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Bride fuming as mother-in-law shows ‘wedding dress’ she wants to wear on son’s big day
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Bride fuming as mother-in-law shows ‘wedding dress’ she wants to wear on son’s big day

A bride-to-be has shared her frustration after her mother-in-law decided she was going to get a dress the same colour as hers for the wedding. There are two things you don't do at a wedding - crash it or attempt to upstage the bride by wearing white. But clearly, one woman didn't get the message as a bride-to-be has taken to Reddit to vent her fury over the dress her mother-in-law wants to wear to the wedding. The unnamed bride has said she's wearing a dress that combines shades of ivory, blush and white to get married in and as such, she sent her mother-in-law these colours to avoid wearing on the big day - and a few suggestions for colours that would compliment her complexion instead. However, it seems the other woman didn't take kindly to this and ha...
Masturbating: Addicted man pleads for help
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Masturbating: Addicted man pleads for help

A 25-year-old man, who claims to have been masturbating for 11 years now, wants to quit the act. The young man, who made a passionate appeal on Adom FM’s morning show Dwaso Nsem Tuesday, said while in Senior High School he sought help from a friend he believed could help him stop the act but was wrong as his friend rather convinced him to become his gay partner. “I was in school one time and confided in a friend that I masturbate and wanted to stop. But to my surprise my friend told me to become his gay partner so we could have anal sex,” he said. “He insisted and just as I was about to accept his proposal, another friend advised me not to engage in the act with him,” he added. Although not accepting to be his friend’s gay partner, he could not stop masturbating....
Snake catcher narrowly escapes bite from Cobra
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Snake catcher narrowly escapes bite from Cobra

A reptile expert had a narrow escape from a king cobra – the world’s longest venomous snake – while trying to capture it. Footage shared by news agency ANI on Twitter showed two snake catchers near a water body, trying to capture the huge serpent. One of the snake catchers managed to get hold of the king cobra’s tail. However, the aggressive snake struck back in an attack so surprising that the other snake catcher lost his balance and fell. The two snake catchers were then seen scrambling to capture the king cobra before it could bite.   Source: ndtv.com
This Is Exactly Why You Get Turned on When You Workout
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This Is Exactly Why You Get Turned on When You Workout

If you've ever felt yourself get "in the mood" while exercising, it's nothing to be ashamed of—because it's likely due to biology more than it is your ego about how good you look while doing arm curls in front of a mirror. "Workout, especially lower-body ones, cause the body to secrete hormones like testosterone," personal trainer Nick Liguori told Well+Good recently. "This increases the blood flow to your reproductive organs, which ignites your libido." However, a rush of testosterone is more of a factor of increased arousal during exercise in men than it is in women. Though that doesn't mean women aren't also getting turned on when they break a sweat, it's just more likely caused by something else. A 2008 study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, f...
How to actually cut sugar out of your diet
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How to actually cut sugar out of your diet

Sugar has long been tied to weight gain, depression, and increased risk of a plethora of diseases, and every health professional in the world would suggest reducing your intake. But it's not as easy as it sounds, and there are various sugary and deceptive "healthy" foods designed to keep you hooked. While it might sound near impossible to completely cut out sugar for the rest of your life, just cutting it out temporarily can do wonders to kick harmful habits and to help you form a healthier relationship with sweets in the long run. But many lose hope after trying the celebrity-recommended challenges, relapsing again and again. The key, however, is in the strategy. Click through to see effective tips on how to make a positive change in your diet.
5 Personal Hygiene Mistakes You Might Be Making
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5 Personal Hygiene Mistakes You Might Be Making

Poor hygiene can not only increase the risk of sickness but also affect our social and professional life. But even the best of us are bound to make a few errors when trying to keep up with cleanliness. Here are five common mistakes you should avoid: 1. Wearing shoes without socks Wearing shoes without socks to bare the ankles does have a downside.  "On average your feet will sweat half a pint a day; that's a lot to be pouring out straight into your shoe without it being absorbed by a sock," said Emma Stevenson from the College of Podiatry, England. Apart from smelly feet, people are also prone to developing blisters and fungal infections. So rather than going sockless, consider investing in a few pairs of invisible socks. Stevenson also recommende...
Gents: Here are 4 powerful sex exercises for you
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Gents: Here are 4 powerful sex exercises for you

Being physically fit may not only make you feel more confident in the bedroom but could also help you perform better and get more enjoyment from sex. Working out three to four times a week can do a lot to help your sexual technique, flexibility, and endurance. To that end, here are a few excellent exercises to help improve your love life. Swimming Since sexual activity can be an act of endurance, long-distance swimming can keep you going. about:blank Swimming for at least 30 minutes three times a week will increase sexual endurance. Kegels Doing Kegels is considered a good sex exercise for men because these exercises can help endurance and control by toning the pubococcygeus (PC) muscles — the ones that let you stop the flow of urine mid-stream. Men can use Kegels to ...
8 signs it’s time to end a relationship
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8 signs it’s time to end a relationship

Breakups are notoriously difficult, with researchers saying they can be comparable to overcoming an addiction or mourning a death, but knowing when to pull the plug can be a whole challenge in and of itself. Regardless of whether you’ve been with someone for a few years or a few months, it’s always tricky trying to figure out when to cut ties with a romantic partner. What if you regret it? What if they react terribly? And how can you differentiate between needing to go on a break and needing to break up altogether? Ending a relationship gets particularly complex when there are other people involved, too, like children, or mutual friends. But if you find yourself feeling increasingly bored and frustrated, or perhaps you’ve realised you’re actually not as compatible with your par...
Exercise Health Benefits That Will Surprise You
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Exercise Health Benefits That Will Surprise You

Whether it is an endurance, strength, balance or flexibility workout, exercise is certainly one of the best things that we can do to stay healthy, active and fit.  However, when we think of exercise, it understandably comes to mind healthy weight loss, getting or maintaining your desired physique and being able to do physical activities, but did you know that it has benefits that takes you beyond losing unwanted pounds? Aside from helping you shed weight and/or maintain your form, physical exercise has other, lesser known health benefits that will surprise you: Improves Immune System  Exercise brings beneficial effects to your immune system. Moderate daily exercises not only result in fewer and less severe colds, but leave you with 50 percent less sick days than ...
Why do some people never gain weight?
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Why do some people never gain weight?

It's one of life's great injustices: Some people must carefully pay attention to everything they put in their mouths in order to maintain their weight, while others can eat doughnuts to their heart's content and achieve the same result. So what's the secret? How do some people manage to never gain weight? There isn't one simple answer to this question, said Kathleen Melanson, a professor of nutrition and food sciences at the University of Rhode Island. "There's genetic, nutritional, and even behavioral factors involved," Melanson told Live Science, "and the extent to which each of those factors come into play in any given individual is going to vary." One of the most important factors has nothing to do with body type, metabolism, or performing a spell during the full moon: It's perc...
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