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Op deze pagina vind je een overzicht van de bekende en minder bekende Buitenlandse Blogs waaronder Lifehacker, Ned Hardy, Uproxx, Oddity Central, The Daily Dot, Bits and Pieces, Busted Coverage, Klyker Picdumps, Acid Cow, Linkiest, Mother Jones, Messy Nessy Chic, Barnorama, Thrill Blender, Awkward Family Photo’s en Video’s that Suck. Het merendeel van de Blogs is in het Engels, maar je komt op de blogpagina overzichten ook Duitse, Zweedse of anderstalige blogs tegen.

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  • Today’s NYT Connections Hints (and Answer) for Sunday, September 24
    If you’re looking for the Connections answer for Sunday, September 24, 2023, read on—I’ll share some clues, tips, and strategies, and finally the solutions to all four categories. Beware, there are spoilers below for September 24, NYT Connections #105! Scroll to the end if you want some hints (and then... Read more »
  • Why You Shouldn't Wait to Aerate Your Lawn
    As you’re working your way through your fall gardening checklist, you may have questions about what to do to your lawn before winter sets in—like whether aerating is involved. There are a few different factors to consider, but if you decide the aerate your lawn, now’s probably the best time to... Read more »
  • The Best Ways to Improve Your Relationship With a Job You Hate
    From the first time someone asked us what we wanted to be when we grew up, we were given the impression that our future career was a big deal, and something that defined us. So when, as adults, our career or a particular job doesn’t live up to our expectations,... Read more »
  • The Most High-Maintenance Furniture You Might Want to Avoid
    When it comes to purchasing a new piece of furniture, looks are important, but there’s more to consider—like durability, cost, and how much time and effort you’ll need to spend cleaning and maintaining it. Even if chairs, tables, and sofas look great in highly styled Instagram photos, that doesn’t mean... Read more »
  • Today’s NYT Connections Hints (and Answer) for Saturday, September 23
    If you’re looking for the Connections answer for Saturday, September 23, 2023, read on—I’ll share some clues, tips, and strategies, and finally the solutions to all four categories. Beware, there are spoilers below for September 23, NYT Connections #104! Scroll to the end if you want some hints (and then... Read more »
  • You Can Get eero mesh Wifi Systems at a Huge Discount Right Now
    For those wanting the best home internet coverage, a mesh wifi system is a great way to go—and right now you can save up to 56% on select eero mesh wifi routers. Prices are accurate at the time of writing, but keep in mind that that they’re subject to change.Read... Read more »
  • Headway Premium Is $60 Right Now
    Headway is a mobile app that summarizes best-selling nonfiction books to give you key insights and actionable tips, and until October 2, a Headway Premium Lifetime Subscription is on sale for $59.97 (reg. $299).Read more...... Read more »

    Ned Hardy

  • She Played ‘Mia’ On Two and a Half Men. See Emmanuelle Vaugier Now At 47
    Emmanuelle Vaugier is a Canadian actress, best known for her roles as Mia on Two and a Half Men and Dr. Helen Bryce on Smallville. What is she up to now? Early Life Vaugier was born in Vancouver, Canada on June 23rd, 1976. Her parents were French immigrants, so she... Read more »
  • 10 Things You Didn’t Know about Sydney Agudong
    Rising star Sydney Agudong has captivated audiences with her acting and singing talents. The Hawaiian-born performer got her start in local theatre and talent shows before landing her first movie role at 13. Now, Agudong is stepping into the spotlight as she releases her debut single “Welcome to Hollywood” under... Read more »
  • VideoWhatever Happened To Marcus Chong, ‘Tank’ from The Matrix?
    It’s hard to believe it’s been nearly 25 years since The Matrix first hit theaters and dazzled audiences with its groundbreaking special effects and storytelling. The 1999 sci-fi action film was a massive box office hit and launched the careers of its main stars like Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss.... Read more »
  • Whatever Happened To Eric Gurry, ‘Horowitz’ From Bad Boys?
    In 1983, the gritty coming-of-age drama Bad Boys introduced movie audiences to a young actor named Eric Gurry in his breakout role as the troubled teenager Horowitz. Playing opposite Sean Penn, Gurry’s raw and emotional performance earned him rave reviews and marked him as an exciting new talent to watch.... Read more »
  • 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Actress Katrina Durden
    London-born Katrina Durden is quickly making a name for herself in action films, but there’s much more to this multi-talented performer. Before her scene-stealing turns in Marvel’s “Doctor Strange” and “Street Fighter: Resurrection,” Katrina pursued sports science, instructed martial arts, and honed her craft on stage and screen. With an... Read more »
  • Whatever Happened to Kalle Dedolph from MTV’s Road Rules?
    Remember Kalle Dedolph from MTV’s Road Rules back in the day? The blonde beauty was a fan favorite on the fourth season Islands back in 1997. Since her reality TV days, Kalle has led a pretty impressive career behind the scenes in Hollywood. Background Information Kalle Dedolph was born on... Read more »
  • 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Actress Rachel Stubington
    Rising star Rachel Stubington may be new to the spotlight, but she’s already making waves with her standout role in Apple TV’s “Shrinking.” Get to know this talented young actress beyond her on-screen character. From her Jewish upbringing in LA to her passion for comedy and advocacy for mental health,... Read more »

    Oddity Central

  • Romantic Relationships in the Era of Online ‘Loyalty Testers’
    A lack of trust in their romantic partners is pushing a lot of people to use online ‘loyalty testing’ services that flirt with partners and try to get them to cheat. At the beginning of this year, online ‘loyalty testers’ began trending on Vietnamese social media, and today a simple... Read more »
  • Woman Who Held 16 Jobs Simultaneously for Three Years Never Actually Did Any Work
    A Chinese woman has been charged with fraud after it was revealed that she was employed by 16 different companies at the same time, but she never really showed up for work at any of them. The woman, identified as Guan Yue (pseudonym) by Chinese media, had reportedly been juggling... Read more »
  • Russian Man Imprisoned 22 Years Ago Escapes on the Day of His Release
    A Russian man who had spent the last 22 years of his life in a penal colony for serious crimes, recently escaped on the very day he was supposed to be released. According to the SHOT Telegram channel, Kamoljon Kalonov had been serving a lengthy 22-year-sentence for a double murder,... Read more »
  • Pensioner Allegedly Loses 11 Kilos in Just 2.5 Hours, Sets New World Record
    A 69-year-old man from the Russian Republic of Dagestan claims to have set a new world record for fastest weight loss, after allegedly losing over 11 kilograms during a 2.5-hour race. Bahama Aigubov had already had his name inscribed in the Russian Book of Records in 2019 when he lost... Read more »
  • Chinese Women Are Using Fake Belly Button Stickers to Make Their Legs Look Longer
    Belly button stickers are apparently all the rage in China these days, as a growing number of women are reportedly using them as a way of making their legs appear longer. There is a curious beauty trend going on in China right now. Young women are paying 5-10 RMB ($0.70... Read more »
  • India’s Teenage ‘Slum Princess’, a Real-Life Cinderella Story
    Maleesha Kharwa grew up in Mumbai’s infamous Dharavi slum, but thanks to a chance encounter with an American actor, she became one of India’s most popular teenage models. At just 15 years of age, Maleesha Kharwa has already graced the covers of international fashion magazines like Vogue and Cosmopolitan, become... Read more »
  • Artist Ordered to Repay Museum $76,000 After Turning In Blank Canvases as Artworks
    Danish artist Jens Haaning has been ordered to repay the Kunsten Museum in Aalborg 532,000 kroner ($76,000) after handing in two blank canvases as artworks in a project he named ‘Take the Money and Run’. In 2021, Jens Haaning, a Danish conceptual artist whose work focuses on power and inequality,... Read more »


    • Klyker Picdump #1295 (55 photos)
      Klyker Picdump #1295 (55 photos) first shown on KLYKER.COMIntroducing the latest Klyker picdump extravaganza! Brace yourself as klyker.com unveils a handpicked collection of 55 brand-new, uproarious images guaranteed to tickle your funny bone. 9/22/2023 Don’t forget to check out the previous Klyker picdump The post Klyker Picdump #1295 (55 photos) first appeared on... Read more »
    • Redhead Beauties #32 (40 photos)
      Redhead Beauties #32 (40 photos) first shown on KLYKER.COMToday, klyker.com presents 40 captivating photos showcasing the unique allure of redheaded beauties. | Hot redhead girls. 9/22/2023 Check out more redhead beauties The post Redhead Beauties #32 (40 photos) first appeared on KLYKER.COM.... Read more »
    • Funny Pics and Memes to Make You Laugh #69 (37 photos)
      Funny Pics and Memes to Make You Laugh #69 (37 photos) first shown on KLYKER.COMFor all the meme lovers out there, get ready to laugh with our hilarious collection of funny memes. These memes are guaranteed to make you chuckle and brighten up your day. I know you will enjoy this selection... Read more »
    • Interesting Pictures with Captions #69 (30 photos)
      Interesting Pictures with Captions #69 (30 photos) first shown on KLYKER.COMGet ready for a visual treat with our new collection of random pictures, improved with interesting captions. These captions add a new layer of meaning and humor to the images, making them even more enjoyable to view. Without further ado, enjoy... Read more »
    • Mind-Blowing Tattoos Worth Every Penny #9 (33 photos)
      Mind-Blowing Tattoos Worth Every Penny #9 (33 photos) first shown on KLYKER.COMInk lovers, get ready to be amazed by mind-blowing tattoos! From intricate designs to realistic tattoos, the artistry of tattooing has reached new heights. Enjoy this selection of 33 tattoos that will leave you amazed. 9/22/2023 Also check out these mind-blowing... Read more »
    • Random Charts and Maps Filled with Interesting Data #70 (28 photos)
      Random Charts and Maps Filled with Interesting Data #70 (28 photos) first shown on KLYKER.COMAre you interested in discovering some intriguing charts and maps filled with interesting data? Look no further! From maps to graphs: 28 awesome visualizations that uncover hidden insights. 9/22/2023 Also check out more random charts and maps. The post Random... Read more »

      Mother Jones

    • Why Did It Take So Long for Dems to Turn Against Bob Menendez?
      Within hours of Sen. Robert Menendez’s indictment Friday on bribery charges, prominent members of his party were already calling on the New Jersey Democrat to resign. “These are serious charges that implicate national security and the integrity of our criminal justice system,” Gov. Phil Murphy said in a statement. “The... Read more »
    • Muhammed Bin Salman Says He Will “Continue Doing Sportswashing”
      In 2018, according to the US government, Muhammed Bin Salman—the de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia—personally ordered the assasination of a journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, at the Saudi embassy in Istanbul. Five years later, MBS just might be the most powerful figure in international sports. The Public Investment Fund, Saudi Arabia’s... Read more »
    • Joe Biden Is About to Go Where No President Has Gone Before
      On September 15, the United Auto Workers began a targeted strike against Ford, GM, and Stellantis (the conglomerate that includes Chrysler) in an effort to secure higher wages, a four-day work week, and other protections in the union’s next contract. The strike is a huge development for American workers, but... Read more »
    • Arctic Lakes Are Carbon Banks. What Happens When They Heat Up?
      This story was originally published by Yale e360 and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. A family of muskox rumbles along craggy hilltops overlooking the small parade of humans crossing the West Greenland tundra. Ecologist Václava Hazuková, in the lead, sets a brisk pace as we bushwhack through knee-high willow... Read more »
    • Biden Flips the Script on Republicans in New Pro-Union Ad
      In an effort to tout his support for unions, President Biden doesn’t appear to have to do much talking. In fact, a new campaign ad is relying on the real words of his Republican opponents to do just that. “When you have a president that’s constantly saying, ‘Go union, go... Read more »
    • Gold Bars, Cash, and Halal Meat: The Wild Allegations Against Bob Menendez
      Sen. Robert Menendez was charged Friday with using his power to help three men and the Egyptian government in exchange for bribes. Prosecutors say the New Jersey Democrat and his wife took hundreds of thousands of dollars via gold bars, mortgage payments, a Mercedes-Benz convertible, and cash that investigators found... Read more »
    • Brazil’s Top Court Rejects Attempt to Thwart Indigenous Land Claims
      This story was originally published by the Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Brazil’s supreme court has blocked efforts to dramatically strip back Indigenous land rights in what activists called a historic victory for the South American country’s original inhabitants. Nine of the court’s 11 members voted against what rights groups... Read more »

      Messy Nessy Chic

    • The Lost Art and Innovation of Milk Plastic
      Got milk? Pour yourself a glass and gulp down some little-known history about the household staple. In the early decades of the 20th century, milk was commonly used to make many plastic ornaments, including jewellery, gemstones, buttons, decorative buckles, fountain pens, fancy comb and brush sets and even piano keys. Milk plastic was... Read more »
    • Struck with Style: Lightning Rod Fashion of the 18th Century
      Unfathomably whacky fashions have seen the light over the ages. Take the perilous hobble skirt of the early 1910s that deliberately impeded its wearer’s ability to walk, or the gentleman’s codpiece that drew eyes to his genital area for most of 16th century Europe. We’ve dug up yet another surprising... Read more »
    • Murder at the Tiki Palace: When Swinging Went Sour in the 70s
      Chattanooga, Tennessee: known for its southern charm, Civil War battlefields and … an infamous swingers palace? Indeed, perched in the hills overlooking the city, Tennessee once had its own Playboy mansion of sorts. The tiki-themed estate was centered around a highly unusual indoor swimming pool, built with underwater canals that... Read more »
    • Ode to the Rag-and-Bone Man
      When Parisian garbage collectors went on strike in the Spring of 2023, suddenly everyone was talking and thinking about trash. Sanitation and waste management services are so commonplace for the majority of the world, it takes an almighty “big stink” for us to realise just how important and valuable sanitary... Read more »
    • 13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. 663)
      1. This penthouse by Le Corbusier in 1920s Paris During the Parisian annèes folles, he [Carlos de Beistegui] selected Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret to design a machine à amuser, a penthouse on the Champs-Élysées dedicated entirely to entertaining and hosting crazy Parisian parties typical of those years, characterized by a... Read more »
    • A Brief History of the Mom & Pop Business of Public Execution
      In Paris, when his father died in 1644, Louis Desmorest inherited his family’s execution business at the age of 10. His mother had been part of an established execution family that had been in business for the past 100 years. Desmorest’s mother’s clan also hatched the most notable of all... Read more »
    • All Hail Rosaleen Norton and her Wicked Cool Revival of Witchcraft
      When did witchcraft actually become “cool”? At the beginning of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, three witches chanting “Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and cauldron bubble, something wicked this way comes”, were described as ‘old bearded hags’ by the playwright. Persecuted and hunted by the church for centuries but now popularised... Read more »


    • Barno Morning Picdump (34 Pics)
      Quiet, crisp mornings are the best with Barnorama Morning Picdump. The post Barno Morning Picdump (34 Pics) appeared first on Barnorama.... Read more »
    • 30 Hot Weekend Girls
      Sexy girls who will help you enjoy your weekend. The post 30 Hot Weekend Girls appeared first on Barnorama.... Read more »
    • 50 Adorable Girls Grinning With Radiant Smiles
      A heartwarming collection that celebrates the joy and positivity of fifty charming young women. Each page of this delightful compilation captures the genuine happiness reflected in their radiant smiles. The post 50 Adorable Girls Grinning With Radiant Smiles appeared first on Barnorama.... Read more »
    • 49 Hot Girls With No Bra
      A collection of hot girls who don't wanna wear bra. The post 49 Hot Girls With No Bra appeared first on Barnorama.... Read more »
    • Daily Barno Gifdump (36 GIFs)
      The best gifs and animations around the net. The post Daily Barno Gifdump (36 GIFs) appeared first on Barnorama.... Read more »
    • Funny, Interesting And Crazy Photos (60 Pics)
      A daily dose of interesting and funny pictures. The post Funny, Interesting And Crazy Photos (60 Pics) appeared first on Barnorama.... Read more »
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      Awkward Family Photo's

    • The Last Action Hero
      “My dad one arm-saving me on a roller coaster in 1995 when I was 1. No seatbelt or straps back in those days!” (submitted by IG @wavy_moo)  The post The Last Action Hero appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »
    • My Favorite Place In Maine
      “This is me in 3rd grade. I had used my nana’s hair perming rollers the night before so I would look extra fancy for ‘my favorite place in Maine’ school presentation.” (submitted by IG @hellogore) The post My Favorite Place In Maine appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »
    • Just My Duck
      “My mom had taken my duck and I to the mall for professional pictures in ’03. Her name was Je’taime” (submitted by IG @izzzzy_bella_) The post Just My Duck appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »
    • Potty Mouth
      “This picture was taken at my wedding, which took place outdoors and yes, we did have a port-a-potty for our guests. My uncle was the photographer and this was a sign of his “professionalism.” (submitted by Katie) The post Potty Mouth appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »
    • Final Destination
      “This is a photo of my family on vacation around 1981 or so. I’m the boy in the red shirt along with my brother and sister and our cousin.” (submitted by Derrick) The post Final Destination appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »
    • The Great Mustache Caper
      “I asked my dad why he grew it like that he just said that he saw a Led Zeppelin album with old soldiers on it and one of the soldiers had a mustache like that so he just copied them. Needless to say, my mom hated the mustache.” (submitted by... Read more »
    • The Leg Sweepers
      “My father insisted that all of us must begin lessons in karate after The Karate Kid came out in the 1980’s.  His pride in our accomplishments led to a family photo.” (submitted by Kristi)  The post The Leg Sweepers appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.... Read more »