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Time to move out? Hilarious pictures capture the very WORST flatmate behaviour (including unwanted pranks, passive aggressive notes and a box of URINE in the fridge)

Many people might clash with the people they live with, but very few will ever deal with flatmates as bad as these ones. People from around the world took to Reddit to share photos of the very worst roommate behaviour, including unwanted pranks, passive aggressive notes and a kitchen sink left piled high with dirty dishes.One disappointed diner shared a picture of a partially-eaten slice of pizza that their hungry flatmate had tucked into without permission. Another image shows a bathroom covered in cans of beer after their friends hosted a house party the night before. Scroll down to see examples of some ...

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    Ask Frank Barrett: Hit the January sales in the souks of Marrakech

    The Mail On Sunday Travel Editor, Frank BarrettCould you suggest somewhere for winter sun in January, without flying too far but where we can enjoy a little shopping and local sights?Steve Arlington, MansfieldMarrakech, with its famous souks, could be a good option. It also has a new museum dedicated to French fashion maestro Yves Saint Laurent. Prestige Holidays (prestigeholidays.co.uk, 01425 480 400) has four nights for the price of three at Les Jardins de la Medina hotel for £472pp, with easyJet flights from Gatwick.We’re looking for somewhere not too far from the Midlands for a bracing New Year’s walk to blow ...

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    An Inspector Calls: The Trafalgar St James has views to admire (even if check-in was a kerfuffle)

    Rating: Quite a kerfuffle at check-in. We’ve booked a standard room but it has no view and no bath — and half the point of staying at this plush, revamped hotel overlooking Trafalgar Square is to admire the views and have a proper soak. Ideally at the same time.‘I can upgrade you for an extra £100,’ says a neatly dressed man at reception in poor English.‘I can’t do that,’ I tell him. ‘Best I can do is £80,’ he says. We should be in a Marrakech souk. ‘How about £50?’ I tell him.‘Just this once,’ he says, or words to ...

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    The Seine way to go: A cruise through northern France is high on culture and low on stress

    Frankly, I’ve lost count of the number of times I have refused to get on the cross- Channel ferry at Dover.Forget stabilisers, pills and those bands you put on your wrists. I was once seasick on a lilo at Brighton beach.So it was with trepidation that I boarded Tauck’s MS Sapphire, which glides peacefully along the River Seine — so peacefully that at times it was hard to tell whether we were moored up beside a leafy bank or on the move. What a sybaritic way to travel. Blissfully comfortable, super-king beds, wet-room style bathroom, two floor-to-ceiling windows and all ...

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    The UK cities most and least likely to see a white Christmas revealed (and it's not looking good for Truro)

    Brits desperate for a white Christmas should head for Scotland and the city of Stirling, which has the best chance of one, according to historical weather data. It shows that Scotland has a 7.3 per cent chance of snow on Christmas Day, England a 6.1 per cent chance, Northern Ireland 5.2, Wales 3.6 and Ireland just a 3.2 per cent chance. The Scottish cities most likely to see a white Christmas are Stirling, which has a 12.9 per cent chance, Aberdeen (12.5) and Inverness (11.3), though Bradford (10.48 per cent) isn't far behind. Brits desperate for a white Christmas should head for ...

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Physicists say they've confirmed new form of matter in a breakthrough of 'cosmic significance'

Nearly 50 years after it was first theorized, physicists claim they’ve finally proven the existence of a new form of matter, known as ‘excitonium.’Excitonium is made up of particles known as excitons, which are made from an escaped electron and the hole it left behind.In the new experiments, the researchers say they were able to observe the material and the precursor phase, which is said to be the ‘smoking gun’ proof of its existence. Nearly 50 years after it was first theorized, physicists claim they’ve proven the existence of a new form of matter, known as ‘excitonium.’ The researchers say ...

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    Can YOU see it? Baffling new optical illusion makes curvy lines appear zig-zagged

    A researcher from Japan has unveiled a mind-bending new type of optical illusion.At first glance, the ‘Curvature Blindness Illusion’ appears just an arrangement of wiggling and zig-zagging lines crossing over white, gray, and black backgrounds.But, according to the creator, the image doesn’t actually contain any zigzags – instead, all of the lines have the same wavy shape. The white and black corners of the image show the lines as they truly are. But, in the gray section, the wiggly lines suddenly become a jumble of alternating curves and zigzags. According to the researcher though, all the lines are identical THE ...

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    That's not how it's supposed to work... Security experts urge parents to get rid of robotic toucan toy after they hack it to say 'tw*t' and 'w*****' (and warn it could be used to snoop on kids)

    A hilarious video of an animatronic toucan firing off profanities is just the latest example of the growing concerns about Bluetooth-connected children’s toys.Security researchers at Pen Test Partners have demonstrated how the Teksta Toucan manufactured by toy-maker Genesis can easily be taken over by hackers to play audio and even snoop on your home.The team highlights two methods that could be used to carry out an attack – and, one simply requires pairing it with a Bluetooth audio device.  The Teksta Toucan is designed to interact with kids; it can crack jokes, do impressions, and answer questions. But, a hilarious ...

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    We can't ditch our cars yet! One in five wouldn't be able to get to work using just public transport. So which regions are worst off?

    The Government is desperate for us to ditch our cars and replace them with zero-emissions electric models or use public transport in a bid to reduce air pollution in the country.However, a new study has highlighted that more than 10 million Britons would be unable to get to work if they could only rely on buses, trains and other modes of public transport.Direct Line Car Insurance said a fifth of workers either don't have a public transport link into their nearest town centre or would have to use three or more modes of shared transport to get to work. Public ...

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    At The Time Of His Arrest The Silk Road Guy (Ross Ulbricht) Had 144,000 Bitcoins. Here's How Much That'd Be Worth Today…

    Remember Ross Ulbricht? He's the guy who created the Silk Road. What's the Silk Road? Read this article for a detailed background. Long story short, the Silk Road was an underground internet marketplace for all kinds of stuff… but it was mostly used for people to buy illicit items such as drugs, guns and hit men. Ulbricht was arrested in October 2013 by FBI agents who had spent the better part of a year trying to track down the elusive marketplace creator/operator who was only known by his screen name, "Dread Pirate Roberts".At the time of his arrest, Ross was ...

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    SUNDAY NEWSPAPER SHARE TIPS: Warpaint, Croda and Dignity

    We round up the Sunday newspaper share tips. This week, Midas analyses cosmetic firm Warpaint, the Times looks at funeral director Dignity, and the Telegraph assesses chemical firm Croda. Olivia Buckland, pictured, star of the ITV show Love Island, promotes Warpaint’s W7 brand that has a current stock value of more than £170 millionFINANCIAL MAIL ON SUNDAYSam Bazini, who left school at 16 to start work in a cosmetics warehouse, making money on the side selling make-up in street markets, and Eoin Macleod who began selling cosmetics and perfume at the age of 14 are the chief executives of Warpaint, ...

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    MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Patience will pay off for young tech entrepreneurs

    There has been a lot of talk about ‘patient capital’ lately, not least in Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget last month. The phrase trips off the tongue with ease – investing in businesses for the long term to allow them to grow and fulfil their potential – but it can be much harder to put into practice.Mercia Technologies is a case in point. The group invests in young, innovative companies based in the Midlands, the North and Scotland. They are in industries ranging from healthcare to gaming but they all use state-of-the-art technology and have the potential to become much bigger than they ...

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    T. Boone Pickens Is Selling His Massive 65,000 Acre Texas Ranch For $250M

    Mesa Vista Ranch, the "most prized possession" of famous oil millionaire T. Boone Pickens, is being put up for sale by the 89-year-old, according to The Dallas Morning News. And if you've got $250 million to burn, you can be the new sole owner of the property, a massive real estate triumph that took decades for Pickens' to bring to its present state. And according to Pickens himself in a statement announcing the sale, it's important to him that he finds a single buyer who will keep the ranch together and carry on the property as Pickens himself would:"Selling the ...

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    Mysterious selfies could hold the key to finding missing bushwalker who posted pictures of himself in the bush 24 hours before vanishing

    Selfies posted by a bushwalker 24 hours ago could help police in their search for the man who vanished on Sunday afternoon.David Occhipinti, 35, is believed to be missing in Werribee Gorge State Park in Victoria, around 70km northwest of Melbourne.Police believe the semi-experienced bushwalker set off to walk the 10km track around the Werribee Gorge Circuit. David Occhipinti, 35, from Noble Park North, is believed to be missing in Werribee Gorge State Park in Victoria Selfies posted by the bushwalker 24 hours ago could help police in their search for the man who vanished on Sunday afternoon Police believe the semi-experienced ...

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    Chris Evans, Katy Perry, Demi Lovato and countless other celebrities come out in support of Tennessee boy after his mother shares heartbreaking video of him pleading to be left alone by bullies

    Several celebrities have come out in support of a young Tennessee boy pleading to be left alone by bullies.Keaton Jones, of Knoxville, asked his mother, Kimberly Jones, to record a video of him asking why bullies at school were bothering him.In the clip he explains through tears that bullies make fun of him because of his nose, call him ugly and have even poured milk on him. Celebrities among the likes of Chris Evans, Justin Bieber, Demi Lovato, Hailee Steinfeld, Mark Ruffalo,and Katy Perry have all shown their support and have even offered to take Keaton on trips and to premieres. ...

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    How you can avoid a shark attack this summer: Expert reveals tips you NEVER knew about avoiding attacks - beyond not swimming at dusk or dawn

    A top shark expert has identified key tips to avoid becoming fish food this summer.  Kathryn Curzon, the former international editor for The Scuba News New Zealand and co-founder of Friends for Sharks, outlined some simple tricks to remember when entering the water.The experienced diver and writer previously lived in South Africa working with sharks and offered the tips for some extra piece of mind when entering the water. Kathryn Curzon (pictured) outlined simple tricks to remember when entering the water The top shark expert identified key tips to avoid becoming fish food this summerIt's commonly understood many species of sharks ...

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    He took on the wrong customers! Heroic moment two men tackle robber to the ground as he tried to make off with items from a pharmacy before police arrive and arrest him

    A group of brave onlookers have saved a Southport chemist from a light-fingered thief by tackling him to the ground before he could leave the shop with the stolen items.CCTV obtained by Channel 7 captured the moment that the robber, dressed in a plain grey sweater with the hood pulled up over his face, tried to make a quick exit from the pharmacy.But he is stopped in his tracks by a quick-thinking man in a black shirt, who ran up to him and pinned his arms to his sides before he could get out the door. Two men have stopped ...

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    Restaurant boss employs 'bird shoo-ers' to get rid of pesky ibises from customers' food - and the trick they use is easy and effective

    A restaurant owner in Surfers Paradise has hired 'bird shoo-ers' to keep pesky ibises away from paying customers.Greek Street Grill owner Theo Kostoglou says the bin chickens are costing him business because they scare customers and steal food from their plates, which he has to replace.'I have to have a staff member outside the front at all times to watch the birds. They're not fearful of humans and they hang around and sit and watch people eat. They wait for customers to look away then they jump on the tables and eat the food and drink the drinks', Mr Kostoglou told ...

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    Two drunk mothers who brutally bashed a veteran paramedic breaking his foot and ending his career will spend Christmas behind bars

    Two Melbourne mothers have been sentenced to jail after they drunkenly bashed a paramedic so badly he could never return to work.Amanda Warren, 31, and Caris Underwood, 20, punched and kicked experienced ambulance worker Paul Judd as he tried to treat a patient at Reservoir, Melbourne's north, in April 2016. Warren was ordered to spend eight months in jail, and Underwood four months, when they appeared for sentencing in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday.  Underwood (pictured) was sentenced to four months jail, when she appeared for sentencing in Melbourne Magistrates Court on MondayMr Judd broke his foot in the violent attack ...

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    Tyrell Cobb's mother struck fatal blows that led to the death of the four-year-old who was found with 80 bruises and cuts, judge rules

    A Queensland judge has found Heidi Strbak inflicted the blunt force trauma that led to the death of her four-year-old son Tyrell Cobb in 2009.Tyrell died on the night of May 24 after two separate blows to his abdomen that caused internal bleeding and the leaking of his stomach contents, known as peritonitis.Strbak pleaded guilty to her son's manslaughter in November but denied she delivered the fatal blows. Heidi Strbak (left) was found to have inflicted the blows that killed her four-year-old son Tyrell Cobb (right) in 2009 The mother pleaded guilty to manslaughter last month but has denied delivering ...

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    'I don't want my children to be influenced by people like you': Outrage as woman says gay photographer can no longer take her maternity photos after learning of her 'unacceptable lifestyle'

    A pregnant mother retracted her request to work with an Alabama photographer after sifting through her social media page and seeing an LGBT pride flag.It seems the woman initially reached out to the Mobile-based photographer, Faith Grace, 21, at some point this week and asked her to take her maternity photos, which she accepted.A day later, the woman texted her again, concerned, inquiring about her sexual preferences after browsing through her Instagram page in search of her work and finding the pride flag.In a public Twitter post, Grace shared a screenshot of the text message exchange, which she said absolutely 'breaks her ...

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