Finding the perfect Valentine’s Day gift can be a challenge. You can definitely go down the traditional route for practical and stylish gifts for him and her, but if you’re looking for something a bit different, a funny Valentine’s gift is guaranteed to put a smile on their face and warm their heart. Look what we’ve found for this Feb. 14, from practical mugs with cheeky statements to a bouquet of donuts (yes, really).
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With this riff on a traditional box of chocolates, you can spoof your loved one with a box of soaps made with real chocolate. The “flavors” — Amber Chocolate, Chocolate Bar, Fudge Brownie and Raspberry Drizzle — are presented in a gift box just like gourmet treats. Note, these are real soap bars infused with cocoa powder and other ingredients to give it a fragrant chocolate scent.
This is probably the least funny gift, but the most heartwarming. For anyone celebrating Valentine’s Day apart this year, this lamp set is a fantastic gift. Using Wi-Fi technology, no matter where you are, if one person touches the lamp to turn it on, the other one will sync up and turn on too. It’s a visual way to let the person you care about know you’re thinking about them, even if you’re miles apart.
Former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad has been taken to hospital several times in recent years, but an image appearing to show him in bed with an oxygen mask is digitally altered. The picture circulating online is originally a stock photo of a patient in a hospital bed that had been edited to insert an image of a face that looks like the 98-year-old former leader.
A team of international scientists has published new details about an ancient reptile with an appearance reminiscent of the mythical Chinese dragon. Driving the news: The aquatic reptile, known as Dinocephalosaurus orientalis, was first identified in 2003 after its skull was discovered in southern China’s Guizhou province. This time, scientists found new fossils that lead to a fuller picture of the mysterious sea creature.
Chinese director and actor Jia Ling, known for her performances during China’s annual Spring Festival Gala, has gone viral on social media for her weight loss, as featured in the music video for the original soundtrack (OST) of her latest movie “You Only Live Once” (“YOLO” or “Re La Gun Tang” in Chinese). Going viral: Jia's music video for the "YOLO" OST, titled “There is Still Time for Everything,” was shared by the 41-year-old entertainer on Weibo on Sunday, since collecting over 24 million views. A repost of the video on YouTube has also gone viral with more than 403,000 views as of this writing.
“The Devil Wears Prada” cast members Anne Hathaway, Meryl Streep and Emily Blunt reunited at the 2024 Screen Actors Guild Awards to present best actor in a comedy series. Blunt was also a nominee at the award ceremony for supporting actress thanks to her role in Christopher Nolan’s “Oppenheimer.” Streep took to the stage first …