Although arguments are common in every relationship, the factor that measures the maturity of one or both of the parties involved is how they handle the situation. Some manage to sit down and talk about their problem, like real adults do, analyzing possible solutions instead of merely pointing their fingers at each another.
There are some, however, who take the conflict in very negative ways.
Such as this guy from China who, strangely, decided to climb to the top of a power line after having a fight with his girlfriend.
After a lengthy argument with his girlfriend, Lou climbed up an electric pole.
A report by WereBlog tells us that the 30-year-old man who did the absurd act went by the surname Luo. He had a heated argument with his girlfriend and he showed his anger by climbing the post. Unfortunately for him, he came in contact with the live wires and got electrocuted.
Unfortunately, he came in contact with the live wires.
According to witnesses, they heard “the sound of an explosion as the wires sparked.” Lou was quickly engulfed in the fire and fell to the ground. He was immediately taken to the hospital to receive medical help. The doctors managed to save him from certain death but he suffered several serious burns in his body.
He suffered serious injuries after getting burned.
The incident happened in Jinhua City, Zhejiang province. Although the reason of his fight with his girlfriend remains a mystery, we’re pretty sure Lou now regrets his stupid actions.
He was immediately brought to the hospital for medical treatment.
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Young Women Use Sugar Daddy App to Experience the High Life
Lots of girls dream of a glamorous lifestyle, but not everyone can live one – unless you’re a user at dating app Seeking Arrangements.
Lots of girls dream of a glamorous lifestyle, but not everyone can live one - unless you're a user at dating app Seeking Arrangements.
Seeking Arrangements is a sugar daddy dating app which introduces young women to wealthy men. Registered users of the app were mostly students and part-time workers who wanted some extra cash. The website has seen a drastic increase in its users last year, with registration figures boasting a whopping 40% increase for the past year. However, despite the huge increase in user registration, the actual count of young women who have gone on dates with older men is not clear, since some might have multiple registered accounts.
A quick visit to the dating site showed that Founder and CEO Brandon Wade commits to "operate our business ethically. This means caring about your privacy, encrypting identifiable data, and never employing fake profiles or software bots"....
Girl Gets Knocked Down by a Large Fish During a Storm
There’s a perfectly good reason why you’re told to stay at home during a raging storm. Large fish flying into your face included.
Our parents were right when they told us to stay inside the house during a raging storm. Aside from the fact that you could get sick, you are also exposing yourself to danger. Unless you happen to be part of the rescue team or a news reporter delivering updates, it would be advisable for you just stay at home instead of roaming around taking videos of what's going on around you.
Aimee of Kinging It, a popular Youtube duo, shot a video footage at Barry Island Beach in South Wales, Australia during the Storm Gertrude. She was in the middle of her dialogue when a large fish hit her smack in the face.
Aimee of Kinging It, delivering the news on Storm Gertrude.
More Women than Men are Buried at the Stonehenge, According to Research
Gender equality existed right under the iconic Stonehenge as archaeologists unearthed the remains of fourteen women who may have been part of the elite.
Gender equality was already an important concept even thousands of years ago. This was proven to be true when archaeologists uncovered the remains of fourteen women who are believed to be of the upper crust to be buried under the iconic monument Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England.
Archaeologists excavated remains of fourteen women under Stonehenge.
This great new discovery was reported by the British Archeology website, citing that half of those buried under the largest prehistoric cremation cemetery, Stonehenge, were women. According to Archeologist Mike Pitts, who edited the magazine, "The archaeology now shows that as far as the burials go, women were as prominent there as men. This contrasts with the earlier burial mounds, where men seem to be more prominent."...