Friday, August 18, 2017

The Risk When Putting Feet In Car Dashboard

Foot Injury
Putting one's feet on the dashboard during a long car ride may seem perfectly natural and harmless — Audra Tatum certainly thought so until she was involved in an accident while sitting in the passenger seat.

"All my life I had my legs crossed and my foot on the dash," Tatum told CBS News affiliate KTVQ. "My husband always told me, 'You're going to get in a wreck someday, and you're going to break your legs.'"

Tatum always assured him she would put her feet down in time, but during a quick ride to pick up their children from her parents' house in 2015, the couple's car was hit by another, and the impact broke not only her ankle and femur, but sent her legs into her face and also broke her nose and shoulder.

"The airbag went off, throwing my foot up and breaking my nose," Tatum told KTVQ. "I was looking at the bottom of my foot facing up at me."

Two years later, she is still recovering.

"I can't do my career as an EMS. I can't lift patients anymore," she told KTVQ. "I can't stand more than 4 hours at a time. Once I'm at that 4-hour mark I'm in tears."

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

What is "Love Bombing"

Love Bombing
After ghosting and then benching, another brutal dating trend has been observed lately.

Love bombing is a seductive tactic, where a manipulative person tries to control another individual with "bombs," brimming from day one.

According to psychiatrist Dale Archer, typically it will occur in whirlwind romances where one partner will try to influence a person with affection, attention, presents, and promises about the future.

Things progress quickly and the rush of a new romance can often be powerful for victims, pushing aside any feelings of doubt and causing high levels of infatuation.

This leaves little room for the victim to assess if they are being manipulated or to see if the other person is genuine – particularly if contact is fairly constant, either over calls or through texts.

The move sees victims become co-dependent on the predator, who is often a narcissist or sociopath.

The "honeymoon" feeling doesn’t last and as soon as victims show a small hint of not caring or prioritizing their partner, the predator will often reveal their true colors.

Friday, August 11, 2017

EmRat Is An IG Sexual Goddess

To those who follow Emily Ratajkowski, they know that she is 'hotness' personified. Ever since the actress appeared in Robert Thicke's NSFW "Blurred Lines" video — where she dances around in all her nakedness — she's been outspoken about sexuality, body image, and her appreciation of the female form.

The only way to gauge her sexuality is by visiting her IG account where she literally displays he slim body for all the world to see. She is also definitely, 100% not fat.

Ratajkowski's feed is brimming with scantily clad, topless photos, from behind-the-scenes snaps at photo shoots to scenic belfies shot on exotic beaches around the world. One of which is shown above.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

How Rihanna Parties In Non-Fat And Sexy Carnival Outfit

Pop star Rihanna definitely knows how to party, and no one does carnivals like her. The singer jetted to her native Barbados to join in the celebration at the Crop Over carnival.

The Crop Over summer festival is one of the Caribbean island’s most popular and colorful festivals. With its origins tracing back to the 1780s, Crop Over was historically set at the end of the sugar season, as a huge celebration to mark the successful sugar cane harvest. Now the festival attracts thousands of revelers from across the globe.

Rihanna looked beautiful and confident in a traditional embellished costume with feathers and jewels. She amped up her look with thigh-high gladiator sandals, colorful hair, crystals pasted to her forehead, and shimmery, nude lips.

The 29-year-old recently spiced up her look with turquoise hair — debuting the new 'do last 5 August at the Elevate St. Tropez party and pairing it with a Louis Vuitton denim jacket and cutoff shorts.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

"The Sims" Will Be Back Soon

The Sims
After almost an eight year absence, The Sims is finally coming back to consoles in a very big way. On November 17th, players will be able to control a virtual society from the couch in The Sims 4 with what sounds the best console installment of the 17 year-old social sandbox series.

"The current generation of hardware has enabled us to translate code to PlayStation 4 without any major system changes, so that it is no longer about which platform has the superior version, but where you like to play," senior producer Michael Duke writes on the PlayStation Blog. Meaning, this won't be another extremely watered down port with fewer buildings, careers and interaction options again.

Publisher EA promises PS4 and Xbox One owners will get "many" of the add-on packs that the PC games has gotten since 2014. So far that includes the "Life of the Party" pack (replete with a flaming tiki bar) and "Up All Night" which features a laser light show among other things. Both of those are part of the game's Deluxe Party Edition, which is up for pre-order right this instant.