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Fairytales much older than previously known, say researchers

Published in Odd and Fun on 16th October 2017

Study of fairy story beginnings detects some back thousands of years, with one fable dating back as far as copper age Fairy narratives such as Beauty and the Beast and Rumpelstiltskin can be traced back thousands of years to prehistoric times, with one narrative is obtained from the copper age, academics have disclosed. Using techniques […]

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Amal Awad: ‘Arab girls have traditionally been written about in a extremely patronising way’

Published in Odd and Fun on 13th October 2017

In our succession Beauty and the books, we chitchat to those who love both books and charm concoctions. Here the author talks about her staying love of kohl eyeliner, Marian Keyess novel Watermelon and addressing up for Arab women With insight into both the western and Arabic world-wides, the author Amal Awad is examining how […]

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The Greasy Strangler review- a lively oasis of slime and immorality

Published in Odd and Fun on 10th October 2017

The relentless monstrosity of a movie is rife with fetishized cellulite, disgusting food and firehose penises. Its not for everyone but perhaps it should be Not every 1980 s cinema programmed for 12 bells, fondly recollected or not, deserves the often misappropriation label midnight movie. The Greasy Strangler, the first feature film from Jim Hosking, […]

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I’m Not Outraged By The Negativity I Receive About My Interracial Relationship

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th October 2017

Patience is a virtue that is suggested to everyone. But if you are in an interracial tie-in in 2016, fortitude is a required science. A sense of humor will take you a long way more, but you won’t make it out the front doorway without patience. I hold myself a biracial woman, although, based on […]

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In defence of pretentiousness | Dan Fox

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th October 2017

The long speak: In an age that hero-worship the genuine, it has become a innuendo for all seasons the easy acces to tear down the poseurs and announce youre not one of them. But without it, life is indeed very monotonou indeed Pretentiousness is always someone elses misdemeanour. Its never a crime in the first […]

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The unlikely romantic: how Kim Jong-il acquainted “ve been wanting to” North Korean cinema

Published in Odd and Fun on 3rd October 2017

Unlike his father, the DPRKs second sovereign was a fan of on-screen affairs but exclusively because it facilitated reinforce the regimes agenda, writes NK News North Koreas founding father, Kim Il-sung, was a dictator who censored market pleasure, belief and all pronouncements of adoration in movies, books or music. The only permissible public expressions of […]

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Nicole Kidman to connect Colin Farrell in Lobster director Yorgos Lanthimos’ thriller

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th September 2017

The Oscar-winner is in talks to play the Irish actors wife in supernatural reprisal cinema The Killing of a Sacred Deer Nicole Kidman is in talks to join Colin Farrell in the brand-new psychological thriller from Yorgos Lanthimos. The Greek film-maker, who saw his English expression entry with dystopian dating satire The Lobster, has furthermore […]

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13 Stagecoaches Of Realise Just How Much Better Off You Are Without Him

Published in Odd and Fun on 6th September 2017

1. Please stop sayingYoure better without him . Ilove him, so why wouldIbe betteroff withouthim? Yes, I know he interrupted my heart and you think hes a jerk, but it could stillwork out. 2. He precisely necessity some time away to imagine events through . The timings really bad. Hes busy with design. With lineage […]

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Virgins? What virgins?

Published in Odd and Fun on 29th August 2017

It is generally believed that Muslim &# x27; martyrs &# x27; enjoy rich sensual reinforces on reaching paradise. A brand-new investigate advocates they may be disappointed. Ibn Warraq reports In August, 2001, the American television station CBS aired an interview with a Hamas activist Muhammad Abu Wardeh, who recruited gunmen for suicide bombings in Israel. […]

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Rashida Jones on pornography: ‘It’s not this pitch-dark, taboo occasion any more’

Published in Odd and Fun on 27th August 2017

The actor, columnist and farmer talks about her new Netflix show Hot Girls Craved: Altered On and how our attitudes of watching porn are shifting While the critical groundswell of kudo towards Netflix had been widely focused on their ever-increasing library of scripted sequence, the streaming giant has also been softly making an impressively varied […]

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