Worst, strangest, weirdest photos selected from your family photo albums selected and published in a single article for your entertainment or embarrassment. I bet you pray to God that none of your family photos are here. If they are not, enjoy this funny collection. If you find some of your photos here, please let us know more about your photo, and where it was taken. Othervise, enjoy these funny family photographs and try to find what is strange about each and every one of them…some are obvious, other can be rather subtle….
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But Cambridge Crown Court he denied the charge and claims it was he who was electrocuted, with a jury told he 'liked to clamp his genitals'. The court also heard today from a previous girlfriend of Batten, who told the court that she used to attach electric clamps to his genitals and nipples and plug the device into the mains. Batten, of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, is charged with sexually assaulting his alleged victim in by clamping the crocodile clips of a home-made electrical device to her vagina. Prosecutor Simon Wilshire has described Batten as 'obsessed with sadomasochistic sexual practices' and having 'dangerous sexual desires re bondage, sadism and restraint'. Today, the 6ft long, door sized, stained, wooden home-made board was brought into court and shown to the jury of seven women and five men.
Our favorite celebs are freeing the nipple on the regular these days. Showing it all off on nearly a daily basis, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Bella Hadid , and Bella Thorne are all huge proponents of the barely-there look. Check out some of the most memorable FreeTheNipple moments of the season.
All you laptop-using, touchpad-checking, two-thumb-texting, smart phone-listening grown-ups and kids beware: Those devices subtly change your back, eyes, ears and brains. Technology has crept into every corner of our lives, from obsessive texting to checking emails more often than a stockbroker eyeballs the Dow. Most of us absorb three times more information every day compared with 50 years ago, according to University of California researchers. So is all this techno-toiling bad for us?