It’s official: you don’t have to live in France

It’s official: you don’t have to live in France
LONDON (Reuters) – Ask most Britons if they would rather live in France and they’d probably answer “oui.” But British judges have ruled that two English boys who hate living there don’t have to.[Lees verder]

Zany bid for surreal immortality
LONDON (Reuters) – Share a bath with the most rattlesnakes. Join the longest bra chain. Marvel at the world’s biggest underpants.[Lees verder]

The poop on where to hide your old pills
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Got some leftover drugs — the kind that someone else might want to use, such as painkillers or stimulants? Wrap them up in used kitty litter or other pet droppings, the U.S. government advises.[Lees verder]

Seeing red over revolutionary toilet humor
BEIJING (Reuters) – Beijing authorities have scolded a local Communist revolution-themed restaurant for harming national sentiment by painting a sign “liberation zone” pointing the way to its toilets.[Lees verder]

The Office: how to negotiate the daily minefield
LONDON (Reuters) – Sharing an office with my ex-lover is hell. I fear the cleaner stole my Nike sneakers. I pressed “Send” without thinking. Help![Lees verder]

Bishop backs brothel regulation
LONDON (Reuters) – A Roman Catholic bishop in the southern English port city of Portsmouth is backing a campaign to legalize brothels without in any way condoning them.[Lees verder]

It’s official: you don’t have to live in France
LONDON (Reuters) – Ask most Britons if they would rather live in France and they’d probably answer “oui.” But British judges have ruled that two English boys who hate living there don’t have to.[Lees verder]

Zany bid for surreal immortality
LONDON (Reuters) – Share a bath with the most rattlesnakes. Join the longest bra chain. Marvel at the world’s biggest underpants.[Lees verder]

The poop on where to hide your old pills
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Got some leftover drugs — the kind that someone else might want to use, such as painkillers or stimulants? Wrap them up in used kitty litter or other pet droppings, the U.S. government advises.[Lees verder]

Seeing red over revolutionary toilet humor
BEIJING (Reuters) – Beijing authorities have scolded a local Communist revolution-themed restaurant for harming national sentiment by painting a sign “liberation zone” pointing the way to its toilets.[Lees verder]

The Office: how to negotiate the daily minefield
LONDON (Reuters) – Sharing an office with my ex-lover is hell. I fear the cleaner stole my Nike sneakers. I pressed “Send” without thinking. Help![Lees verder]

Bishop backs brothel regulation
LONDON (Reuters) – A Roman Catholic bishop in the southern English port city of Portsmouth is backing a campaign to legalize brothels without in any way condoning them.[Lees verder]

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