I meant to publish this post a week after the Islamic terrorist attack in the northern capital. In the end, here I am weeks later doing it. This does not matter. What matters is that the world is ever changing and happy and unhappy incidents happen all the time, nonstop. I would have never guessed that delaying my post some days would mean that I would have to write about two instead of one Islamic terrorist attack in the UK.
Two Islamic terrorist attacks in less than two weeks
The Manchester Arena terrorist attack took place the 22nd of May 2017 at around 22:30 a suicide bomber detonated a homemade bomb. Packed with nuts and bolts to act as shrapnel, the device exploded in the foyer area of the Manchester Arena, after Ariana Grande’s concert (Dangerous Woman Tour). Ariana is greatly popular among teenagers and her 14.200 tickets for the concert sold out. The fact that many children and teenagers were at the concert made this incident particularly vicious. Continue Reading
It would be impossible to tell you how much I love the internet. Anything and everything is here, if you know how to find it. I have been very concerned lately about menstruation. I mean, I feel ashamed that as a woman I never truly thought very much about how others deal with it. In this search for knowledge I have bumped into the short film “The story or menstruation” by Disney, a rather informative short film which explains what is menstruation.
The story of Menstruation taught girls during decades how to deal with “that time of the month”
Funnily or sadly enough, the inventor of fidget spinners is not making a dime, Catherine Hettinger. She created the infamous fidget spinner 20 years ago. She pitched it to Hasbro, one of the largest toy manufacturers in the world, but they were not interested in it. Eventually, Mrs Hettinger was unable to pay the renewal of the fidget spinner patent, resulting in other people making money from her original idea.