THERE’S a wide smile on the face
of the former owner of a set of
gold dentures worn by Britain’s
wartime prime minister Sir
The solid gold dentures this
week were sold for a handsome
£16,000 ($25,000) at an auction
in London overnight.
Lionel Willis from auction house
Bonhams said the dental
appliance was particularly
significant because Churchill’s
most famous speeches “could
have been made over the top of
“I think that’s a rather spooky
feeling,” he added.
SIGNIFICANT shrinkage occurred
across Russia earlier this week,
after tens of thousands of people
jumped into holes cut in ice to
help celebrate the Russian
Orthodox festival of Epiphany.
Rivers across the huge country
are frozen over due to extremely
cold weather, but that hasn’t
stopped devotees from traditional
celebrations which include diving
into the freezing water as a
symbol of the baptism of Jesus by
John the Baptist.
Many believe that the water
takes on sacred healing powers
during the annual holiday.
A church spokesman warned
believers to only jump into the
freezing water after consulting
JAPANESE people really love their
gadgets, but this is ridiculous.
Electronics company Sega has
gone up a notch from the already
hi-tech toilets available in Tokyo,
launching special urine-controlled
games in public bathrooms.
The so-called ‘Toylets’ games
operate using special pressure
sensors in the urinals, with
activities including ‘Graffiti Eraser’
in which a user aims at particular
points on the urinal to rub out
“virtual graffiti” on an electronic
display; or ‘Splashing Battle’
which sees men rated against
previous urinal users in terms of
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