Saturday, 22 October 2016

10 uses for breast milk you never knew about

Breast milk can do more than simply nourish your baby.
In fact, not only can it treat a number of bodily ailments, but it can be made in to jewellery, food or even deodorant.
Here Femail takes a look at the top 10 weird and wonderful ways you can use breast milk that doesn't involve feeding your baby.

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sex robots

Sex with robots might seem like a strange idea, but there are many people who believe it may be the future. 
Now, experts in the field at planning to gather in London this year to discuss the technology and see it on display.
With a focus on 'teledildonics' and electronic hardware, the second annual 'International Congress on Love and Sex with Robots' will arrive in December. 

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Saturday, 15 October 2016

11 weird facts we bet you never knew about poo

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There are a lot of things we don't know about poo, even though it's such a normal part of our lives. 

From health facts to animal behaviour, we've got a list full of weird, amazing and helpful facts you probably never knew about poo.

1. An 'alcohol poo' is a very normal thing

If you've ever found yourself on the toilet after a heavy night of cocktails, wondering why every hangover comes equipped with diarrhoea, you're not alone. Alcohol makes your digestive tract work faster than it usually would, plus all of the extra liquid you've consumed means your body wants to flush it all out.

Dr. Ali Keshavarzian, director of digestive diseases at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, told BuzzFeed: 'The increased transit time means there's less time for absorption of water in the colon, so the stools are watery and come out as diarrhoea.

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Behind the scenes look into the weird world of fetish parties from Tokyo to Berlin by artist MagLau-contains images of sexual nature

MagLau visited fetish parties across Europe and Japan to capture the black and white imagesTHE underbelly of fetish parties has been exposed in startling photographs captured by Belgian photographer MagLau.
The photographer dedicated three years to capturing the obsession with leather and chains, visiting fetish parties through Europe and more

Saturday, 8 October 2016

Ten weird and wonderful Star Trek memorabilia items on eBay right now

Destination Star Trek is coming to Birmingham for the first time, it has been confirmed.
Billed as Europe’s biggest celebration of the legendary TV series and films, stars of the show - including the iconic William Shatner - are set to descend on the NEC.
Guests from the original series will include William Shatner (Captain James T Kirk), George Takei (Hikaru Sulu), Walter Keonig (Ensign Pavel Chekov from series two) and Eddie Paskey (Lt Leslie, Star Trek), Bobby Clark (Gorn in original series episode ‘Arena’).
The event host will be Greg Grunberg, a producer and star of this year’s film Star Trek Beyond.
Fans will have the opportunity to meet the cast and production crew and to explore interactive exhibits at the event, which takes place from Friday, October 7 to Sunday, October 9, 2016.-read more

Saturday, 1 October 2016

The weird and WHACKY holiday homes to rent around the world

Quirky holiday homes to rentMost people would associate a bus as a vehicle useful for getting you to and from you holiday accommodation - not be the accommodation.
The Bus Stop in East Lothian, Scotland is spacious converted bus in the highlands with it’s own luxury wood-burning stove, barbecue and hot tub. It also boasts hand-crafted glass ceilings with panoramic views of Lammermuir Hills.
A start-of-the art living capsule known as the PurePod Cabbin in South Island, New Zeland shows that comfort and nature can co-exist.
The capsule combines a biofuel fire with glass roofing, flooring and walls for the ultimate view of the more

World of Weird review – entertaining, if not exactly edifying

Tim ‘Pricasso’ Patch and presenter Joel Dommett in their painting outfits.T
here’s a large branch of televisual entertainment that relies on people doing strange and disconcerting things, either as some kind of challenge or ritual humiliation, or as the price you pay for being allowed to call yourself a celebrity when you aren’t really. Then there are those folks who do odd things off their own bat, because they’re odd. You don’t have to give them reasons or offer them money. You just have to find them.
World of Weird (Channel 4) is a series that does just that, and it’s a very sturdy formula. The only possible difficulty its producers might have faced is a global shortage of weirdness, but once they tracked down the man who paints pictures with his penis, I’m sure they felt they were away.
Tim Patch – AKA Pricasso – lives in Queensland in a house he built himself. He wears an outsize pink top hat and matching bow tie when he works, and not much else. He produces, he reckons, about 1,000 canvases a year, mostly on commission, although success in his particular discipline comes at a price. “I go -read more