Bachelorette Speaks Out After Backlash: ‘I Refuse to Believe I Give Christians a Bad Name’

July 10, 2019

ShareTweetPinterest This season’s Bachelorette, Hannah Brown, has taken some serious heat for her controversial statements on sin and premarital sex. “I have had sex, and frankly, Jesus still adoration me, ” the 24 -year-old pageant queen infamously told contestant Luke P in the most-talked-about promo of the season. “Regardless of anything that I’ve done, I can do whatever, I sin daily and Jesus still adores me, ” she further explained…

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WATCH: Abortion Survivor Burned in Moms Womb for 18 Hours Jumps for the First Time in Her Life

July 2, 2019

ShareTweetPinterest “Instead of dying, after 18 hours of being burned in my mother’s womb, I was delivered alive in an abortion clinic in Los Angeles on April the 6th, 1977. My medical records state:’ Born alive during saline abortion at 6 am.’ “ These are the chilling words of Gianna Jessen, an abortion survivor who lived through a saline abortion procedure 42 years ago. “I should be blind, burned, and…

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The Betches’ Bachelorette Guide To Montreal Betches

June 28, 2019

Planning sucks, and bachelorette parties are a ton of work. So we’re taking all the guesswork out of planning a bachelorette party by breaking down top bachelorette destinations. Our guides will tell you where to stay, eat, party, how to get around, and give you a sample itinerary that you can follow. You’re welcome. Here’s our Betches Bachelorette Guide to Montreal. When you think of Montreal, you might not automatically…

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How to cook the perfect soupe au pistou | Felicity Cloake

June 24, 2019

A festival of summer veg in a bowl, attained irresistible with a garlicky dollop of herby pistou on top I didn’t get to eat any soupe au pistou while cycling from Marseille to Nice last spring, while experimenting the American gourmand Waverley Root observed, it’s one of the most wonderful soups known to man. Much like the more familiar pesto, but with its very own complement of controversies to navigate….

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The Battle of Winterfell Recap Good Day Westeros

June 20, 2019

Post your results. Image: Mashable/ Vicky Leta Predictive text memes are all over Twitter for a few cases reasons. First, they’re easy to do: All you need is 30 seconds and a phone; no Photoshop required. Second, they’re in a pliant format with virtually endless room for variation. And eventually, they scratch that bizarre itching many of us feel on the internet: The desire for an online entity — a…

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Fortnite leaks point to a ‘Horde Rush’ mode

June 12, 2019

FortniteAccording to longtime data miner FortTory, a new zombies-based limited time mode is on the way, and it’s called ” Mash” or “Horde Rush” depending on who “youre asking”. In a tweet, FortTory pasted the LTM’s official description: FortTory likewise been able to find some audio files that suggested these monsters or challenges will have some sort of sci-fi angle to them. Sounds for the upcoming’ Mash’ LTM pic.twitter.com/ CQcn3WCaqI…

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Tired: Eating Bugs. Wired: Eating Bug Meat Grown in a Lab

June 8, 2019

Depending on whom you ask, the future of food is plant-based burgers that bleed. Or we should all be eating bugs instead of cows. Or we need to grow burgers in the lab by culturing cells, thus avoiding having to feed and hydrate legions of kine burping up greenhouse gases. Or how about we mash these up a little: What if, in the lab, we grew not beef but insect…

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Tired: Eating Bugs. Wired: Eating Bug Meat Grown in a Lab

June 8, 2019

Depending on whom you ask, the future of food is plant-based burgers that bleed. Or we should all be eating bugs instead of cows. Or we need to grow burgers in the lab by culturing cells, thus avoiding having to feed and hydrate legions of kine burping up greenhouse gases. Or how about we mash these up a little: What if, in the lab, we grew not beef but insect…

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Tired: Eating Bugs. Wired: Eating Bug Meat Grown in a Lab

June 8, 2019

Depending on whom you ask, the future of food is plant-based burgers that bleed. Or we should all be eating bugs instead of cows. Or we need to grow burgers in the lab by culturing cells, thus avoiding having to feed and hydrate legions of kine burping up greenhouse gases. Or how about we mash these up a little: What if, in the lab, we grew not beef but insect…

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