Pop-Up Pizza

Health bodies may complain but junk food lovers will celebrate after a new pop-up pizza you can cook in four minutes was launched by Marks and Spencer. The pizzas, the first of their kind on the high street, will be available for $2 and have a pre-cooked base. The appetizers come in a ‘pocket’ that will prevent the contents spilling out into the toaster. But critics have said the new snacks may lead to people over-indulging, with a typical slice of the pizza containing 190 to 250 calories, which is twice as much as that of a slice of toast. Tam Fry, of the National Obesity Forum, said: ‘There is nothing that says that pizza can’t be healthy, and the ingredients look intriguing. The feature I like most about the idea is the portion size.” w/ photos

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The Flirt!

“This is a video I spent more time than I am proud of on. It is a montage of clips over the past few months of jub jub getting intimate with numerous people.” — beefstew202

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Woman Says Big Breasts Hindered DUI Test

A Port St. Lucie woman who said her big breasts hindered her ability to perform field sobriety tests was arrested on a DUI charge after starting to dance and disrobe, according to recently released records. During one of the tests, Maureen Raymond, 49, told a Martin County Sheriff’s deputy she couldn’t follow his instructions, saying ‘hell no not with these… not with her big boobies,’ an arrest affidavit states. The case that landed Raymond behind bars began around 9:20 p.m. Jan. 29 when a deputy went to a reckless vehicle call in the area of U.S. 1 and Jensen Beach Boulevard. A deputy spotted a Toyota Camry exceeding the speed limit and crossing the double yellow lines. The Toyota stopped in a Walgreens parking lot. A deputy ‘detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage about’ Raymond, the driver, and found a glass that smelled of booze. When another deputy said they were going to perform roadside tasks, Raymond told the deputy he ‘needed to understand that she is big chested,’ saying big breasts make balancing difficult. Asked if she had any injuries, Raymond said she had big breasts and whiplash.” w/ photos

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The Xiphactinus

“The Hastings Museum, in Hastings Nebraska recently commissioned a life-size model of Xiphactinus as the second phase of a Cretaceous Seaway Exhibition.” — staabstudios

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Backwards Clock

Does the frantic pace of today’s world make you want to turn back the hands of time and give yourself a few extra hours? We’ve solved this problem for you with our new Backward Clock. The hour, minute and second hands move backward to give you the extra time you need. The numbers on this 10-1/2”-diameter clock are arranged counterclockwise to help you keep track of how much time you’re saving. Black exterior, black and white clock face, black hands and red second hand.” w/ photos

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