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American living in the UK questions why Brit supermarkets have 'same ugly floor'
READ MORE: American feels they've been 'lied to' after trying British cheese for first timeNot quite the great philosophical question, but this US expat has questioned why the shop floors have the ‘exact’ same pattern.Instead of turning to Google or flipping through pages of a book to search for the answer, the American put their trust in TikTok to figure out why supermarket floors are the ‘same’.The eagle-eyed American took a walk around the aisles of Sainsbury's and asked: “Why do all grocery stores in the UK have the exact same floor? It's so ugly it makes me not want to buy anything?”In true British fashion, many people fled to the comments on the viral clip to mock the American – and some gave more probable answers.One person commented: “I just realised that you don’t look at the floor and look at the more expensive eye level items.”Another user mocked: “It's stained from everyone's spilt tea and biscuits.”A third person voiced: “Because they want you to look at products and not the floor.”Someone else chuckled: “They’re dead flies, they just paint over them.”Meanwhile, a fifth user questioned: “Why would you not buy groceries because of the floor?”“It could put people off food”, the American simply said.And, this is not the only time the American has been confused.Previously, they were left baffled as to why Brits have garages in their ‘living rooms’ and park their cars in the garden.READ NEXT: Man slammed for insisting girlfriend covers cost of all meals on her birthday holiday
The Chase fans all saying the same thing after random human body part revelation
The Chase fans were left shocked and in stitches after learning the “hilarious” unknown name of a body part on the latest episode of the ITV gameshow.Contestants Bernie, John, Layla and Viv all took on chaser Jenn “The Vixen” Ryan for a series of trivia questions as they fought to take home a cash prize.But viewers at home were shocked at one of the questions, after hearing a relatively unknown human anatomy revelation.READ MORE: The Chase's Jenny Ryan slams social media troll after nasty comment about herAs Bernie, a 70-year-old retired business consultant from Surrey took on Jenny in his head-to-head, he was asked What part of the body is also known as the weenus.The answer was an elbow, as fans went on to learn that the term is a slang word for the excess or loose skin at the joint of your elbow, which is technically referred to as olecranal skin.Fans immediately took to Twitter to announce their google search results, after learning that it gained the name because when saggy skin is stretched out on the elbow, it can look like the area of a man’s genitals.“#TheChase Loads of people Googling weenus now,” said one viewer.“It seems likely weenus is a play on the medical term penis and its slang variant wiener. Hilarious.”“You can really squeeze your weenus and it doesn’t hurt.
Tipping Point fans rage as 'nonsense rules' see player 'robbed' of counters
Tipping Point fans have raged at the programme's "nonsense rules" after one player was "robbed" of some counters.Thursday's episode (June 23) of the ITV quiz show welcomed player Kaitlin to the stage.Kaitlin got off to a great start, amassing an impressive £1,450 cash pot in the opening round.READ MORE: Tipping Point fans distracted by blonde bombshell as they say they're 'in love'In the second round, she was quizzed solo by host Ben Shephard and given a number of counters to drop into the machine.With one of her drops, Kaitlin knocked down one counter initially and several other counters fell just seconds later.Unfortunately, Ben declared the windfall an "ambient drop" and said the counters would not count towards Kaitlin's total as the klaxon had already sounded.As Ben revealed the counters would be 'returned to the machine', Tipping Point viewers shared their frustration online.They argued that it was still Kaitlin's turn when the ambient drop occurred and said she should have been allowed to keep the windfall.One disgruntled fan wrote: "Nonsense rules AGAIN on #tippingpoint those counters are hers as it was during her go."Another said: "She was on play with [the drop]."A third quipped: "Robbed."Explaining the decision, Ben added: So sadly, those other counters will have to be voided from the machine because you were no longer in play."We will put the mystery counter back in where it fell out."Kaitlin exited the competition in the third round, leaving player Heidi to attempt to win the jackpot counter.This is a live TV story and is being constantly updated.
National Rail, TfL, and hundreds of other websites down in major internet outage
Downdetector.On top of that, Roblox, Skype, Amazon and Google Meet have also faced issues, says Twitter user IconJen.Faulty websites are issuing users with 'Error 500' messages, leaving them unable to login.Cloudflare said: "Cloudflare is investigating wide-spread issues with our services and/or network."Users may experience errors or timeouts reaching Cloudflare’s network or services."The tech company claims to have now identified the issue and is working on a fix.UPDATE 08:21: Cloudflare says it has now issued a fix for the problem and is 'monitoring the results'. It is unclear how long it will take to have an effect on the broken websites, but it appears that Cloudflare has been forced to 're-route' some of its global services in response to the issue.Cloudflare is used by more than 26 million sites and processes more than 1 billion IP addresses every single day.It acts as the main 'pathway' between a website and its users, meaning every time you visit a Cloudflare website you have to go through its servers.It's used by big websites to protect themselves against malicious traffic and make the browsing experience smoother and more secure.This is why if Cloudflare experiences an outage, you can sometimes still access parts of a website but not the full content, which is delivered by Cloudflare rather than the host.