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Why yes, this hybrid car DOES have wings!
The pic (above) is the next-gen TF-X, and it will be a street legal plug-in hybrid car that has collapsible wings, retractable propellers, and is capable of driving and flying on its own in the event of an emergency. Emergency? More like EVERY TIME WE NEED TO GO TO WORK!
It is both shockingly cheap and shockingly easy to help END7 bring an end to 7 common yet devastating tropical diseases.
What isn't easy is witnessing what the diseases do to the 1 billion people suffering from them.
In the video above, celebrity advocates for the cause sit down and watch exactly what they're fighting — and the team at END7 filmed their reactions. It's raw.
Emily Blunt, Tom Felton and a number of other stars have joined END7’s campaign to fight and control the seven most prevalent tropical diseases, including hookworm, elephantiasis and river blindness. With help, they can bring an end to it all by 2020. That's only 7 years away!
Here's what Emily said:
“Until recently, I didn’t even know these diseases existed. The serious disabilities and suffering they inflict on the world’s poorest people is heart-wrenching. But I was inspired to join the END7 campaign because, for once, the solution is simple and available now.”
She isn't joking about how simple it is. Watch the video (above) to find out how!
Butterfingers used to be my favorite candy …. until I started reading the labels on everything! Here is a delicious recipe for getting that peanut butter and chocolate fix in a matter of minutes! This recipe can also be gluten-free and vegan if you use the right chocolate and candy corn.
1 cup candy corn
1/3 cup peanut butter
3/4 chocolate chips
Line a small baking dish (around 5×5) with parchment paper. Add candy corn to microwave safe bowl, and heat for 30 seconds, or until melted (be careful not to overcook it). Immediately add peanut butter and stir until well mixed; if it begins to harden, microwave for 10 seconds. Pour mixture into baking dish, and smooth out with spoon. Sprinkle chocolate chips evenly over top, and microwave for 5-10 seconds. Spread melted chocolate chips evenly over top of peanut mixture, and put in freezer to chill - about 15 minutes. I like to cut mine in small, fun-size rectangles, and wrap in cute cellophane to serve!
We get it.
Sometimes it's just TOO much work to unwrap that greasy burger. You just got out of that Nickleback concert and you are just famished, and all you need to do is fill your stomach with something.
That extra 5 seconds of unwrapping is life or death!
Check out this evil invention: A Brazilian-based fast-food chain is now serving its burgers with a completely edible wrapper.
High protein snacks are delicious and easy to whip up! Try boiled eggs mashed with pepper, a cup of edamame, low fat cottage cheese and peaches, low fat greek yoghurt topped with crushed almonds and berries, apple slices and natural peanut butter - YUM!
- Fitness & Lifestyle Expert, Courtney Barber