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42 is the new 22! Ha!
Taylor Armstrong celebrated her 42nd birthday poolside on Sunday, where she wore a teeny tie dyed THONG bikini.
The Real Housewives star shared her MILF-y underboob look with the Twitterverse, saying:
We're not joking: there is a California woman accused of spiking orange juice bottles with a lethal level of rubbing alcohol, and restocking them for victims to drink!
Though, we're pretty sure you'd notice the taste was awful before you ingested the amount you needed to die. She didn't really think her cunning plan through, and now she's been CAUGHT!
Ramineh Behbehanian (above), 50, was arrested at her San Jose home on Monday night on charges of attempted murder and poisoning. She had two bottles of poisoned orange juice that she removed from her bag and put back on the chilled shelves right next to the register!
Well, we suppose that someone could always order a regular Mountain Dew if they so chose to do so in the morning with their Taco Bell breakfast…
The only difference now is that Taco Bell wants you to do it: they've introduced a Mountain Dew and Tropicana orange juice drink to their menus!
Good news for OJ lovers (the drink, not the Simpson).
Since stopping the shipments of orange juice from all over the world to test for traces of fungicide carbendazim, thanks to a bad batch from Brazil, the FDA has determined that shipments from 5 other countries are safe for consumption.
Orange ya glad Canada, Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica and Belize know how to treat their fruit?
Sorry, we couldn't resist. LOLz!
Out of 45 samples collected, 19 have tested "non-violative" for carbendazim, but there is another 26 samples to go until they determine what is good. We'll keep you updated!
[Image via AP Images.]
Oh man, this doesn't sound good.
The FDA has just stopped shipments of imported orange juice from all over the world so it can test each one for traces of fungicide. GROSS!
They have decided to do this based on a report that a shipment from Brazil contained fungicide, so they're going to test multiple parts of each shipment of all orange juice that arrives at U.S. ports!
That's a crazy huge task, and they say that shipments will be shut down for 5 to 10 business days because about 25% of the orange juice consumed in the U.S. is imported. If found, the shipment will be not allowed in or destroyed, because the fungicide is an unlawful pesticide chemical residue.
The EPA is continuing to calculate a risk assessment.
The juice in your fridge, though, is most likely safe — they don't want you to worry.
[Image via AP Images.]
In the mood for a smoothie? Try this Quick Strawberry Smoothie recipe! Blend 1C vanilla yogurt, 1C frozen strawberries, 1 frozen banana and 1/4C orange juice until smooth.
- Kitchen conscious food lover, Caitlin Cooks