Heather Chisum shared photos of her son, Milo, to Facebook this week that revealed a message written out in black marker on her son’s stomach reading: “I’m out of diapers.”
Allegedly, a teacher at his daycare, Children’s Education Center of the Islands, had written the message on the boy’s body.
“I need opinions,” Chisum’s post starts. “Am I right to be furious about this? Or am I over reacting? I really need your opinions guys, because I’m about to barge in this daycare tomorrow morning and have some words.”
The post quickly went viral and the teacher who allegedly worked at the daycare has since been fired.
This past Sunday, the world was saddened to find that sports icon Kobe Bryant along with his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna “Gigi” Bryant, died tragically in a helicopter crash that additionally took seven other lives in Calabasas, California.
As many are flocking to social media to share their tributes, here a few photos that will honor their time together on this earth.
A woman in Germany is set to marry a jumbo jet she has dated the past six years, claiming it was love at first flight sight.
The 30-year-old saleswoman Michele Köbke said she met her soon to be husband (a Boeing 737-800) at Berlin Tegel Airport in 2014.
Speaking about the embrace, Michele said:
“The time in the hangar was the most beautiful moment of my life and when I was with him, we enjoyed our time together, we kissed and I caressed him. I plan to move into the hangar one day and my biggest dream is to be with ‘Schatz’ and to live with him. I also want to marry him in the hangar and spend the whole night with him. I wouldn’t want to put on a white dress, but dress really smartly with black trousers and a black blazer.”
The couple plans to take off into marriage on March 18 but while some have accepted their relationship, Michele’s family say they do not want to meet the plane.
Michelle doesn’t seem bothered by that and just wants the big day to arrive already.
“I want to have someone marry us and say, ‘do you want to marry your 737-800’ and I say, ‘yes’, we kiss and then I’m immortalised with him and we can be together forever.”
The relationship is an example of obejectophilia where one has a sexual or romantic attraction to an inanimate object.
The 28-year-old artist and political activist posed in a white, form-fitting coverlet that underneath revealed a red halter dress with white letters that spelled out “TRUMP” down the center, with “2020” reading along the bottom.
In the study, 919 predominantly heterosexual women between the ages of 18 and 70 were shown three male faces and asked to rate their attractiveness for both potential short and long-term relationships.
Each face was shown both bearded and clean-shaven and presented with five levels of “masculinity.”
The participants found “masculine” faces generally more attractive than “feminine ones.”
Bearded men were found to be more attractive than clean-shaven men, apparently because they were perceived to show greater social dominance.
Having a baby is hard enough — but the cost? For parents in America, they face some of the highest medical bills despite being insured.
New research has recently revealed that the cost of giving birth in America with employer-sponsored health insurance has increased significantly in the past few years.
The study, which was published in the January 2020 edition of the journal Health Affairs, looked at over 650,000 women who delivered babies in the the United States between 2008 and 2015, “before and after” the Affordable Care Act was signed into law in 2010.
These women were then all enrolled in massive employer-sponsored health insurance plans that tend to cover more than those purchased by small businesses or individuals — only covering half of U.S. births.