There are certain unspoken rules when traveling–the person with the window seat controls the shade, the middle person gets the both armrest, and don’t put your feet on the person’s armrest in front of you. Well this one passenger violated the foot rule and this 4-year-old was not having it.
After a trip to Walt Disney World, 4-year-old Rodney Small and his father were on a flight heading back to Texas when Rodney noticed something interesting. The passenger behind him had taken off their shoes and rested their feet on his arm rest.
Rodney was not feeling it and had something to say. Check out his hilarious response:
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Hay fever sufferers have been warned to stay inside over the Easter bank holiday because pollen count will be at an all time high, with hay fever starting THREE weeks earlier than usual this year.
Yes, if you’ve been feeling the symptoms, this will explain it.
The UK was hit with the warmest winter on record – remember those unusually hot February days? Well, that has caused havoc for those allergic to pollen.
The rise in temperatures coupled with the dry and windy Spring days has created a breeding ground for pollen, and the mini heatwave earlier this year has triggered the early release of birch tree pollen, which affects one in four hay fever sufferers.
Expert Doctor Jean Emberlin told Metro: ‘It was a very warm February and it certainly gave the trees a big boost in terms of catkin development.’
Thankfully March’s frosty mornings, which saw mercury plummet on the thermometer, may have saved us and halted a really REALLY early hay fever season, although it didn’t stop the dreaded months of sniffling and itchy eyes completely.
The hay fever season usually hits in the second week of April, but this year the dreaded sneezing and itchy symptoms started at the end of March, now going on for the next few months.
Now, time to stock up on tissues and hide from pollen!
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Here’s a riddle that only Spanx would try to answer: what do you get when you cross granny’s stomach-sucking girdle with the cheekiness of a g-string? You get the “Suit Your Fancy High-Waisted Thong,” which sells for $ 64 to $ 68, depending on the size. Spanx’s bizarre undergarment — which the brand cheerily touts as “the… Fashion News, Photos, and Video | New York Post
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Raise your hand (mentally) if you’ve ever been at an office Christmas party, festive drinks or a 12 Pubs of Christmas and have seen at least two people there donning the same Primark Christmas jumper? Maybe you were even one of them.
You’re raising your hand, aren’t you? Of course you are – we’re talking about the annual Primark Christmas jumpercollection here people – it’s iconic.
If you love it just as much as we do, then get excited because we are giving you an exclusive look into some of our favourite pieces from its 2018 range that will see you through any Christmas occasion.
Bright colours, dogs in Fair Isle thermal wear, and who doesn’t love a good Christmas pun? – (especially one about llamas – how wonderfully random??) Setting you back just £10-12, these cheerful knits are perfect for a Christmas night out, and are sure to put a lil’ smile on the face of even the strongest of Christmas cynics.
For many, Christmas is a time for tradition, and sometimes people just want to stick with what they know. For £12, this reindeer winter-warmer offers a bit more of a classic Christmas feel.
Cute & Subtle Patterns
Subtle, but enough print and glitter to put you in the Christmas mood. These cost only between £12-£15 quid, and are so cute !!
And now for the Christmas Cynic…
You’re a rare but growing breed. You grit your teeth every single time you hear someone utter that spine-chilling 9-letter word. You’d like to go to the pub, but why should you have to dress up? This creation, for the fine price of £9, is all yours…
Well, what are you waiting for?
We’ve picked our favourites, now go out and grab yours !!