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Horoscopes today: An overactive imagination and arguments in the workplace

Someone in the community will approach you, taking it for granted you will give your support to a neighbourhood project. This venture has caused a lot of controversy in the past and if you feel you would rather sit on the fence, be sure to say so there and then.Hesitate no longer. Strikeout towards your long-term aims and you should have the most exciting and unbelievable time bringing these to fruition.
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British tennis ace pooed on by bird during live television interview ahead of Wimbledon
Amazon Prime.Whilst speaking to interviewer Annabel Croft, Draper, 20, was lauding his progress in the famous Wimbledon warm-up event, saying: "Playing these guys, and beating these guys, is really important for me, and significant.“But, at the same time, I know it is on a grasscourt as well, this season is short and there is not a lot of players who earn a living on the grasscourt..." At that point, the London-based youngster pulled away from the interview, appearing to check his arm and hand.After an awkward pause in the interview, a smiling Draper then revealed "I've just been pooed on by a bird." He then showed his superstitious side, asking Croft and co: "Is that good luck?"After being advised it was, the player admitted it wasn't the first time his team had endured such a problem this week: "You know, my coach got that yesterday, as well, so it's good luck."What's the most ridiculous superstition you've heard of in sport? Let us know in the comments section.The Amazon Prime Twitter account posted a video of the incident, with fans poking fun at Croft for asking "Where did that come from?" after Draper's misfortune. @PaulFree1980 said: "Not gonna be from the ground is it." Indeed, the clip brought some much needed fun publicity to the event, after players had items stolen at a nearby hotel this week.Unfortunately though, the incident didn't bring Draper the luck he needed, losing the first-set in a tie-break.
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