They say age is but a number, but according to a rather unscientific poll of 2,000 Brits done by a company called Retire Savvy, it’s a number that determines when women should stop doing things like wearing skinny jeans and going to music festivals.
Let’s put on our grannie panties and read about how long these pollsters think women have left to enjoy certain activities, shall we?
Stop getting tattoos or piercings at 38.
So what this means is that if you had a tattoo before age 38, you’re good.
But if you want to get ink after that? Tattoo taboo, apparently.
If you ever needed another excuse to put down your phone while driving, this is it — proof that the human body is not meant to withstand the trauma of a car crash.
As part of a new road safety campaign, the Australian government has been working with Melbourne sculptor Patricia Piccinini, a leading trauma surgeon, and a road safety engineer to create a human that could survive a car crash.
This is Graham. You probably don't look like Graham.
Graham has no neck, meaning he can’t break it; a flat, fatty face to protect his nose and ears; extra nipples between each rib to act as airbags; and a thick skin.
Victoria’s Transport Accident Commission
You know these famous faces as you see them today on the silver screen and on your TV. But do you remember how they looked when they first started out?
And because you know you’re curious, let’s check out how they look now in comparison.
We’ve all had those times when we go to Google in search of the perfect picture, but sometimes the result isn’t quite what you were expecting.
Maybe you accidentally typed in the wrong words, or you’re just really weird and typed in something completely off the wall like these people below.
Either way, the results did not disappoint…
“Best picture ever”