Sunday, February 27, 2011

Another one of those strange Ebay Ads - Child Coffin for sale, slightly used.

Occasianaly i come across some bizzare stuff, dont ask how, i just do.

Read on with delight, visit the original ad here. MAybe her might get some bidders!

Bought it and used it as a coffee table but family does not like it so i have to depart with it. 

It has body bag white in colour silver locking screws cover sheet  is gold and moroune. Inside has white lace skirting and white silk inside. It is 1.2 metres. It is a child coffin. 

Still looks new feel free to take a look pick up only. I did not want to put used as people will think it was "USED" if you know what i mean.
Any enquiries call  Ken
Happy Bidding

Friday, February 25, 2011

Taiwan baby dies as parents play web games: report

TAIPEI (AFP) - A young Taiwanese couple have been accused of letting their baby girl starve to death because they were obsessed with playing games online and forgot to feed her regularly, police said Friday.
The one-year-old weighed only four kilograms (nine pounds), or half the average size of a girl her age, when the couple reported her death earlier this week, the police said.

According to the local Apple Daily newspaper, when police arrived, they found a girl reduced to "just skin and bone and with sunken eyes", while a gaming website was flickering on the computer monitor next to her crib.
Prosecutors will look into the cause of the girl's death and determine whether her parents, in their early 20s, were responsible. They face up to two years in prison for manslaughter if convicted.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Breast milk ice cream cools down customers at British parlour

Breast milk ice cream was being scooped up by British customers yesterday after a London parlour used milk donated by a UK mom to make the "totally natural" treat.
Victoria Hiley, 35, a mother of one from Leeds in northern England, has already donated a liter of her breast milk to Icecreamists parlour for the dish it calls Baby Gaga, UK website Parentdish reported.
"What's the harm in using my assets for a bit of extra cash?" said Hiley, who responded to an advert for milk suppliers on another parenting website, Mumsnet. "What could be more natural than fresh, free-range mother's milk in an ice cream?"
The new parlour, based in London's trendy Covent Garden district, pays £15 ($24) for every 10 ounces of milk and has already had 15 mothers become donors. Each lactating woman undergoes the same health checks used by the UK's National Health Service to screen blood donors.
Matt O'Connor, 44, who runs Icecreamists, makes the dish by blending the breast milk with Madagascan vanilla pods and lemon zest.
"No-one's done anything interesting with ice cream in the last hundred years," he said. "Some people will hear about it and go, 'yuck,' but actually it's pure, organic, free-range and totally natural."

Canteen takes up online spy technology

NEW canteens are allowing parents to log in and spy on their children's school lunches online.
 The swipe card technology also allows parents to block their kids from buying junk food.
At Kardinia International College in Geelong, Victoria, students can only buy items at the canteen with an electronic card.

Principal John Goodfellow said students could load the card using a machine at school or parents could load it from the internet.
"They go up and point the card and what comes up on the screen is their photo and then the serving staff know if there are any restrictions on what they eat," he said.
"So parents can say they're not allowed to have this or not allowed to have that. If they order a pie and they're not allowed a pie, the transaction will be refused.

"They can actually look up on the web and see what they bought for lunch."
Mr Goodfellow said the school planned to introduce prize systems for students who bought the most healthy lunches.
Nutritionist Dr Rosemary Stanton said the system was beneficial because it meant parents could have control over what their kids bought.
"The downside is that it takes away from kids the opportunity to set their own limits," she said.
"They need to be able to monitor their own food habits, but the best way for them to do that is for them to develop good habits early so it is good in that sense."

Saturday, February 19, 2011 is alive again!!!! - well maybe not the bit...

Hi Yall

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