Some mothers don’t know much about carsOctober 13, 2016 at 3:33 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
Odd news from around the world
Tantric lover rushed to hospital in agony after ‘breaking’ his penis trying an exotic sexual position: “AN ADVENTUROUS lover has been rushed to hospital after ‘breaking’ his penis while attempting a daring new sex position. The once-virile Vietnamese gentleman had his penis “broken at the joint” in an incredibly rare case which shocked medics at the hospital in Ho Chi Minh City. While enjoying an energetic romping session with his girlfriend, the 59-year-old reportedly heard a deafening ‘crack’ before unimaginable pain coursed through his still-naked body. Speaking with newspaper Tuoi Tre, Mai Ba Tien Dung from Binh Dan Hospital, revealed the unnamed man’s penis turned bright purple. The poor man was rushed into surgery where a crack team of doctors worked tirelessly to stitch his penis back together. Dr Dung insisted breaking the penis at the point where it is attached to the body is extremely rare and occurs at full erection.
Mother breastfed a stranger’s hungry baby, provoking big reaction: “The first story about mum-of-six Rebecca Wanosik broke over the weekend. Someone had happened upon her post about being asked to feed a baby that wasn’t her own, and whose mum she didn’t know. While this sounds a little odd, there’s more to the story. The hungry baby’s mum was having surgery and the person looking after the baby couldn’t get her to feed from a bottle. So Rebecca, who is currently feeding her own poppet and confesses to having milk to spare thought nothing of sharing her supply with this mummy-missing hungry infant. Then the Missouri mum posted a pretty amazing photo of both littlies, tandem feeding, eyes closed, holding hands. And then the world erupted. While most people supported Rebecca and her selfless act, there were obviously some people who found it a difficult concept – and images – to swallow. Facebook responded and disabled her account. A few hours ago, Facebook let her back on and she posted a message to all those people who had some issues.
BMW reveals self-balancing bike concept that is so safe you will NEVER fall off: “The motorcycle of the future is so safe riders can cruise without a helmet and never fall off, giving all of the thrills with none of the danger, according to BMW. The German automaker unveiled its Motorrad Vision Next 100, a sleek, self-balancing prototype the company released as part of its 100th anniversary celebrations. The zero-emissions bike has self-balancing wheels designed to stand upright even at a complete stop, stability that the company says will allow riders to forgo riding a helmet. A ‘flexframe’ extends from the front to the rear wheel, which means means the bike can be steered without the various joints found on today’s motorcycles. Turning the handlebar adjusts the entire frame, changing the direction of the bike.
Demonic machine: “You could be forgiven for thinking this monster of a machine is the new evil overlord in the next Transformers movie. But the beast is merely a giant robotic arm that turns trees into logs. It sports a 240 kilowatt engine and enough torque to swing whole trees around like twigs, according to Business Insider. The Swedish company EcoLog builds the tree’s worst nightmare, which can cost over $160,000 a pop. At first it locks itself around the trunk of the tree, which it saws through in a second leaving only the stump. It then rips off the branches in one smooth motion. Finally it can divide up what’s left into similar sized logs, and all of this in under 25 seconds”
Geek buys himself a WiFi kettle then spends 11 HOURS trying to make it boil: “Mark Rittman spent 11 frustrating hours trying to make his nifty WiFi kettle boil. The WiFi kettle – which ranges in price from £50 to £100 – supposedly allows people to flick the kettle on with their phone from the comfort of their bed or sofa. But after trying to make a cuppa at 9am, Mr Rittman quickly ran into troubles in what was to become a 11-hour long struggle. Mark Rittman, a data specialist, chronicled his issues with the WiFi kettle on Twitter. His first problem appeared to be the connection between the kettle and his WiFi base station. The data specialist, from Hove, grew so frustrated he reverted to boiling water in a saucepan. The 48-year-old then wrote: ‘Now my WiFi kettle is basically taking the p***. Told me it had found network, now you need to recalibrate me, oh by the way it didn’t really connect.’ He finally got his kettle online, but had to eat dinner in the dark as the lights downloaded a ‘firmware update'”
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