GETTING rejected by a partner is never pleasant – but this collection of text break-ups is brutal. The comical collection includes the fed-up lover who says her partner should extend their “break” until the end of their life. Another awkward exchange reveals the texter who replies saying “I’m asleep”, when their would-be romancer admits they are trying to sleep with them. Other people have to awkwardly admit they have deleted the texter’s number so have no clue who is contacting them. And one bold girl has replied to a flirty message requesting money from him. Here, the Sun Online reveals some of the most savage text messages that have swiftly prevented any potential romances from developing…Gone up in flames Goodbye, my lover Make or break If you don't ask, you don't get Gone girl Three's a crowd No shame Heart attack Head vs heart Who said love is dead? Hole new world Stop, in the name of love Low blow When you have to get creative with … [Read more...] about Texters share the SAVAGE messages they sent to break up with love rat exes
0 Have your say One of the pleasures of being retired is having the time to take some exercise in Southsea’s gardens and seafront. Coming down the Avenue de Caen I was surprised and horrified to see municipal workers tearing out the shrubs from up the Peace Garden, located opposite the D-Day Museum.Apparently the dove as an emblem of peace is to be replaced, and this important symbol of Caen- Portsmouth friendship wiped off the map.Who authorised this wanton act of official vandalism? Was it due to party political influence since the Garden was opened under a previous Labour administration? Was it to save money as part of the savage cuts that the city council has made over recent years?Are our links with France in this no longer to be retained in this Brexit era? Or does someone think that peace is not a vital aim worth marking in a special place in our city?Would someone please reassure me that the Peace Garden will not be destroyed and my fears are unwarranted?Hon … [Read more...] about LETTER OF THE DAY: Why tear up our Peace Garden?
US President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address on Tuesday generated a record-breaking 4.5 million tweets. The president used the maiden speech to talk about his plans for immigration, boast of economic achievements and threaten foreign adversaries. The 4.5 million tweets far surpassed the previous record for a State of the Union address of 3 million in 2017. But what were the moments that got people talking? And what were social media users saying? The most tweeted moments The top three tweeted moments during Trump’s address were: 1. Trump says: “We stand for the national anthem” Trump told a story about 12-year-old Preston Sharp from California who started a movement to put flags on veterans’ graves. “Young patriots like Preston teach all of us about our civic duty as Americans. Preston's reverence for those who have served our Nation reminds us why we salute our flag, why we put our hands on our hearts for the pledge of allegiance, … [Read more...] about How did social media react to Trump’s State of the Union speech?
Home / News / UK & World by Press Association January 29 2018, 11.01am FacebookTwitterWhatsAppLinkedInEmail Sign up to our Daily newsletter Want to read more?Subscribe today from £1 a week Communities are being urged to “break the silence” over paramilitary attacks and help end the violence. The call follows two “terrifying” paramilitary-style shootings in Belfast on Sunday night. A 41-year-old man was shot five times in his arms and legs when a gang entered his home at Ballymurphy in the west of the city. In north Belfast, a 26-year-old man was shot three times in his legs at his home in Upper Meadow Street, New Lodge. Police said both victims have sustained “potentially life-changing injuries” and were taken to hospital. A PSNI spokesman described both incidents as “terrifying” paramilitary-style attacks in the victims’ own homes. “It is another example of a criminal group trying to control a … [Read more...] about Communities urged to break the silence over paramilitary attacks
A WAITROSE own brand tomato soup beat Heinz's version in a blind taste test, despite costing almost half the price.The cream of tomato soup from the budget Essential range was voted the tastiest soup out of seven supermarket tinned soups.The Good Housekeeping Institute gave the Waitrose Essential Cream of Tomato Soup a score of 74 out of 100 with Heinz in second with 72.The Waitrose winter-warmer cost 52p - almost half the price of the market leader from Heinz which costs 95p.Judges blind taste tested the cupboard staples for Good Housekeeping and describe the Waitrose soup as "luxuriously smooth" and dubbed it "simply delicious".They said that the Heinz soup left them with a "disappointing aftertaste", despite coming in second place.But cheapest isn't always best. Tesco Everyday Value Tomato Soup costs only 25p per tin but it came in last place in the taste test, scoring a dismal 44 points.The savage review from Good Housekeeping read: "This soup did not inspire passion."Our testers … [Read more...] about Waitrose soup beats Heinz in blind taste test – and it’s almost HALF the price