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Most teenagers seem to accept staying at home – I don't think my younger self would have

Most teenagers seem to accept staying at home – I don't think my younger self would haveIt would have been so much worse in my day, with no social media and just a tiny snooker table for entertainment
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Need A Haircut Yet? Well, These Are The Best Hair Clippers You Can Buy Right Now

With trips to the barber on ice for now, take your hair into your own hands with our pick of the best hair trimmers, from Wahl, Remington and Babyliss
Tags: News, Lifestyle, Best Hair Clippers, Wahl Remington

The RSPB have launched Breakfast Birdwatch and it's the perfect way to start your day

Set an uplifting, inspiring mood for the rest of your day at home
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Disney Parks Donate 150,000 Rain Ponchos to Hospitals in Need

These Mickey-printed plastic ponchos are helping keep our hospital workers safe.
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Where's hot in September? 6 holiday destinations for last minute sun

It's never too late for a sunny holiday
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Kinky medical role play and fetish supplier donates scrubs to hospital

MedFetUK, a UK fetish company that deals in medical supplies and equipment for sex play has donated its supply of scrubs to a National Health Service hospital. “It was just a few sets, because we don’t carry large stocks, but they were desperate, so we sent them free of charge...” MedFetUK tweeted. "When we, a tiny company set up to serve a small section of the kink community, find ourselves being sought out as a last-resort supplier to our National Health Service in a time of crisis, s...
Tags: Post, UK, News, Sex, NHS, National Health Service, Fetish, Donations, Kink, Kinky, Coronavirus

Coronavirus and Sex: Questions and Answers

Some of us are mating in actual captivity. Some of us not at all. The pandemic raises lots of issues around safe intimate physical contact, and what it may look like in the future.
Tags: News, Sex, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Dating and Relationships, Hygiene and Cleanliness, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV

9 ways to minimize the pandemic’s impact on business

When this situation turns the corner, there will be plenty of business to go around. Here are the actions you need to take now to ensure your business is healthy when things rebound.
Tags: Facebook, Video, News, Lifestyle, Social Media, Service, Radio, Community, Agent, Lead Generation, Investors, Select, Jeff Glover, iBuyer, Coronavirus

Morrisons gives food banks £10m during coronavirus outbreak

Morrisons gives food banks £10m during coronavirus outbreak. Supermarket lifts restrictions and reopens cafes as depots to allow customers to donate
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Handmade memento brings Island couple comfort in care facility during COVID-19

Outside a care facility in Summerside P.E.I., an unusual figurine peaks out near one of the trees — a papier mâché Jesus. It was placed there by Pauline Doucette, whose parents recently moved into Wedgewood Manor. The replica was made by Doucette's father Patrick a few years ago when his wife Jean was diagnosed with dementia."She's pretty spiritual and every time she prays she'd keep her eyes on that statue," Patrick said.Doucette said before the COVID-19 outbreak, going to church...
Tags: News, Lifestyle, Jesus, Patrick, Jean, Doucette, Summerside, Pauline Doucette

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited High Altitude takes the 4x4 further upmarket

The Jeep Wangler Unlimited Sahara exists as the calmer, road-oriented Wrangler trim to contrast with the deep woods, rock-bashing Rubicon that headlines Jeep's reputation. As more buyers flock to America's 4x4, many want an even more plush Jeep experience, and Jeep's been delivering. Last year the brand introduced the Sahara Altitude cosmetic package that added a host of gloss black trim pieces, from black 18-inch wheels and fuel filler door to the black leather interior and glo...
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'Our fridge was empty': Neighbours band together to help during COVID-19

COVID-19 is a time of physical distancing, but it's also a time of coming together as a community to support and help one another. And it's not all bad news out there.Across the province, stories are surfacing about neighbourhoods banding together and individuals going the extra mile.  Anita Dudisa and her family, who live in the Comox Valley, recently cut their trip to France short and returned home. They are self-isolating for 14 days. "Our fridge was empty — we were meant to be away...
Tags: News, France, Lifestyle, Syria, Canada, Vancouver, Neighbours, Cbc, Stevenson, Vancouver Island, Comox Valley, Vancouver Foundation, Anita Dudisa, Michelle Eliot, Dudisa, Robin Stevenson

If you have to self-isolate… then why not self-propagate, too

If you have to self-isolate… then why not self-propagate, tooThree easy ways to clone your houseplants
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Beloved Nate ‘n Al’s Deli Closing Permanently Sunday

Nate ‘n Al Deli, a fixture in Beverly Hills and the entertainment industry for 75 years, announced Saturday that it would be closing Sunday with no plans to reopen. It had been open for takeout and delivery since restaurants closed due to coronavirus on March 15. The Beverly Drive restaurant’s Instagram message reads, “Approximately one […]
Tags: News, Instagram, Restaurants, Lifestyle, Beverly Hills, Irving Azoff, Nate, Beverly Drive, Nate 'n Al's, Al Deli

I'm working at home – can I make a comfortable chair myself?

I'm working at home – can I make a comfortable chair myself?My back is killing me and I need some DIY tips to find seating that works
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Three weeks of lockdown in Italy has given us vital perspective – and small comforts

Three weeks of lockdown in Italy has given us vital perspective – and small comforts. With scarce resources instilling a spirit of togetherness, Italians have quickly learned to cherish what we once took for granted
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Coronavirus lockdown: The streets may be silent but the fun isn't over

The weekend has arrived and the country is in lockdown.
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COVID-19: Foreign students, long-term visit pass holders must get approval before coming to Singapore

SINGAPORE — From 11.59pm on Sunday (29 March), all foreign students and long-term visit pass holders must obtain permission before they can begin their journeys to Singapore.
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Fashion News Roundup: March 2020

As everywhere else, fashion news this month was dominated by reportage about the global COVID-19 pandemic. Both the Met Gala and the 2020 CFDA Fashion Awards have been postponed amidst Coronavirus concerns. Here’s an overview of fashion and beauty brands that are manufacturing products to help prevent and cope with the spread of COVID-19. Fashionista is also keeping a running list of fashion and beauty retailers that are temporarily closing their physical storefronts, and how this affects their...
Tags: Fashion, News, US, Anna Wintour, Tom Ford, CFDA, Laura Ashley, COVID

Official NYC Health Guidelines advise against rimjobs during coronavirus outbreak

An official memo from the offers guidance for sexual intercourse during social distancing. Among other things, it warns: We still have a lot to learn about COVID-19 and sex. COVID-19 has been found in feces of people who are infected with the virus. COVID-19 has not yet been found in semen or vaginal fluid. We know that other coronaviruses do not efficiently transmit through sex. And provides a very important reminder that: You are your safest sex partner. Masturbation will not spread COVID...
Tags: Post, News, Sex, New York City, Rimjobs, Sex Advice, Safe Sex, Coronavirus, Dental Dams, Diblasidon't Go Ass To Mouth

I Was an Accidental Playboy Pinup

In 1995 I modeled as part of a feature on “Women of the Internet.” As the magazine ceases print publication, I’m feeling weirdly nostalgic.
Tags: Photography, News, Sex, Magazines, Pornography, Playboy Magazine, Women and Girls

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