Ahh, the honeymoon. For many couples, this equates to sun, sand, and well... lots and lots of sex. Counting On star Jinger Duggar and her new husband Jeremy Vuolo are sure getting a taste of this on their honeymoon in Australia - and they're even making jokes out of it! The affectionate couple allude to their sexcapades in a new Counting On clip featured on Us Weekly. While it's clear that most of their vacation is being spent in the bedroom, Jinger and her husband talk about how excited they are about a cooking class they signed up for in the Land Down Under. "Being newlyweds, I think we're both looking forward to cooking together," the Duggar sis explained in the preview. "That's something
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Republican lawmakers across the country have grown wary of holding town hall meetings with constituents. What's scaring these brave public servants? Paid protesters. Specifically, paid liberal protesters. (It's a well-known fact that all conservative protesters are volunteer and have legitimate gripes that must be heard.) Most in the FAKE NEWS media will claim there's no such things as a paid liberal protester. They'll say people are simply turning out to express frustration over GOP policies and because they don't want to lose their health care and die. But I'm here to tell you otherwise: Paid liberal protesters totally exist; it's an excellent career choice with surprisingly good benefits;
Costco is expected to raise its membership fees by nearly 10% in the next couple of months. The...
Almost exactly 580 years ago, King James I of Scotland was murdered by a group of conspirators in a sewer tunnel beneath a monastery as he attempted to escape, recounts the BBC. Stabbed dozens of times, he is said to have died in a pool of his own blood. His tomb, however, has been lost to history, and now researchers and archaeologists are coming together to try to find it underneath the Scottish city of Perth and to recreate the site as a virtual museum. "It's like Game of Thrones and Outlander all rolled into one-except this story is real," says a project leader from the Glasgow School of Art, per the AFP. He adds that the king-known also as a poet, musician, and athlete-had been working to
A judge has confirmed the arrest of Daniel Belling, the German citizen detained in Italy accused of murdering his wife Xing Lei Li, who vanished mysteriously from a luxury cruise ship. The man was questioned for eight hours on 24 February in the presence of preliminary investigative judge Maria Paola Tomaselli and prosecutor Barbara Zuin. Belling said the last he heard from his wife was when the ship was in Katakolon, Greece. "We were sailing between Malta and Greece when my wife started showing signs of irritation. She was tired of being on the stop and she hinted at interrupting the trip. In the past she had left during a few trips" the man said, quoted in Italian media. Belling said the last