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Meet the ‘Real-Life Rapunzel’ From Russia Who Has Been Growing Her Hair For 13 Years!

She’ll continue to grow her hair until it reaches her feet.

Ann Moises





“Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair!”

Dashik Gubanova Freckle has probably been told this line a hundred of times already. But this Russian woman isn’t trapped in some creepy tower, isolated, and unknown to the rest of the world. In fact, she has become quite popular since she posted her pictures, which consequently gained her hundreds of thousands of followers on social media.

For more than 13 years, she refused to cut her gorgeous locks, which now reach the lower half of her shins. Freckle has been dubbed as the “real-life Rapunzel” by over 104,000 people who follow her on Instagram since she started documenting and sharing updates about her exceptionally long, brown mane.


Source: Pop Sugar



According to Freckle, she has started letting her tresses grow long since 2003. She intends to chop it off in 2017 when it finally reaches her toes. Ultimately, she wants to donate her gorgeous plaits to help make wigs.





She wrote:

“This post is for those who say that I should donate their hair for wigs. In 14 years, I cut a scythe. And donate hair for wigs.”

“Today, I grow hair. My goal is to grow them to toe. (Sorry for my English) [sic].”





Many women (and men, too) know how challenging it is to grow and maintain long hair. It requires time and patience. We also worry about split ends, dryness, and other damages caused by frequent styling. Moreover, treatments and some products such as moisturizers or conditioners are quite expensive. But while some people question how she’s able to manage her long locks, like how she blow dries and keep it clean, the majority of comments she receives are positive.

A woman wrote on Instagram:

“You remind me of a Barbie doll. I love everything about you. Keep it up.”

“My friend showed me your videos on FaceBook and I just wanted to tell you I am fascinated by your hair. It’s so beautiful,” another follower said.

H/T: Mirror, Pop Sugar, Daily Mail


Deadly Delicacy: This Fish Has A Remarkable Taste But Is Also Considered Extremely Deadly

Would you dare eat this deadly delicacy?




Fugu is a delicacy prepared from blowfish or puffer fish and is popular in Japan, Korea and China for its unique taste. It doesn’t come cheap as well since a meal with fugu may start at $120 per person in one of the restaurants in Japan. Although it’s coveted by customers for its remarkable taste, eating fugu is like dancing with death.

Preparing fugu can’t be done by just anyone else. A highly trained and licensed chef should be the one to slice up the fish into edible bits for people to enjoy. These chefs know which parts of the fish are safe to eat and how much people should eat them.

This fish is highly poisonous but some parts are being served as a delicacy in Asian countries.


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Guy Shamed a Woman and Got Dissed for it Big Time

The next time you’re itching to take a video of someone working out at the gym and posting it for the world to see, think again. You just might get more than you’ve asked for.

Kat Lozada



Body shaming has been so rampant online, thanks to internet trolls who have nothing worthwhile to do but upload photos and videos of other people. Working out at the gym is discouraging because of the nasty comments. It doesn’t help that the machines are hard to understand and you’re surrounded by sweaty guys groaning like pigs.

Most men don’t have a hard time being at the gym, but it isn’t exactly the same for women, especially in the weight room. This woman was trying her best to get her form right as she does the Jefferson squat. Unknowingly, this rude guy was secretly filming her on Snapchat and broadcasting it live for the world to see.

Looking at the video, you’d actually think the woman was lifting the bar with her vagina muscles. She wasn’t exactly doing it correctly but at least she was trying.

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Parents Could Be Fined Or Jailed For Posting Baby Photos On Facebook

If you sharing your baby’s photos online, you might want to rethink your habits.

Mark Andrew



If you are a parent who loves sharing baby photos on your Facebook account, you might want to rethink your habits.

A professor of education and social research recently came up with a research that says mothers and fathers who post too many photos, especially the embarrassing ones, may face possible backlash from their children in the future.

Or, if you are a French citizen, you may even have to deal with legal hassles.

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