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  • Her Husband Is Having An Affair. The Infidelity Is Unspeakable. #ShortFilm

    This article Her Husband Is Having An Affair. The Infidelity Is Unspeakable. appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. They say pictures speak a thousand words. And the pictures are there, right in front of her. Speaking volumes of her husband’s infidelity. He’s having an affair, and who with? The little girl they adopted years ago. When they were a happily married couple. The adoption that had brought their family together is breaking it […] Watch awesome short films at, or download our free iPhone and Android app now!

  • 'Dear future people...' Mysterious note found by family

    BPM MEDIA The small piece of folded paper was addressed to "future people" and appears to have been written by a youngster called 'Eliot' who used to live in the Pangfield Park home in Allesley Park, Coventry. It was discovered by six-year-old Teddy who found the note in his bedroom at the house where he lives with twin sister Daisy and mum Emma Kendrick. The family has lived at the home ever since 2003 and Emma said she believed the author of the note was likely to now be in their 40s or 50s. She said she had contacted the previous occupants who had lived there for 15 years but they had no idea who had written thenote. The eight-line letter was hidden with a star-shaped magnet and read: "Dear q
  • Prince George's pyjamas greeting was 'slap in the face', jokes Barack Obama

    US President Barack Obama has joked that Prince George's dressing gown reception was a "slap in the face" as it hinted he is on the way out of office.

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  • Fed-Up Dad Takes Photos Of Blocked Driveway For TWO YEARS In Parking Battle

    A dad-of-three has spent the past two years taking photos of his blocked driveway to show his daily battle with residents in his quiet cul-de-sac.

    Yahoo News
  • Scary video shows dad saving kid slipping from roller coaster after seatbelt malfunctions

    A quick-thinking dad in Texas was able to prevent his son from slipping out of a roller coaster after his seatbelt malfunctioned. And he was able to hold his phone and film the whole thing. Delbert Latham and his family were enjoying a night out at Wonderland Amusement Park in Armarillo, Texas when he and his son Kaysen decided to ride a small roller coaster called the Mousetrap. SEE ALSO: This coaster built into a mountain in Canada is now on our bucket list Delbert, who shared a video of their experience to Facebook, said Kaysen's seatbelt came unhinged, and he had to hold onto the boy for the remainder of the ride to make sure he didn't slip out.  "Our seatbelt came apart on the Mousetrap

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  • 24 people bet on Leicester winning the Premier League at the start of the season — here's how much they could win

    If you bet £20 on Leicester City FC winning the Premier League at the start of the season, you could be getting £100,000 ($145,877) by Sunday, betting company Ladbrokes has confirmed. Ladbrokes told Business Insider that there were 47 bets on Leicester winning the league at the start of the season, each with odds at 5,000/1. Ladbrokes said it will pay out around £3 million overall if Leicester win the title.

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  • Widow finds secret love note from husband after his death in unexpected place 

    The note reads: "I love you Becca. Whatever day this is, I hope it's a good one. God truly answered my prayers the day he gave me you. “I know that these days are the best I'll ever have, and I'm glad you're in them. I'm not sure if you'll ever see this, but if you do, just know that I love you very much. “If there is one thing want in life, it is to be as good to you as you are to me. If I can do that, I'll be the happiest man alive. - I love you beautiful wife.” His son said he hoped his father’s message would live on, adding: “Thanks for the love guys. You don't have to send me anything. I only ask that you love one another so there can be peace. Leave the world better than you found it.” q
  • Colorado woman gets 100 years for cutting baby from womb

    BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — A judge on Friday sentenced a Colorado woman who cut a baby from a stranger's womb to 100 years in prison, including the maximum penalties for attempted murder and unlawful termination of a pregnancy.

    Associated Press
  • Lisa Riley talks to the Loose Women panel about shedding an amazing EIGHT stones

    The Loose Women panel admit they didn't even recognise Lisa Riley after her dramatic weight loss:

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  • Find Your Famous Neighbours on Our UK Map of the Stars

    If you're familiar with the notion of growing up in the middle of nowhere, you're probably familiar with a "fun" fact you feel the need to throw into the mix when explaining that very area to outsiders who are clueless of the location. Perhaps it may be "Christian Bale went to a school in my area, that's right, the American psycho himself" or "a young Andrew Garfield grew up on my street," giving the originally unknown place instant credibility. We want to give you a hand with that. So we've researched and plotted where some of our all-time-favourite stars grew up so that you have a go-to source for hometown bragging rights. Not only this, but it allows us to see the star-studded celebs as real

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  • Malia Obama Is Going to Harvard! Here’s What She Needs for Her First Year on Campus (9 photos)

    When we first met Malia Obama, she was an adorable tween, twirling around in age-appropriate dresses. Now, the 17-year-old is heading to Harvard — in the fall of 2017 — and we can’t help but get a little misty eyed at the thought. As the elder Obama daughter prepares to embark on the first leg of her young adult life, we would be remiss, as former college students ourselves, not to help a girl — and others heading to school — out and make sure they’re 100 percent prepared to head to campus in style. From comfy sweatpants to sturdy headphones (for all-nighters in the library), here are a few things we think Malia Obama and her freshman cohorts will need to get through her first year in college. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

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  • Sturridge reveals he is 'not Liverpool for life' and hopes to match Suarez success

    Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge says he would be dishonest to say he will always remain at Liverpool and wants to replicate Luis Suarez.

  • Mother Gives Birth On Hard Shoulder Of M42

    Baby Tommy was born on the hard shoulder of the M42 after a collision and a fuel spillage caused massive delays between Junction 7A and 7 on Saturday afternoon. The Central Motorway Police Group was called to help with the special delivery. Tommy's grandfather, Terry Kemp, has thanked officers who "came to the rescue" - and released a photo of his grandson sleeping soundly in hospital.

    Sky News
  • "Dad Is Gone:" What Happens To Children Born After The Sex Tourists Leave

    In 2014, Swiss photographers Stéphanie Borcard and Nicolas Métraux were in the Philippines documenting the stories of women trying to leave sex work when they learned about the children many call tisoy. Born to Filipina mothers, their fathers are foreigners, some of whom came to the Southeast Asian country as sex tourists and never returned again. "The children face bullying at school and have to grow up without a father. Some idealize their paternal figure and start posting YouTube videos to find their dads. But usually, they do not have enough reliable information about their fathers to get in touch or find them," Borcard and Métraux told Refinery29 by email. In the predominantly Catholic country,

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  • Kaley Cuoco Is Celebrating The End Of "Big Bang Theory" With A New 'Do

    Sometimes, as an actor, it can be easy to get caught up in the life and personality of the character you play (we can only assume, at least!). Think about it: You're embodying an entirely different person, often for long periods of time, so we're sure identity crises are prevalent. Well, one way actress Kaley Cuoco separates real-life Kaley from her character Penny on TheBig Bang Theory is by changing up her hair. "It's very important for me to change my look after wrapping each season :)," she captioned a new Instagram photo, which shows her getting long, blond extensions. "I love playing Penny, but it's good for me to bring it back to Kaley. 🙋🏼 Last year I chopped it all off — this year I'm

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  • EU threatens to take Britain to court over lorry tax

    The EU's leadership is threatening to take Britain to court over two road and rail policies, in a new headache for the Government ahead of the referendum on membership. The European Commission said that a toll introduced in 2014 by Patrick McLoughlin, the Transport Secretary designed to help British businesses by hitting foreign HGV drivers with levies is discriminatory against foreign drivers, and therefore in breach of EU law. In a second case, the EU said that Britain had failed to copy a directive opening up the railway markets to EU companies into law. The HGV levy was announced in 2014, and described by Mr McLoughlin as a "massive boost" to British hauliers under pressure from foreign rivals. q
  • If You Can Spot The Greggs’ Cheese And Onion Pasty In These Steak Bakes You Have A Problem

    There have been a lot of clever optical illusions recently but this one will possibly shame you if you get the answer right.

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  • Woman Has Sex For The First Time, Falls Into A Dreamland Adventure #ShortFilm

    This article Woman Has Sex For The First Time, Falls Into A Dreamland Adventure appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. It’s ironic that sex is still a taboo even though we live, eat and breathe in overly-sexualised media and pop culture. “What was your first time like?” is not a conversation you have in polite company. Maybe after a few drinks, and with close friends. ‘Sleep’ is a portrayal of a woman’s first sexual encounter. […] Watch awesome short films at, or download our free iPhone and Android app now!

  • 8 children, 2 tied up in backyard, rescued from Texas home

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A late-night phone call to police about a crying child led to the discovery of eight children unsupervised at a San Antonio home, including a 2-year-old boy chained in the backyard and a 3-year-old girl tied to a door with a dog leash, authorities said Friday.

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  • Donkeys Gather To Say A Final Farewell To Their Fallen Friend

    This is the heartwarming moment that a group of donkeys at a sanctuary in Holland gathered to remember the life of their fallen friend. Bram the donkey first arrived at the Donkey Farm Foundation almost two years ago - having spent the most part of his life suffering from serious neglect and loneliness. Sadly, Bram died earlier this year after suffering from a lung condition, and it was only a matter of time before the sanctuary’s donkeys turned out in their droves to say a final farewell to their buddy.