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

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    Running can help your mental health – and a running group can keep you motivated (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    The strange thing about running is that unlike Nike I never actually want to ‘just do it’, even though I know it is one of the main things that keeps me mentally fit.

    My levels of procrastination before I run can be legendary.

    Male mental health: I lost my dad to suicide at 17, and then experienced depression myself

    When I finally make it out the door I am already telling myself that I will turn around… Read the full story


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    (Picture: sierraalexiss_/Twitter)

    When you’re getting a tattoo, it’s important that you manage to convey your ideas properly to the artist.

    After all, it’s your body – you’ve got to like that tattoo potentially for the rest of your life.

    But what happens if you’re absolutely rubbish at art?

    In that case, you might want to pop along to see the CEO of Sadistik Ink.

    Because he managed to turn what was essentially a kid’s doodle into a magnificent tatt design.

    Sierra Alexis had a vision in her head of what she wanted her tattoo to look like but struggled to put it on paper. She scribbled what she could and took it along to the tattoo… Read the full story


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    Hello, is it my mouth you’re looking for? (Picture: yokaiexpress/Instagram)

    An American man was so frustrated at not being able to get ramen in the middle of the night that he developed his own ramen vending machine.

    Ramen vending machines are commonplace in Asia but sadly not elsewhere in the world, although US engineer Andy Lin is hoping to change that.

    He spent three years working on four prototypes before he settled on the final version of Yo-Kai Express, a vending machine that dispenses hot bowls of ramen.

    The first machine was installed at Metreon, a retail and cinema complex in San Francisco.

    So, how does it work?

    According to Tasting Table,… Read the full story


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    Watersports: it can include a myriad of activities (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    Contrary to popular belief, ‘watersports’ isn’t just about the art of peeing on someone.

    I say ‘art’ because I’m a girl and, therefore, cannot aim.

    In fact, the term ‘watersports’ can mean a myriad of activities from the humble golden shower to various ways of imbibing one’s own – or other people’s – pee for pleasure.

    As we’ve covered before, watersports isn’t weird.

    It’s all good, clean, healthy fun (although, beware of playing if you have an infection in the area).

    However, it’s taboo nature did make it a popular choice for clients who came to see me as a… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Run Bacchus)

    Preparing for a marathon is a hard slog that often involves a drinking ban.

    But not, of course, if you’re planning to run a wine marathon.

    Run Bacchus is a celebration of running and wine which will see participants running or/and walking a marathon, half marathon or five-mile course through a wine estate.

    It’s basically the British version of the Marathon du Medoc, a French event where runners get to sample glasses of English wine at various stages of the race course.

    There’ll be 12 wine and food stations all along the 26.2-mile course, and six for the half marathon. Yep, that’s 12 small glasses of wine per runner (if you’re still running… Read the full story


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    Storybook Cosmetics has just launched a monthly, subscription-based book club.

    Every month, the subscription box will be based on a different classic novel, with this month’s focusing on Little Women by Louisa May Alcott.

    Those subscribed to the Storybook Book Club will receive a limited, collectors edition mini Storybook Palette featuring a full-size liquid lipstick or lip gloss and three full-sized eyes shadows – with the colours of each product changing depending on what novel you’re sent that month.


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    Glossier Lash Slick mascara
    Get in my makeup bag (Picture: Glossier)

    Cult beauty bae Glossier has just launched a brand new mascara, which they’ve dubbed ‘the perfect everyday mascara’.

    Lash Slick took 248 formulations to make, and is designed to make your lashes look like a better version of what you already have, with a natural look as if they’re all your own.

    The product lifts, curls and sculpts your lashes, coating them in tiny lash fibres to give them life and extension.

    It’s basically lash extensions without the faff, cost and irritation.

    Let’s take a look, shall we?


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    Illo request: Feminism needs to cater to Muslim women, not the other way around
    (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    Feminism needs to include: women of colour, Muslim women, disabled women, sex workers, trans women, gay women, queer women, fat women, skinny women.

    It needs to cater to all women.

    The fact that the term ‘intersectional feminism’ exists proves that the general movement is often exclusive and largely white.

    Mainstream, western feminism isn’t always intersectional. There are feminists who often don’t realise or can’t relate to the fact that for women of colour, of different faiths, abilities, it’s not just gender that they’re discriminated on.


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    A pet cat went missing for months…only to be finally found 160 miles away.

    Sky, the pedigree Persian Blue, is now back home in Leicestershire after she was found wandering about homeless on the streets in Marske in Teesside.

    A woman took her in for three weeks before posting a message on social media asking if anyone wanted her.

    Volunteers from the Cat and Kitten Rescue group in Teesside saw the posts then claimed Sky in a bid to return her to her rightful owner.

    They checked to see whether Sky was microchipped – and luckily she was.


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    Geordie is the term given to people from the greatest city on earth, Newcastle upon Tyne

    We all know people from Newcastle are called Geordies, but where did the name come from and who can claim to truly be a Geordie?

    Apart from speaking in a distinctive accent, is it someone born around the banks of the River Tyne or the North East in general?

    As a native, I was always told from a youngin that the term derived from the time of the Jacobite rebellion back in the eighteenth century.


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    ****ILLUSTRATION REQUEST***** A definitive ranking of masturbation clean-up techniques
    Hosiery is a classic option (Picture: Dave Anderson for Metro.co.uk)

    Masturbating is amazing – it’s free, hurts nobody, and takes five minutes 

    Plus at the end you get to literally orgasm.

    I wore this male chastity device for a fortnight so you don’t have to

    But alas, it is by no means a tidy affair.

    Indeed, it gets pretty ropey fast.

    And since the dawn of civilisation – when primitive man completed that first historic tug in the dim recesses of his cave – the burning question of how to dispose of excess seed has never satisfactorily… Read the full story


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    Would your feet like these, Susan? Would they? WOULD THEY? (Picture: Disney Store & Primark Pick Ups/Facebook, Bang on the Door)

    Get the lifeboats ready ‘cos you’re about to get hit with a serious flood of nostalgia.

    Fast fashion giant Primark is selling Groovy Chick socks.

    Yes, that Groovy Chick.

    The Bang on the Door character who may or may not have been all over your 00s teen bedspread/pencil case/bedroom door hanger.

    The girl with the outfit we all coveted is back in the form of these socks and we couldn’t be happier.

    A member of the Disney Store & Primark Pick Ups Facebook group posted them recently, announcing the good news with the caption:… Read the full story


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    Is it worth the extra effort? (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    Conditioner is a pretty important part of most people’s hair care routine – but is it a necessary step?

    If you were to ditch it, would you be left with dry, dull hair or would you not even notice a difference?

    At least there would be a bit more room on your bathroom shelf and a bit more cash in your pocket.

    Hair expert Laura Haystaff, director of The Topiary, has the answers and it seems conditioner is not just a ploy by hair companies to make us spend more.

    Dating after divorce: How to… <a href=Read the full story

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    Mark in hospital (Collect/PA Real Life)
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    Mark Colwell is preparing to compete at the Bloodwise Blenheim Palace triathlon next month.

    He’ll be swimming 750m in open water before cycling 19.8km and running 5.4km.

    And if that doesn’t sound hard enough, he’s doing so after recovering from breaking almost every bone in his body.

    Mark was cycling from his home in Wedges Mills, Staffordshire, to his job as a senior engineer 20 miles away when he was hit from behind by a car…and was then struck by a second vehicle who ran over his head.

    He was saved only by his helmet and rucksack which was stuffed with work clothes;… Read the full story


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    Strongbow Dark Fruit Slushes Are A Real Thing Perfect For Summer
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    Forget strawberry and lime Rekorderlig, because Strongbow slushies exist and they sound amazing.

    A pub in Chester-le-Street has just started selling Strongbow Dark Fruit slushies.

    The Black Horse Inn has been sharing photos of the original iced drinks to its Facebook page, and customers have been going wild for them.

    The slushies are dark pink in colour, and come in a long Strongbow glass, and are garnished with frozen summer berries and a straw.


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    This bungalow with a 900 foot model railway in the back garden is on the market for ??220,000. See SWNS story SWRAIL; The giant train set includes a waterfall and a suspension bridge, ten railway engines and 50 items of assorted stock. Four trains can run on the track at the same time, with 32 sets of points. There are four loops on the 900 foot track.
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    A bungalow with a 900-foot model railway in the back garden has gone on the market for £220,000.

    The giant train set includes a waterfall and a suspension bridge, ten railway engines and 50 items of assorted stock.

    Four… Read the full story


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    An elderly priest who was left homeless after splitting from his male model husband says the pair are about to rekindle their romance again.

    Retired Sandwich priest Philip Clements, 79, wed Florin Marin, 24, at a low key ceremony in Ramsgate, Kent, to make a stance against Church of England rules that bar clergymen from same-sex marriage.

    The pair split just five months into their marriage, which left Philip penniless after he sold his £214,000 Eastry home to buy his younger lover a flat in his native Romania.

    Despite the rocky start, the pair has decided to give things another go, with Philip saying he will write… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

    Venus Williams, seven-time grand slam winner, has said that she doesn’t identify with the term ‘feminist’.

    She’s said that she ‘doesn’t like labels’, but that women today have more opportunities and power than ever before – and that she’s grateful for that translating into the sporting world.

    ‘We truly don’t know how powerful we are. There’s nothing like a powerful woman walking into a room; her presence is like nothing else,’ she tells Elle.

    ‘There are so many emerging forces; there’s been so much growth for women in sports. It’s very exciting.’

    She says that when it comes to equality and women’s rights, that was a conversation that she’s never been party to.

    ‘There… Read the full story


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    Harry and Meghan the abandoned royal cats
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    If you look ‘scraping the barrel’ up in the dictionary you’ll find the phrase ‘most Royal wedding press releases’.

    It’s remarkable how people have found the ability to link almost anything they’re trying to peddle to the upcoming nuptials.

    Prosecco? How about Royal Wedding prosecco? A box of cakes? Make that the exact same box of cakes but with a Union Jack on the box. A recipe for vegan pumpkin muffins? How about ‘a recipe for vegan pumpkin muffins you can eat during the Royal Wedding’?

    However, this one? This one we’ll allow. Because it features kittens.

    Mayhew animal welfare charity were royally shocked when… Read the full story


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    Doughnut Time
    The Baileys Almande x Doughnut Time vegan doughnut (Picture: Doughnut Time)

    If you were sad that you missed out on Dough Society’s limited edition Baileys Almande cheesecake doughnuts back in March, then you’re in luck.

    Another doughnut purveyor has taken the reigns this time and it’s none other than Doughnut Time.

    The dough monsters have cooked up a real treat in the form of a vegan doughnut with a Baileys Almande glaze, topped with delicate freeze-dried raspberries and nuts.

    The doughnut costs £4.50 and is available for one week only at Doughnut Time’s London locations in Old Street and Shaftesbury Avenue.

    How to get your hands on… Read the full story


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