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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!

  • 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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  • Britain's property market is going to implode as housing nears peak affordability

    Property prices in Britain may be surging due to a horrendous imbalance of supply and demand — but the market is poised to implode. In London, households spend 28% of their income on housing. Only the rich are not feeling the pressure of rising house prices.

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  • Why you shouldn't keep your wallet in your back pocket

    If your wallet is jam-packed with old receipts, coupons - maybe even a bit of money - it might be time to invest in either a man-bag, a handbag or a sturdy rucksack. The reason being, keeping your wallet in your back pocket is putting you at risk . Speaking to the Huffington Post , New York City-based chiropractor Dr Arnie Angrist warns keeping a "fat wallet" in your back pocket is doing your back, hips, neck, pelvis and even your bottom potentially a lot of harm. A professor of clinical sciences at University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic, Dr Chris Good also spoke to the news site and bore more bad news.

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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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  • Muslim favourite to run London after racially charged campaign

    Sadiq Khan, a Muslim lawmaker from Britain's opposition Labour Party, is the strong favourite to win London's mayoral election on Thursday after a bitter contest marked by religious tensions and accusations of racism. Polls show Khan, the son of a bus driver, is as much as 20 percentage points ahead of rival Conservative Zac Goldsmith in the race to run one of the world's top financial centres. If he wins, he will succeed current Conservative mayor Boris Johnson to become the first Muslim to head a major western capital.

    Reuters - UK Focus
  • 15 Lazy Weight Loss Tricks That'll Help You Drop Pounds Without Even Trying (15 photos)

    You don't need to spend hours at the gym—science says so.​​ From Redbook

  • Ibiza to impose tax on tourists from July 2016

    The new levy, which will also apply to the rest of the Balearic Islands, will go towards protecting natural resources. Spain's Balearic Islands are imposing a new "Sustainable Tourism Tax" on all visitors over 16, starting July 1st. The largest islands in the Mediterranean archipelago are Ibiza, Menorca and the Balearic capital, Mallorca. Two factors will determine the rate of tax: the length of the visit and the type of accommodation. According to The Independent, the latter will range from 50 cents per person per night for hostels and campsites, to €2 for more upmarket hotels and apartments. If you stay longer than eight nights, the tax will be halved. The same applies for visits out of season,

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  • No, a plane's toilet doesn't empty into the sky and onto your head

    The plane toilet is a mysterious contraption. Unlike its grounded cousins, it is far louder when it flushes, complete with a giant woosh of air that will freak out the uninitiated. SEE ALSO: Unmanned experimental plane lands vertically without a runaway If you've ever been curious as to how plane toilets actually function in the air, the cheery engineers in "The Pee Lab" (seriously) over at Air New Zealand have put together a behind-the-scenes video explainer.  You'll find out that planes don't go releasing toilet waste in the sky and onto people's heads, and that a single toilet costs US$17,000.  That's likely the most expensive receptacle you'll ever have the pleasure of doing your business

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

    Gary Setterfield says he has to put up with cars parked outside his house every day blocking him from pulling out of his own drive. The problems began in 2012 when the housing association built a series of awkwardly-arranged drives in an attempt to stop people parking wherever they wanted down the road in Withington, Manchester.

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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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  • Whitey Bulger's girlfriend gets 21 more months in prison

    BOSTON (AP) — The longtime girlfriend of Boston gangster James "Whitey" Bulger was sentenced Thursday to an additional 21 months in prison by a judge who said she had shown a "twisted" sense of loyalty to Bulger by refusing to testify about whether other people helped him while he was a fugitive.

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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!

  • Star Wars: Episode VIII director says they're 'halfway through' and posts pictures from the set

    Daisy Ridley and John Boyega are reviving their Star Wars: Episode VII portrayals of Rey and Finn respectively for Episode VIII.

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  • Sturridge rounds on critics, plays down Klopp rift

    Daniel Sturridge believes questions over his commitment are "disrespectful" and denies having a personality clash with Jurgen Klopp.

  • 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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  • "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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  • 4 female University of Georgia students killed in car crash

    ATLANTA (AP) — University of Georgia students and employees are devastated at the loss of four female students killed in a horrific, high-speed car crash that left another student critically injured, the school's president said at a somber Thursday briefing.

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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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