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Love is in the air and it's magical.

 

He said having her in his life was the real magic and after seeing the way she reacted to his proposal, we’d agree.

Magician Neil Henry, 37, asked his girlfriend Charlie Gardner to marry him in the only way he could, with a trick.

After ‘downing a glass of wine and swallowing some string’ he called the 23-year-old to the stage at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

 

This was when the real entertainment began after he pulled out the string from his mouth and asked her to read the letters on it.

They spelled out ‘marry me’.

And of course she said yes because he is so magical (plus the ring he pulled out at the end was also impressive).


Source: MetroUk
Women's Month Inspiration

Women's Month Inspiration

Women's Month Inspiration

Women's Month Inspiration

Women's Month Inspiration

Gwen Stefani Weekend

 

  • The Sophie Muller directed video features a seemingly distraught Stefani singing to the camera while wandering around an apartment.
  • The lyrics describe an argument between lovers.
  • This music video debuted on MTV’s Total Request Live on 27 April 2007 and went on to peak at number 9.
  • The “4 in the Morning” music video was Stefani’s second least successful video chart-wise.

Women's Month Inspiration

Yep, there are now spiders that can fly or at least glide.

 

We don’t want to alarm you, but flying spiders exist… so please prepare to burn the planet down and move to a different one.

 

OK, they don’t actually fly, but rather glide.

 

Selenopid spiders live in the high trees of the South American rainforests, and therefore need to be able to have some sort of backup if they fall from the canopy.

 

That is why they developed the ability to execute a controlled and graceful glide.

 

Using their front legs to ‘steer’, the selenopid spiders glide onto a tree brunch or trunk before hitting the ground.

 
Obviously this is to save them from any predators lurking on the forest floor, however if you think they are going to be decent enough to avoid landing on your head you have drastically underestimated them.

Source: MetroUK
If you love traveling - Glass-bottomed floating 'sky pool' to be unveiled in London

 

The "world first" pool will be suspended 35 metres above the ground between two buildings near Battersea Power Station.

 
Residents of London's Embassy Gardens apartment complex will be able to swim between two high-rise blocks of flats via a "floating" glass-bottomed swimming pool 10 storeys above ground.

Resembling an ‘aquarium in the sky’, it is said to be the first pool in the world to link two residential buildings. The transparent and structure-free pool, designed by Arup Associates and developed by the Ballymore Group, will be 90 by 19 feet, encased in eight inch-thick glass, and have a water depth of around four feet. It will offer aerial views of the capital, including the Houses of Parliament.

 

Residents of the planned luxury flats in Wandsworth will also be able to access a rooftop deck at both ends of the pool which will offer sun loungers, a spa, a bar and an orangery, while an additional bridge between the two buildings forms a dry walkway for both residents and visitors.

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"The Sky Pool's transparent structure is the result of significant advancements in technologies over the last decade. The experience of the pool will be truly unique, it will feel like floating through the air in central London," said Ballymore Group chairman and CEO, Sean Mulryan.

The floating pool is expected to be completed by 2018 and will be available for the exclusive use of residents at the 2,000 home complex where flats are priced from £600,000.

 

Source: Telegraph

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