Google’s New Hidden Star Wars Easter Egg Is Pretty Crazy-Cool

Everyone loves Google. Well, I imagine there’s some people out there that hate it. Fight the machine, right guys? Right?!

But anyway, Google have been up to their tricks again and throwing little Easter Eggs into their mildly popular browser and staying quiet until someone finds out.

For instance, we all know by now that if you Googleaskew, this happens…

And Do a barrel roll does this…

But what happens if you search something a little more relevant (or 37-years-old if you live under a rock)? Need help? Basically, if you searchA long time ago in a galaxy far far awayon Google, this happens! Have a space-look…

Cool, right? Pointless, but cool none-the-less.

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2015/12/googles-new-hidden-star-wars-easter-egg-is-pretty-crazy-cool-73333/

10 Classes That Aren’t Offered In College But Probably Should Be

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Most college students spend their years believing that their hard work is preparing them for post-grad life.

In between the parties, the extracurriculars and the odd jobs, they spend a lot of time studying in the library, meeting with their advisors (to ensure they are taking enough credits) and trying to convince their group project members to actually do some work.

But, when we receive our diplomas and the student loan bills start to come in, most of us are awakened to a cruel reality.

Most of our college classes did not teach us anything about what we need to know to be successful or to even be functioning adults in society.

In addition to Intro to French and History of Ancient Civilizations, here are 10 classes that colleges should offer:

1. Health Insurance 101

This course will cover what health insurance is, why you need it even if you “almost never get sick,” what a premium is, the difference between HMO and PPO, and more.

The student’s final projects will be choosing health and dental plans, filling out the proper forms and being able to explain why the particular plan is best for him or her.

Please note, choosing the plan with the cheapest monthly payments is not an option.


2. How to Make Friends As An Adult

Post-college life is not as full of opportunities for students to meet people in their own age group, who share their interests, are in the exact same stages of life and are also looking for friends.

This course will include interactive lessons on how to ask for someone’s phone number, and activities and hobbies that may lead to new friends.

There should also be a bonus lesson on how to turn coworkers into real friends. The final for this class is a group project, where students will create situations and strategies to meet new friends.


3. Big Financial Decisions, From Car Buying To Traveling

This part economics, part negotiation and part mathematics class will demonstrate how to make large financial purchases, such as a car, a house or a vacation.

Students will learn the ins and outs of financing “extras” or “add-ons” that salespeople sell (which will only hurt them in the end), and how to read financial contracts.

For the final project in this class, students will meet one-on-one with a professor and negotiate the purchase for an item of their choosing.


4. Online Dating: Avoiding The Creeps

Gone are the days of easily meeting a friend of a friend, a classmate or someone at a party. Online dating is the new Thursday night out for singles.

Students will learn how to write compelling profiles, what pictures are okay to post and which ones are not, how to explain online dating to their parents and grandparents and how to navigate the first date with someone you met online.

There is no final project for this class. Students will be graded on the success of their profiles in a closed online environment that will mimic actual dating sites.

Please note, students in serious relationships will not be exempt from this course due to the high rate of post-graduation breakups.


5. Intro to Weddings: The Most Expensive Parties You Will Ever Attend

Since students will spend at least 30 percent of their income over the next 10 years on attending, participating in and planning weddings for friends and themselves, this course will teach them how to not only survive wedding season, but to also enjoy it (or at least fake enjoyment).

Topics will include appropriate gifts for the happy couple, what it entails to be a bridesmaid and groomsman, the unspoken rules of bachelor and bachelorette parties, how to handle back-to-back wedding weekends and more.

For the final, students will be split into groups and given a variety of wedding-related problems. They will need to strategize how to get through it, from engagement to big day.


6. Life Outside The Cafeteria

Without a meal plan and a 24-hour cafeteria, students must learn how to fend for themselves and their stomachs.

This course will include field trips to grocery stores, case studies on how long takeout stays good and the different types of cookware necessary in the kitchen.

For the final project, students will shop for and prepare two different meals. Neither meal can be macaroni and cheese.


7. The Back-Up Plan

This course will focus on the popular quarter-life crisis many grads experience when they realize they hate the career they spent four years and hundreds of thousands of dollars to prepare to have.

This will teach coping mechanisms for when the uncertainties arise, how to tell the difference between a bad few weeks and a true quarter-life crisis, and how to explain to your family why you’ve quit your job.

Once a month, an example of someone who survived his or her quarter-life crisis will speak with the class to give real-world advice.

For the final paper, students will have defend a quarter-life crisis to an unsupportive older adult.


8. Avoiding The Beer Gut

This course will help students know what to do when their metabolisms slow down while they still have diets only appropriate for college kids. This active course will be part physical education, part nutrition and part logic.

If you drink five beers a day and only eat pizza, you will gain weight, but if you go to the gym once a week, you will gain less weight.

This course will show real-world examples of what happens when you don’t change your health habits and how to find ways to fit exercise and health into your life (even if you still drink beer every night of the week).

Final projects will be detailed health and fitness plans that fit into a 20-something’s lifestyle.


9. 401(k)s and Savings Accounts and Pensions, Oh My

Many college students assume they will continue to be able to scrape by with less than a hundred dollars in their bank accounts, like they presently do — but they are mistaken.

This finance course will explain how to start a savings account, the differences between 401(k)s and pension plans and how to chose your plans accordingly.

It will also stress the absolute necessity of keeping all of your paperwork and reviewing it. For their final projects, students will have oral Q and A sessions regarding the learned topics.


10. Psychology Of TV Real World Vs. Real Real World

Students will study the effects of television shows like “Friends” and “How I Met Your Mother” on the post-college depression that occurs once they realize their lives are not how television portrayed them to be.

Lessons will include psychological discussions on the actual versus reality when it comes to apartments, paychecks, love lives and hobbies.

They will learn that most of their free time will not be spent with groups of friends at coffee shops or in bars, and that it is okay.

For their final papers, students will choose one aspect of adult life and explore how the reality is, in fact, better than the TV version. Because sometimes, it is.

Read more: http://elitedaily.com/life/culture/10-classes-arent-offered-college-probably/908223/

14 People Reveal Their Reasons For Being Banned From Certain Places

When I was 11 I got banned from Scouts because I was cast as a merry man in the Robin Hood play and I was so furious that I didn’t turn up, sabotaging the play (I like to imagine). That – from what I can remember – is it. Pretty boring really…

Luckily there’s a reddit thread where people go into why they were banned from certain places and, well, it’s gold!

Have a look…

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My husband was banned from the mall in our college town. For having a fake snowball fight with the fake snow from the Christmas display

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I got banned from an anime forum for suggesting that King of the Hill is the greatest anime of all time

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I was banned from overnight Girl Scout trips. I binge-read my grandmother’s old pulp murder mystery magazines & made up a story on a camping trip about a serial killer at large who stalks outhouses. He was a mashup of something I had read, & Zeke the plumber guy from an episode of salute your shorts. We were 9, so they bought it, & I stuck to the bit all f*cking weekend. Some girls developed bladder infections, & consequently I was asked not to attend any future trips. In retrospect, totally worth it.

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I am banned from this one Target for holding several stacks of those mini-muffins while laughing with a friend going on about some inside joke we had about it at the time. I was going to buy the muffins but apparently it was just too many mini muffins for them to handle so they accused me of shoplifting and banned me from the store even though I told them I intended to buy them.

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I am currently banned from my local Target. Two of my friends and I found target t-shirts at goodwill. We bought them threw on some khakis and went to the store. We just helped people and moved items around. It was honestly innocent fun. Until the manager told us that we were “not team members” and that we were not allowed to return.

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I have a tendency to slip into accents really quickly w/o even realizing it when I’m surrounded by them. If I go down to the South, I quickly turn into one of the Duke boys. Hanging out with Latino friends? I’m suddenly the whitest ginger from the barrio. Meeting up with friends in a Chinese restaurant? Suddenly I’m banned for mocking the staff and being disrespectful…

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In college I got banned from ordering from this one pizza place because I kept passing out before my pizza would get there. It sucked because it was the only place open for delivery really late and they had a college special where I could get a large one topping pizza and a soda for only $8. I had to have my friends call whenever I wanted to order one after that.

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Approximately ten years ago I stopped by a new movie rental place near my work and tried to rent a couple of movies. The guy behind the counter asked me for my license and when I showed it to him he said they wouldn’t rent to me because I lived outside of their rental area. I asked if they delivered movies, and he said no, so then I asked why the hell it mattered where I lived if I worked right down the street? He said I lived too far away. (I lived 10 miles away.)
When I went to leave, the guy asked me if I would put the movies back where I got them. I told him to f*ck himself. That’s when he said I wasn’t welcome in the store anymore. At that point I shouted, “Why would I come back to this store? Just to walk around and look at all the movies you won’t rent to me?”
A few years later the place closed down and my heart danced a little happy dance.

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The zoo. I thought it was a genius idea to get drunk and go see the animals. Too much alcohol in me and decided it was a great idea to hug a peacock. Learned they really dont like hugs and will try to kill you.

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I was banned from a Best Buy for pretending to be an employee. I bought a shirt at Goodwill and walked around the store telling customers to f*ck off it they came up to me.

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A local card and comic book store for causing a grown 40-45-year-old man to flip and table and storm out of said establishment after he lost a game of cards. Apparently, when the man making the scene spends tons of money in the store, he can do no wrong.

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Applebees apparently one night when I was smashed I ordered the whole bar a round of drinks and then just dipped. Oops

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I am banned from the local karaoke bar because I would choose instrumentals and just stand there telling dirty jokes the whole song

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Im banned from Metropolitan, a gay bar in Brooklyn. I was a drunk hooligan and sat on a stool outside the bar and pretended to be the bouncer checking everyones IDd for almost an hour. Girls hit on me, dudes gave me tips, it was awesome. Real bouncer came out and yelled at me in front of a bunch of people and told me to never go back there. Ever. Was totally worth it.

Brilliant. I’m just happy no one said “I was banned form McDonald’s for killing a man lol”

Not that I wouldn’t have put that in the list but still…

Anyway, what do you think? Let us know in the comments!

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2016/05/14-people-reveal-their-reasons-for-being-banned-from-certain-places-93419/

29 Pilots And Flight Attendants Confess The Best Kept Secrets You Don’t Know About Flying

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Found on AskReddit. Please note that helloU has not verified these claims.

1. The true story behind those oxygen masks.

That if the oxygen masks drop down, you only have about 15 minutes of oxygen from the point of pulling them down. However, that is more than enough time for the pilot to take us to a lower altitude where you can breathe normally.

2. Why it’s always easier to just take the batteries out.

Women: if you pack a toy in your bag, take the batteries out. Because if I’m loading your bag, and I hear it vibrating I have to tell my lead. Then my lead has to come pull you off the aircraft and you have to open your bag and turn off your toy in front of a bunch of giggling grown ass men.

3. The REAL reason the lights on the airplane dim when landing.

When a plane is landing at night, they dim the interior lights incase you need to evacuate upon landing… your eyes are already adjusted to the darkness so you’ll be able to see better once outside the plane.

4. Lightning and the power of a pilot.

My dad’s been an airline pilot for almost 20 years, and apparently planes get struck by lightning all the time. Also if a passenger is causing a scene in the jetway he can refuse to let them on and take off without them.

5. Those lavatories unlock from the outside.

You are able to unlock airplane lavatories from the outside. There is usually a lock mechanism concealed behind the no smoking badge on the door. Just lift the flap up and slide the bolt to unlock.

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6. A true story of a bomb threat.

I have a friend who’s a commercial pilot. Around five years ago he was doing a flight from LA to Tokyo when an anonymous caller phoned in a bomb threat while they were over the middle of the Pacific. Apparently they have procedures for this kind of thing, but there was nothing anyone could do in this situation except stay calm and not alert the passengers (obviously). He said for the rest of the flight every bump of turbulence made his adrenaline spike. They took this case especially seriously because there was a group of foreign dignitaries sitting in the first class cabin.

7. Regarding food on the plane and the engine.

My dad works for a large airline, he told me a few little things. Pilots are served different meals and cannot share, this is done in case of food poisoning.

Stealing food, even if they are going to throw it out can get you fired instantly. You can ask your supervisor, but you cannot take food. They don’t want people messing with it.

Most large commercial planes can fly with 1 engine if needed.

8. The truth about flying with pets.

I am an aircraft fueler.

One thing I cannot stress enough is how your pets are treated. While your airline will take the best possible actions, some things cannot be avoided, like the noise on the ramp. I cannot stand out there without ear protection, and imagine your pet sitting out there on the ramp waiting to be loaded onto the plane being exposed to the same amount of noise I am.

Please people, think twice before flying your pets.

9. What flight attendants really do after telling the plane to turn off their electronics.

My sister is a flight attendant, she says after she tells everyone to turn off all electronics, she goes to the back and pulls out her phone and starts texting. Mobile phone electronics won’t really bring a plane down but they can be really annoying for pilots.

10. A trick for making more space for yourself.

Arm rests – aisle and window seat: Run your hand along the underside of the armrest, just shy of the joint you’ll feel a button. Push it, and it will lift up. Adds a ton of room to the window seat and makes getting out of the aisle a helluva lot easier. 29+Pilots+And+Flight+Attendants+Confess+The+Best+Kept+Secrets+You+Don%26%238217%3Bt+Know+About+Flying

11. Don’t drink water on a plane that didn’t come from a bottle.

Former Lufthansa cargo agent here.

Do not EVER drink water on an aircraft that did not come from a bottle. Don’t even TOUCH IT. The reason being the ports to purge lavatory s**t and refill the aircraft with potable water are within feet from each other and sometimes serviced all at once by the same guy. Not always, but if you’re not on the ramp watching, you’ll never know.

12. On the importance of locking your bags.

Lock your bags, carry-on bags included.

Look online or in a travel store for TSA-approved locks. The TSA has keys to open those locks in case they need to further inspect them (and hopefully not steal from them). And most people don’t think to lock their carry-on, but especially now with load factors very high, more and more people are having to gate check bags. Once you drop your bag at the end of the jetway for gate-checking, anyone from a fellow passenger, to a gate agent, to a ramp agent has access to your bag.

13. How a pilot approaches landing.

“Landings are nothing more than controlled crashes.” Pilot friend quote.

14. Tipping could go a long way.

My girlfriend is a flight attendant. NO ONE tips flight attendants. If you give your FA a fiver with your first drink you’ll probably drink for free the rest of the flight.

15. Pilots are sleeping most of the time.

1/2 of pilots sleep while flying and 1/3 of the time they wake up to find their partner asleep.

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16. Just because you’re flying with a big airline, doesn’t mean the pilots are experienced.

Regional airline pilot here. You may have bought a ticket on Delta, United, or American, but chances are you’ll be flying on a subcontractor. That means the pilots have a fraction of the experience, training, and pay of the big mainline carrier. Also, I don’t get paid enough to care if you make your connection. Most of the time we fly slower than normal to make more money. The only time we fly fast is if ATC tells us to or if it’s the go home leg.

17. Sky Mall is one big rip-off.

Secret: All of the stuff in Sky Mall can be purchased on the internet for much less money.

18. How your checked bags are really treated.

If it says “fragile,” it’s getting thrown harder. If it’s says this side up, it’s going to be upside down. We have to fit freight and 100+ bags in a cargo pit. It has to fit how it’s going to fit…I will tell you that when we see “I heart baggage handlers” bag tags…We take special care of your s**t.

19. A flight attendant reveals just how dirty everything truly is.

I worked for Southwest as a flight attendant. Those blankets and pillows? Yeah, those just get refolded and stuffed back in the bins between flights. Only fresh ones I ever saw were on an originating first flight in the morning in a provisioning city. Also, if you have ever spread your peanuts on your tray and eaten, or really just touched your tray at all, you have more than likely ingested baby poo. I saw more dirty diapers laid out on those trays than food. And those trays, yeah, never saw them cleaned or sanitized once.

Still, loved working for Southwest. Great company, awesome job. Just kind of icky stuff here and there in the cabin, at least during the four years I was there. They may have changed the process by now.

20. A loophole so you never have to pay baggage fees.

You can almost always gate check baggage (unless it’s abnormally large) take two large carry-ons and ask then to gate check one. It’s free and I never pay fees.

21. Most flights are also carrying human organs.

The majority of domestic flights have human remains or organs on them. I work below wing as a baggage handler. Watch out the window for long boxes that say, “Head” at one end… Oh, and I can fit 150 bags in bin 3 of a Boeing 737-300.

22. Airports haven’t covered all of their security bases yet.

There are actually legitimate security loopholes that, if widely known, would let average citizens get right next to airliners, runways, and taxiways. Like any system, if you know how it works, you know where the cracks are.

23. Planes without engines can still glide for a really long time.

A pilot told me if both engines fail, a plane can glide 6 nautical miles for every 5000 feet. So at 35,000 feet, a plane can glide about 42 miles without power. Its why most accidents happen landing or taking off.

24. The drinking water used for coffee and tea is FILTHY.

The drinking water, that used for making coffee, tea, etc., should NEVER be consumed. The holding tanks in these sometimes 60 year old planes are never cleaned. They have accumulated so much greenish grime on the walls that in some places it can be inches thick.

This one is very known by all airline employees.

25. The water in the lavatories is very dirty too.

Whatever you do, do not drink the water in the lav. It is bad enough to “wash” your hands in it. We sanitize the water tank at selected maintenance intervals, however parasites build tolerances to these cleaners.

Check the outside of the aircraft when walking in. If the paint is crappy shape, the plane is in crappy shape. Skydrol (hydraulic fluid) is a nasty fluid and will dissolve everything. So if the paint is missing, it’s probably from a skydrol leak. No one wants a hydraulic leak at 35,000 ft in the air. As you can’t just pull over and top the reservoir off.

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26. Planes have a hard time flying on hot days.

I worked the ramp in Phoenix. On especially hot days, we had to offload cargo because planes struggled to take off in the thin air.

27. Even the headphones that come wrapped up aren’t new.

I used to work for warehouse that supplied a certain airline with items. The headsets that are given to you are not new, despite being wrapped up. They are taken off the flight, “cleaned”, and then packaged again.

28. How to tell from the ground if a plane is being hijacked.

If the plane is being hijacked when the pilot lands they will leave the wing flaps up that slow the plane down, this is to signal the airport that there is something happening in the plane.

29. The real reason there are still ashtrays in the lavatories.

Here’s one: ashtrays in the lavatories are mandatory equipment even though the FAA banned smoking on flights years ago. The reasoning is that if people do decide to smoke, they want them to have a place other than the trash can to throw the butt.

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2015/01/29-pilots-flight-attendants-confess-best-kept-secrets-dont-know-flying-31860/

What Came Out Of This Guys Cyst Was So Big And Nasty He Needed Stitches Afterwards

There are twokinds of people in this world. Those that find the popping of a cyst disgusting, and those that find it oddlysatisfying.

This latest cyst squeezingleaves a whole so darn big that the guy needed stitches afterwards. One thing we do know is that if we ever get a giant spot or cyst we’re definitely filming the moment that it gets popped. People can’t get enough of this stuff.

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2015/11/what-came-out-of-this-guys-cyst-was-so-big-and-nasty-he-needed-stitches-afterwards-66911/

“I Sniffed It And Nothing Happened, Thinking ‘Oh My God, That’s 20 Grand Wasted.’”

“A market thats worth that much money, with millions of users, is not going to disappear overnight. They will either move onto the previously illegal chemicals such as cannabis, cocaine and heroin again, or they will continue buying the ex-legal highs on the black market, further funding criminal organisations. It has been proven that criminalisation does not affect the rate of users. I really feel that this change of law will have absolutely no benefit to our society, it has been proven than banning things doesnt work.”

There may be some good news for those fighting against legal highs. Ben told us that,although most of the authorities are unaware, we are about to see a huge shortage of legal highs in the shops.

“In China there has very recently been a ban on almost every ingredient used in legal highs. That includes the chemicals used to make those ingredients. The biggest companies say that they might have 30 days stock left. We might have run out before Christmas”

“There are laboratories in Holland and even in the UK that make some of these chemicals. Theyre not the biggest labs, some people can do it themselves but they cant get the ingredients anymore. I havent heard of any company that will be able to continue.Maybe well create a new round of them in a year’s time.What I imagine is that the UKs ban will prevent all future compounds that will come out”

The future of the industry is unclear. What we do know is that it is causing hospitalisations and addiction, but what should the government be doing to help prevent this? Is their looming ban the correct way forward? Or should we be decriminalising all drugs, a strategy Richard Branson suggested the UN felt was the best way forward.

What do you think? Tell us in the comments

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2015/11/i-sniffed-it-and-nothing-happened-thinking-oh-my-god-thats-20-grand-wasted-68829/

Carol Vorderman Wins Rear Of The Year

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Former Countdown  star Carol Vorderman has been ranked top of the bottoms – for a second time.

The brainbox, known for her numerical prowess, is the first person to take the Rear of the Year title twice.

The male winner of the prize is singer and television host Olly Murs, who showed his ability to wow judges when it comes to a shapely bum.

The duo were chosen in a public poll for the annual award, with organisers saying they received more than 10,000 votes.

Pride Of Britain host Vorderman, 53, said: “I am both surprised and flattered to win the award for a second time – particularly at this stage of my life.

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“As I said when I won it in 2011, I always suspected there were a lot of people out there who were glad to see the back of me. It now appears there were even more than I thought.”

NEXT>> Who were the other contenders?

Recently married Cheryl Cole came in as runner up

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As did Jessie J

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And Pixie Lott

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Next>> What about the Men?

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2014/07/carol-vorderman-wins-rear-year-13107/

Watch Now Convicted Rapist Ched Evans Plead His Side Of The Story (VIDEO)

This is a statement that Ched Evans, the convicted rapist and professional footballer, put on this website yesterday. In the statement, Ched talks about his desire to clear his name and go back to his career as a professional footballer. He is joined by his long term girlfriend Natasha Massey, who has stood by him during the storm.

 The Hacked Tweets

Ched does not offer any apology to the victim, instead he continues to insist upon his innocence. His website is structured towards exactly that. One of the main points of contention for his case are the tweets below that he claims were sent by the victim after Ched’s original arrest. He claims all these tweets were tweeted by the complainant between 8 October 2011 and 15 November 2011, approximately 5 months after Ched and Clayton McDonald had been charged with rape and approximately 5 months before Ched was convicted and Clayton acquitted.

Whilst they had initially been deleted, Ched’s website states that it took hackers to recover them, and he seems to think this points towards the victims motives and his innocence.

‘Remind me never to tell @XXXXXXX when I win big!…..  She’s going to kill me! #scaredformylife! Haha!’

‘@XXXXXXX I will get us matching pink Mini Coopers! Haha! Just seen them pictures on Facebook, I forgot bout XXXXXXX! Haha! X’

‘@XXXXXXX I’ll make all your dreams come true XXXXXXX haha.’

‘@XXXXXXX aww,well obvs I’d treat us to an amazing holiday x’.

The victim had to be given a new identity after the case due to the amount of threats she was receiving from members of the public. Only a few days ago some Internet trolls exposed her new identity, meaning that she may have to do it all over again. 

The only thing that seems certain about this case is that we haven’t heard the last of it. We want to hear your opinion, should Ched be allowed to play professional football again? And what do you think to his video statement?

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2014/10/watch-convicted-rapist-ched-evans-plead-side-story-video-23352/

The Outnumbered Kids Look Scarily Grown-Up Nowadays

There’s nothing to make you feel old quite like seeing someone you remember as a child, looking ridiculously grown up.

Yes, we know that people age, but do they have to do it so quickly?!

We remember the kids from Outnumbered like this:

…And now they look like this:

Tyger Drew-Honey (who played Jake) looks about the same, but Daniel Roche and Ramona Marquez (Ben and Karen) are almost unrecognisable. And we’re not the only ones a little bit freaked out about it.

Then there’s this, which is probably the best thing we’ve ever seen…

Is anyone else feeling really old?

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2016/07/the-outnumbered-kids-look-scarily-grown-up-nowadays-99485/

2014’s Top 20 Degrees most likely to leave you on jobseekers!

A fifth of graduates are unemployed or in unsalaried or low-paid posts six months after leaving university according to official figures revealed by Higher Education Statistics Agency.

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On top of this, one in ten are out of work and a similar proportion are on internships, doing voluntary work or travelling. While those that find work, are often stuck in menial jobs including working at McDonalds or spending their days stacking shelves.

With the trebling of tuition fees in 2012 to a maximum of £9,000, and the cost of printing increasing to 5p a sheet, it has created the prospect of thousands of students leaving university with debts of over £40,000, or in real student terms 3,400 litres of Vodka or 2,666 Dominos Pizza. Therefore, there has never been such a high emphasis on choosing the right degree to study.

Based on this we have feel it is important to know which degrees have the worst employment statistics this year

20. Psychology.

19. Religious studies and theology

18. Music

17. Sport & Business Management

16. English Lit

15. Advertisement

14. Business Management

13. English Language

12. Sociology

11. Events Management

The final 10 worst degrees are on the next page…

10. Accountancy

9. Film Studies

8.Ancient History

7. Media Studies

6. Primary Education

5. French

4. History

3. Criminology

2. Sport Science

1. Geography (With an Employment after 6 months as low as 36%)

These results were compiled from a number of sources and it does also depend where you study the degree course.

Sources:

http://www.hesa.ac.uk

http://www.theguardian.com/education/series/university-guide-2014-subject-tables

Know a friend studying one of these degrees? Share it with them and make their day!

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2014/03/2014s-top-20-degrees-likely-leave-jobseekers-3313/