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  1. What's the most bizarre thing you've heard or experienced while boarding an aircraft or sitting inside one? I mean apart from the miles-high club, is there anything else that you may have found funny or alarming? Well, if not, here's something to feast your attention on. A female passenger onboard a PIA flight opened the emergency door thinking it was the toilet and put the entire plane in to a frenzy. The woman had gotten up from her seat to use the toilet when the aircraft was on the runway of the Manchester airport early Saturday morning. She went ahead and pressed the emergency button which opened the exit door to the plane instead. (c)Rueters “The PIA flight, PK 702, from Manchester to Islamabad was delayed by seven hours. The departure was delayed on Friday night when a passenger erroneously opened the emergency exit causing the emergency chute to activate,” A PIA spokesperson told the press. The incident took place when the plane was on the runway, ready to take off and all the passengers had to be offloaded from the plane, and their luggage was removed too. They were given hotels to stay in, as the flight was further delayed for seven hours. All because a woman couldn't read a sign that read 'Exit'. “As per standard operating procedure, the PIA had to offload nearly 40 passengers and their luggage,” - The PIA spokesperson added. (c)Pintrest Deploying an emergency slide during emergencies is not a very cheap ordeal for flights. The flights have to pay a huge amount of money, whenever the emergency chute is deployed, even though the emergency in this case was claimed while the plane was stationary. Well, we can't decide if this incident is funny or rather sad. We do agree the passengers were left in grave inconvenience when their flight was delayed, but people really have to learn to read signs better.
  2. You know what's more important than the way you dress, how you speak, the confidence you exude and the personality you carry? It's how you make a first impression on someone and that overtakes anything and everything you're trying to be or are. Making a first impression on an autopilot has to be good, duh, but that's not entirely your thing to decide. What I mean is, first impression is usually decided by a crowd around you or the person you're meeting for the first time and once that impression is made, you can't really change it, because no one really believes in second chances when it comes to first impressions. In fact, you might have heard the saying 'first impressions are last impression' and there is a lot of truth in that. © Eros International Making a first impression on a girl you're meeting for the first time is equally important. That's because if you're really in to her or meeting her for the first time, you really want to crank it up a bit and be the best version of yourself but you don't want to over-do it. You want to remain calm and subtle, ambitious and confident and someone she'll gel with easily. Here are 3 important things to keep a check on if you wish to make a good first impression in front of a woman you really like. (1) Stand Tall Well, literally and figuratively. By this I mean, don't stand in front of her with a hunched back because that denotes lack of confidence and dullness and you certainly don't want to give out those vibes. Correct your posture, stand tall and talk with extreme confidence when you do talk to her. Don't be over-confident. That's a really big turn off. Just be yourself and don't look down and talk to her. Look in to her eyes and make conversation, talk loud enough for her to hear you clearly and don't act cocky, boast or show off. She's on a lookout to spot these things in you and if she does, you're out bro. Just stand tall! © Pinterest (2) Don't Focus On Yourself Too Much I know it's a tough situation at times, especially when you're an introvert and you have to deal with anxiety every time you meet someone new. But the key is to not focus on making yourself comfortable as much as making the other person comfortable because when you make the other person feel comfortable, you automatically calm down because you both are calm and are within good energy together. The energy YOU HAVE created! By shifting your concern on someone else you shift focus on the knee deep anxiety that was making a home in you, while you were trying to make a good first impression. © Filmkraft Productions Pvt. Ltd (3) Be Good At Small Talk Of course if you meet her for the first time, you wouldn't divulge personal information, neither would you ask her to do the same. This is where small talk really comes in handy. If you start making small talk, you might catch her interest over something and then maybe you can start talking about that very topic. Small talk plays a crucial role in connecting with other people. Just keep the conversation flowing and unless you've stalked her before hand, ask her questions every now and then, through the small talk to get to know her better, before eventually making the conversation a bit more personal. © Eros Entertainment There are obviously other things you need to keep in mind to make a good first impression. For instance, always keep smiling, be on time and don't make the other person wait, be comfortable in your clothing, have an introduction prepared, don't ask too many personal questions in one go or talk shop all the time and most importantly, breath! If you follow through with these plus the important ones mentioned above, there is no way you can make a bad impression on her, or anyone else ever.
  3. On May 24th, people working in and around sector 18 of Cyber City got the shock of their lives, when they saw a woman standing on the edge of a five-storey building's terrace. According to reports and the videos and pictures people clicked, the woman was threatening to jump off the building. © for representation Turns out, it was the woman's office building, and she took this extreme step because she was upset that she was fired. Reportedly, she works at a private consultancy firm and was upset and sad that she wasn't confirmed after her probation period got over. When her colleagues heard about it, they rushed to the terrace and tried persuading her to come down. She threatened that she will jump off if the office management didn't hire her back as a permanent employee. In some pictures and video, there's a man who carefully approaches her and convinces her to come off the edge. © Twitter Inspector Vivek Kundu, SHO of Sector 18 police station told The Times Of India, "On May 24, when she got to know that the company was not hiring her as a permanent employee, following the end of her probation period, she threatened to kill herself." The woman came down only after the company assured to hire her back. According to the company manager, she wasn't hired after her probation because her performance wasn't satisfactory. However, according to the woman she was being punished for standing up against the management since "they did not have the proper environment for women empowerment." To all those people reading this story, threatening to kill oneself is not a solution to any problem. If someone is unhappy with your performance, prove them wrong with your hard work, instead of taking such extreme measures to get your job back. Please do not try to recreate what this woman did, this is not cool at all.
  4. If you have strong willpower, dedication and support, then you can even move mountains and Gujarat's 25-year-old Mittal Parmar, who passed her class 12th this year with flying colours, is proof of the same. In 2009, Mittal Parmar had to drop out of class X, due to financial problems. Her family couldn't afford funding her education anymore. "My father is a tailor and he could not afford my education. My mother fell ill for prolonged periods and there was no one in the family to take care of the house," she told The Indian Express. BCCL (For Representation) Ten years later, now at the age of 25, Mittal not only sat for the class 12th exam, but also scored 89.71% and 99.77 percentile. Mittal credits her husband Chetan Barot for inspiring and supporting her to get back to studies. Chetan was Mittal's classmate and they got married in 2016. Mittal, who was always good at studies, skipped class 11 and appeared for class 12 (Commerce) directly in the open category. She took tuitions while doing her household chores. "It is not how much you study, but how well you grasp. I resumed studies after almost a decade. It was bit difficult but then it all went well. This would not have been possible without the support from my husband and family," she added. BCCL (For representation) Mittal now dreams of becoming a CA one day. Sometimes, people fail to achieve their dreams despite having everything. And sometimes, people who have nothing end up making it big in life because they never allowed anything to come in the way of their goal.
  5. April Fools is far away, and yet we came across one of the best and sweetest pranks ever to be played on mommy dearest. A girl from Pakistan recently saw 'John Wick 3' and rekindled her love for Keanu Reeves, obviously, because he's so goddamn awesome! So, anyway, Zahra Haider, 32, fooled her 'Ammi' into believing something really improbable. What, you ask? Check it out here: Also I know none of you asked but here we are âºï¸ pic.twitter.com/04klmcbVYz — zeher (@haiderzs) 21 May 2019 She decided to prank her mother by texting her and telling her she's dating Keanu Reeves. And of course, her mother completely believed it because she has no idea who Keanu Reeves is! TIL that my mom has no idea who Keanu Reeves is, and I took full advantage. pic.twitter.com/gEVuEPwLlB — zeher (@haiderzs) 20 May 2019 (c)Twitter She described Reeves in the most fascinating way ever to her mother. She told him he doesn't believe in religion and is a bit 'older'. We're really cracking up here. (c)Twitter Imagine a desi mom being told the same. You'd be ducking from a flying chappal right about now. Ammi read her daughter's messages and in her naivety, said the sweetest thing ever! (c)Twitter Isn't she just so adorable? When Zahra posted these screenshots on Twitter, the online community loved her mother's response and gave her an apt celeb status. (c)Twitter Isn't she the coolest mom ever? Well, the Twitterati surely agrees. The level of acceptanceðð I would've gotten flying chappals — Mehreen Talha (@dramallama212) 21 May 2019 want a mom like that — Im Abeer. (@KabootarHunMain) 21 May 2019 her response is so softð­ï¿½ï¿½ — fffs (@gxzellex) 21 May 2019 Ohh but your mom is so sweet! — Dog Mother â(@SritikaDhar) 22 May 2019 Well this is just beautiful! Your mum is clearly a lovely human ðð¼ — Adam Gledhill (@adg_hobbit) 21 May 2019 Click here to read her entire thread.
  6. Online shopping has made our lives so much easier. You can buy whatever you want at the click of a button while sitting in the comfort of your rooms. But, at times, it happens that you buy something and realise that you don't need it anymore or just regret buying it. Something similar happened with Evie Schwerin, an Amazon Prime member. According to Geek Wire, Schwerin bought a product from Amazon and realised that she already had that product. Generally, when you buy something online, you return it within 30 days. That's the generic return policy most e-commerce portals have. Instagram In Schwerin's case, due to some issues, she was unable to return her product. So, after four failed attempts, she decided to take her complaint directly to the top and went directly to CEO Jeff Bezos to return the purchase. Bezos was having an annual shareholder meeting in Seattle and during the Q&A session, the woman said: "Could you please return this for me?" Bezos was quick to respond and his reply was epic, "My apologies that you had to use this unusual venue to accomplish what should be a much simpler task. We'll also look into the root cause of why that happened." Bezos then went on to ask, "Anybody else have anything they need to return?" That's a good idea, actually. If only someone can fund our trip to Seattle, we too can probably go and return the products directly to Bezos.
  7. No matter how bizarre a hack is, as long as it works it's absolutely fine. At least that's what I have learned from people around me. And we Indians seem to have acquired the special talent of being a pro at 'jugaad'. Think of the most unimaginable hack possible and chances are that an Indian would have tried and tested that hack to his benefit already. Just like this hack of using cow dung to keep a car cool in the scorching heat. And when I say use it, I mean changing the car's colour to brown. FYI, the car in question is a Toyota Corolla Altis, the road price of which starts from Rs 16 lakh (approx) © Facebook In what can be rightly called the 'coolest' hack ever, a woman in Ahmedabad coated her entire car with cow dung, as the temperature shot up to 45 degrees. Thanks to Facebook user Rupesh Gauranga Das for sharing the pictures with us, and enlightening us with this ingenious hack. According to his post, the car owner is from Ahmedabad, but the car's number plate states that the car is from Maharashtra. South Bombay to be specific. Das wrote in his post, "Best use of cow dung I have ever seen. It's in Amdavad. To counter 45 degrees heat temperatures and protect car from getting hot, Mrs Sejal shah has plastered her car with cow dung. Getting cool." For those wondering how effective the trick is, cow dung is actually a kind of insulator that blocks the heat of the outer surface from getting into the inner surface. That's the reason a lot of people in rural areas coat the outer walls of their houses with cow dung, to keep their house cool. And here we thought parking our car under the shade of a tree will do the job.
  8. Alright, if you think you've seen all the crazy PUBG Mobile addiction stories, then just wait till you hear this one. Ready for it? So, a 19-year-old woman from Ahmedabad wants to leave her husband to go live with, wait for it, her new-found PUBG gaming partner. She started playing PUBG a few months ago and got hooked to the game. There's nothing wrong with gaming, but this woman is seriously addicted. She called up 181 Abhayam women helpline seeking help to get a divorce. Falguni Patel, a coordinator at Abhayam said, “The girl called 181 and told us that she wants to be at a women's observation home as it is not working out with her husband nor she wanted to go to her parents' home as they had taken away her cell phone”. But when she was told that she won't be allowed to use her mobile phone inside the home, she dropped the idea. Later, during a counselling session, she revealed that she wanted to move in with her gaming buddy who she met in-game while playing PUBG. Apparently, Counsellor Sonal Sagathiya advised the woman to reconsider her decision. She was told that this 'man', who she met online, wasn't predictable and she was also advised to give her extreme step a thought as she had a baby to take care of. © PUBG Obviously, as a helpline, the Abhayam counselors didn't force a decision on the woman. They just advised her and gave her alternate options to consider. Well, we just hope she did the right thing and decided to stay back with her husband and take care of the kid. This kind of addiction isn't anything new, as people have literally gotten arrested and even lost their lives while playing this game. While the game developer Tencent is taking active measures to save kids from addiction, we think even adults need to keep their usage in check. Source - Indian Express
  9. Sometimes confidence takes time to build, especially if you're an introvert or shy. You can lose your confidence when you think your self-esteem is at stake and nothing you do can help you bring it back. The thing is, confidence comes back when you need it to and there are ways to work around that. For instance, if you feel like you're low on confidence while talking to a girl, there are things to keep in mind or do, to increase your level of confidence. But remember, it does not happen overnight and takes some amount of effort to work on the same. © Pintrest So, the next time you're at a bar and see someone you really like and want to approach but think you lack confidence, it can be made easy. Talking to girls isn't that tough TBH. It's not a piece of cake either but with the right amount of self-assurance and belief, you can make it rather easy for you, because inherently, man is a social animal! So, here are 3 things you can do to work on your level of confidence, before approaching a woman, to talk to her: (1) Start Engaging With Strangers Nope, I don't mean that in a creepy way. When I say engage with strangers I mean, start talking to people you don't know, around you. I don't mean stalk someone or harass someone, but if you engage with anyone outside of your comfort zone, it helps you exercise and acknowledge your confidence. If you're at a store or even walking down the street, you can start a conversation with anyone about anything of relevance. © Pintrest Approach a support staff at a restaurant, or a customer service staff member at a store and ask help for finding something, or an opinion on a product. While at a restaurant, have a conversation with the waiter about the best dishes they have to offer. Basically, just engage in usual banter with absolute strangers. This gives you the ability to talk to more people and makes you comfortable in holding conversations socially. (2) Start Having Smaller Interactions Now that you've built some confidence in starting a conversation with someone and have strengthened your social skills a little, start having conversations with people around you, not necessarily with the girl you like. Build your social skills further by having some meaningful interactions. If you're at a social setting, approach a group of people and start a conversation on an interesting topic. © Pintrest If you're joining a group discussion, definitely have your opinion ready and get responses from people. Talk to people at work and engage them in conversations. This exercise will make it easier for you to converse without holding back and checking twice on the approach of your confidence. Once you establish proper social and interaction skills, you're ready to go on ahead and talk to anyone! (3) Give Your Conversation A Purpose & Make Eye Contact Now that you've moulded your social skills, it's good to head out into public spaces and try and approach women. If you like to head to a bar and meet women, that's a perfect setting because that's where maximum engagement happens with the opposite ***. Apart from dating apps, which are easier to access if you want to talk to women, public places have certain nuances that you have to keep in check before approaching someone. You body language, for instance, has to be on point or else it's one of the first things to turn someone off. © Pintrest When you're approaching someone, make sure you establish adequate eye-contact. If you make eye contact with a girl you like, it's easier to approach her, knowing she's interested too. Just be sure not to stare and know the difference between mutual eye contact and constantly staring at her. If she's interested she will keep making eye contact with you. When you do approach her, start a good conversation and don't even think of using pick up lines. They're not cool and she will definitely run away. Start by asking how her day was perhaps and take it away from there and if she's interested in the conversation, she will definitely stay instead of making excuses to go back to doing what she was. Give your conversations a purpose and don't make them arbit or sleazy! Building confidence to talk to women isn't rocket science really. It just needs some amount of homework and belief in yourself, along with a few exercises to get you there!
  10. Yesterday, we came across Babu Muddrappa, an auto driver in Bengaluru who took an abandoned pregnant woman to hospital, paid her medical bills and even took care of the baby as his own, when her mother fled. We salute Babu for everything he did for the mother and the baby. People like Babu are rare to find, but not impossible and this brings us to another unsung hero of our society, Maqbool. In case you didn't know, there is a curfew going on in riot-hit Hailakandi, Assam. In the ongoing communal clashes, Maqbool, with prayers on his lips, drove his auto-rickshaw as fast as he could to take a pregnant Hindu woman to hospital. © Pexels If there was a face for the idiom, "A friend in need is a friend indeed", it will probably be Maqbool's, who helped his neighbour Rubon Das and his wife Nandita in the time of crisis. Rubon was desperately calling his near and dear ones to help him arrange for an ambulance to take his wife to hospital, "I was trying to calm my wife down saying someone will surely come to take us to hospital in Hailakandi town." Nandita's pain increased, but no help came for them in the curfew hit area. © Pexels At that time, Maqbool heard Rubon's story and without thinking twice he rushed to his residence with his auto-rickshaw. Maqbool was only worried about whether he will make it in time or not, while speeding through the roads. He said, "I was trying to comfort them…. telling them everything will be fine. But I myself was praying." Thanks to Maqbool, Nandita who was in an advanced stage of labour, could reach the hospital on time and give birth to a boy who they have now named, 'Shanti'. Honestly, there couldn't have been a better name than that. © Pexels "We need more such examples of Hindu-Muslim unity and amity," said Hailakandi Deputy Commissioner Keerthi Jalli, when she visited the new-born baby and the parents. She also congratulated Maqbool for helping his friend in the time of distress. Just when we think the society has become selfish and heartless, where no one wants to help one another; some people come around and make this world a better place to live in with their selfless acts of kindness.
  11. In a society where people don't want to 'meddle' or interfere in others' affairs, even if that 'affair' means someone dying on the road, can we imagine people going out of their way to help someone who is a complete stranger? Can we imagine someone coming forward to actually help instead of clicking pictures and recording videos? Ask yourself guys, How often have you gone beyond your way to help a stranger? But, Babu Muddrappa is different and probably that's the reason he deserves all our respect. © BCCL Babu Muddrappa, just like any other day, was driving his auto in Bengaluru. On April 15, while looking for passengers, his life changed in a way even he didn't expect. Babu saw a pregnant woman lying on the road, screaming in pain. Although there were a lot of people standing around the woman, nobody came forward to help. So without thinking twice, Muddrappa rushed the pregnant woman to a nearby hospital, but due to lack of facilities she was referred to CV Raman Hospital. Since the woman could barely speak and refused to give details about her family, Babu admitted her with whatever money he had at the moment. © Pexels Thanks to Babu's selflessness, the woman reached the hospital in time and gave birth to a baby girl. However, what happened next broke our heart, but also raised our respect for Babu. The baby was facing trouble breathing and the mother had abandoned the baby and fled the hospital. Babu wrapped the baby in a cloth and drove his auto as fast as he could, to take her to another hospital in Shivajinagar for better treatment. He used all his savings to admit the baby and took care of her like his own child, while praying to God for her health. From getting milk for the baby every day, taking care of all the hospital bills to going to police stations in search of the missing mother, Babu did everything he could in his capacity. © Pexels However, after a few days, the baby's condition deteriorated and she passed away. He told The Logical Indian, "My heart broke. I decided to bury the baby myself, along with some police officers. In those few days, I had developed love and fondness for the baby." He further said, "I do not know if the woman who fled will ever be found, or what will follow. While I feel sad every time I think of the little girl who died, I am also aware that I did everything in my power to help both the mother and the child." People like Babu Muddrappa make this world a better place to live in.
  12. The idea of delivering something over drones seemed impossible a few years ago. But with the ability to reach inaccessible places that are either too dangerous or very expensive, drone delivery has proven its worth time and again over the years. On the same lines, a custom-made drone has delivered a life-saving kidney to a woman who waited 8 years for a transplant. That's right, a Baltimore woman is now the proud owner of a kidney, which was the first organ to be delivered via a drone. It was a successful transplant, so, yet another successful delivery in the books. Yay! The kidney was flown via a custom-made drone with eight rotors. The kidney was kept is a special cooler and it was flown from a location in West Baltimore a few miles to the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), where it was successfully implanted in a 44-year-old woman. The fact that the delivery helped a woman who had spent the previous eight years on dialysis makes it all the more special. It's worth pointing out that teams from UMMC had previously shown that an organ could be transported via a drone. However, this was the first time an organ was implanted successfully after a flight. The flight only last for about 10 minutes. © YouTube “This whole thing is amazing,” the 44-year-old woman said. "Years ago, this was not something that you would think about." The project was led by Joseph Scalea, who was also one of the surgeons who performed the transplant. He believes that drone delivery can streamline the system of getting organs to patients. According to him, shaving a few hours off the delivery time of organs could mean that up to 2,500 more such organs become viable for implantation. Of course, drone delivery as a trustworthy method of transportation still needs a lot of work, but we truly believe that this is a good start.
  13. There hasn't been a crazy PUBG Mobile news about people getting arrested, or someone losing their life playing the game in a long time. Yes, we thought the PUBG Mobile addiction storm had settled, until we heard the news about this crazy woman who's now seeking a divorce from her husband. Why, you ask? Well, it looks like he attempted to stop her from playing the game. As bizarre as it sounds, we hate to admit that it's a real thing. A woman in the UAE has sought a divorce from her husband over a battle royale game. Welcome to 2019? According to Gulf News, the director of the social center at Ajman Police, Captain Wafa Khalil Al Hosani told that they recently received this case where a woman in her 20s wanted to divorce her husband over not being allowed to play PUBG Mobile. Apparently, the husband noticed his wife's increasing addiction to the game. He then decided to stop her from playing it so she could focus on the family. The woman, according to the captain, justified her demand for divorce by saying that she was being deprived of her right to choose her means of entertainment. She said, “she derived pleasure and comfort from the game”. © Tencent She also noted that her game timings were well under limits, and she had disabled the chat option to stay away from strangers during the games. The man, however, maintained his stand and noted said he wasn't trying to deprive her of anything. He just wanted to take the necessary measures and keep the family together. He clearly didn't see the divorce coming, did he?
  14. The Apple Watch has some handy features that have helped save lives in the past. The Apple Watch Series 4 has a new feature called “Fall Detection” which basically detects when the user takes a hard fall. The feature taps the user's wrists and sounds an alarm so that it can catch a bystander's attention. Having said that, you're not always around people that can help which is why the fall detection feature can also notify local emergency services. © Apple The way it works is that if after taking a fall a user does not respond or is unconscious for more than a minute, the Apple Watch directly contacts emergency services and sends your location to the authorities. This feature helped save a Norwegian man's life a few months ago. © Apple The feature came in handy yet again when an 80-year-old woman fell in her apartment in Haidhausen, Munich. The woman fell and lost consciousness which in turn resulted in an automatic call being placed to Emergency Services. This is what the Munich Fire Department had to say: “Last night, an 80-year-old woman fell into her apartment and, thanks to her watch, unconsciously dropped off a necessary emergency call. Her watch was equipped with a fall detection system and alerted the emergency services after the fall. A dispatcher in the integrated control centre accepted the emergency call. He heard a band announcement telling him that a person had fallen heavily. Likewise, the clock transmitted the coordinates of the scene of the accident. The police used the data to identify an address to which an ambulance had been alerted. The ambulance crew found that the door was locked and the retiree could not open it. Then they called for the fire department, which opened the apartment door by force. During this action, the smartwatch alarmed the son, who had deposited his phone number as an emergency number. Since the woman was not injured, the ambulance crew cared her only until the arrival of the son. He took over the further care.” © Apple Not only did the Apple Watch notify emergency services, but it also notified the woman's son who arrived in time to see her get treated. The woman did not require hospitalisation because of the timely response by the Emergency Services. Had there been no Apple Watch, the injuries could have been severe, as the woman was unconscious. Source: Appleinsider
  15. We live in strange times and weird things happen around us all the time. However, things become even more mind-boggling when stranger things begin to make sense. In 2016, we heard a Meerut based cleric report that his wife was threatening to commit suicide if he didn't shave off his beard. If you find that weird, then read this. A Times Now report has shared that a 23-year-old woman from Madhya Pradesh has filed for divorce from her husband, because her 25-year-old partner refused to shave and bathe for 7-8 days at a stretch. (c) Reliance Entertainment The couple married last year, and upon hearing their mutual plea, the Bhopal family court has asked them to live separately for six months before granting them a divorce decree. via GIPHY A court counsellor Shail Awasthi told PTI, “Women now-a-days are separating from their husband over petty issues. This woman, who hails from Barigarh near Bhopal, complained that her husband stinks and when she asks him to bathe, he wears perfume to beat the odour.” via GIPHY Well, that's something. And regardless of the absurd premise for seeking divorce, it kind of still makes sense. In a way, this is sort of a life lesson for men to take their personal grooming needs more seriously. As we can see, nowadays even grooming or lack of it can make or break the deal, and honestly no woman or man likes a stinking, shabby partner. So, we can't really blame this woman, can we?
  16. Do you happen to remember that really hilarious scene in the TV series 'Friends', where Joey wears all of Chandler's clothes, including his boxers, just because they were in an argument? Well, of course, you remember, that scene. It's downright funny and we've seen it at least ten times already! But here, you can still refresh your memory: Why are we even taking about this scene? Well, because a woman did something similar with her clothes and we think she pulled off a 'Joey' pretty damn well! A woman in Manchester pulled off a Joey by wearing at least 4kg of clothes on her because the flight she was booked in gave her a tough time! 30-year-old Natalie Wynn was travelling to Fuerteventura via a flight with a friend and the airline official weighed her bag and found out it was 9.4 kilos, which was 3.4 kilos more than the actual limit. The woman was given no choice than to pay £65, which is INR 5,800. She obviously refused to pay such an exorbitant amount and started emptying her bags and wearing all her clothes one by one! © Instagram “I put on four dresses, two pairs of shorts, I tied a dress around my neck, put a skirt on, I shoved two dresses down the dresses I had on, and two pairs of shoes as well, and a cardigan” she told a popular international publication. With so many clothes on, it wasn't easy for her to breath and it was significantly hot but people around her were cheering for her, so that gave her hope to travel wearing all her luggage! “There were people around us cheering us on because after I did it my friend decided she would do it too because her baggage was also overweight. We were definitely a sight walking on to the plane” she added. © Instagram While other passengers did offer Natalie some space in their luggage for her clothes, the airline officials didn't allow that. So Natalie had no choice really but to face the heat and that too quite literally! But as soon as she got on the plane, she started taking the extra clothes off one by one and it was quite a task. She had to do it because otherwise, she would have passed out from the heat! © Instagram This is seriously such a great reminder of the iconic show, which we still happen to catch once every while! Looking at Natalie's dedication to resolve this matter by wearing all her clothes instead, one of the airline spokespeople said, "later this month we are increasing our hand baggage allowance to 8kg. This will hopefully help her travel a little less like Joey from 'Friends' next time!” © Instagram Well, good job Nat! You actually changed some airline rules around by pulling off the Joey stunt. So proud of you!
  17. Jammu voted yesterday, in its first phase of the Lok Sabha elections and while it all went smoothly, there was more to casting votes in that space. There was unity and love amidst people while the elections were on and we know this because an 83-year-old woman by the name of Satya Devi came to cast her vote and the CRPF soldiers walked quietly with her, holding her hand while she was on her way to the ballots. As the elderly woman was preparing to step on the ramp, the CRPF jawan told her 'dheere dheere aaiye', making it a remarkably endearing moment in the history of Jammy casting votes. Watch the video here: CRPF women personnel help an elderly lady to enter the polling booth. Gandhinagar, Jammu. "Dheer Dheere aaiye," the soldier adds. @crpfindia pic.twitter.com/zn9rgn7Q9z — Pooja Shali (@PoojaShali) 11 April 2019 Satya Devi also held up an inked finger post voting. © Indiatimes Soon after this video made its way through Twitter, people sent their love and reactions, while praising CRPF. ð@crpfindia ð — ARUN (@ManhasArun) 11 April 2019 Salute — NikhilSharma Ranyal (@NikhilS43216872) 11 April 2019 माता à¤à¥ à¤à¤¼à¤à¥à¤¬à¥ à¤à¥ सलाम। ð®ð³ð — INDIAN ð®ð³ Vikrant Singh (@_VikrantSingh) 11 April 2019 This should inspire everyone to vote! — Mr Certitude (@Swapzz) 11 April 2019 This is the true spirit of India !!! Youngsters watch this and make it a huge turnout all over India !!! Jai Hind !! Also salute to our forces @crpfindia . — Kalpana Prasad (@KalpanaPrasad03) 11 April 2019 Wah... à¤à¤¯ हिनà¥à¤¦ — à¤à¤°à¥à¤£ 400+ (.पà¥à¤°à¥à¤µà¤¾à¤à¤à¤² à¤à¤¾ à¤à¤¿à¤¸à¤¾à¤¨ )..New India (@b41eeb16ad18476) 11 April 2019 We hope many such instances around the country make it to social media to encourage more people, old and young to vote sensibly. J&K has 6 Lok Sabha seats but only Jammu and Baramulla elected members to the lower house of parliament yesterday.
  18. Yesterday was a huge day for people who celebrate science. It'll go down in history as a day when the first ever real image of black hole was revealed. But you know what? It's an even bigger day for female scientists across the globe because our first direct look at a black hole, though a bit blurry, is courtesy of a young lady named Katie Bouman. That's right, we earthlings got to see an image of the black hole as seen through the eyes of the Event Horizon Telescope, which is essentially an array of eight radio telescopes around the world working together. Left: MIT computer scientist Katie Bouman w/stacks of hard drives of black hole image data. Right: MIT computer scientist Margaret Hamilton w/the code she wrote that helped put a man on the moon. (image credit @floragraham)#EHTblackhole #BlackHoleDay #BlackHole pic.twitter.com/Iv5PIc8IYd — MIT CSAIL (@MIT_CSAIL) April 10, 2019 The MIT Grad, Katie, was still in school when she helped develop a computer program that created the image of the black hole. She was also the one who led testing to verify the images, which by itself is a huge task. The data from eight of those telescopes were collected on hundreds of hard drives and flown in to a central processing center. It was apparently set across manually because there was too much of it to send over the internet. It was in June last year, when all the data had arrived at the center. While speaking to Time, Katie said, “We all watched as the images appeared on our computers“. The ring came so easily. It was unbelievable.” © Event Horizon Telescope Six years ago when Katie had joined the team, she apparently didn't know a thing about black holes. After all, her background was from computer science and electrical engineering. That, however, didn't keep her away from “coming up with ways to see or measure things that are invisible,” she said. As soon as the first image of black hole was revealed, an image showing Katie next to a stack of hard drives went viral, and rightfully so. This woman deserves all the recognition. Bouman hasn't spoken to anyone else, but she CNN that “No one of us could've done it alone. It came together because of lots of different people from many backgrounds.” Congratulations to Katie Bouman to whom we owe the first photograph of a black hole ever. Not seeing her name circulate nearly enough in the press. Amazing work. And here's to more women in science (getting their credit and being remembered in history) ð¥ð¥âï¸ pic.twitter.com/wcPhB6E5qK — Tamy Emma Pepin (@TamyEmmaPepin) April 10, 2019 Interestingly, Bouman delivered a TED Talk back in 2016 called “How to take a picture of a black hole”, where she noted that the first ever picture of a black hole will come down to an international team of scientists, an Earth-sized telescope and an algorithm to put all the data together and reveal the final image.
  19. MacKenzie Bezos, the woman who became the world's third richest woman overnight. Well, not quite. MacKenzie had been married to Amazon founder and world's richest man Jeff Bezos for the last 26 years, which made them the richest couple in the world. So, the woman had been rich, as well as a billionaire even before Jeff and MacKenzie parted ways and headed for what would turn out to be the 'world's most expensive divorce'. (c) Twitter Earlier today, MacKensie announced that post her divorce, she now owns company shares that are worth over 35 billion dollars, or over Rs 24 lakh crore, which sure made her a whole lot richer overnight. While Jeff Bezos has been always making news every other day, MacKenzie had stayed out of the spotlight for most part, until today. Here is everything we know about her. She's A Celebrated Novelist (c) Twitter MacKenzie is a noted American novelist, who won an American Book Award for her debut novel 'The Testing of Luther Albright' (2005). MacKenzie started writing at an early age and had even written a 142-page book as a 6-year-old. She studied Creative Writing at Princeton University and has authored two novels till date, 'The Testing of Luther Albright' and 'Traps'. Nobel Prize Winning Author Toni Morrison Called Her “One Of The Best Students” (c) Twitter In 1992, Nobel Prize winner author Toni Morrison took MacKenzie as a research assistant for her novel 'Jazz', while the latter was studying at Princeton. In an interview with Vogue, Morrison said that Bezos was "one of the best students I've ever had in my creative-writing classes ... really one of the best." She reportedly also found a literary agent for MacKenzie. Jeff Bezos & MacKenzie's Love Story Jeff and Mackenzie first met when Jeff was interviewing for the position of administrative assistant at the hedge fund D.E. Shaw & Co. in New York. MacKenzie happened to be the first interviewee for the role, which she had taken up to pay the bills while she worked on her novels. At the time, MacKenzie was 23, and Jeff 30. (c) Twitter In an interview with Vogue in 2013, she told the magazine, “My office was next door to his, and all day long I listened to that fabulous laugh. How could you not fall in love with that laugh?” Within months of their first date, the couple got engaged and eventually married in 1993. She Played A Pivotal Role In Amazon's Launch (c) Twitter It is said that when Jeff and MacKenzie first moved to Seattle to launch Amazon in 1994, MacKenzie worked as one of the company's first accountants. She even used to ship early order, besides handling many other aspects of the company. Once the brand found its footing, she stepped back and began focusing on her writing. The Jeff & MacKenzie Bezos Family (c) Twitter Jeff and MacKenzie have three sons and a daughter who were adopted by the couple from China. To this day, Jeff and MacKensie are very private about this aspect of their life. MacKenzie once told Vogue magazine that she and Jeff are hands-on parents and experiment with various parenting and education techniques. “We tried all sorts of things, including off-season travel, kitchen-science experiments, chicken incubation, Mandarin lessons, the Singapore math program, and lots of clubs and sports with other neighborhood kids,” she was quoted as saying by the magazine. pic.twitter.com/OJWn3OOLS6 — MacKenzie Bezos (@mackenziebezos) April 4, 2019 However, today MacKenzie has officially parted ways with her ex-husband. While the announcement stated that they would “continue our shared lives as friends,” the final divorce settlement, which was finalised earlier today, hasn't come at a marginal cost. As per Forbes, with $35 billion in her bank account, MacKenzie Bezos is now world's third-richest woman after divorce. All in all, MacKenzie Bezos would be the world's 26th richest person after her expensive divorce from Jeff Bezos.
  20. Amazon founder and world's richest man, Jeff Bezos, has finally settled the long talked-about divorce with wife MacKenzie Bezos, making it the world's most expensive divorce ever. Earlier this year, on 9th January Jeff Bezos took to his Twitter account to announce the couple's impending divorce, after 26 years of marriage. pic.twitter.com/Gb10BDb0x0 — Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) January 9, 2019 While the announcement stated that they would “continue our shared lives as friends,” the final divorce settlement, which was finalised a few hours ago, hasn't come at a marginal cost. Post her divorce, MacKenzie now owns company shares that are worth over 35 billion dollars, or over Rs 3500 crore. pic.twitter.com/OJWn3OOLS6 — MacKenzie Bezos (@mackenziebezos) April 4, 2019 As per Forbes, that makes MacKenzie Bezos world's third richest woman after divorce. L'Oréal's Francoise Bettencourt Meyers is the world's richest woman with 52.9 billion dollars to her name, while Walmart's Alice Walton is the second-richest with 45 billion dollars in her bank account. All in all, MacKenzie Bezos would be the world's 26th richest person after her expensive divorce from Jeff Bezos. © Twitter We wonder where this leaves Jeff Bezos now. It has been announced that Jeff will continue to retain 75 percent of his stock in the company following the divorce. The divorce shall not take away Jeff's influence over the workings of Amazon. He will continue to be the largest shareholder in the company. © Twitter While Jeff Bezos is one of the world's most successful businessmen with Amazon, MacKensie, too, is an accomplished author who won an American Book Award for her debut novel 'The Testing of Luther Albright'. We wish the couple well for the future that awaits them.
  21. Love is supposed to empower us and make us a better version of ourselves. However, love turning into an obsession can turn one of life's most beautiful dreams into an everlasting nightmare. There are many faces of one-sided love, and we might have been witness to some ourselves. Be it Rahul from 'Darr' or Sunder from 'Raanjhanaa' obsessive lovers have existed both in real as well as reel-life. © Facebook But while the reel-life obsessive lovers make for strong topics of critique or discourse, experiencing this sort of insane obsession in real-life can make the very feeling of affection spread like acid within a person's heart, destroying every good feeling in its way, and make living life a thousand times more difficult. Such is the story of Laxmi Agarwal, who is one of India's most prominent faces of acid attack survivors, who was caught between the love and obsession of a young man, who lost sight of all reason and logic once he laid eyes on her. © Facebook Laxmi was just 15-years-old when her stalker Naeem Khan changed her life forever. Laxmi belonged to a middle-class family in Delhi and dreamt of making it big as a singer one day. But little did she know that Khan was getting obsessed with her with every passing day, and would soon propose marriage. But that is exactly how things unravelled, and Naeem confessed his love to Laxmi and asked her to marry him. Since Laxmi didn't feel the same way she rejected the proposal without realising the repercussions of being honest about her feelings. © Facebook Naeem continued to pursue Laxmi, and she kept turning down his advances. So in 2005, one day while Laxmi was headed to a bookshop in South Delhi, Naeem accompanied by two of his friends attacked Laxmi and poured acid over her face and body on Tughlaq Road. The next few months and years melted away in pain and suffering. While Laxmi lay on the road after getting attacked, nobody came forward to help here initially. It was only later when a taxi driver came forward and took her to Safdarjung Hospital. © Facebook For the next three months immediately after the attack, Laxmi underwent multiple surgeries. And over the years, Laxmi has reclaimed not only her life, but also made a difference in how our society sees and treats acid attack survivors. In 2006 she filed a PIL in the Supreme Court, seeking a complete ban on acid sale. In 2013, the court order implementation of restrictions on the sale of acid. She also became an active campaigner in the Stop Acid Attack movement. Moreover, Laxmi founded Stop Sale Acid, which is a campaign against acid violence and the sale of acid. She was recently awarded the International Women Empowerment Award 2019 for this campaign. In 2014 she was awarded the International Women of Courage award by US First Lady Michelle Obama. © Wikipedia She even fell in love with Stop Acid Attack co-founder Alok Dixit and gave birth to their daughter Pihu. However, they parted ways in the following years due to personal differences and today Laxmi is bringing up her daughter as a strong, single mother. Earlier today Deepika Padukone shared the first look of her upcoming film 'Chhapaak' which is based on Laxmi's real-life story. Deepika's character will be known as Malti in the film which is being directed by Meghna Gulzar. 'Chhapaak' goes on the floors today in New Delhi, and is set to release on 10th January 2020. © Facebook Laxmi's life may have been riddled with pain and struggles, but with every passing day, she is pushing through and giving hope to every other acid attack survivor in the country. She is an inspiration that faith and grit can help us overcome everything.
  22. Now that you've found your way here, I am pretty glad. Yes, I know why you clicked on this article in the first place. It could be sheer curiosity, enthusiasm or just plain 'ol knowledge but since you're here, let me tell ways that are appropriate on how to get a girl wet this Holi. And by 'wet', I mean with water and colours and everything else Holi stands for. Why do you need to know these so-called guidelines? Because women are genuinely tired of telling men to stop groping them in the name of playing Holi, just so they can escape sheer humiliation and despair on a festival that summarises fun in every spectacular way possible. © Eros International While I am sure you all have your manners and your hands in place, there are still some instances when you'd go all out to tease your crush with colours, or try and pour a bucket of water on that 'hot' aunty, but lads, let me tell you one thing; while you suspect no one's really watching you unravel your horniest instinct on one of the most sacrosanct festivals in the country, women do have their eyes and their conscience open. How? Because it's 2019 and there's no possible escape route for you than to adhere to some guidelines, while you're out playing Holi with women, you know or may not know. So, here's how you get a woman wet this Holi: (1) Stick To The Face When you're at a Holi party or gathering, you're mostly going with the flow and applying colour to whoever comes before you. At that moment, you usually forget that while applying colours, you're also initiating 'touch' and while that's festive and enduring, it can also classify as 'inappropriate' if it's not welcomed. So, in case you're smearing colour on a woman, stick to the face, her cheeks mostly. Don't go beyond that, unless you two are absolutely comfortable with it. Because once you disobey THIS guideline, it's going to be serious hell for you, if she finds your actions inappropriate I.E. © Eros International (2) How Many Balloons Are Too Many Balloons? Nope, no double entendres here mate. By balloons, I mean water balloons. While they're fun to play with, water balloons shouldn't be fired at anyone without consent TBH. Well, if you're playing with a group of people, consent flows naturally because you all partake in the celebrations, but if you're in 'Counter-Strike' mode, hiding on your balcony and aiming balloons at neighbours by secretly turning into a peeping tom for the night, it's a pretty bad idea. No one likes to be hit with balloons when they're not playing with you. Even at a gathering, be mindful of how and where you throw a balloon on a woman and I am pretty sure you know what I mean by that. © BCCL (3) If She Doesn't Want To Drink, Respect That While you may enjoy alcohol and bhaang on Holi, a lot of people just want to have some casual fun and not get too intoxicated. Your job is to respect that and not shove a glass of bhaang down someone's gullet, just because it's Holi. If she says she doesn't want to drink, don't underestimate that and think maybe she's just being shy. No, she isn't because if she wanted to drink, she would. So, be mindful when she says no to alcohol, or anything else. © Pinterest (4) If You're Roaming About As a Group Of Boys, Don't Harass Women On The Streets This one's a common activity women are subjected to every Holi. It's true because a lot of women I know go through sheer harassment from a bunch of boys doing the rounds, drunk, on Holi. If you're drunk or intoxicated on bhaang, it's advisable to celebrate the festival in a space that's not an inconvenience to the others. But if you're going about harassing women, throwing colours or water on them without consent, then you shouldn't be playing at all! © Pinterest (5) Keep Your Eggs, Grease, Mud & Strong Colours To Yourself If you're out and about carrying any of the above, in the name of fun, I suggest don't play with women. You can keep the horrible extravaganza limited to some boy fun instead. No one, I repeat no one fancies a greasy-colour-bath or a handful of mud on their face or anywhere else on their body. It's really gross and horrible and no one wants to be subjected to it. © Pinterest So, there you go, a short but precise guide on how to play Holi appropriately with your gang or any gang of girls and get them wet in a manner they'd truly appreciate. Thank us later!
  23. For all who swear by Uber India, another episode of verbal harassment killed the sweet joy-ride for a woman and her husband, who'd taken the cab on a hot sultry day in the national capital. The woman, Amrita Das, who is a Delhi-based-journalist, experienced lewd comments and misbehaviour from the Uber driver, while she and her husband were travelling in his cab. She took to Twitter to share her ordeal. © Twitter "Rude and creepy driver. I demand action. First, he refused to turn on the air conditioner, then says garmi lag rahi hai to aage mere godi me baith jao [If you are feeling hot then come and sit on my lap]. He also ended the trip, moments after starting to drive and forced me out. This is when I was with husband," she tweeted. @Uber_Delhi @Uber @Uber_Support rude and creepy driver. I demand action. First he refused to turn on ac then says garmi lag rahi hai to age mere godi me baith jao. He also ended trip moments after starting to drive and forced me out. This is when I was with husband. @DelhiPolice pic.twitter.com/qE40ib3B5d — Amrita D (@amritadas) 19 March 2019 And yes, Uber did respond to her Tweet but it was not the kind of response we were hoping for. They said: "We're so sorry to hear about this. Our team has recently responded via email. Please reply there if you have additional questions." We're so sorry to hear about this. Our team has recently responded via email. Please reply there if you have additional questions! — Uber Support (@Uber_Support) 19 March 2019 This isn't the first time an Uber driver has shown misconduct towards a female passenger in Delhi. There have been numerous cases reported of women being molested or being talked back rudely to, while riding an Uber. Just recently Mallika Dua encountered an Uber driver who chose to abuse her when she asked him to increase the temperature of the air conditioning. But this incident with Amrita Das is a new low altogether, wherein the Uber driver isn't just insulting her request, he's being lewd and inappropriate with her as well. Although, Uber has received the complaint, just like always, their complacency over this matter will also rule the roost, just like the rest of them have in the past. They probably won't take action against the driver and he'll carry on driving in the city, passing horrible remarks to other women who hail his cab. © Twitter The need of the hour is for Uber to step up on their hiring operations and also take vital responsibility towards several complaints they receive about their drivers. The drivers should be thoroughly scanned before they are hired and if they misbehave, they should definitely be fired, on the ground. We're not sure why Uber dictates such apathy towards these issues but we're hopeful they'll change their ways soon before something more drastic happens. Meanwhile, Twitter came out in support of Amrita and this is what most of them had to say: Worst part is..Uber doesn't have an emergency contact number in India.. happened to us as well...hope you are okay.. — Naren (@shipsdeet) 19 March 2019 This is serious. No response from @DelhiPolice @DelhiTrafficPol ? Don't hesitate in filing a police complaint. @Uber_Support Do you not verify drivers' credentials before hiring? @Uppolice and @uptrafficpolice also need to look into the matter, since the car has no. plate of UP — Half Expert (@akul_nishant) 19 March 2019 @Uber_Support Taking this particular driver as reference, I'd like to know how do you ensure something like this does not happen again? Is he going to be let off with a warning? Or sacked? Or sensitised? What are the concrete steps you're taking to make your riders feel safe? — Abhishek Sinha (@raptorhands) 19 March 2019 Sick and tired of @Uber_Delhi drivers. No action taken even after having multiple harrowing experiences. Sack this driver! — Dylan San Delo (@theparambhole16) 19 March 2019 Uber has gone worst in NCR. If u'd ask to turn on AC, they'll lecture you on whether. Cab drivers in their 'prime category' are even worst. — Piyush Hans (@HansPiyush) 19 March 2019 That's why girls still hesitate to travel alone.. When will this change ð — Divya Sharma (@DivyaSh92292336) 19 March 2019 Why @DelhiPolice u aren't responding U must learn from @MumbaiPolice who are prompt in responding to public calls, they respond to even every smallest tweet — âsâ (@arieotic) 20 March 2019 Sorry from @Uber_Support isn't an answer. @DelhiPolice must take action against the driver. https://t.co/ENCI3ty20t — Mohd Mustaquim (@Mustaquimm) 20 March 2019 This is genuinely a very common occurrence. Uber should definitely suspend such drivers. — AARUSHI005 (@Aarushiwith2As) 20 March 2019 The most pertinent question though is when will women feel safe in this city? Put aside single women travelling alone, even women travelling with male companions face such threats too. Unless Uber India decisively takes action against their drivers, the situation's not going to change for sure.
  24. What's up everyone? It's our girl Superwoman out there making India proud! Lilly Singh aka Superwoman has just become the first Indian-origin woman to host a Late Night talk show and basically the entire world is showing nothing but support for her. It's official. Ya girl is getting her own @nbc late night show... A Little Late with Lilly Singh. Thank you so much for being here. I am truly so grateful. â¤ï¸ Thank you @jimmyfallon @sethmeyers pic.twitter.com/h44HoPRtel — Lilly Singh (@IISuperwomanII) March 15, 2019 She started off her career online by posting YouTube videos on her channel ||Superwoman|| and quickly became a fan favourite on the website because of her hilarious and relatable content. Imagine going from making YouTube videos in your room to getting your own talk show down the line. Sounds like a dream, right? Does it make you want to go back in time and start a YouTube channel doing stupid things and posting it online? Coming back to her show 'A Little Late with Lilly Singh', she's taking over Carson Daly's 1:30 am slot on NBC and the show is expected to debut this year in December. This is not just important because she's Indian-Canadian, but also because she would be joining the few women hosts in a majorly male-dominated area. Moreover, she's also an openly bisexual woman, so it's like a trifecta of representation. Ever since the news broke online, all her fans and even celebrities have been showing excitement over this and are tweeting showing support. National jiju has spoken. YES! So awesome congrats! — Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) March 15, 2019 The shade was so good. Thanks bro in law! Appreciate you tweeting this while probably still celebrating your wedding haha! Love uuuuu ðâ¤ï¸ https://t.co/NLk3BNSHLf — Lilly Singh (@IISuperwomanII) March 15, 2019 Congratulations are pouring in. ð£Congratssssssss @IISuperwomanII !!! Epic ð¹â¤ï¸ð¹ https://t.co/aKb9DfkdNE — Janelle Monáe, Cindi (@JanelleMonae) March 15, 2019 We can't wait. Oh... and India I can't wait to celebrate with you. Mamas timing ain't no mistake x ðªð½ðð½ — Lilly Singh (@IISuperwomanII) March 15, 2019 Even The Rock has spoken. ðð¾ðð¾ðð¾ðð¾ð¥ She's come a long way! Proud of you sis! @IISuperwomanII https://t.co/64LC81PvfW — Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) March 15, 2019 This is so cute. Thank you for the advice DJ. I'm forever grateful! Now let's get to work ðªð½â¤ï¸ love you x https://t.co/gts9ufCPBM — Lilly Singh (@IISuperwomanII) March 15, 2019 No hard feelings. Thank you so much! I have enormous shoes to fill. An honour â¤ï¸ https://t.co/awVzeQ94iw — Lilly Singh (@IISuperwomanII) March 15, 2019 It is monumental for real. MONUMENTAL. An LGBT woman of color hosting late night! Congrats @IISuperwomanII you are blazing an important, unprecedented path! ð https://t.co/MBaAAdwtLu — Eugene Lee Yang (@EugeneLeeYang) March 15, 2019 The best way. Tonight I learned who @IISuperwomanII is and I'm obsessed and also so very proud of a complete stranger, but that's the best way to be proud! — Kalen Allen (@TheKalenAllen) March 15, 2019 Queen! Trying to keep up with your excellency doe â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ https://t.co/IbX8JQo2Wc — Lilly Singh (@IISuperwomanII) March 15, 2019 Such a great thing! HELLO!!!!! NETWORK'S FIRST FEMALE LATE NIGHT HOST IS GONNA BE AN INDIAN WOMAN??????? MISS LILLY SINGH IS DOING THAT pic.twitter.com/cytLSMCw2W — neelam saw captain marvel! (@chasegerts) March 15, 2019 The best. Reason to Smile: @IISuperwomanII, a bisexual woman of color, is now hosting her OWN late night show on NBC?? This is the best news of the day. — Thomas Sanders (@ThomasSanders) March 15, 2019 It really is! WOW! This is SO amazing! The only woman currently hosting a late night show on one of the big 4 broadcast networks! & also YALL! this is such a victory for the @YouTube community! Congrats @IISuperwomanII â¤ï¸ https://t.co/o1FysEySUF — Scott Hoying (@scotthoying) March 15, 2019 Seriously tho. An Indian woman is getting her own late night talk show. What a time to be alive! Congratulations â¦@IISuperwomanIIâ©! https://t.co/dRSXvC1Xrn — Yashar Ali ð (@yashar) March 15, 2019 Yes! Yeaaaahh @IISuperwomanII !! Go sis go! â¤ï¸ðð¾ — Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) March 15, 2019 Alexa, play! #BAWSE #BAWSE #BAWSE ð­ð­ð­ Bout to have me turn into an OWL catching NEW episodes of A LITTLE LATE WITH LILLY SINGH! And when I'm not HOO-HOOing ð¦ my DVR is BOOKEDT and BUSY! ð Alexa play CONGRATULATIONS! Alexa play INDEPENDENT WOMEN, Pt. 1!!! ð£ https://t.co/Mvr4bhK4yt — Kingsley (@kingsleyyy) March 15, 2019 Good word play. LILLY ð­ð­ YOURE SUPER, WOMAN. — gabbieð» (@TheGabbieShow) March 15, 2019 So exciting. This is very good and very exciting. Congrats @IISuperwomanII!! https://t.co/86TWHewDt6 — Zach Kornfeld (@korndiddy) March 15, 2019 Times are changing. This is HUGE. 1. Someone from my hometown hosting a late night show 2. Someone South Asian 3. A woman of colour These are all things I thought I'd never see in that role, but I'm thrilled it's happening. Congrats @IISuperwomanII #RepresentOnAllFronts https://t.co/L38EabGwCp — Momin Qureshi (@Momin680NEWS) March 15, 2019 Yes sister, congrats. CONGRATULATIONS SISTER OMFG — James Charles (@jamescharles) March 15, 2019 All of our hearts. Lilly is just the coolest and now my heart is full â¤ï¸ð¥° CONGRATS @IISuperwomanII https://t.co/u833AHo816 — Adam Rippon (@Adaripp) March 15, 2019 History in the making. My heart is sooo full.. ladies and gentlemen you're witnessing history! Congrats @IISuperwomanII!! pic.twitter.com/CKfhdGDlvK — Humble The Poet (@humblethepoet) March 15, 2019 All hail. All hail the queen. Congrats, @IISuperwomanII. Out there doing it for all of us. ðð½ððð½ https://t.co/GY6PgcMMdK — Ashly Perez (@itsashlyperez) March 15, 2019
  25. We always just look at the bad things about being broke all the time, but here's a story about the pros of constantly not having money in your bank account. This incident about a robbery in China has the thief coming off as the good guy. What a rare moment! The entire thing was captured on the CCTV footage from ICBC Bank in city of Heyuan. In the video, a woman is withdrawing cash at an ATM when a man wielding a knife walks up to her and demands that she hand over the money. Naturally, she did because she was terrified and gives the robber 2500 yuan, which is approximately Rs 26,000. Then, the robber demands to see her bank balance but after seeing that her account is empty and the 2500 yuan were the last of her money, he has a change of heart. After handing back the money to her, he's seen walking away smiling. A robber with a conscience? Who would've thought! Even though he turned out to be a good person for a second there, he was still arrested, and actually rightly so. The video went viral on Chinese social media with a lot of people surprised at this act of kindness. It was shared on Twitter as well, and people came up with a lot of jokes. Well, technically speaking, he is. I'm amazed! robbers are humans!ððð — Sahil Rahman (@SahilRa92056158) March 11, 2019 Shots fired. This robber has more decency than the average Politician! — Golf*Oscar*Delta*Delta*Yankee (@big_goddy) March 11, 2019 Well, not exactly. Wow!!! thats GREAT. But i think this robber is related to #Robin Hood. — Eben - Ezer (@Eze_065) March 11, 2019 Have you ever been this broke? If i were the victim the robber might actually return the money.., with interest. https://t.co/UuttRkZAGU — BENROSLAN (@M_HarithRoslan) March 13, 2019
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