Stomach aches are very annoying and also hard to be cured unless you know exactly the reason of the ache is. What if it was a sudden ache and you don’t know what’s the reason? Don’t worry. Today we’ll be covering how to stop and fight those aches without taking any drugs.
2016 has not been a very good year at all… But it’s not all bad! Here’s a list of things that have happened in the past 12 months that should cheer you up and not have you fearing another celebrity might pass away. Information in this article has been sourced from BuzzFeed, The Guardian, Wired, and Tumblr.
The price of living has just become too much! Especially in South Africa where you have to pay to get everything shipped in from around the globe. I was reading Stuff Magazine recently (basically about the latest tech), and that’s when I saw how behind S.A. was. So now my family is moving to New Zealand. An awesome idea, but unfortunately it’s not as easy as it seems…
The Cambridge Rainbow cafe is refusing to accept the new £5 note. Branded as “cleaner”, “safer”, and “stronger”, the note has been revealed to contain a trace of tallow. Although, according to BBC News, the Bank of England is looking to make the note meat-free, people are wondering why the note contained animal products in the first place.
TODAY WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THINGS THAT WERE ABSOLUTELY TERRIBLE ABOUT 2016
Unless you’ve been living under a rock (which may, in hindsight, have been a great idea) you’ll have noticed that 2016 has been something of a bust. Feel free to replace that understatement with some more colourful language that better matches the devastation of the past annum, but regardless of which adjectives you choose to attribute to the year here are just a few of the depressing lowlights that we’ve endured in the run-up to what’s set to be a dark, dark, dark Christmas.