Weird news

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April 27, 2017

A girl has been using her boyfriend's balls as a beauty blender.

Johnna Hines decided to test out the versatility of her beau's testicles by smearing her make-up on her face with them and she was left gobsmacked by how well it worked.

She told The Huffington Post: "I never in a million years imagined it would get this much attention. It's definitely been a crazy experience. To be honest, it worked surprisingly well. I obviously only did it on my forehead, but I didn't even need to fix it after with a beauty blender or anything, so it's safe to say it worked successfully."

She initially shared a clip of her having her forehead rubbed by his balls on Twitter.

Alongside the graphic video, she wrote: "I think I started a new Instagram make-up trend (sic)"

Commuters were left stunned after a 64-mile train journey was listed as costing PS10,000.

Social media users took screenshots of the journey listing on trainline.com of the trip from Taunton in Somerset to Trowbridge, and it has since gone viral online.

A user with the handle Daravel-Fox said: "PS10,000 first-class railway ticket. Sounds like standard prices for via London trains (sic)."

Another Twitter user called Ryan Laird added: "I knew UK train prices were bad at times, but PS10,000 for a train ticket? (sic)"

Great Western Railway have responded and claim a technical issue had occurred and reassured passengers that the journey would cost around PS12.70.

A representative for the network told the Wiltshire Times: "We are aware of an IT glitch which has published fares for a first-class journey that does not exist. We are working to remedy this as soon as possible. Anytime single fares between Taunton and Trowbridge are available from PS12.70."

A babysitter was given a huge list of unconventional tips for looking after children.

Some of the strangest bits of advice included not letting their neighbours borrow food and not picking up the house phone "unless they feel like paying bills".

Sharing the extensive list on Twitter, the child minder's boyfriend wrote: "My girl went to go babysit and this is what the parents left her. (sic)"

But most shockingly was the parent saying if their little ones need breastfeeding, they should just watch a how-to video on YouTube to learn how to do it.

And that they should just let them watch the television and eat pizza and let them get on with it.

The long list read: "Let the kids have as much sugar as they want, as long as they will go away. I encourage the kids to watch as much TV as possible so they will leave you the hell alone. Feel free to do the same. They do still breastfeed on demand, just download a video on YouTube. Don't waste your time cooking or providing healthy snacks, jut give them pizza and leave."