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People aren’t impressed with a woman’s tip for avoiding ‘rip off’ dishwashing liquid. The shopper thought it was hilarious to demonstrate to her viewers how to get the most value out of their washing up liquid by filling it to the brim. However, many people were unimpressed, claiming that it was just product tempering. Because she believed she was being “ripped off” by the supermarket, a shopper filmed herself topping up a washing-up liquid bottle with another one. The woman, known on TikTok as “RandaPanda,” was enraged when she noticed the cleaning products weren’t filled to the brim. “Walmart isn’t…

This year, Brits will spend money on themselves in order to improve their health and well-being. Over half of people are more concerned about their mental health now than in previous years, but they plan to take better care of themselves to improve it. This year, Brits will spend more money on travel and vacations abroad to improve their health and wellbeing. According to a survey of 2,000 adults, 54 percent have shifted their resolution priorities as a result of recent changes, and their health will determine how they spend their money in 2022. Nearly half of respondents plan to…

Why you should consider buying a Sonos speaker instead of a Google Home. IS THERE NOW A CLEAR WINNER FOR THE BEST WIRELESS AUDIO EXPERIENCE IN YOUR HOME? If you want to wirelessly beam audio throughout your home, you might prefer a Sonos system over Google Home. Because the US International Trade Commission ruled that the functionality infringed on Sonos’ patents, a recent lawsuit between the two companies has forced Google to remove a number of clever wireless capabilities from its speakers. Instead of using a single volume slider to adjust the volume of all speakers at once, Google Home…

The rollout of ‘death trap’ smart motorways has been halted, according to campaigners. THE DEVELOPMENT OF smart motorways has been halted until five years of safety data has been gathered, prompting critics to accuse the government of “wasting time.” The Department of Transport announced plans to halt the rollout of new smart highway schemes while also announcing a £900 million investment to improve safety on existing All Lane Running (ALR) highways. Campaigners have criticized the delay in closing the “death trap” roads, citing the decision to pause the rollout. Claire Mercer appeared on Good Morning Britain to discuss her husband,…

A pensioner was fined after driving into London’s’smallest bus lane’ by accident. A GRANDAD has been fined after driving into a bus lane in London by accident. Geoffrey Ben-Nathan, a 77-year-old grandfather from Harrow, North London, drove through an 11-meter-long stretch of bus lane near his home. He claimed that the area’s signage was unclear, and that he had accidentally moved into the lane. Although the bus lanes on Northolt Road are restricted at certain times of the day, the section in question is closed to car traffic 24 hours a day. Harrow council, according to the pensioner, needs to…

A massive cockroach was discovered inside a man’s ‘blocked ear.’ Zane Wedding of Auckland, New Zealand, thought he had water in his ear from swimming, but doctors were taken aback when half of the cockroach’s body was pulled from his ear. A man was horrified when a blocked ear he thought was caused by water turned out to be home to a cockroach. After going swimming the day before, Zane Wedding of Auckland, New Zealand, awoke with an unusual sensation. Even though he was sitting still, he could feel movement in his ear and decided to go to the doctor.…

Wasted time costs the average Brit 26 days per year, including time spent on hold on a phone call. Over half of people say waiting on hold is the most time-consuming activity, and more than four out of ten people say they waste valuable time stuck in traffic. Wasted time costs the average Brit 26 days per year, with being on hold, scrolling through TV channels, and waiting for a cup of tea among the worst offenders. According to a study of 2,000 adults, they spend an average of one hour and 43 minutes per day waiting. This equates to…

Molly-Mae Hague apologises to fans who interpreted her podcast comments incorrectly. Molly-Mae Hague, who appeared on Love Island, was chastised after comments she made about everyone having ‘the same 24 hours in a day’ resurfaced on the internet and gained traction. Molly-Mae Hague has apologized to fans who have been “affected negatively or misunderstood the meaning” of her recent podcast comments. The Love Island star came under fire after she boasted about her wealth and success, saying that everyone has “the same 24 hours in a day,” and adding, “If you want something bad enough, you can get it.” As…

After refusing to share his £4 million jackpot, a lottery winner’s family was ‘p****d off.’ A Reddit user claimed that he and his wife had won millions in the lottery and that his family was ‘p***ed’ when he decided to put the money into an apartment complex instead of sharing the wealth with them. A lottery winner has stated that he has no intention of sharing his winnings with his family. On Reddit, a 24-year-old man claims to have won a massive £4 million ((dollar)5.6 million) jackpot before explaining that after paying off their debts, he will not be giving…

The online listing for the Tesla CyberWhistle vanishes The online listing for the Tesla CyberWhistle has vanished from the website of billionaire Elon Musk’s electric vehicle company. Instead of its actual listing, visitors to its site are currently greeted with a “Page Not Found Error 404” message. It comes just a week after the Tesla CyberWhistle was sold out in China, where knock-offs and replicas have sprouted like mushrooms at lower prices. In the United States, the CyberWhistle was also sold out after its debut in December. Tesla’s CEO and founder urged people to buy it instead of Apple’s cleaning…

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