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Wine-maker caught selling bizarre Hitler and Stalin themed drinks and they're 'big hits'

READ MORE: Reddit users spot 'werewolf' as mysterious human-like beast caught on zoo cameraThe Times reports that Italian winemaker Vini Lunardelli is responsible for the wines and a browse on their website shows it's not just the Fuhrer they've dabbled in.As part of their Communist Collection they also stock wines modelled on Russian dictator Joseph Stalin, Josep Tito and Lenin.The description of their red wine dedicated to Uncle Joe, a man responsible for the deaths of millions, reads: " Intense ruby red wine, tending to purplish. "The scent is intense, tannic and slightly herbaceous, with hints of raspberry and young blueberry. The taste is full, savory and dry, very robust and suitable for long aging."Disgusted by his discovery, Matthew Hirsch told Italian site Corriere della Sera: “I was shocked.
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'I planned my pregnancy to get the right star sign - but they ended up as Virgo'
READ MORE:Mum makes naughty OnlyFans content when kids are in bed – and earns £4k a monthThe new trend has exploded over on Reddit where mums talk about their plots to get pregnant to suit their zodiac needs, news.com.au reports."Has anyone tried planning their future children’s zodiac based on you and your s/o zodiac?”one woman asked on the online forum.She claimed: "I am a big believer in whatever's meant to be, will be but I'm also a meticulous planner."Although the mum-of-one was onboard, her partner was not convinced about planning when they would have their next child based on the sign.She explained: “My husband thinks I’m crazy for wanting to plan our next child according to signs so that when we do have another child we can all be compatible.”Despite her husband questioning the idea, it seems that the star sign enthusiast was not alone.Many Reddit users seemed inspired to go along with the woman's idea - and some shared that they have practised the timed conception themselves.One said: "Such a cool idea! I considered doing this myself one day." Another explained: “Dad is a Gemini, mum is an Aquarius, and they planned me as a Gemini and I was born in the dead centre of Gemini.“I think it’s a great idea! My parents and I had an incredible relationship.”While a third mum opened up and shared: "I tried to do this when we started having kids! Husband is a Leo Aug 12, I’m a Cancer July 6th. First pregnancy would have been twin Scorpios but ended in miscarriage.
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Coronation Street’s Glenda has ‘sinister motive’ as fans pluck holes in her arrival story
Coronation Street viewers are sure that new arrival Glenda Shuttleworth is up to something sinister after her arrival on the cobbles.Played by Jodie Prenger, Glenda was introduced as the sister of funeral director George Shuttleworth on Friday (August 5) - and most fans took a liking to her immediately.Returned from a stint singing on a cruise ship, Glenda arrived at her brother’s doorstep with a crash - but some viewers have agreed she seems “too good to be true”.READ MORE: Coronation Street fans 'work out' major twist as Stu's horror past finally revealed Taking to Reddit, one eagle-eyed fan penned: “I like Jodie. I thought Glenda obviously saved the day, and handled Mrs Pugh exceptionally well, but I don’t recall George ever mentioning even having a sister, never mind saying anything about a sister singing on cruise ships.“When you work away from home on long but intermittent contracts like you do on cruise ships (and many other industries) you normally keep your home base available for your off-work times, so why has she turned up out of the blue on George’s doorstep?” they wondered.Before questioning: “Did she not have her own house? Did she have a house/ flat and it got repossessed or something? Did she rent it out for the duration and she can’t get rid of the tenants?“Was she living with George before she went to work on cruises? Are all her worldly possessions in that suitcase? All her stage outfits?”The social media user admitted they were desperate to know more about Glenda’s back story, concluding: “Currently, I’m not convinced her sudden arrival doesn’t have an ulterior motive.
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Grim parasite that enters fish's mouth, eats its tongue and then replaces it
Reddit of a parasite that enters a fish through its gills, eats its tongue and replaces it has stunned viewers online.Known as Cymothoa exigua, or the tongue-eating louse, it is a parasite that belongs to the Cymothoidae (ectoparasite) family.The process begins with the parasite initially entering the fish through its gills then severs the blood vessels in the fish's tongue which causes the tongue to fall off.READ MORE:Warning to Brits as thousands of venomous spider crabs take over popular UK beachThe parasite then attaches itself to the remaining section of the tongue and it becomes the fish's new tongue.While the parasite is not believed to be harmful to humans, it may bite if it becomes separated from its host.The post of the parasite on Reddit went viral, garnering over 5,000 upvotes and over 300 comments from users who mostly demonstrated their shock and fear of the grim creature.One Redittor wrote: "I've always had this (maybe irrational?) fear that holding anything like that would give it cause to burrow into my skin and proceed get me too!", as the post showed a person holding the fish in his hands.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.A second said: "The nasty part is that these guys lay their eggs in the gills of their hosts. So since they are already in there to begin with, straddling the tongue-analog to feed off whatever the fish is eating is a quite literally a no-brainer."One user was correct in his analysis that the parasite is not harmful to humans as they commented: "It's just a sea bug that has a parasitic niche.
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Flight attendant shares warning for people who fall asleep on planes
Inside nude holidays – from raunchy naked village to no clothes festivalRecently the aviation worker noted that tourists should avoid touching the windows. Tommy commented: “Do not fall asleep or lean your head on the window”, reports the Mirror.He claimed it’s impossible to know if the window has been recently cleaned – and added that many other people had likely smeared their hands on the glass or fallen asleep with their head on the window.Tommy noted: “You are not the only one that has done that and you don't know how many people or children have wiped their hands or other things all over the window.”The thought of greasy hands and snotty noses touching the windows is enough to put anyone off this habit – especially as many people are liable to feel and even be sick while flying.And, it's not the only advice flight attendants have given out when it comes to hygiene.In an Ask Reddit forum, a cabin crew member urged people to think twice before putting their hands on tray tables or seat pockets.They wrote: “If you're flying short haul, definitely bring antibac wipes or sanitiser.“A lot of airlines will have the crew 'turnaround' the plane meaning they pick up your rubbish, fold your seatbelt over, file your magazines in the seat pocket and then welcome new passengers on board.”Looking for more flight attendant tips and hacks? We've got you covered with our guide to the best flight secrets we think you'll want on your radar.
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Coronation Street’s Stephen motive ‘solved’ by fans sure he never lived abroad
Coronation Street fans are sure they’ve spotted a clue Audrey’s son Stephen Reid never lived abroad - and think they’ve figured out his sinister motive.Stephen, who emigrated to Canada in 1960 with his adoptive parents, has ostensibly been living in Italy after moving there in 2007, with Sarah and Bethany Platt moving in with him in the early 2000s.But since they returned in 2014, it seems Stephen has been up to no good in the background - and fans now think he’s been secretly living in the UK for years.READ MORE: Emmerdale cop PC Swirling's life off soap - music career, secret name and Corrie stint One key element clued fans in to the fact that Stephen looks like he hasn’t set down roots abroad for a while, as they pointed out that he has his own - rather expensive - car in England.Taking to Reddit, one user posted: “Stephen. Why does he have a car? He lives in another country and arrived in Weatherfield in a taxi… is he really so rich that he can just buy a car for trips or has he hired it?“In which case couldn’t the company have arranged fixing it?”Someone else posted: “The hire care would have been replaced if there was anything wrong with it - it wouldn’t be down to the hirer to sort!” as another agreed: “You don’t take a rental car to a mechanic and pay to get it fixed.”Others are sure Stephen is putting on an elaborate scheme to con Audrey out of her money, as one fan tweeted: “Stephen saying ‘I have a very important meeting’ every five minutes.
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'Self-centred' mum-in-law slammed for wearing floor-length white gown to wedding
wedding day is a big no-no. So when a woman's mother-in-law rocked up to the ceremony in a floor-length white gown, people weren't impressed.The groom's mum was pictured clutching onto her son's arm in the lacy frock, while his bride stands at the other side of him with a bouquet. READ MORE: Woman with 34GG boobs tries on bridesmaid dress but people say it's attention seeking On Reddit, people laid into the groom's mum over her choice of attire.One pointed out: "Interesting dress choice for mother of the groom."The thread garnered more than 200 responses – and many shared the same concerns.One Reddit comment, which garnered 1,600 upvotes, reads: "I don't understand people who do this."All you're doing is making sure EVERYONE knows you're a self-centred, borderline psychotic, drama queen."Literally no one will look at you and think 'That was a great idea!' The entire world is now judging you."Another said: "I don't understand what sort of narcissist person would want to wear white, cream or beige colour dress to their son's wedding?"Like are you the bride? Are you going to show off that he is your son first and bride's husband later?"Like I don't understand their reasoning behind it."A third joked: "This is the kind of mother-in-law who joins the couple on their honeymoon."And a fourth jibed: "And sleeps in the bed with the groom, while the bride is relegated to a different room!"READ NEXT: 'Budget' bride swaps wedding cake for Krispy Kremes and hires DJ for half a day only Boozed dad dances to 'I'm too sexy for my shirt' – ends up causing fire at wedding Woman branded 'delusional' over wedding guest's dress – but his back For more lifestyle stories, sign up to the free Hot Topics newsletter here.
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'Saddest ever' £10m Grand Designs house 'gave viewers second-hand panic attack'
Daily Star revealed the fate of one of television's most infamous houses.Earlier this week, we told how the sprawling cliffside mansion once dubbed the 'saddest ever' Grand Designs property, had finally gone on the market for a whopping £10million.The extraordinary Chesil Cliff House is designed in the style of a lighthouse and has sat empty and imposing on the cliffs of Croyde, Devon for years due to development hell that has blighted the owner. READ MORE: 'Saddest ever' Grand Designs home on sale after owner divorce and building hellSince appearing on Channel 4's Grand Designs with his ambitious project in October 2019, Edward Short, 52, had been through the wringer with Covid, issues with contractors and financial stress placing the project at a bitter stalemate.The burden the white elephant of a house placed on Edward's personal life was also heavy as the exhausting process led him to separate from his wife Hazel.It was initially promised that the mansion would be on the market for a cool £10m by the end of 2021.However, this timeline never materialised due to a range of problems ranging from Covid-19 complications to difficulties with the temperature-sensitive tiling on the mansion's pool.It is set to go on sale shortly with a £10m asking price, and will return to Grand Designs in the autumn for an update episode.And Reddit users shared their thoughts on the development.
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Corrie's Ronnie 'set Ed up to be electrocuted' as fans twig sinister true identity
Coronation Street's Ed Bailey could be in a whole heap of trouble after being electrocuted last week, as fans think his brother Ronnie is up to no good.Ed was working on one of the radiators at Debbie Webster's hotel when he was thrown back by an electrical blast, ending up in hospital with his wife Aggie by his side.The pair swore revenge on Debbie, with Aggie threatening to bring her solicitor in on things after the Bistro owner refused to apologise and accept liability, though she knew the electrics hadn't been checked for more than a year.READ MORE:Emmerdale's Paige Sandhu sends fans wild as she shows off figure in sheer minidressEarlier in the week, Ronnie had shown a picture of a derelict pub to Ed and Paul, suggesting that they go in on buying it together to redevelop into housing.But fans have spotted what could be a sinister ulterior motive behind the plans, as Ronnie encouraged Ed to leave Steve's roofing job in order to head to the hotel to get more cash for the renovations.Taking to Reddit, one user posted: "So I may be way off about this because I missed the scene when Ed had his accident. Could Ronnie have set him up somehow?"He was really keen for Ed to leave the roof job at Steve's house for work at the hotel instead, and he wants money for the renovation of the building he plans to buy.
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Optical illusion shows cat – and if you spot it within 5 seconds you have top IQ
optical illusion is challenging players to find a cat within five seconds.The furry animal has managed to baffle social media users who are trying to find the direction it's travelling in.It shows the feline pacing on a grey flight of stairs. READ MORE: Optical illusion confuses viewers as it makes circles appear to change colour Although you can see the creature's face looking straight at you, it's still difficult to gauge where it's going.But if you do manage to crack the brainteaser in just five seconds, it could mean you're seriously intelligent.Studies show that the more you exercise your brain with difficult puzzles, the smarter you'll be.Some might see the cat crawling either up or down the staircase – so don't worry if you're struggling.The puzzle sparked a massive debate on Reddit with many trying to back up their answers.However, if you take a closer look at the mind-boggling illusion, you might notice a tell-tale sign revealing the direction.Many pointed out there was a noticeable stair lip in the image, which could mean the cat is descending down the steps.But some Reddit users spotted the mosaic staircase which could be adorned with a wooden protective lip.This could mean the fur ball is climbing up the staircase.Other viewers suggested the reflection of the light revealed the answer.One wrote: "Down, the jutting part of the stairs would be illogically placed on top."Another user commented: "Look at the cat's tail – it's facing upwards, or the opposite of the direction it's moving in."If the cat were to go up the stairs, its tail would point downwards." Want all the biggest Lifestyle news straight to your inbox? Sign up for our free Daily Star Hot Topics newsletter READ NEXT:
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