Meet 'Jasmine Tridevil', who claims she had plastic surgery to get 3rd breast

"Jasmine Tridevil"

Jasmine Tridevil (not her real name) says she has three breasts.

According to an interview she gave to Real Radio 104.1fm, in which she insisted on using the name "Jasmine Tridevil", she claimed to have had plastic surgery to get a third breast.

“It was really hard finding someone that would do it, too, because they’re breaking the code of ethics,” she said.

She said she eventually found someone to do the surgery, which Huffington Post reported involved taking skin from her abdomen, adding a silicone implant and then grafting it between her natural ones.


However, a website specialising in debunking myths,, has come out to question the legitimacy of Tridevil's claims.

They noted that her website, has been registered to a massage therapist named Alisha Hessler, whose internet listing for her massage services now includes the description, "Provider of internet hoaxes since 2014" and "Specialist in massage for three breasted women"

The biggest red flag was when they noted that her pictures that are being used all originate from her and that no third party photos of her and her newly acquired breast exists.

Strange claims

While the massage therapist openly confessed to wanting fame and fortune, she denies that she had the surgery done for this purpose.

Instead, she claims that she did it so that she can make herself unattractive to men.

"Because I don't want to date anymore," she said.

So what exactly is she doing to achieve her dream of fame and fortune?



Trying for MTV special?

According to her, she saved up for two years to have a camera crew follow her around in a bid to pitch her reality TV to MTV.

“I’m dumping every penny I have into this. If this doesn’t work, I’m through," she added.

Whether her wish comes true or whether she gets fully exposed, you can bet your bottom dollar that we will be here to report it!

Source: Real Radio 104.1FM, Huffington Post,

10-year-old push-up queen's video is helping people in need

Remember that viral video of the 10-year-old girl who managed to do more push-ups than a US military cadet and also outlasted another cadet at planking?

Well it seems like the video, which has since garnered 1.5 million views, is now not just viewed for entertainment purposes but is used for something good.

Kaylyn Mintz, the 10-year-old gymnast, had taken part in the Active Heroes fundraiser earlier this month (September) to test her strength against cadets but her jaw-dropping performance made the video viral.

Kaylyn taking part in an endurance planking exercise which was one of three challenges she did with cadets. 

Kimberly Munley, a police officer who was injured at the 2009 Fort Hood shooting, recorded the video and later uploaded it, calling Mintz "her new hero".

The video stunned many but also brought attention to the fundraising event.

Active Heroes provides members of the military in the US and their families with therapy, financial help and also helps people cope with the stress and trigger points that lead to suicide.

Her own fundraising

On top of that, Kaylyn's family has also used the attention to help with their own fundraising.

It turns out that the little girl is a competitive gymnast who trains 17 to 20 hours a week.

She is also trying her best to travel to the USAG Olympic Training Center in Houston to fight for a place on the US Junior Olympic team in October.

But the family cannot afford to give Kaylyn a chance to fulfil her dream s​o her family has launched a GoFundMe page to help cover the expenses for the trip.

Here are some photos of Kaylyn in action:

Photos: YouTube, Go Fund Me

Sources: MTV, Go Fund Me, People

Philippine mall pulls T-shirt promoting rape after online outrage

The Philippines’ biggest mall operator came under fire for selling a T-shirt which carried the slogan: “It’s not rape. It’s a snuggle with a struggle."

The Philippines’ biggest mall operator came under fire this week for selling a T-shirt which made fun of rape.

The garment in question carried the slogan: “It’s not rape. It’s a snuggle with a struggle."

Writer Karen Kunawicz posted a photo of the T-shirt on her Facebook page on Monday.




It quickly went viral, with many criticizing SM Supermalls for selling the T-shirt, which was displayed in the teen boys’ section.









The mall operator said in a statement that the message on the T-shirt was "unacceptable", and that it only found out about the garment through social media.

"We have immediately pulled out all the T-shirts of the consignor that distributes them. Appropriate action will be taken to ensure this does not happen again. Thank you for informing us," it said.

SM Supermalls said it was investigating how the T-shirt got into its inventory.

Source: AFP

Lampard: I'll never forget the day I scored against Chelsea

Manchester City midfielder Frank Lampard speaking to an interviewer from Chelsea TV.
Manchester City midfielder Frank Lampard speaking to an interviewer from Chelsea TV.

It must be one strange, strange feeling to walk in Frank Lampard's shoes right now.

As everyone knows by now, the on-loan Manchester City midfielder scored a dramatic late equaliser on Sunday at the Etihad Stadium with a trademark late run into the penalty to snatch a draw against his former club Chelsea.

It was certainly a poignant moment for the 36-year-old Chelsea legend, who chose not to celebrate the goal with his new teammates, and it certainly showed when he spoke to Chelsea TV in a short but rather moving interview that was posted on Facebook.





"I feel strange, even talking to you in this situation," said Chelsea's all-time top scorer as he spoke to his interviewer.

"The way the (Chelsea) fans were before I came on, it was emotional, I have to say. You're running around, but you have to suck it all in.

"I don't know if apology is the right word because as a professional you can't apologise for scoring goals, but the way they were before the goal and the way they were at the end of the game I'll never forget.

"I know we had good times together but to give me that when they're supporting their team, even when I've maybe spoilt the drive home for them, I'll never forget the day. Never forget it."

While his professionalism forbade him from apologising outright, it's very hard not to notice the words "Sorry, Chelsea fans" etched all over Lampard's rueful face.

Positive comments

And even though most fans tend to view a former player donning a rival club's jersey as a betrayal, it seems that isn't the case for Lampard.

Usually a place where vitriol rules, the comments section for the interview makes a rather surprising read.

Here's a sample from the more than 2,500 comments posted:

In the modern game of football where money seems to be increasingly trumping sentiment day by day, you can definitely file this little story under #faithinhumanityrestored.

Source: Chelsea Football Club Facebook page

Man, who has 100 involuntary orgasms a day, says life is miserable

Dale Decker, 37, says he experiences 100 orgasms a day, which is a condition known as Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome.
Dale Decker, 37, says he experiences 100 orgasms a day, which is a condition known as Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome.

​What was once pleasurable has now turned into misery for 37-year-old Dale Decker.

The father of two suffers from a condition that makes him experience about ​100 involuntary orgasms a day.

He first experienced the condition known as Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome after he slipped a disk in his back two years ago.

Decker was on his way to the hospital when he ejaculated five times on the drive. And since then, this has become a common occurrence.

He says that his life has become miserable since then.

"Imagine being on your knees at your father's funeral beside his casket, saying goodbye to him - and then you have nine orgasms right there - while your whole family is standing behind you.

He continued: "It makes you never want to have another orgasm for as long as you live. There's nothing pleasurable about it because even though it might feel physically good - you're completely disgusted by what's going on."

His family is strained by his condition too. Decker said that he avoids going out with his kids because he is afraid he will experience an orgasm in public - "like in a playground."

Surprisingly, his sex life with his wife is in tatters too as they rarely have sex.

Dale Decker, 37, says he experiences 100 orgasms a day, which is a condition known as Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome.

The pair have also resorted to sleeping in different beds because Decker "has episodes at night", said his wife April.

Dr Dean Harris, a gynaecologist in New York said: "Being aroused can be a wonderful thing, but this is not like arousal, it's not even sexual.

"It's a horrendous spasm and it can be terribly painful. Suicide is always a concern when people suffer from this condition - they feel like they have no other way to escape it," added Dr Harris.

Earlier this year, an American Amanda Gryce was reported to be suffering from similar condition that made her experience about 50 orgasms a day.

Gryce, 24, said: "It happens when I'm with my friends or out in public and it's very embarrassing."

Just sitting in a car or loud bass can set her off.

But she has been seeing a doctor who is helping her to slowly manage the problem. And this includes taking medication to numb the areas around the relevant areas.

Source: New York Post, Mail Online

Watch: Muslims denounce ISIS with #NotInMyName campaign

British Muslims at Active Change Foundation have launched a social media campaign denouncing the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

Their message: ISIS does not represent their religion.

In a YouTube video on the charity's account, one youth said: "We must all unite together and try to stop this group from damaging Islam and damaging Muslims."

The campaign, which uses the hashtag #NotInMyName, aims to show "solidarity against ISIS and their actions".

Though the campaign was launched on Sept 10, it only gained traction in the past week.

Here are some of the #NotInMyName tweets.











Sources: Mashable, Newsweek

Kanye West surprises college kids in their classroom

Kanye West surprised kids at LA Trade Technical College on Friday (Sept 19), where he spoke about his experiences.

Whenever there's a guest speaker coming to class, that only means one thing to every student. It's a chill session. 

But when this LA Trade Technical College saw their VIP guest speaker turn up in their classroom on Friday, the students were left shocked.


US rapper Kanye West surprised 40 students which included students from the digital communications faculty and some who didn't necessarily graduate from high school, E! Online reported.

West was said to have spent two hours talking of his experiences and struggles in the music, fashion and graphic arts industry.

In the midst of it all, West reinforced the importance of education hoping to inspire them, the publication added.


One student, Andre Pitts III, explained how the 37-year-old rapper didn't try to be a teacher when he was talking to them.

He told "It went on for about an hour and a half and Kanye discussed a lot of things but mainly about his inspirations. He mentioned Ice Cube being one of his biggest inspirations, but also one of his biggest let downs. He also discussed Steve Jobs, 2Pac and his grandfather."

Contact Music reported the student adding: "I've listened to Kanye since I was younger but I can't rate him as a teacher because he didn't come to teach a fashion class, he just spoke about his inspirations. He didn't try to be a teacher, he simply spoke about how life really is."

Sources: Contact Music, Instagram, Vice and E! Online

#Fail: Apple users put iPhone in microwave to charge it

Heard of the new Wave technology that comes with Apple's latest operating system? The one that allows you to charge your phone in the microwave?

Sorry, guys, that's just a hoax. (Hope you haven't tried it.)

Very convincing promotional material for the Apple Wave technology appeared on online bulletin board 4chan over the weekend.

The post was promoted by users on the bulletin board, and some pranksters took to Twitter to exalt the breakthrough technology.









Tragically, some people actually tried to microwave their iPhones. It did not turn out well.







Too gullible? Or just plain stupid? We can't decide. We're just glad we didn't fall for it.




Sources: Times Of India, International Business Times, Mirror

Qi Yuwu gets all lovey dovey in column about Joanne Peh

A still from the local TV series C.L.I.F. 2 starring the married couple, Qi Yuwu (left) and Joanne Peh.

To Chinese actor Qi Yuwu, his wife Joanne Peh is "like a mirror in which he sees his faults and merits".

The usually private Qi, 37, spoke up about the couple's relationship in a column published in Chinese-language newspaper Lianhe Zaobao

He wrote: "I must have done something right all these years, to have all this."

Though the couple have confirmed they had a private wedding ceremony earlier this month, the wedding has still not convinced some of the couple's love for each other. 

That is partly due to rumours about Qi's previous relationships.


In the column, Qi makes it very clear how he feels about the 31-year-old Peh. 

The pair dated for a year before getting married, and Qi claims he knew she was the one when he realised, through her, he sees all aspects of himself.

He said: "I seem to have found a mirror and through her, I see the good and the bad in me. It makes me feel inferior and proud. I can be myself and grow up."

He claims it was something he never would have expected to happen when he moved to Singapore from China after his studies at Guangzhou Physical Education Institute.

About 40 guests turned up to celebrity couple's wedding at the Movenpick Heritage Hotel in Sentosa. PHOTO: MediaCorp

The couple started dating almost immediately after Peh split with ex-boyfriend and Class 95 DJ, Bobbi Tonelli, whom she dated for four years.

PHOTO: Singapore Press Holdings (TNP: Gavin Foo)

However, he admitted it wasn't all rainbows and butterflies as he made the decision to tie the knot. Qi said he was worried that he wasn't ready but realised that "in the face of life, no one can be fully prepared".

Now that Wu has done the big deed, he describes the accumulated experiences of hitched couples as a "profound philosophical text".

"I will find my own answers, continue to learn to love myself, learn to love others, and continue to grow through constant adjustments."

Sources: Lianhe ZaoBao, Instagram and MediaCorp

Check out Friends 20th Anniversary tribute video and a list of 5 classic moments

Friends are celebrating their 20th anniversary since the pilot episode aired in 1994.
Friends are celebrating their 20th anniversary since the pilot episode aired in 1994.

Pivot, smelly cat, Unagi.

If any of those words or phrases made you smile, I have one question for you: Could you be any more of a Friends fan? 

No, Friends will not come back as a movie.

But the TV series about a group of six friends living in Manhattan just celebrated their 20th anniversary.

The first episode of the now-classic sitcom aired on Sept 22, 1994.

Warner Brothers, which produced the series, has come up with a 236-second long video to celebrate the series and it's nothing short of fantastic.

Is your favourite moment inside?



If the short video wasn't enough, here are some of the classic moments in full:

1. The one where Ross tries to 'pivot' a couch



2. The one where Rachel and Ross were on a break!



3. The one where they bet on Rachel and Monica's apartment



4. The one where Joey does a Chandler



5. The one where Unagi is a state of total awareness