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San Antonio woman arrested for stabbing boyfriend after he found her making OnlyFans content

San Antonio Woman Arrested for Stabbing Boyfriend After He Found Her Making Only Fans Content
A San Antonio woman stabbed her 25-year-old boyfriend multiple times after he found her making content for an OnlyFans account. The incident occurred shortly before 2 AM on Wednesday at the Fifty02Westover Hills apartment complex on the west side of the city. According to police, the man came home and found the apartment locked and dead-bolted. The two began arguing through the door but the woman eventually opened it. When the man came inside, he found that his partner was creating risqué content for her OnlyFans account. OnlyFans is a site that people use to create accounts and post content which is usually pornographic in nature. Users can pay to view and download live and uploaded pictures and videos. According to sources, the man was aware that his girlfriend had an OnlyFans account and was not happy about it. The two continued arguing. At some point, the woman grabbed a knife and began advancing towards the man making slashing motions and cutting his chest and forearm. She became more aggressive and stabbed him in the ribs. The man left the apartment and called the police. Paramedics took him to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The couple’s six-year-old child was at...
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56-year-old Utah woman pregnant with her son’s baby

56-year-old Utah woman pregnant with her son’s baby
In a story you don’t expect to read ever, a 56-year-old Utah woman is pregnant and she happens to be carrying her son’s baby. Let that all sink in, but it is not as wild as it sounds, as she is carrying her son’s baby after her daughter-in-law was left unable to carry a child. According to MSN, Cambria Hauck, 30, had to have a life-saving hysterectomy. This is when Nancy Hauck, 56, offered to be a surrogate for her son, Jeff Hauck, 32, and his wife, Cambria. The couple had struggled to conceive for six years before they had two sets of twins via IVF. However, they still wanted to expand their family and Nancy felt she was the one who should carry their next baby. She wasn’t sure if she would get approval to be the surrogate based on her age, but doctors said she was healthy enough to be a gestational carrier. In January 2022, the family started on hormone treatment and the fertilized embryo was transferred at a clinic in February. Everyone was beyond excited when it actually worked and now Nany is expecting her biological granddaughter and can’t wait to give birth. She told MSN,...
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Spice up that cheap bottle of vodka by running it through a Brita? Yes, people are doing this!

Spice up that cheap bottle of vodka by running it through a Brita? Yes, people are doing this!
Times are tough, so not all of us can spend the big bucks on fancy bottles of liquor. If that is the case for you and you are regretting a cheap bottle of vodka you purchased, there may be a solution for you: pour it into your Brita to filter out that cheap taste. Yes, thanks to TikTok, people are running their cheap vodka through the Brita filter and it turns out, it helps make it taste better. Is it worth doing though? @callmebelly you brita get yourself a brita 👀 #lifehack #lofehacks #brita ♬ Famous piano songs for comedy and cooking programs - moshimo sound design Regardless of the taste, drinking vodka will likely get you drunk and can give you a hangover, so be responsible when drinking. While it does seem to be working for many people on TikTok, it doesn’t mean it will work for you. In the end, it could leave you with tap water that tastes like cheap vodka after a while. However, users are saying by using the Brita filter, it takes away some of that horrible taste and smell you get from a cheap bottle of vodka. With those gone, they say it...
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Aussie pub ripped for hosting topless event to honor Queen ‘Lizzy’

Aussie pub ripped for hosting topless event to honor Queen ‘Lizzy’
There are definitely different ways people mourn the deceased, but this is one way we have never heard of. A pub in Australia is being roasted after it announced plans to host a wet T-shirt contest on the public holiday dedicated to the mourning of Queen Elizabeth II. Yes, the Roebuck Bay Hotel, a Western Australian venue in the town of Broome, announced they would be hosting the event and it would be to “celebrate the life of Queen Lizzy.” In a Facebook post for Roebuck Bay Hotel, they said to “join us Wednesday night for a special Wet T in Oasis Bar to celebrate the life of Queen Lizzy. Enter the Wet-T for your chance to win $750. With DJ Sam T on the decks from 8pm party with us late into the night!” Who’s to say the Queen wouldn’t have wanted a wet T-shirt contest and someone winning $750 to honor her life?  Mind you, the hotel, affectionately nicknamed “The Roey,” often has a wet T-shirt competition most Thursday nights, so it is just a coincidence it fell on the same night as this public holiday. However, they could have considered taking a week off from the competition,...
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New viral trend has kids using NyQuil as chicken marinade, FDA warns against it

New viral trend has kids using NyQuil as chicken marinade, FDA warns against it
Over the years, we have seen some wild and crazy social media challenges that kids have attempted. They are not the smartest challenges to take part in and the latest has the Food and Drug Administration warning against it. For this new social media challenge, people are being encouraged to cook chicken in NyQuil and other cough medicine. Yes, the newest viral trend has people trying to use NyQuil as a chicken marinade. Needless to say, the FDA is saying this would not be a very wise choice. In a statement from the FDA, they stated it would be “silly and unappetizing” to cook chicken in cough syrup. They went on to say, “Boiling a medication can make it much more concentrated and change its properties in other ways. Even if you don’t eat the chicken, inhaling the medication’s vapors while cooking could cause high levels of the drugs to enter your body. It could also hurt your lungs.” The FDA went on to say, “Put simply: Someone could take a dangerously high amount of the cough and cold medicine without even realizing it.” While the FDA did not state any specific reports of people going to the emergency room...
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