Hannah's Headlines - 1/30/2018

Granny Panties Are Hip - Score one for comfort! Forget thongs, granny panties are making a comeback.

Let’s face it, there’s no comfort in a string in your backside. Whether it’s boyshorts, hipsters, or briefs, the granny style is back with a vengeance. Even the Kardashian’s give it a thumbs up.

Yes, covering your whole tush is the way to go and all the major makers from Calvin Klein to Hane’s are on board. And the styles aren't boring; many have a sexy flair.

Enjoy that comfort!Source: Today


Rare Celestial Trifecta: Super Blue Blood Moon, Lunar Eclipse

The super blue blood moon and lunar eclipse happens tomorrow. According to eclipse experts, it marks the first time anyone on Earth has seen this celestial trifecta in 35 years. 

NASA claims Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii and parts of Nevada will be the best locations to view the rare event in its totality. The lucky people in optimal viewing sites will see the reddish-orange hue of a blood moon. For the rest of us, the moon will look to be 14% bigger and 30% brighter than usual.

The moon reaches its full phase tomorrow at 8:27 a.m. ET. 

Source: National Geographic

Russian Mom Delivers 14 Pound Baby Without Painkillers

A Russian mom must be in a lot of pain after delivering a nearly 14 pound baby. The mom of now five, reportedly delivered the super-size tot without any painkillers. The baby came out at 13 pounds, 14 ounce which is basically twice the size of an average baby.

According to the medical team the baby already has problems with hearing and other problems may occur in the future. The craziest thing is that this isn’t even the heaviest newborn. According to Guinness World Records, the heaviest newborn was delivered by Italian Carmelina Fedele in 1955 and weighed in at 22 pounds. That’s all those meatballs!

Source: NY Post

The App That Only Let's You Match With One Person At A Time

There’s really nothing like swiping through a bunch of randos and getting match after match after match. But there’s a new app that takes away the beauty of the app Ditto, which only lets you match and message with one person at a time. You stay exclusive with that match until one of you unmatches.

The purpose of the app is to create some seriousness around messaging and matching with people. Now, you’re forced to be selective with people because you only get one shot at a time. So get out there and swipe until someone swipes back at you! Then you’re free to get the conversation going for as long as either of you please.

Source: Metro

Woman Wonders If Having An “Escape Fund” Is Normal

Even the happiest of marriages can fall apart at some point, but would you be willing to make sure you have some insurance in case that happens? That was the question posed by a woman on the Internet forum Mumsnet, and folks had some distinct opinions. 

It all started when a woman revealed that a friend told her she was secretly putting away up to $280 a month for what she called her “runaway fund” just in case she needed to run away or leave home for any reason. The woman insisted she was perfectly happy in her marriage but said it was something every women should have just in case. 

The poster was “horrified” at her friend’s admission, and asked other users whether they had ever heard of such a fund, or had one themselves. The answers were mixed.

One person admitted she’d be “gutted” if she found out her husband had such a fund, and suspected he would feel the same if he discovered she had one. Others didn’t think it was actually that bad of an idea.

“I'd love to be able to afford to have one. I feel very vulnerable. If you can afford it, you should try and have something put by,” wrote one user, while another added, “It's not a new idea and it's not a bad one either.”

Source: The Sun

Funeral Home Offers Pizza For Pre-Planning Your Funeral

A Wisconsin funeral home wants you to plan ahead for your death and they’ve got an unusual incentive to encourage you to do it. Krause Funeral Home in Brookfield’s “Pizza and Preplan” promotion was advertised on a recent flier they sent out and they’re banking on the fact that people really like pizza.

“Enjoy free pizza on us as we discuss how preplanning your funeral helps ease the emotional and financial burden for you and your family,” the ad reads. Owner Mark Krause says they ran a similar promo last year and over 100 folks showed up to get in on the offer. Some people will do anything for free pizza.

Source: Fox News



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