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VR porn is here – here’s what happens when shy male geeks try it in public

| blog, L&B World, News, Uncategorised | January 11, 2016

Mashable's Raymond Wong loses his VR porn virginity in a hotel room in Las Vegas.
Mashable’s Raymond Wong has sex, virtually (Picture Mashable)

What better way to test virtual reality porn than to let shy male geeks strap on a headset – with loads of other people around?

You’d think it might be a bit awkward – but that’s exactly how Naughty America showed off its latest cyber-filth at Las Vegas’s Consumer Electronics Show.

‘Two nipple-pierced brunettes, completely naked, were all over me. They promised me a blow job I wouldn’t forget,’ breathes a writer from CNET excitedly.

Meanwhile, his co-workers were on the seat next door.

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H&M is selling a scarf that looks like a Jewish prayer shawl and people are angry

| blog, L&B World, UK, Uncategorised | January 8, 2016

Can you tell the fashionable scarf from the religious shawl?
Can you tell the fashionable scarf from the religious shawl?

People have hit out at H&M over a new scarf with a controversial design.

The scarf is weirdly similar to a traditional tallit scarf, a Jewish shawl worn during prayer.

H&M is selling the scarf on its UK website for £12.99, and some people are very offended.

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Here’s why humans like holding hands

| blog, L&B World, Uncategorised, World | December 29, 2015

Two Men Holding Hands
Holding hands can reduce pain and stress, but also be used as a sign of respect (Picture: Getty Images)

Seeing an old couple potter by holding hands is enough to melt even the coldest of hearts.

But have you ever wondered why people hold hands, and what benefits it can have?

Below are five explanations and findings from scientists that have studied this often overlooked human action.

1. Reduction in anxiety

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These are the 10 most popular science stories of the year

| blog, L&B World, News, Uncategorised | December 14, 2015

The most popular science stories of the year (Picture Getty)
The most popular science stories of the year (Picture Getty)

This year, scientists discovered a new antibiotic which could revolutionise global health – and proved that the MMR vaccine doesn’t cause autism.

In between, they scared the bejesus out of us with a report on how we’re entering the planet’s sixth mass extinction.

Oh, and they really, really annoyed religious people with a story on how children brought up in religious families were less generous.

But it wouldn’t be a year in science unless there was SOMETHING in there to annoy religious people, now would it?

The list, compiled by academic content tracking company Altmetric, ranks… Read the full story

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‘Mass farting’ protesters silence gun activists with barrage of flatulence

| blog, L&B World, News, Uncategorised | December 14, 2015

AUSTIN, TX - DECEMBER 12: (EDITOR'S NOTE: Image contains graphic content) Pro-gun control protestors march at the site of a mock mass shooting close to The University of Texas campus December 12, 2015 in Austin, Texas. In addition to the event put on by DontComply.com, a gun activist organization, the group also held an open carry walk earlier in the day. (Photo by Drew Anthony Smith/Getty Images)
The sweet smell of success Picture Getty

Gun activists were literally blown away when they were met with a barrage of farts at a protest in America.

As well as unleashing an anal bombardment, anti-gun activists waved dildos and yelled, ‘I fart in your general direction!’

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Paris attacks: France holds memorial service to honour 130 victims

| blog, L&B World, News, Paris attacks, Uncategorised | November 27, 2015

Flowers placed near the Bataclan (Picture: AFP/Getty Images)

A national memorial service for those killed in the Paris attacks is being held in France today.

Around 1,000 people attended the service at the Invalides complex in central Paris at 9.30am GMT – including President Francois Hollande, and the survivors and victims’ families.

A minute’s silence was held, followed by a reading of all 130 victims’ names.

Isis claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks across Paris on November 13.

A picture taken on November 27, 2015, shows placard reading "Pray for Paris" at a makeshift memorial in Place de la Republique square in Paris, for the National Tribute… <a href=Read the full story

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World War III ‘would actually be really beautiful’

| blog, L&B World, News, Uncategorised | November 24, 2015

Beautiful? (Picture Getty)
Beautiful? (Picture Getty)

There’s one little consolation about seeing the world you know vapourised and everything you love turned to ashes.

It would be really, really beautiful.

A serious nuclear conflict would also leave the world far worse off than depicted in games such as Fallout 4, says science magazine Smithsonian.com — but it would look incredibly ‘pretty’, according to a photographer who witnessed a recent U.S. missile test.

Carbon thrown into the air would cause a huge drop in worldwide temperature, and could hit global rainfall and the growing seasons for crops – leading to a world even more hostile than the wasteland of Fallout 4.

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Terror suspect arrested ‘riding bike across Arctic Circle to reach Europe’

| blog, L&B World, News, Uncategorised | November 21, 2015

Mandatory Credit: Photo by IBL/REX Shutterstock (5407455j) Terror suspect Mutar Muthanna Majid Police arrest error suspect Mutar Muthanna, Boliden, Sweden - 19 Nov 2015
Mutar Muthanna Majid was arrested in Sweden (Picture: IBL/REX Shutterstock)

A suspected terrorist is thought to have got into Europe by cycling through the Arctic Circle.

Mutar Muthanna Majid, 25, was arrested by armed police at a refugee hostel in Sweden on Thursday night.

Police believe Majid, born in Iraq, was among a large group who flew from Turkey to the arctic Russian port of Murmansk, via Moscow.

They then bought bikes and pedalled 80 miles to the border with Norway, where they were able to cross without checks.

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Body found in search for missing schoolgirl Kayleigh Haywood

| blog, L&B World, News, Uncategorised | November 19, 2015

BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Undated handout photo issued by Leicestershire Police of Kayleigh Haywood, as two men are being questioned over the disappearance of the 15-year-old girl who has not been seen for five days. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday November 17, 2015. Kayleigh, from Measham, was last seen at 6pm on Friday evening when she was dropped off outside the outside Ibstock Community College and last spoke to her parents on Saturday morning, but has not been heard from since. See PA story POLICE Missing. Photo credit should read: Leicestershire Police/PA Wire NOTE TO EDITORS: This handout photo may only be used in for editorial reporting purposes for the contemporaneous illustration of events, things… <a href=Read the full story

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