In a recent clip, sister Khlo Kardashian and brother Rob have a weird I will NOT say intimate, but I will connote it strongly dialogue in Khlos bed about Robs sex life that takes some serious twistings and turns.
We all know Rob is a secret bleeding heart, altogether disintegrating from his first public break up with Adrienne Bailon and devoting us some serious Ross and Rachel vibes with long-time Kardashian friendMalika back in the day.
No one can blame the guy for having a seriously warped sense of love and dating what, with being the youngest and merely brother to the most famous group of sisters( and iconic sex symbols) of our generation and all.
THAT SAID, its a little bit much to learn Rob once hooked up with a Kim Kardashian lookalike.
Khlo calls Rob out in this recent clip, saying, Do you remember when you f* cked the girl who won the Kim Kardashian lookalike contest?
Sorry, what was that?
Rob immediately get uncomfortable and tries to dodging the awkward topic with an even MORE gross story.
He weirdly launches into a tale about a girl who showed up butt naked to Khlos house, and then period-ed all over the bed while he had sexuality with her.
Wait, what? Rob. Stop talking.
And while were at it, Khlo, STOP TALKING! Apparently, she followed up with an even weirder topic asking, Why didnt you ever sleep with a person who had won a Khlo Kardashian lookalike contest?
OK, OK, OK, we get it, guys. Youre preoccupied with one another.
The rest of the episode features some expected and still uncomfortable controversy surrounding Caitlyn Jenners memoirthat bashes ex-wife Kris Jenner, and then later Khlo strapping Rob to a machine that simulates menstrual cramps.
Almost 40 million people in the United States suffer from migraines, a condition that can severely impact sufferers’ lives. Yet, for those who are fortunate enough to not be inflicted with the condition, it can be hard to understand just how debilitating a migraine can be.
“Isn’t it merely a bad headache? ” they might ask.
Now, thanks to a virtual reality experience created by the analgesic brand Excedrin , non-migraine sufferers are being given the chance to experience a migraine firsthand.
“Even with the number of sufferers out there, migraines are still widely misunderstood — largely because the individuals who don’t experience the condition can’t fully understand it, ” Excedrin wrote on its website. “That’s why[ we] made the world’s first migraine simulator … This technological innovation makes it possible for non-sufferers to insure what a migraine is really like.”
Migraines manifest differently in different people. While they often involve severe ache, other neurological symptoms can arise as well, such as visual disorders, nausea, dizziness and extreme sensitivity to sound, lighting and touch.
For Excedrin’s experiment, only a few migraine symptoms were replicated: auras, disorientation, extremely bright suns, floating spots and tunnel vision.
In the video, friends and relatives of migraine sufferers are assured donning a VR headset and attempting to navigate the world as ordinarily as is practicable while suffering an onslaught of these symptoms.
“I’ve got to stop, ” one man said after being overwhelmed by the experience. He afterwards told his migraine-afflicted girlfriend, “I’m sorry that I ever doubted you.”
“Oh my God. I don’t even know how you function, ” one woman told her best friend.
“It’s exactly what you simply experienced, plus severe, severe pain, ” the friend answered.
The reactions of loved ones to the experience “spoke volumes, ” said Excedrin in a news release.
“Once the non-sufferer experienced what[ their friend/ relative] goes through during a migraine, their increased understanding led to a reaction full of empathy and love, which, up to now, was harder to identify, ” the brand wrote.
Costing doubled the price of a whole vegetable and shrouded in layers of plastic, clean feeing product fails to make the cut
Marks& Spencer has withdrawn its” cauliflower steak” product from sale after it was ridiculed by customers for its “excessive” plastic packaging and inflated cost.
The sliced cauliflower, which comes in plastic packaging with a separate sachet of lemon and herb drizzle, was being sold for twice the price of a whole, single cauliflower at the supermarket chain.
The product had come under fire on social media, with critics describing it as “wasteful” and “ridiculous” and complaining about the volume of packaging used as well as the inflated cost. Whole, untrimmed cauliflowers are sold at M& S for PS1- typically for even less at other supermarkets- while the single-slice “steak” version cost shoppers PS2.
Confirming its decision to stop selling the item, a spokesperson for M& S told:” Once we’ve sold the stock that is currently in stores, we won’t be ordering any more of this product. We work hard to create rapid and convenient meals for customers; however, on this occasion we didn’t get it right. We have launched many other vegetarian dishes that are already demonstrating popular with clients .”
The product was part of the store’s new “Veggie” scope, and was first spotted on Twitter by Rachel Clarke @rachclarke27, who triggered a lengthy thread after tweeting:
Rival Sainsbury’s also sells a similar product– a pack of two” cauliflower steaks in a herb and spice marinade” for PS1. 80, which is still on its shelves. Trewin Restorick, chief executive of environmental charity Hubbub, told:” The public is increasingly concerned about potential impacts plastic packaging has on the environment, and social media devotes them a chance to voice their concerns immediately to companies. The too packaged, too priced cauliflower steak shows what happens when companies don’t get things right and hopefully it will lead to more environmentally sensible answers in the future .”
With so-called ” Veganuary” under way and shoppers opting to reduce or cut out meat consumption in favour of ” clean eating “ choices, supermarkets have been pulling out the stops to offer clients a range of ready-prepared spiralised veggies- and even “mince” made of pulverised mushrooms and cauliflower and beetroot “rice”- to help them get back into shape after the festive season blowout. But this year has assured a backlash from shoppers complaining on social media about excessive packaging.
The U-turn from M& S arrives as the governmental forces prepares to announce a crackdown on excessive packaging and plastics on Thursday. A Defra spokesperson said:” Everyone has a role to play in tackling the scourge of plastics garbage, and industries need to make sure their packaging does not outstrip what is required to make sure that the products are safe, hygienic and acceptable for both the product and for the consumer.”