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Sup Travellers?! You can never be too safe especially as a woman. I'm not a woman but it is a hardcore fact that men are the NUMBER ONE threat to women.Men are number one cause of injury and mayhem to women. I'm not just making this up. Louis CK said it so it has to be true [LOL]. 

Women are at risk every time they go out but despite that they still muster up the courage to go out which to me is bravery 101.

A woman can get roffied at a bar super easily without her even knowing.

Roofies, or Rohypnol, is an incredibly powerful drug. According to Brown University, is “a sedative in the same recreational drug family as GHB and ketamine and the same prescription drug family as Valium, Halcion, Xanax, and Versed.”

Its effects include slurred speech, impaired judgment, and difficulty walking. It can take effect in as little as 10 minutes and last anywhere from 8-12 hours.

What’s worse is rohypnol is colorless, odorless and tasteless, making it the perfect drug for would-be criminals.

The stats on how many people are drugged each year are slim, though one New York Magazine story did dig up a statistic found in the Annals of Emergency Medicine that suggested “drug-facilitated sexual assault is on the rise in New York. The study found that the number of sexual assault victims who had been drugged more than doubled (from 8 percent to 18 percent) between 2002 and 2008 in the New York metro area.”

So what can you do? Never accept drinks from strangers, never leave a drink alone, always rely on the buddy system and share this videos with your friends to make sure they stay diligent. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
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Sup Travellers?! There are many amazing things we can get out of the internet. We can get cat videos and ice bucket challenges etc etc. But one amazing thing in particular is DIY!!! Nowadays, you don't have to go on a fancy TV show to get a home makeover. All you need is an internet connection and the will to create.

I’ve seen a lot of interesting objects used in do-it-yourself home makeovers — like old pennies used to transform a boring kitchen backsplash but I’ve never seen a floor made out of this before

A very unique — and very beautiful — renovation technique is taking homes by storm. Though this special technique dates back thousands of years, more and more houses around the world have begun to bring it back into fashion.

Called "cordwood construction," this technique uses debarked logs — either found naturally or cut from logged trees — that are stacked and mortared.

In this particular home, cordwood was used to give their yucky concrete floor a beautiful, all-natural makeover. They started by sweeping and mopping, then planning out the arrangement of their wooden discs.

The wood they used was legally gathered from their state forest. The trees — "Shaggy Bark Juniper" and "Alligator Bark Juniper" — had died and fallen naturally.

After running each piece through the chop saw (set at 1"), they sanded the discs down and glued them directly to the floor.

After setting each piece, they firmly tamped them to ensure they were on good and tight.
remodel makeover renovation floor wood unique rustic.

Soon, they entire floor was covered in the beautiful cordwood.

When it was time, they applied a light coat of polyurethane to the surface of the disks. They did this to prevent the grout from adhering to the tops.

Finally, after grouting the spaces and applying more coats of polyurethane, their stunning floor was complete. I love how warm and natural it looks, don't you? Would you like to have this in your home? Let us know in the comments below!

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Sup Travellers?! It's a societal norm that boys shouldn't have long hair. Long hair is apparently something only woman should have. Most boys follow the norm and attempt to keep their hair short but not 8-year-old Christian McPhilamy. He proudly grew his out for more than two years just so he could donate it to charity.

The Melbourne, Fla., youngster saw an ad for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital more than two years ago, and in it, children who had lost their hair because of chemotherapy, his mother — Deeanna Thomas — told

During a nightly ritual where the pair looks up something online that interests her son, he asked to learn more about the hospital and they saw a promotion encouraging people to donate their hair.

Thomas explained to him people can donate their locks to cancer patients who have lost theirs due to chemotherapy.

"And he said, 'I want to do that,'" Thomas, 28, recalled. "I was blown away… usually when Christian sets his mind to something, he pretty much goes with it. He doesn't let anything falter his goals. I was pretty confident that he was actually going to follow through with it."

At the time he had a short spiky do, but with his mom's OK, Christian began growing out his blond hair.

And so it began, with Christian letting his blond hair grow. And apparently, once it reached his chin, the teasing and confusion began.

“Sometimes they would call me a girl,” he told the site. The taunts came from other boys he played sports and a doctor mistook him for a girl. Once, a man even told him he needed to “do something” about his flowing locks. That same guy later apologized after being told why Christian was doing it.

A week ago, it was finally time for the big cut.

"My hands were shaking. My heart felt like it was going to explode," Thomas told, adding the “incredible" feat resulted in four 10-inch-long ponytails Christian will donate to Children With Hair Loss. He’s also looking forward to having shorter hair again and joining the ranks of other young donors.

"Christian has such a huge heart," Thomas said. "I don't even know if there are words to describe how proud I am of him."

Hats off to Christian for his amazing contribution. He diligently grew his hair despite all the teasing and bullying. I'm sure his hair made someone very happy. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
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Sup Travellers?! I'm not against makeup. I think that a little makeup on a woman is good. It has a way of enhancing a woman's already existing beauty, However, if you're friends and family can't recognize you with makeup on then I think you need to reassess some of your makeup goals. 

This video of a South Korean woman removing her makeup is taking the Internet by storm. It's titled "How to remove your face" and, to be completely honest with you, it's a pretty spot on description. It's as if she morphs into a different human being right in front of our eyes.

N.B: Always go swimming on the first date. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
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Sup Travellers?! I personally love seeing tattoos on other people but I'm not in much of a hurry to go get one for myself. I saw a crappy tattoo once in my life and I think it scarred me. I just don't trust tattoo artists! I mean --- I'm going to want a super cool design-ridden tattoo but if the tattoo artists makes a MISTAKE, it'll be tragic.

However, there is a new technique that I might actually consider!!

Michigan-based company BLVisuals developed a stunning body painting technique that allows them to marble people's skin in a variety of bright colors.

By placing drops of acrylic paint on water, BLVisuals creates mesmerizing designs that can later be transferred onto human skin. The result is a thin, temporary-tatto-style psychedelic painting that is 100 percent unique and impossible to duplicate.

BLVisuals founder Brad Lawrence created the company after being diagnosed with chronic tendonitis in his wrists. Because of the pain, he could no longer hold a brush or a pencil in his hands.

His fine art career was on the verge of collapsing, but Lawrence wasn't ready to give up without a fight.

He began exploring the art of painting on water using larger, easier to hold bottles and water-based acrylic paint that is entirely safe for skin.

After nailing down the hydro-dyeing technique, Lawrence started implementing UV pigments that glow under black light to create even trippier designs.

Take a look at these GIFs below to get a better idea of how the process goes.

Step 1: Place a few drops of ultraviolet paint on the surface of water.

Step 2: Add more colors.

Step 3: Dip your hands into the paint.

"We soak our arms in salt water, which helps to lock in the paint upon contact without permanence, so once we dip our arms into the painting on the surface of the water, we are left with a painting that washes off easily with soap and water, while still allowing the pores of our skin to breathe,"

Step 4: Collect your jaw off the floor.

Follow BLVisuals on Facebook to learn more.

Would you get one of these? Let me know on Facebook or in the comments section below. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
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Sup Travellers?! I don't know how many of you are into gardening but today that doesn't matter because you don't have to be a gardener to absolutely love the video above. The goal here is more harvest, less effort…and if you can save a few bucks along the way, perfect!

YouTube channel Grow Veg is here to provide you with a few simple bits of advice and shortcuts to achieving success in any garden.

This video demonstrates 10 quick tips handed down from experienced gardeners that save time, increase your growing space, and reduce costs, such as using the water in which you boil vegetables to feed your plants, and using small flower pots to shield seedlings from frost. I love the toilet paper roll trick. 

Today, we can all become gardeners! So if you got some flower pots in your backyard that could use a little "fleekiness" then you're in luck. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
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Sup Travellers?! I'm from Trinidad so it's basically summer all year round for us. So this little contrapment can be very useful for me all the time. There are always fans but sometimes you just want some COLD BREEZE!!! Sometimes you just need an air conditioner.

It's actually very easy to make your air conditioner and very cheap. All it requires is a measly US$8 and a little bit of your time. See how you can get it done in the video above. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
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