and uploading to Instagram (as long as you have a pink theme, of course).


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    Caption: A bold mum shared a series of cringe-inducing online posts – including one of her wearing a ‘PUBIC WIG’

    We all hate going for our smear tests. 

    But they’re important. Because they help you to avoid dying.

    One brave woman, Corinne Surkitt, decided to do her bit to try and make women feel more comfortable attending their smear tests.

    Corinne decided to share a series of embarassing posts on Facebook, in an attempt to help women overcome their embarrassment.


    SEI_9405083SEI_9405083rebeccacnreidPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: ONE OF CORINNE SURKITT'S FEARLESS ONLINE POSTS TO ENCOURAGE WOMEN NOT TO BE EMBARRASSED ABOUT SMEAR TESTS) A bold mum shared a series of cringe-inducing online posts - including one of her wearing a 'PUBIC WIG' - in a bid to encourage women to get over their embarrassment about attending their smear tests. Corinne Surkitt, 40, posed with ham sandwiches, wore crocs to the doctor and photographed the duck-billed speculum in a series of hilarious posts to remind women to book their check-ups. The cheeky mum-of-one posed with a wig over her nether-regions and declared that unless the nurse needs 'hedge trimmers to gain entry', no one cares if you're waxed, shaved or natural. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: CORINNE SURKITT) A bold mum shared a series of cringe-inducing online posts - including one of her wearing a 'PUBIC WIG' - in a bid to encourage women to get over their embarrassment about attending their smear tests. Corinne Surkitt, 40, posed with ham sandwiches, wore crocs to the doctor and photographed the duck-billed speculum in a series of hilarious posts to remind women to book their check-ups. The cheeky mum-of-one posed with a wig over her nether-regions and declared that unless the nurse needs 'hedge trimmers to gain entry', no one cares if you're waxed, shaved or natural. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: ONE OF CORINNE SURKITT'S FEARLESS ONLINE POSTS TO ENCOURAGE WOMEN NOT TO BE EMBARRASSED ABOUT SMEAR TESTS) A bold mum shared a series of cringe-inducing online posts - including one of her wearing a 'PUBIC WIG' - in a bid to encourage women to get over their embarrassment about attending their smear tests. Corinne Surkitt, 40, posed with ham sandwiches, wore crocs to the doctor and photographed the duck-billed speculum in a series of hilarious posts to remind women to book their check-ups. The cheeky mum-of-one posed with a wig over her nether-regions and declared that unless the nurse needs 'hedge trimmers to gain entry', no one cares if you're waxed, shaved or natural. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYSEI_9405083SEI_9405083rebeccacnreidPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: ONE OF CORINNE SURKITT'S FEARLESS ONLINE POSTS TO ENCOURAGE WOMEN NOT TO BE EMBARRASSED ABOUT SMEAR TESTS) A bold mum shared a series of cringe-inducing online posts - including one of her wearing a 'PUBIC WIG' - in a bid to encourage women to get over their embarrassment about attending their smear tests. Corinne Surkitt, 40, posed with ham sandwiches, wore crocs to the doctor and photographed the duck-billed speculum in a series of hilarious posts to remind women to book their check-ups. The cheeky mum-of-one posed with a wig over her nether-regions and declared that unless the nurse needs 'hedge trimmers to gain entry', no one cares if you're waxed, shaved or natural. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: CORINNE SURKITT) A bold mum shared a series of cringe-inducing online posts - including one of her wearing a 'PUBIC WIG' - in a bid to encourage women to get over their embarrassment about attending their smear tests. Corinne Surkitt, 40, posed with ham sandwiches, wore crocs to the doctor and photographed the duck-billed speculum in a series of hilarious posts to remind women to book their check-ups. The cheeky mum-of-one posed with a wig over her nether-regions and declared that unless the nurse needs 'hedge trimmers to gain entry', no one cares if you're waxed, shaved or natural. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPYPIC FROM kennedynewsandmedia.co.uk (PICTURED: ONE OF CORINNE SURKITT'S FEARLESS ONLINE POSTS TO ENCOURAGE WOMEN NOT TO BE EMBARRASSED ABOUT SMEAR TESTS) A bold mum shared a series of cringe-inducing online posts - including one of her wearing a 'PUBIC WIG' - in a bid to encourage women to get over their embarrassment about attending their smear tests. Corinne Surkitt, 40, posed with ham sandwiches, wore crocs to the doctor and photographed the duck-billed speculum in a series of hilarious posts to remind women to book their check-ups. The cheeky mum-of-one posed with a wig over her nether-regions and declared that unless the nurse needs 'hedge trimmers to gain entry', no one cares if you're waxed, shaved or natural. SEE KENNEDY NEWS COPY

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    Picture: Adele Barbaro – The Real Mumma)

    Look, we get it.

    It can be a teensy bit annoying to see your coworker strolling out of the office midway through their shift while you have to sit there plodding onwards through computer-based drudgery.

    It can feel like popping out a child is a way to get a free pass, while us child-free people have to pick up the slack.

    But we could all do with being a little more understanding of the parents in our midst – and a post from parenting blogger Adele Barbaro perfectly explains why.

    ‘You know the new mum at work? (Insert eye roll) The one that is leaving early… Read the full story


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    A mother with an extremely rare condition that makes her smell like fish has finally found a cure after years of being humiliated by the odour.

    Teacher Connie Christy, 43, has trimethylaminuria, a genetic disorder which causes sufferers to omit a pungent scent that affects the breath, sweat and urine.

    The condition is caused by a mutation in the FM03 gene, which helps break down trimethylamine. Without it, the compound builds up, causing a fish-like odor.

    Growing up, classmates called her ‘Connie the Tuna’ but she had no idea she had the condition until the age of 19 when her parents sat her down and broke the news having spoken with… Read the full story


    Woman finds cure to battle her fish smellWoman finds cure to battle her fish smellhattiegladwellmetroConnie Christy, a mother with an extremely rare condition that makes her smell like fish has finally found relief after years of being humiliated by the odor. See SWNS story NYFISH; Teacher Connie Christy, 43, has trimethylaminuria, a genetic disorder which causes sufferers to omit a pungent scent that affects the breath, sweat and urine. Growing up, classmates called her 'Connie the Tuna' but she had no idea she had the condition until the age of 19 when her parents sat her down and broke the news. The mom-of-two says she will Woman finds cure to battle her fish smellWoman finds cure to battle her fish smellhattiegladwellmetroConnie Christy, a mother with an extremely rare condition that makes her smell like fish has finally found relief after years of being humiliated by the odor. See SWNS story NYFISH; Teacher Connie Christy, 43, has trimethylaminuria, a genetic disorder which causes sufferers to omit a pungent scent that affects the breath, sweat and urine. Growing up, classmates called her 'Connie the Tuna' but she had no idea she had the condition until the age of 19 when her parents sat her down and broke the news. The mom-of-two says she will "reek to high heaven" within 30 minutes of eating certain foods including fish and eggs because her body is unable to break them down. She cannot detect the smell herself so must rely on her husband Shane Christy, 44, sons Drake, 19 and Jace, 16, or friends to let her know if they notice. Despite showering daily, brushing her teeth and spraying perfume, Connie could was unable to mask the odor until she started taking probiotic tablets three years ago.Connie Christy, a mother with an extremely rare condition that makes her smell like fish has finally found relief after years of being humiliated by the odor. See SWNS story NYFISH; Teacher Connie Christy, 43, has trimethylaminuria, a genetic disorder which causes sufferers to omit a pungent scent that affects the breath, sweat and urine. Growing up, classmates called her 'Connie the Tuna' but she had no idea she had the condition until the age of 19 when her parents sat her down and broke the news. The mom-of-two says she will "reek to high heaven" within 30 minutes of eating certain foods including fish and eggs because her body is unable to break them down. She cannot detect the smell herself so must rely on her husband Shane Christy, 44, sons Drake, 19 and Jace, 16, or friends to let her know if they notice. Despite showering daily, brushing her teeth and spraying perfume, Connie could was unable to mask the odor until she started taking probiotic tablets three years ago.Connie Christy, a mother with an extremely rare condition that makes her smell like fish has finally found relief after years of being humiliated by the odor. See SWNS story NYFISH; Teacher Connie Christy, 43, has trimethylaminuria, a genetic disorder which causes sufferers to omit a pungent scent that affects the breath, sweat and urine. Growing up, classmates called her 'Connie the Tuna' but she had no idea she had the condition until the age of 19 when her parents sat her down and broke the news. The mom-of-two says she will "reek to high heaven" within 30 minutes of eating certain foods including fish and eggs because her body is unable to break them down. She cannot detect the smell herself so must rely on her husband Shane Christy, 44, sons Drake, 19 and Jace, 16, or friends to let her know if they notice. Despite showering daily, brushing her teeth and spraying perfume, Connie could was unable to mask the odor until she started taking probiotic tablets three years ago.Connie Christy, a mother with an extremely rare condition that makes her smell like fish has finally found relief after years of being humiliated by the odor. See SWNS story NYFISH; Teacher Connie Christy, 43, has trimethylaminuria, a genetic disorder which causes sufferers to omit a pungent scent that affects the breath, sweat and urine. Growing up, classmates called her 'Connie the Tuna' but she had no idea she had the condition until the age of 19 when her parents sat her down and broke the news. The mom-of-two says she will "reek to high heaven" within 30 minutes of eating certain foods including fish and eggs because her body is unable to break them down. She cannot detect the smell herself so must rely on her husband Shane Christy, 44, sons Drake, 19 and Jace, 16, or friends to let her know if they notice. Despite showering daily, brushing her teeth and spraying perfume, Connie could was unable to mask the odor until she started taking probiotic tablets three years ago.Connie Christy with husband Shane, a mother with an extremely rare condition that makes her smell like fish has finally found relief after years of being humiliated by the odor. See SWNS story NYFISH; Teacher Connie Christy, 43, has trimethylaminuria, a genetic disorder which causes sufferers to omit a pungent scent that affects the breath, sweat and urine. Growing up, classmates called her 'Connie the Tuna' but she had no idea she had the condition until the age of 19 when her parents sat her down and broke the news. The mom-of-two says she will "reek to high heaven" within 30 minutes of eating certain foods including fish and eggs because her body is unable to break them down. She cannot detect the smell herself so must rely on her husband Shane Christy, 44, sons Drake, 19 and Jace, 16, or friends to let her know if they notice. Despite showering daily, brushing her teeth and spraying perfume, Connie could was unable to mask the odor until she started taking probiotic tablets three years ago.

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    Proud parents Scott Page and Laura Webb with baby Jacob. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .
    (Picture: Scott Page / SWNS)

    A woman went into labour while on a romantic beach walk with her partner –… Read the full story


    SEI_9222568SEI_9222568hattiegladwellmetroProud parents Scott Page and Laura Webb with baby Jacob. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .Proud parents Scott Page and Laura Webb. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .Proud dad Scott Page with baby Jacob. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .Proud dad Scott Page no the beach where his wife went into labour unexpectedly. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .Proud mum Laura Webb with baby Jacob. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .Baby Jacob. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .SEI_9222568SEI_9222568hattiegladwellmetroProud parents Scott Page and Laura Webb with baby Jacob. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .Proud parents Scott Page and Laura Webb. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .Proud dad Scott Page with baby Jacob. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .Proud dad Scott Page no the beach where his wife went into labour unexpectedly. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .Proud mum Laura Webb with baby Jacob. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .Baby Jacob. See SWNS story SWBABY: A woman on a romantic beach walk went into labour - despite not knowing she was pregnant. Laura Webb, 31, and partner Scott Page, 35, were enjoyed a stroll along their favourite stretch of sand - completely unaware she had a baby on the way. She began to complain of painful stomach cramps - not realising she had actually gone into labour. Concerned Scott rushed his partner to A&E on Sunday night after they got home .

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    Scottish couple travel 4,000 miles to adopt second Battersea dog
    ‘Hello, is it Mouse you’re looking for?’ (Picture: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home)

    A couple from Scotland travelled over 400 miles to adopt a rescue dog from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in London.

    Michelle and Brad George made the five hour train journey from their home in Inverkeithing, Scotland, to go and pick up Mouse, their new 10-month-old fur baby.

    Little Mouse was in need of a forever home after having a shaky start to life. She was taken into Battersea last December as a stray, with deformed legs and severely underweight.

    The veterinary team spent five months treating her and nursing her back to health,… Read the full story


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    Napa Valley Wine Train has just added a Tequila Train to its station, and we’re so ready to pack our bags and set off for a three-hour trip around some stunning sights.

    For those who don’t know, the Wine Train is is a 36-mile round-trip around the Napa Valley, which stops at celebrated wineries along the way.

    It includes onboard cuisine, the chance to explore the historic 150-year-old rail corridor and a chance to try lots of different wines.

    Now, the company is going to be celebrating Cinco de Mayo – an annual celebration held on 5 May to commemorate the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over the French… Read the full story


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    Woman's hand placing a coin into a piggy bank
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    A few weeks ago, while browsing for a present, I stumbled upon an item so ugly that I was struck temporarily dumb. 

    It was a piggy bank with the words ‘Mummy’s Gin Fund’ painted on the back. A small part of me wanted to buy it just so I could take a hammer to it.

    I realise that this isn’t a popular opinion, but I absolutely hate – I’m talking fire of a thousand suns here – homeware with writing on it.

    Signs that say ‘live, laugh, love’ or pieces of wood painted with a set of cutsey ‘house rules’ about ‘being… Read the full story


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    Porn addiction affects more than just the addict (Picture: Liberty Antonia Sadler for Metro.co.uk)

    Pornography, for many, is something used recreationally.

    But for some, it can have the most devastating grip over their lives.

    According to experts, when pornography is used, it creates a high of dopamine in the brain. It’s the highly addictive chemical that’s responsible for pleasure.

    Paula Hall, a sex addict therapist and expert, told Metro.co.uk that it’s the novelty of pornography that makes it highly addictive to some users, to the point where some isolate themselves away from their partners.

    She said: ‘Dopamine thrives on… Read the full story


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    If you have never been to Newcastle, you might be surprised to know that they are so many attractions and fun things to do.

    Attention The Hills fans Audrina is back with Ryan Cabrera and its 2009 all over againThe Hills' Audrina Patridge is 'dating' ex Ryan Cabrera and it's officially 2010 again

    Spend a weekend here to discover this how this party city is also now a cultural hub with a diverse and thriving culinary scene.

    This summer, Newcastle will be hosting the Great Exhibition of the North,… Read the full story


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    Play Mario Kart they said, it’ll be fun they said. Lies.

    Kanye West trolls us all with new song about pooper scoopers

    Mario Kart is an epic game, and we all have memories of playing it on various Nintendo consoles as we were growing up.

    But one does not simply have fun when playing Mario Kart. Instead, one is pitted against loved ones, engages in dirty tactics and often ends up getting into arguments that result in life long feuds.

    After all, there’s nothing like a lightning strike from your favourite sibling or someone enthusiastically suggesting… Read the full story


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    The FAQs of breaking your penis picture; Getty
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    We’ve all had that one trip to the hospital.

    You know, the one that we have to explain.

    It can be a car accident, a bone fracture, maybe you punched Justin Bieber at da club, or you drank too much and somehow woke up there.

    Whatever it is, it’s a unique experience that makes us reflect on life. Lying in that weird adjustable bed with guard rails and a bag of fluid (probably just water?) dripping into your arm.

    I recently had such an experience that left me immobile from the waist down and, furthermore, unsure what it meant for my future. Fortunately, I… Read the full story


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    You can’t really rush it (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    After the initial rush of excitement at the first contraction, or your waters breaking, labour soon settles down into a rather boring period of waiting for most expectant parents.

    Yes, the time from those early symptoms that indicate baby is on the way to the actual delivery can stretch into hours, days sometimes.

    An endless amount of time punctuated with a contraction or a lovely examination of your cervix.

    You can’t really rush it, so while you’re waiting for the main event what can you do to take your mind off things?

    1. Food and drink 

    Make the most… Read the full story


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    Women explain why they’re not into it (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    Don’t feel silly if you thought there were only two holes or you couldn’t get pregnant if you had sex outside.

    You’re not alone in believing some stuff about sex that isn’t entirely (or at all) accurate.

    Who can blame us? Our sex education is often not as detailed as we’d like, so we learn a lot of stuff about sex from friends making up stuff to sound worldly and cool.

    I’ll never forget when the one girl in my friendship group who’d had sex told us all that when you have sex for the first time, the penis punctures… Read the full story


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    Do people remember cassettes? (Picture: Getty)

    I recently tried to explain what a cassette tape was to my children.

    ‘It’s a sort of small plastic box with brown tape inside and you put it in a bigger box thing called a tape player and it makes the music.’

    ‘How?’ asked my five-year-old.

    14 totally reasonable grounds for divorce (probably)

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    IF YOU BOOK this stunning multi-level treehouse in Somerset from as little as ??70 per person, per night then you would be barking up the RIGHT tree. The curved capsules of Cheriton Treehouse twine around a mature oak tree in the beautiful Blackmore Vale, in what is an incredible feat of craftsmanship. Images from the exterior show off the beautiful design of this one of a kind property, the first of its kind in the UK. Photos from the interior prove that the inside of the property delivers the kind of luxury that the outside promises. canopyandstars.co.uk / mediadrumworld.com
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    If you live in an urban area, it’s likely you’ve been awoken by a screaming fox at some point.

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