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Orlando Bloom our hero after taking a swing at Justin Bieber
Ok, he has been under the radar after this past week. This Lord of The Rings hunk came to our attention not only because he broke it off with his ever sexy ex - wife and baby mama Miranda Kerr BUT because he took a swing at the ever so troubled Justin Bieber. Sad thing is that he missed. We all know Justin needs a bit of discipline. Who either than Orlando Bloom to punch him in the right direction. Here are some funny reactions from people after that alteration.
 
 
1. BGD @BlackGirlDanger

I know everybody loves Orlando Bloom now because he took a swing at Bieber, but I kinda hate him now because he missed.
 
2.  In the Kan @InTheKan

When you take a swing at someone and their bodyguards intervene... #OrlandoBloom #OrlandoVSJustin
 
3. Jimmy Fallon:
 
 
 
4. Orlando himself :
 
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If you not having a laugh right now....hmmm
Dressed up peaches?
Businessman decided to dress fruits in miniature underwear after spotting the similarities between peaches and women's derriere.
 
 
He said: "They're sweet, tasty, sexy, and funny."

Mr Yan enlisted the services of a lingerie firm to create the miniature pants and his fruit pickers then dress each peach by hand.

"The people who supply our pants make lingerie for some of the most exclusive designer labels in the world," he said.

"There's nothing tacky about them at all," said Yao.

"Some of them are black and lacy, some are thongs. We cover all tastes and we can do special commissions too.

"We had one special client who wanted all nine peaches wearing leather knickers with studs and chains.

"There's nothing we'd be too embarrassed to handle," he added.

 
 
My Opinion: Yea fair enough food is supposed to be enticing, but this is taking it a step too far. Only in China. 
 
Jennifer Lopez has water mite named after her by grateful biologists 'united by her music'
Litarachna lopezae is the bug's name thanks to scientists working 230ft deep in treacherous waters off the coast of Puerto Rico

 
 
Sexy singer Jennifer Lopez, world famous for her looks and talent, has a new claim to fame... a bug has been named after her.

Scientists working 230ft deep in treacherous waters off the coast of Puerto Rico - where the Bronx-born singer's parents come from - came across a new species of water mite.

Because they had been listening to J-Lo's music while they worked, they all agreed the mite would be named Litarachna lopezae in her honour.

One of the biologists, Vladimir Pesic, from the University of Montenegro, said he and the other scientists had argued passionately about the World Cup - but not about the music they listened to.

"The reason behind the unusual choice of name for the new species is simple: J-Lo's songs and videos kept the team in a continuous good mood when writing the manuscript and watching World Cup Soccer 2014," he said.
 
"As European, I supported Germany, but the whole team was united with J-Lo songs," he wrote.

The mite was found on a coral reef in Mona Passage, a body of water separating Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.

He said naming it after J-Lo was a 'small token of gratitude' for the singer of hits such as Ain't It Funny, I Luh Ya Papi and his personal favourite, All I Have.

She is not the only celebrity to have organisms named after her. Mick Jagger has a type of trilobite named after him, a spider was named after U2's Bono and a marine parasite found only in the Caribbean sea was named after Bob Marley.

Doing a bit of good for 67minutes - Mandela Day. What did you do?
Me and Martin Van Der Merwe, Natasja Jacobs and Enriko Klopper went out to the Bloemfontein SPCA to go lend a helping hand and share some love for Mandela Day.
 
 
This is my friend Shorty...It was love at first sight...
 
 
And the kiss to seal the deal...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Middle-aged man gets bizarre haircut to try and woo woman 31 years younger than him.
Wu Lei, 54, wanted to try and look like someone in their 20s or 30s to try and gain the affections of a 23-year-old woman.

 
Wu, who is still single despite the expensive hairdo, said: "I can't understand it. I make an attractive monthly income of 70,000 Taiwanese Dollars (£1,400).

"I adopted this hairstyle because I wanted to look like a guy in his 20s or 30s to attract the girl who rejected me. Or in fact any girl."

Styling his hair was not an easy task. He reportedly needs to use up two cans of gel and spends two hours doing his hair. He can also only comb it once every 15 days to get rid of dead hair.

But the hairdo and the media coverage has made Wu a hit on the streets, with people pointing out Blockhead to their kids and taking snaps of him.

The famous local comic artist Cherng Li even featured Wu in one of his stories after seeing him on the metro, saying "I could not get his figure out of my mind, so I had to put it onto paper."

 
'First Kiss' captures tender moments between 20 strangers
 
Filmmaker Tatia Pilieva asked 20 strangers to kiss for the first time. Her three-minute short shows what happened next.
 
8 Things We All Worry About That Don’t Actually Matter At All
 
It can be so hard to see the world outside of our own lives.

We so often spend days, weeks and months f*cking around while the big beautiful world is outside waiting for us. Everyone does it. We get so wrapped up in our own boring routines and patterns that it becomes hard for us to break out of the cycle.

For me, it has been a struggle to find balance between productivity and worry. Millennials are on a constant fast-paced track to careers, travel, families and God knows what else. But worry only clouds judgment and gets in the way of our true passions and desires.

Hang on. What if we just dropped a few habits out of our busy, stressful and worry-filled lives to make a bit of space for love, hobbies, burgers or whatever else actually makes us happy?

We should all strive to get these nasty gray clouds of worry and self-doubt out of our lives so we can focus on things that truly matter. Here are a few of the things we must stop worrying about:

Pleasing others

Can I let you in on a little secret? No matter where you go or what you do, there will ALWAYS be someone who won’t like who you are or what you are doing. Once this sinks in, you realize that making choices for anyone but yourself and the people close to you is harmful.

Pleasing your significant other


Of course when you love someone you want to try to make everything work out perfectly. But how often does this lead to compromise in your personal values and goals? If you are not aligned with your counterpart to the point that it causes you anxiety, it might be time to move on.

How your life looks on social media

I am so glad your angles are on point and your frat threw the best rager, but honestly, that says nothing about who you are. I have known people who have incredible online presence, but are total duds in real life. Staring at a screen wondering why you don’t have more likes on that status will never make for a better you.

Rejection

Sometimes things just aren’t meant to be. Why spend energy trying to figure out what you did wrong? If you are giving your all to the things you’re passionate about, a bit of rejection might even help fuel you forward. In the immortal words of Chumbawamba, “I get knocked down, but I get up again, you’re never gonna keep me down.”

Being brash

Put your foot in your mouth again? Good. To be overly cliché, honesty is the best policy. If people don’t like what you have to say, it’s their loss. Some of my best connections with people occurred when I was slightly offended by what they said, and then realized the truth of it.

Making a good impression

First impressions are terribly overrated. If someone at a party accidentally trips and lays out on the floor, will you forever think of them as a drunken mess? No. You will probably remember a time you did the same thing, and be glad it wasn’t you again. Humans are more alike than we realize, and are often forgiving about trivial things like first impressions.

Living up to someone else

That person is living his or her own life and story; go get serious about living yours.

Having a timeline

This is something I see my generation (and probably every generation) preoccupied with the most. When are you graduating? Where are you working these days? Are you trying for kids?

These are all questions we hear from family and friends, but they should really be asking: Are you fulfilled? What are you finding interesting these days? Can you tell me what you are passionate about?

If you aren’t getting asked these questions, maybe try asking them yourself. Timelines are personally specific, and rushing through life wont make you any more successful or happy.

Although it is nearly impossible to stop worrying totally, there are so many ways we can cut ourselves a well-deserved break. Life moves at breakneck speed already; we need to take the time to slow it down and relax. Say f*ck it to worrying every once and while.
Meet the deadly hippo who loves to get his teeth cleaned.
It takes a yard brush to keep this hippopotamus' pearly whites gleaming at a Chinese zoo.
 
 
They're rumoured to kill more humans than lions every year.

But that didn't stop a brave zoo keeper at Qingdao Wildlife World in east China's Shandong province practising a bit of dental hygiene on one of his hippo residents.

The giant animal happily opens wide for his keeper's huge toothbrush - or yard brush - to keep his pearly whites in tip top condition.
 
Nobody confirmed if he got a sticker for being a good patient, but it's worth noting the keeper only used one hand to venture into the beast's gaping mouth.

Hippopotamus teeth are made of ivory, similar to the tusks of elephants. But hippo ivory is even more highly prized because it does not turn yellow with age.

After a good brushing, the hippo's teeth must have been gleaming - perfect for a date with his needy companion seen swimming close by.
 

Mum of UK's biggest family is expecting child number 17.
Supermum Sue Radford, 39, who has nine sons and seven daughters, is looking forward to her family's newest addition.
 
 
The mum of the UK's biggest family is preparing to give birth to her 17th child.

Supermum Sue Radford, 39, who has nine sons and seven daughters, is looking forward to her family's newest addition, which is due in November.

Sue, whose family featured on Channel Four show '16 Kids and Counting', is expecting alongside her 20-year-old daughter Sophie, whose baby is due five weeks earlier.

Sue says she was "ecstatic" to discover she was pregnant and says sharing the experience with Sophie stops her worrying after she suffered a devastating miscarriage in September last year.

Sue and dad-to-be Noel, 43, said they were "devastated beyond words" when a 12-week scan revealed the infant had died, just days after they announced they were expecting again.

But after the news of her latest pregnancy, Sue said: "Baby number 17 is due in November and we couldn't be happier.

"It's been fantastic being pregnant the same time as Sophie. After everything we went through when we had a miscarriage, Sophie really helps to keep me calm.
 
 
"I worried constantly during my last pregnancy but instead of doing the same this time, I just keep saying that what will be, will be.

"I really feel like this one is meant to be. Because we are going through the same thing, we're able to talk about everything and reassure each other.

"It's really stopped me getting stressed and it's great not to have to go through it all on your own.

"We are craving all of the same things too, particularly junk food like cream cakes, chocolate and ice lollies. We just laugh and say at least we'll get fat together.

"I've definitely started to balloon and I've had to say goodbye to my skinny jeans."

The pair went for a scan together two weeks ago and they said they were both "thrilled" to hear both babies are doing well.

Sue, who lives with husband Noel in a nine-bedroom former care home in Morecambe, Lancashire, said: "It was so lovely. We both got to see our baby in HD, which was totally amazing.

"Not many mums get to share that with their daughter so I knew it was really special. I feel like we have already made some amazing memories together.
 
"Sophie knows she's having a little girl and, although I don't know for sure, I feel like I'm having a boy.

"No matter how many scans you have it really is amazing to see a little life growing inside you. When it was Sophie's turn, she found out she's having a girl and she's a little wriggler.

"All of the kids are so excited. All the boys want a boy and all the girls want another girl."

When asked whether baby number 17 will be the last, Sue said: "I always say 'never say never' but maybe this time it's the last."

Sue is mum to Chris, 25, Sophie, 20, Chloe, 18, Jack, 17, Daniel, 15, Luke, 13, Millie, 12, Katie, 11, James, ten, Ellie, nine, Aimee, eight, Josh, seven, Max, five Tilly, four, Oscar, two, and Casper, one.

Sophie said: "It was strange.

"As soon as I found out I was pregnant I just knew my mum was too.

"When she told me I was so happy.

"It just makes everything less stressful and I feel like it's brought us even closer.

"It's lovely to be able to share this experience with my mum and we're both doing really well."

The Radfords, who run a bakery and are completely self-sufficient, receive no state benefits.

Incredibly, each day the family eats three loaves of bread, two boxes of cereal and 18 pints of milk, while an average supper can include 16 pork chops, 15lbs of potatoes, three cabbages and 30 carrots.
US city outlaws saggy pants, butt crack displays.
 
The city council of Pikeville, Tennessee will find anyone wearing their pants “more than three inches below the top of the hips” guilty of public indecency, reported The Times Free Press.

Residents found guilty would have to pay a fine of “not less than $25 for a first offence” and “not more than $50 for subsequent offences,” according to the ordinance.

Aimed at public indecency in general, the city mayor said it would probably be a couple of months before the city would be able to put the law into effect.

According to the ordinance, the city of Pikeville finds “the exposure of a person's buttocks and genital area or undergarments is offensive and indecent” and “there is evidence that indicates that wearing sagging pants is injurious to the health of the wearer as it causes improper gait,” reported UPI.

State law already makes "indecent exposure" in schools illegal and the mayor was unclear as to how Pikeville's ordinance is different.

“All I know is we just don't want them running around half naked on our streets. That's the bottom line.”

The City of Crowley last year passed a sagging pants ordinance, said 99.9KTDY. The ordinance bans "the wearing of outer clothing sagging below the waist exposing the undergarments in public places or in public view".

A study in 2013 found that wearing pants too low can cause sexual dysfunction and a number of other serious health problems, reports Minorities.

This was the conclusion of the National American Medical Association following a two-year study.
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