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No Time for Gym? This Toilet Paper Workout Is Perfect For You!

Excuses are for losers!

Mark Andrew





We all know the importance of regular exercise but let’s face it – not everyone has the determination and discipline to do it consistently.

Most often than not, procrastinators have various excuses ranging from being “too busy” to hit the gym or probably blaming it to not having gym equipment at home. But as you will learn in the video below, alibis are useless for those truly serious about improving their physical well-being.

With these creative exercise routines, you wouldn’t need to go to the gym or buy any expensive equipment anymore. All you need to have is a timer, a little space in your home and a bunch of toilet paper.

Created by trainer Kaisa Keranen, this awesome workout only requires several rolls of toilet paper.

Source: Twitter

Why did she come up with an exercise routine using this specific household item?

Kaisa explained:

“It’s an everyday object that everyone has.

“The entire point of my workouts is not only to mix things up to keep them fun and interesting, but also to show people that it doesn’t take much more than your body (and occasionally fun household items!) to get an awesome workout in.”

Watch the video here and see for yourself:

So how do you perform these exercise routines? A Shape article gives us the details and tells us each one requires 20 seconds of as many reps as possible (AMRAP) and 10 seconds of rest afterwards. Repeat the circuit 2 to 4 times – or as long as you can. It may look simple and easy but wait until you give it a try!

Of course, what’s important here is that you stay persistent even if things get quite challenging. You bet this workout will test your strength and endurance so keep at it if you want to see good results in the long run.

In the meantime, go follow Kaisa Keranen over at Instagram for more interesting exercise ideas.


Someone Dumped a Jason Voorhees Statue in a Lake to Freak Out Divers

Now, this is a whole new level of prank, you may say.




It cannot be denied that Jason Voorhees – from the “Friday the 13th” movie franchise – is among the scariest and most violent villains in pop culture. In the sixth installment, protagonists Megan and Tommy are successful in trapping Jason in the bottom of the infamous Crystal Lake. Now, imagine finding this exact scene in real life: What do you think will you do?

Apparently, someone has recreated this by planting a real Jason statue. And mind you, it looks exactly the same, complete with machete and mask. It can be found 120 feet deep in a Minnesotan lake, one that is believed to be popular among divers.

This is how Jason looks like in the film.

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Mom’s Heartbreaking Post About Bullied Daughter Goes Viral on Social Media

“This is NOT ok! My daughter has been physically bullied by the same 3 little boys in 4 months. I’m done!”

Mark Andrew



Bullying is always a controversial topic and it’s very heartbreaking when we hear about the stories of young victims. One mother from Louisberg, North Carolina has had enough of three boys bullying her daughter and so she took her fury to social media.

According to the mother, she has gotten frustrated of the whole situation because the principal has taken no action despite the repeated instances of bullying. Her post has eventually garnered a lot of support from numerous netizens.

Since moving to the area, Aimee Johnson’s daughter has been physically and mentally bullied three times on the bus.

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Amsterdam Supermarket Opens Eco-Friendly Aisle with 700 Items and Zero Plastic Packaging

It claims to be the first of its kind in the world.




The eco-friendly movement is going strong worldwide. It's not only individuals now that are getting in on sustainable living and environment-friendly practices; countless establishments are adding their own green policies, too.

EkoPlaza in Amsterdam, for one, is setting a good example. The supermarket recently opened its plastic-free aisle. The stretch has about 700 grocery items and absolutely zero plastic, which can help reduce plastic waste in the establishment and in the homes of their shoppers.

Food in the plastic-free aisle are displayed in glass, metal, cardboard containers, and other materials that can be composted.

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