Sure, Gordon Ramsay has high standards, but is there really anything he would never eat? Turns out it's more of a place where he would never eat rather than one specific food - and that's on a plane. In an interview with Refinery29, Gordon revealed his feelings about airplane food and why those feelings might be justified. "There's no f*cking way I eat on planes," he said. "I worked for airlines for 10 years, so I know where this food's been and where it goes, and how long it took before it got on board." Yikes. The man has a point - there's no denying that airplane food is not the best. So what's a traveler to do to avoid midflight hunger, according to the world-renowned chef? If you're like
DEAR ABBY: My husband has been sick and unable to work for several years due to a debilitating illness. He has been home taking care of the kids while I have been working full time. We have lost everything because of the financial burden of his illness. I am very grateful to my parents for helping us financially during this tough time. Unfortunately, I believe some of my family think my husband is faking his illness. This is hurtful since they have known him for a long time (we’ve been married 12 years). My sister recently asked him in a rather nasty way why he doesn’t just go get a job, and I’m beginning to think that my parents share her sentiment. He already feels guilty and worthless for
American Airlines issued a statement yesterday explaining a tragic medical mystery that happened in the cockpit. On Wednesday, an American Airlines co-pilot…
Australian golden retriever Oscar had to get minor surgery. This is decidedly bad news, but his post-surgery bliss says otherwise. His owner, Sarah, posted this picture of Oscar on the way home from surgery, while he was still on sedatives, showing that he might have not had too bad a time. And people could not get enough of it. doggo went under for surgery and now he is DRUGGO pic.twitter.com/ZTJpqapbGq - hot librarian (@smack__that) March 27, 2017 That smile! You can practically see the big doggy spa he's imagining in his head, brought on by whatever the vet used to put him under. SEE ALSO: Meet the dog who's basically a saint If there was ever a time to use the phrase "blissed out," it's here. The very picture of bliss. At home, Sarah had help of a feline friend in making sure he got better: @JackLScanlan his lil mate's looking out for him pic.twitter.com/CipxihNeXJ - hot librarian (@smack__that) March 27, 2017 Now, Sarah says that he's recovering just fine. @aimeeclarke he's fine!! Being well looked after pic.twitter.com/6hwub6jCvE - hot librarian (@smack__that) March 28, 2017 Even without the sedatives he's still a pretty peaceful pup. But how is he dealing with all this newfound attention now that he's gone dog viral?? he's hired security to deal with his newfound celebrité pic.twitter.com/lfKlECZe58 - hot librarian (@smack__that) March 30, 2017 Phew. Sleep easy folks, Oscar is taken care of. Perhaps the best part of all this is the follow up: people replying with pictures of their own dogs after surgery. The doggy drowsiness is real. @smack__that awwww your doggo got much happier drugs than mine! pic.twitter.com/85cQQn61zh - Nikki (@nikki_isabel) March 27, 2017 DOG TONGUE ALERT: @nikki_isabel @smack__that omg pic.twitter.com/3CwiqXzbex - Sydney Taylor (@stayl0r2) March 28, 2017 All in all, a really adorable corner of the internet. Get well, all you pups! [H/T]: Buzzfeed WATCH: Finally, you can vacuum clean your dog
The Property Brothers Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott stay connected. As the stars of HGTV’s most popular series, Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott, 38, have spinoff shows, a bestselling book (their second, It Takes Two: Our Story, comes out Sept. 5), their own production company and a collection of furniture and decor. “This is the most humbling, unexpected, fantastic place to be in my life,” Jonathan tells PEOPLE of his relationship with girlfriend, Jacinta Kuznetsov, 28, a development producer at Scott Entertainment.
A serial killer known as the "Angel of Death" after he admitted killing three dozen hospital patients in Ohio and Kentucky died Thursday, two days after investigators said he was attacked in prison, Ohio's prisons department said. Donald Harvey, who was serving multiple life sentences, was found beaten in his cell Tuesday afternoon at the state's prison in Toledo, state officials said.