Man Hilariously Rants About The French Count To 100

There are many good reasons to learn a new language. For instance, it can open up a world of new job opportunities, help you make foreign friends, it has many cognitive benefits and it’s also fun. However, the fun part ends when you encounter certain peculiarities of the new language that simply don’t make sense. One of the languages that makes its learners go ‘huh?’ once in a while is French. Some parts of this language, as YouTuber Excited about this idea, Matt grabbed his friend, jumped into his car and went about town filming for 20 minutes. Thus, the hilarious viral video showing him pretending to be a cab driver from New York, and explaining how he learned the …

This Shiba Inu Is The Cutest Flower Boi In Japan And His 19 Pics Are Making People Happy

Just like the iconic flowers the canine likes to frolic in, the Shibu Inu is a symbol of Japan. The Shiba is the smallest of the six original Japanese dogs (Akita Inu, Shikoku Inu, Kishu Inu, Hokkaido, and Kai Ken) which were all bred before the 19th century. issyrider Ishizuki has been a photographer, working with a single-lens reflex camera, since 2016 – only one year before she got Hachi. Through the photos, this sweet pup gives off an infectious warmth, but his owner said it was not always like that for this rescue dog, “He was very scared of dogs, but now he is very friendly with everyone.” issyrider Because of their lineage and personality, Shibas are the number …

What Happens When You Ask The Wrong Guy For Help (18 New Pics)

#2 Photo Request Feeling brave? You can send James a picture of yourself if you want it ‘improved’ as well. Just bear in mind his warning: “Do not submit any personal photos that you do not want to be made public.” #18 Photo Request Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

Milla Jovovich Shares Her Horrific Abortion Story, Urges People To Resist New Laws In Georgia And Alabama

After Alabama passed a restrictive abortion bill, a backward move for women’s rights in the state that has caused much debate, women have been speaking up about their own experiences with abortion. The bill, voted through largely by 25 middle-aged, white men who will obviously never experience the trauma of unwanted pregnancy, will disproportionately affect black and poor women if it becomes law, because they are more likely to seek abortions and less able to travel to another state to have the procedure performed. Women are often sidelined when it comes to laws that affect them directly, and this is a perfect example. That’s why it is so important that women’s voices and experiences are heard if we are to expect change in …

Disappointed Game Of Thrones Fan Illustrates What Scenes Season 8 Should Have Had And We Absolutely Agree

“I am a sucker for fantasy in general but I especially love when stories build their momentum from the nature of their characters,” the artist said. “I like a spectacle as much as anyone but I tend to dislike it if it’s just for its own sake. George R.R. Martin understands that the fantastical should be pressed into the service of illuminating the tragedies and triumphs of everyday life.” A Song of Ice and Fire.” Benjamin believes that a huge reason why the last season of the TV show is declining is story compression. “It’s just what happens sometimes. Actors get older, budgets are set, contracts run out and shooting locations become unavailable. George R.R. Martin wants to do two …

Woman Shares Abortion Story After Psycho-Ex Got Her Pregnant To Lock Her In To Show The Other Side Of Anti-Abortion Laws

In a thread, the young woman shared her own personal abortion story she had when she was 17-years-old and it shows another side of possible results of hardlines laws like the one Alabama just passed. Brie explained that she had become pregnant when she was 17-years-old as the result of her boyfriend at the time, poking a hole in his condom. This practice is called ‘reproductive coercion.’ This type of sexual abuse can take many forms such as:  threatening to leave unless the woman becomes pregnant, threatening to have a baby with someone else if she doesn’t comply, physically abusing a woman because she does not agree to pregnancy – and in the case of Brie – tampering with birth control …

Guy Turns His Cat Into A Total Badass With This 3D Printed Armor

PrintThatThing just made his orange tabby cat Bobo a 3D armor. Now his feline is battle-ready and not afraid of any threats. Oh, and it gets better – Jwall offers his design for free, you just need to print it out. “Now cats all over the world can roam safely,” says the man. “The entire design can be built with one hundred percent 3D printable parts.” And if you’re not too savvy with 3D printing technology, fear not! JWall offers all the help you need on his page. PrintThatThing created a 3D printed armor “We started off first just drawing out how we wanted the overall look and vibe of the armor to be,” said Jwall, “and I suggested that …

Invisible poverty in Britain’s poorest ward

There are not scores of unoccupied premises or boarded-up windows. Glittering saris hang in a shop window, Indian sweets and cakes are stacked up in neat rows, and the Spar grocers seems to doing good business, even though it is Ramadan. The poverty seems invisible. But on closer inspection, there is very little for sale here that is not absolutely necessary. Poverty tightens grip on poorest children, research says Worsening child poverty harms learning, say teachers Why UK child poverty targets won’t be met There are food, groceries and international parcel services, but there is not much in the way of luxury – except for the sequinned saris. You can get a cheap haircut or a Turkish wet shave, but …

Nikita Dragun Attempts To Defend James Charles With Text Screenshots & It Totally Backfires – Perez Hilton

The tea just keeps on spilling… or does it? Nikita Dragun attempted to come to James Charles‘ defense Monday evening by sharing screenshots of text messages between the two via Twitter, but fans are absolutely tearing her tweets to shreds. ICYMI, the 19-year-old has lost over 3 million followers — from 16.5 million subscribers down to 13.5 million — since Tati Westbrook posted an EXPLOSIVE 43-minute video posted on Friday. The 37-year-old opened up about feeling disrespected by her wedding makeup artist who chose to share an Instagram Story endorsement of Sleep Vitamins by SugarBearHair, a direct competitor of Westbrook’s brand Halo Beauty, at Coachella: “It wasn’t just about vitamins or Halo, it was just about being lied to and feeling disrespected… And …

Final trip for family on FA Cup journey

Image copyright @ColchesterDan Image caption The family at Brightlingsea’s third qualifying round tie against Torquay The family’s story led to them being given tickets for the Wembley showpiece, between Manchester City and Watford, by a sponsor and their exploits being featured in the matchday programme. “The boys have loved it,” said Mr Humphries. “They’ve seen it grow from 200 people at Brantham to 90,000 for the semi-final.” The FA Cup actually has 14 rounds, starting in August, but the first qualifying round, preliminary round and extra-preliminary round had already been completed before the Humphries family started their trophy trek. Image copyright @ColchesterDan Image caption The family watched the semi-final between Watford and Wolves at Wembley

Colbert Turns Trump’s Trade War With China Into A Terrible New Taco Bell Slogan

Stephen Colbert said not even President trade war with China.  cost of tariffs eventually passes to U.S. consumers But as Colbert noted, Trump’s own language shifted even as he was speaking about the tariffs. The president said they would “ultimately” be paid by China before saying they would “largely” be paid by China.   The “Late Show” host eventually turned the administration’s approach to tariffs into a failed REAL LIFE. REAL NEWS. REAL VOICES. Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. Join HuffPost Plus Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

Michael Cohen tells Congress that Jay Sekulow knew Cohen’s testimony on Trump Tower was false

(CNN)President Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen alleges that the President’s attorney Jay Sekulow knew that Cohen’s claim to Congress that the Trump Tower Moscow project ended in January 2016 was false, Cohen told the House Intelligence Committee in March. Cohen said it was Sekulow who was the one who decided to pick January 2016 as when they stopped working on Trump Tower Moscow. Sekulow’s attorneys said in a statement Monday that Cohen was trying to “blame others” “Michael Cohen’s alleged statements are more of the same from him and confirm the observations of prosecutors in the Southern District of New York that Cohen’s ‘instinct to blame others is strong,’” Jane Serene Raskin and Patrick Strawbridge said the statement. …

New Mom Fails Drug Test Before Giving Birth After Eating A Poppy Seed Bagel – Perez Hilton

Put down the poppy seeds before your next drug test! One mother was kept away from her son on his first day of life after failing a urine drug test after she ate a poppy seed bagel. Elizbeth Dominguez shared her shock after testing positive for opiates when she went to the hospital to deliver her son Carter James: “I did a urine test and it came back that I tested positive for opiates. I called my husband freaking out saying, ‘How is this possible? I don’t do drugs. I don’t even take Tylenol — what do you mean?’” The 29-year-old explained her panic to WKBW: “I told the lab, I told the hospital, I told everyone, ‘Retest me. Take my …

Olive Growers Unintentionally Vacuum Up Millions Of Songbirds During Harvest Each Year

Between October and January of every year, millions of birds from central and northern Europe make their way south to the Mediterranean to spend their winter months in warmer conditions. But for hundreds of thousands of birds, it could be their final resting place. That’s because high-intensive automated harvesting machinery meant to strip trees of their olives during the night are unintentionally sucking up songbirds with them, according to an editorial piece written in Nature. Olives are harvested at night to help preserve their “aromatic compounds”, but roosting birds blinded by bright lights and stunned by machinery become accidental victims in the process. The Andalusian government in Spain has already put a halt to the process after it was found …

Pregnant woman’s murder shocks Chicago but experts say such cases are rare

There have been roughly 30 cases of fetal abduction cases where a mother is killed and her baby is cut from her womb Chicago authorities have filed charges in the shocking murder of a pregnant woman whose baby was cut from her womb. Experts say such cases are rare, yet common enough to have a name: fetal abduction. At a Thursday news conference, police announced first-degree murder charges against 46-year-old Clarisa Figueroa and her 24-year-old daughter, Desiree. Police said Marlen Ochoa-Lopez, 19, was heading to the Figueroa house after the mother posted an offer of free baby clothes on a Facebook chatroom. They say that the daughter has confessed to helping her mother kill Ochoa-Lopez and that the mothers boyfriend, …