Unusual bathroom leaves people 'wanting to vomit' thanks to optical illusion design

A photo of a bathroom design which creates the illusion the whole room is slanted is dividing opinion on social media, with some saying looking at it gives them an 'instant migraine'

Adding your own personal touches when it comes to decorating and interior design is what turns a house into a home.

Some opt for a timeless look while others throw caution to the wind and create a space in their own image. 

Take this homeowner, who said her years of eccentric decorating with bright colours and quirky designs left her £250,000 cottage "unsellable" - and she wouldn't change a thing.

But the bathroom design choice of one homeowner has gone viral thanks to its bizarre optical illusion effect which has left people 'wanting to vomit'.




Influencer sparks fury as fans discover she's not been honest about product she promotes

An influencer has shared the truth about a beauty range she promoted on her social media and it's sparked backlash from some of her followers

Susan Yara has more than one million subscribers on her YouTube channel and over 200,000 followers on Instagram.

Similarly, 55,000 people have liked her Facebook page, Mixed Makeup.

But right now, a number of her supporters are feeling a little less than impressed with the American beauty influencer.

That's because Yara sparked outraged after admitting she's not been completely honest about her involvement with a brand she's promoted on social media.




Ghost hunters probing 'potty-mouthed ghoul' at site of historical murder

Dead Woman's Ditch, which is named after the murder of Jane Walford by her husband John in 1789 on the ­Quantock Hills in Somerset, reportedly has a foulmouthed ghost

Ghost hunters are probing reports of a potty-mouthed ghoul swearing at tourists at a beauty spot.

The angry apparition is said to be a “woman in white” who tells people to “f*** off” in an area known as Dead Woman’s Ditch. 

Christine and Dave Thomas are investigating the site named after the murder of Jane Walford by her husband John in 1789 on the ­Quantock Hills in Somerset.

The couple say they picked up on a voice, which told them to “f*** off”.




Pregnant woman filming her baby bump left terrified after watching footage back

A woman who was home alone began filming her baby bump moving for a Snapchat video - but it was only when she watched it back that she spotted a creepy figure emerge at the end of the bed

A heavily pregnant woman who was filming her baby bump moving was left terrified after watching the footage back.

The video was uploaded to Reddit, where the user explains his sister had been spending the week in a house alone with only a kitten and a dog for company. 

As she lay on the bed to rest, she captured the moment her baby bump was shifting under the blanket with the caption: "My heart is actually breaking."

The kitten can be heard meowing loudly outside the door in the silence of the empty house, but nothing appears to be out of the ordinary.




Stray dog turns up to help pre-school children cross road safely every day

A stray dog in Georgia, affectionately known as Kursha, shows up for his job as a lollipop dog every day without fail, helping young children to safely cross the road

A stray dog has appointed itself the job of helping young school children cross the road safely - and even barks furiously at cars which ignore the crossing.

Videos show the adorable black and white dog run down the street barking when it notices a group of pre-school children waiting at the curb. 

The animal then patrols up and down the pedestrian crossing, putting itself between the traffic and the children to keep them safe.

When a waiting van begins to edge forward, the dog begins to bark and stands in front of it so it can't continue, waiting for every child to have completely cleared the crossing before stepping aside.



Farmer baffled after sheep gave birth to mutant 'cyclops' lamb with one eye

Pipih was left stunned after a lamb was born with just one eye on his farm in Indonesia, but it died two days after being born because it was struggling to eat properly

A farmer was baffled after his sheep gave birth to a mutant one-eyed black lamb. 

Pipih, 65, said the mother and its other babies were normal except for this one born with Cyclopia at the rural property in West Java, Indonesia on June 22. 

The lamb had difficulty breathing and eating because of its deformed face so Pipih sought help from neighbours, but some believed that it might be unlucky.

Pipih said: "I didn't expect it to birth a lamb with one eye. I take care of my sheep and none of them have any diseases.''




'Genius' hack for protecting laptop from sun when working outside during heatwave

A man has shared his hilarious top tip for using a laptop outside in the sunshine without it overheating and people think it's 'genius'

With temperatures soaring this week, you might decide to move your working from home set up, outside into the garden. 

After all, why wouldn't you want to get a tan whilst typing away?! 

But there's just two little problems with taking your laptop outside into the sunshine - it will end up scorching hot to touch and the screen will be hard to read in the bright light.

You could solve this by sitting under a parasol, but if you don't have one, fear not, one man has come up with a hilarious solution to the issue.




What happens after death - according to six people who've come back to life

Many people often question what will happen after they take their final breath, but the six people who have shared their stories recall very difference experiences of those moments

As the famous saying goes, there are only two certain things in life - death and taxes. 

But it still remains mysterious despite huge scientific advances, and nobody can know what happens for sure until it happens to them. 

There are of course lots of popular theories about white lights and seeing your life cinematically flash before your eyes - but how true are they?

The only insight we have are accounts from people who have been medically dead then resuscitated, some of whom have taken to Reddit to answer the impossible "what's it like to die?" question as best they can.



Mum sparks debate after asking whether it's reasonable to mow the lawn at 8am

The mum took to Mumsnet to ask users whether it was acceptable to mow her lawn before the sun hits the garden, and users were divided

A busy mum has started a debate between parents after asking whether it would be acceptable to mow the lawn at 8am. 

The woman explained that when she gets home from work at 2.30pm, the sun is beating down on her garden so she would have to wait until the grass is in the shade after 6pm to mow it - but by then, she's "knackered." 

She also argued that at that time of the morning a number of delivery drivers and builders often "make a racket", compared to her "very quiet electric mower."

She took to Mumsnet to ask whether it would be acceptable to mow the lawn first thing in the morning when it's not too hot, and she's not too tired - but users were divided.




Theory claims Captain America predicted coronavirus - but film critic uncovers answer

A bizarre conspiracy theory has been doing the rounds online, which claims the 2011 film Captain America predicted the coronavirus pandemic

Marvel fans will recall that at the end of the 2011 film, Captain America: The First Avenger, Steve Rogers wakes up 70 years in the future in present-day New York. 

He flees outside into Times Square, where there are a number of adverts up on the billboards, as is pretty standard. 

Well, one eagle-eyed movie fan took a look at exactly what was on the screens and came up with a wild conspiracy theory that links the superhero film to the coronavirus pandemic.

Are you ready for this?

The theory was shared on Instagram by a user named lexfuture.




Woman's innocent question about Nigel Slater aubergine recipe has everyone cracking up

Nigel Slater shared a tasty looking aubergine recipe on social media last night, but it's the replies to the post that are garnering the most attention

On Wednesday, cook and food writer Nigel Slater took to Twitter to share his latest midweek meal recipe for a "luscious, aromatic dinner". 

The piece instructed on how to whip up aubergines, feta, chickpeas, ras el hanout and it looked pretty tasty. 

So tasty, that even a woman who claimed to be allergic to aubergines wanted to give it a go.

The woman, named Susan, replied to Nigel's post saying that she wanted to make it and asking if there was anything she could substitute the aubergine for.



Tenants freaked out to learn letting agent has secretly been living in their house

A tenant has shared a rather creepy tale, claiming their letting agent secretly started living inside their house after coming over to do a random inspection

A member of a house share in London has claimed that they discovered their letting agent had secretly been living in their house for two days. 

The creepy story was shared on Reddit's Ask UK forum as they sought advice on how to handle the bizarre situation. 

The unnamed tenant said that their letting agent had come over unannounced earlier this week to "inspect" the property.

They left him to get on with it and had assumed he exited the place a short while later.




Mum shares daughter's terrifying homework fail after botched Google cheat

The mum shared her child's "hilarious homework failure" to Mumsnet and urged parents to check their work before sending it in

Trying to encourage your children to do their homework at the best of times can be pretty challenging, but in lockdown it's become ever harder.

During these unprecedented times, most schools have supplied their pupils with tasks to complete at home but adapting to a new routine can be tough on them. 

With so many extra distractions around, some kids will want to want to rush their homework so they can go and play, and have been a bit naughty when it comes to their school work - as one mum discovered.

The woman discovered that her child had enlisted a little help from Google to go her music work - with slightly terrifying results.




Mum shares £3.99 teething gel - and parents are calling it a 'lifesaver'

A savvy mum has revealed a product which helps to remove pain associated with teething for your little ones - and it can be found on the high street at Home Bargains

As a parent it can be incredibly challenging and upsetting to see your little ones in pain while teething.

From teething toys that you pop in the fridge to gently rubbing their gums, if might feel as if you've tried everything - but we have another suggestion that some parents are calling 'a lifesaver.' 

The helpful mum found a bargain product which targets any pain and discomfort in no time at all, and it costs only £3.99.

She shared her discovery to the Extreme Couponing & Bargains UK group on Facebook and was inundated with praise from other parents who also rave about the product.



Mum renovating home finds 'clever' DIY tip from previous owner under old wallpaper

An Australian mum was redecorating her house when she came across a note from the previous owner hidden beneath the wallpaper - and it gave her some very handy advice

A woman renovating her home was caught by surprise after finding a hidden note.

The Australian mum was in the midst of peeling off the old wallpaper in her house when she uncovered a handy message from the previous owner. 

Written in pen, was a DIY hack which was signed off by someone called "Jon" on December 21 1997 - and had only been uncovered 22 years later, reported News.com.au.

It read: "If you ever need to wallpaper this room again, it will take 8 rolls of wallpaper.




Road sign quiz is baffling the most experienced drivers - see if you can pass it

Car dealership Robins & Day are putting drivers to the test to see how they'd fair with this tricky theory test - but no one has passed with flying colours yet

To pass your driving test you're asked to complete a practical assessment and theory exam.

But if those days are far behind you, you should consider taking this test to jog your memory - and we think even the most experienced of drivers will find it a little challenging. 

Car dealership Robins & Day created the quiz after discovering that a third of drivers would fail their test if they took it again today, reports The Sun.

There are 15 questions to answer, but, don't be fooled - to make things even harder, they've included a few fake road signs.




Woman with 'most cosmetic surgery in the world' has incredible 'before' photo

Cindy Jackson has spent £53,000 on a whole host of cosmetic procedures - including face lifts, nose jobs, a chin reduction and chemical peels - but she's always been determined to keep the natural look

Cindy Jackson has had 47 cosmetic procedures, costing her more than £53,000, earning her the Guinness World Record for the most work in history.

But she's said she isn't going to tell the organisation if she goes under the knife again, saying she wants to step away from the book. 

Since 1987, Cindy, who is American but now lives in London, has had 14 operations including three face lifts, two nose jobs, implants and a chin reductions.

She's had a series of other non-surgical procedures - including chemical peels and semi-permanant make-up.




A maritime mystery: What has been causing ships to sail in circles?

Strange things can happen at sea, as the crew of Liberian-flagged oil tanker Willowy confronted a mysterious incident on Sunday.

In the early hours of Sunday 31 May, senior officers aboard the oil tanker Willowy were called to the bridge to be told that their ship and four others in its vicinity were mysteriously sailing in circles, unable to steer, and on course to converge.

It must be easy to panic at sea.The immediate presumption was that strong currents were pushing the vessels around, but there were no such currents where the ships were sailing in the south Atlantic Ocean, west of the South African city of Cape Town.

Ships appearing to sail in circles have become an increasingly common and mysterious phenomenon near a number of ports on the coast of PRC, especially near oil terminals and government facilities but nothing had been seen where the Willowy was.

Researchers monitoring these bizarre circles near the Chinese coast believe they are probably the result of systematic GPS manipulation designed to undermine a tracking system which all commercial ships are required to use under international law.




Mum explains how to de-fog your headlights instantly using only two items

An Australian woman named Leonie has revealed how she has de-fogs her car headlights using toothpaste, and other cleaning junkies swear by it.

Just like anything you own, your car can look a little worse for wear after a while.

And whilst a good hoover here and car wash there is the answer to some of your grubby car problems, it's easy to forget about those more stubborn cleaning jobs like those foggy headlights - yes we know you're ignoring them. 

But there is actually a simple way to clean them - and you won't have to spend a penny reports New York Times Post.

An Australian woman has revealed that you can easily de-fog your headlights with the help of only two products that you probably have hidden in your cupboards already.




'My sister's baby will be bullied for naming her after her favourite vegetable'

A woman has taken to Reddit after her sister told her that the inspiration behind her chosen baby name was her favourite mushroom.

A woman whose sister wants to name her newborn after one of her favourite foods has been slammed by parents online who say the baby will be "bullied."

The woman explained that her sister who is in her third trimester is "ready to pop any day now," and has finally revealed to her her choice of baby name after keeping it a secret the entire pregnancy. 

She said that when her sister first shared the name with her, she assumed she was joking, but as the mum-to-be went on to talk about a possible nickname for the baby she found out she wasn't.

The aunt-to-be said: "The name is Portabella (and yes, she did give me permission to share it here). Like the mushroom.




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