Meet A Woman Who’s Allergic To Water

For most couples Valentine’s Day is a chance to get down to some serious smooching. But for Rachel Prince and fiancé Lee Warwick, kissing is off the agenda tomorrow – or any day soon – due to her rare allergy to water. The condition, called aquagenic urticaria, means even a few spots of saliva from Mr Warwick, 26, would bring Miss Prince out in horrible hives. The allergy also means the 24-year-old, Ripley, Derbyshire, cannot go for a swim, enjoy long baths or even drink a cold glass of water as her throat swells up whenever she takes a sip.” w/ photos

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Tarp Surfin’

“The feeling of surfing in an urban environment; a cast aside plastic harnessed to create the force of the ocean. This is tarp surfing.” — ForeverSkim

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Ceiling Sliding Birds

“These birds get around the house faster than flying with their zip line style sliding technique!” — PetTube

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Is Love Really A Drug?

“It is often said that love is a drug. But romance really does work in a similar way to addiction to illegal substances – it triggers a reaction in the same part of the brain, scientists have revealed. Those smitten will produce an emotional response in the part of the grey matter normally involved with motivation and reward. Our brains have been hardwired to choose a mate, and we become so motivated to win them over that we are sometimes willing to go to extreme lengths.” w/ photos

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Top 7 Most Brutal Valentine’s Day Murders

“Valentine’s Day is all about love, and passion. But what happens when that love and passion take a turn for the worst? We’ve all heard the term ‘crime of passion’ and the following list is an extreme example of that term told in seven true stories. These seven people took that whole ‘love you to death’ thing really, really, seriously. This is a list of murders committed on Valentine’s Day that made the news in recent memory.” w/ photos

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