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FFS. The size of your hand luggage has just shrunk

June 11, 2015 admin No comments

FFS. The size of your hand luggage has just shrunk Chuck out that spanking new Luis Vuitton (okay fake) bag you got for your holiday – it’s now probably way too big. The size of hand luggage is expected to shrink from 56cm by 45cm by 25cm (ish) to a minuscule 55cm by 35cm by 20cm. On the plus side, this will hopefully eliminate the variety of different size allowances on different airlines. At the moment Easyjet and British Airways allow 56cm by 45cm by 25cm while Virgin Atlantic only allow 56cm by 36cm by 23cm. Ryanair meanwhile only allows 55cm by 40cm by 20cm. Read more →

Christian couple plan on getting divorced in protest against gay marriage

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Christian couple plan on getting divorced in protest against gay marriage Nick and Sarah Jensen from Canberra, Australia. (Photo Supplied) A Christian couple has said that they will divorce if gay marriage is legalised in Australia. Nick and Sarah Jensen, from Canberra, Australia, said they would legally separate but would remain a couple in the eyes of God. Mr Jensen wrote in the Canberra City News: ‘My wife and I just celebrated our 10-year anniversary. But later this year, we may be getting a divorce. ‘Our view is that marriage is a fundamental order of creation. Part of God’s human history.’ While the couple have stated they would legally divorce – they have […] Read more →

What are the rules on climbing Mount Kinabalu and why is it so sacred?

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What are the rules on climbing Mount Kinabalu and why is it so sacred? View from the peak of Mount Kinabalu (Picture: file) To the local community living at its foot, Mount Kinabalu in Malaysia is seen as the resting place of their ancestors. The mountain, the highest between the Himalayas and New Guinea, sits in Kinabalu Park which became a Unesco World Heritage site in 2000. The Kadazan and Dusun communities have long held the mountain as a sacred place. According to the Global Diversity Foundation, locals believe their loved ones must be buried facing the landmark when they die so their spirits can see the mountain as they start their journey to […] Read more →

14 things all people who are chronically late know to be true

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14 things all people who are chronically late know to be true The world is split into two types of people – those who live by the clock (the boring ones) and those of us who are always, chronically late (the cool kids, obvs). Being late is not something people tend to have a lot of sympathy for, but as tardy types have been saying for years, it’s not our fault. And now, thanks to some very clever people at New York University, we finally have proof that we simply can’t help being late. Yes, apparently some people are just ‘born to be late’, and have a personality type that means they find […] Read more →

Man receives oral sex while blacked out, gets accused of sexual assault two years later

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Man receives oral sex while blacked out, gets accused of sexual assault two years later The student was expelled in 2013 (Picture: Getty) An student is suing his university for a ‘miscarriage of justice’ after he was expelled following the verdict of a rape case. The 22-year-old man, who goes by the pseudonym John Doe, was kicked out of Amherst College in Massachusetts, US, after the disciplinary board had concluded that he forced a female student to perform oral sex on him in February 2012. Doe has always maintained that he had in fact blacked out after drinking heavily and received the sex act without any knowledge of it. Two years later, he was accused of sexual assault […] Read more →

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