Don't worry, this isn't like that other jacket made by lonely bachelors in Japan. Designed by James Teh, this version is based on the "hug box" created by inventor and autism sufferer Temple Grandin, who used it to calm her down. The Tjacket works is by applying pressure whenever children are
over-agitated, and parents can send "hugs" when
needed using an app on their smartphone.
Try not to let your eyes roll out of your head while reading this story. A relatively attractive London woman who has been unemployed for the last two years is blaming it on her good looks.
Laura Fernee, who claims to have a PhD in an unspecified field of science, says she was working at a medical research lab earning £30,000 a year from 2008 until 2011. She stated that the comments made by her coworkers about her attractive physical appearance became too much and she quit.
The actor might not seem smiley on the cover of June's Esquire, but Brad did reveal in the feature that he's much happier now than he was a decade ago. But before you think it had anything to do with being married to Jennifer Aniston, turns out that he was referring to his career choices:
Abercrombie & Fitch is getting some flak from this blogger, who's taking a stand against its small sizes.
Jes, or known on the Internet as The Militant Baker, has recreated some popular topless A&F ads. She added the tagline "Attractive & Fat" and published the images on her blog along with an open letter to A&F's CEO Michael Jeffries.
If partying all night long is not your idea of a "perfect night," then prepare to lipsynch to this music video below, starring a comfy looking Sarah Silverman and Will.I.Am as they sing about the joys of staying at home on ladies night. Check it out:
Despite all the controversy surrounding Disney's decision to give the boundary-breaking heroine of Pixar's Brave a girlish makeover, one 15-year-old has decided to pay tribute by staying true to the original character.
While waiting tables is a generally thankless profession, one Tumblr user named Casual Cynic had posted this closeup of a rather generous tip along with an incredibly heartwarming story about her mother who has been waitressing on and off throughout her life:So my mom and I have been working the same waitress job for 5-6 years now. She had been waitressing years before, but this is recently. Anyway, about… 15 minutes ago this guy she waited on left and told her to take care. Just that. Prior to this she had talked to him about Italy. Her people are from Florence, this and that, and she said she’s never been. She’s got 8 years of art education and she’s working a waitress job. It’s pretty… Sad and disappointing, I guess. Her and my father divorced 6 years ago and she hasn’t had a real job ever. Just been stuck in a small town she’s not from.
Over the weekend, it was reported that Rihanna has filed a $5 million lawsuit against Topshop for using images of her on T-shirts without her consent.
The singer's reps have been trying to negotiate with Topshop for the last eight months to pay licensing fees for using her image. A source says the retail company only offered her just a measly $5,000 and told her to get lost.
Check out this new ad for Diet Dr. Pepper, which features Ford model Josh Button explain what it's like being really really really really good looking, while trying to distract you with his shirtless moves. Enjoy.
Smartphones are great because they keep you connected, but all the programs used to run them can really drain the battery life. But one innovative teen might have just come up with a potential solution that could solve this annoying problem once and for all.
Seriously, we've never seen so much hype over a fetus. In the upcoming June 2013 issue, British mag Tatler has decided to dedicate both the cover and feature to the unborn heir of the British throne. And something tells us that the graphic designers had to resort to morphing the first-time royal parents together in order to guess what the baby would look like. But at least they threw a bunch of baby corgis in the shot as well.
CoverGirl has recently announced its sponsorship of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. In addition to more couture, you can also expect things like eye shadow, lip gloss, blush, who knows. Because nothing screams "beauty products" more than kids being forced to kill each other. Here's more from the official press release:
CNN has an update on Aimee Copeland, the 24-year-old who made headlines in 2012 who nearly died of a rare flesh-eating bacteria infection following a zip-lining accident.
Despite heavy odds and multiple amputations, Aimee eventually managed to overcome her illness but lost her hands, a leg, and a foot in the process. Aimee has since been fitted with a pair of bionic "i-limb ultra revolution" hands to help her get around and do normal things like cooking and cleaning. She told reporters:
Remember back in 2012 when everyone was excited over the butt-kicking, redheaded heroine from Brave? While the movie turned out to be a bit of a let down, the traits of the central character stood out among the other less gutsy princesses in Disney's lineup. However, Disney has since revealed their decision to give the tomboyish princess a typical girly makeover, which included
a sparkly dress, small waist and more makeup.
In this latest sketch, the increasingly shrinking host Jimmy Kimmel introduces to the world and adorable toddler named Wesley (who just so happens to be Kimmel's nephew).
Wesley stars in this first episode of a show called 'Baby Bachelor,' which details the toddler's search for true love. Unfortunately, that also means having to deal with a lot of kiddie drama. Here's hoping he ends up finding a lady friend who loves dinosaurs just as much as he does.
These landscape pics taken above were snapped using ONDU pinhole cameras which are made entirely of out of wood and don't have any electronics. The cameras come from Slovenian industrial designer and self-taught carpenter Elvis Halilović, who has been making pinhole cameras for the last seven years.