A woman in the US gave herself a Christmas tree hairstyle

 A Texas schoolteacher, 25, had her hair styled like a Christmas tree for a school event, using tinsel and ornaments to make it look like a Christmas tree and a star on top. But she ran into trouble when she drove to work. Her hair was too high to get into the car. She had to sit sideways in the car with the sunroof open and her hair sticking out. She says her hairstyle wins the hearts of her students.

The Russian man was ejected from the bar and then returned to set the fire

A 49-year-old man in Moscow, Russia, returned to the bar with a bucket full of flammable liquid shortly after he was ejected for assault following an argument after drinking. The video shows the man throwing fuel at several people at the entrance of the bar before he is knocked to the ground by a punch from one of the burly men. As the fuel ignited on the ground, others jumped out of the way, and the man on the ground immediately stood up, his pants on fire. No one was injured in the attack and police arrested the suspect as he tried to leave.

A man flying a kite in Sri Lanka was lifted more than 10 metres into the air

Manoharan, from Jaffna, Sri Lanka, was flying a giant kite with his friends. The seven of them were holding on to the string to control it. When the kite flew, his friends let go of the string. He was carried more than ten metres into the air, staggering for more than a minute. His friends tried to pull the kite down. Finally, exhausted, he let go and jumped about five meters in the air. Manoharan was taken to hospital with only minor injuries.

An American woman wants her boyfriend to videotape her all the time at work

A Fresno, California, woman has been dubbed a "crazy person" after sharing how she lets her boyfriend video-chat with her throughout work. Nella lets her boyfriend Jose Macias video-chat with her during the 12-hour workday, where he can be seen packing in an Amazon warehouse while Nella washes dishes at home. "My boyfriend needs to videotape with me throughout his 12-hour shift not because I don't trust him, but because I don't trust other women," she wrote.

The landlord found the rented house full of garbage estimated to clean up 120,000 yuan

Landlord Danny Hernon, 54, of Oldham, Greater Manchester, was shocked when he came to check on the house after the tenant handed over the keys. Every room was filled with rubbish, human excrement and rotting food, and thick cobwebs hung from the ceiling. Mountains of rotting garbage exhaled a stomach-turning stench, and the floors and lower walls of every room were stained black with mold and filth. Henon reportedly had to spend up to 120,000 yuan cleaning up the rubbish and replacing the soiled contents of his house.

Hundreds of thousands of fish work together to create waves to keep birds out

Hundreds of thousands of fish in a sulfide lake in Mexico have been filmed creating large waves in the water to ward off birds. The fish in the lake were attacked by a bird and began to undulate, creating waves. The researchers, from the Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries in Germany, said the fish were trying to prevent birds from invading, but it was not clear why the waves stopped the birds and made the attack less successful.

104-year-old learns to read in India

Kudyama, 104, who lives in a village in Kerala, India, has always been interested in reading and often tries to identify letters, but has no education due to her poor background. Until a year ago, with the encouragement of a neighbor, a 34-year-old literacy trainer, she started learning from him. Kutiama recently passed kerala's primary literacy test, achieving 89 percent in literacy and 100 percent in math. Every morning now, she eagerly waits for the newsboy to deliver the paper, and then spends two whole hours immersed in the news, keeping abreast of what is going on in the world.

Ice cream truck sends ice cream man off for funeral

Louisa Davies, of Camberwell, south London, captured the unusual procession. A black hearse followed by ten brightly coloured ice cream vans, all playing classic music, as they made their way to a cemetery in Camberwell. Hassan Derwish, 62, was reported to have sold ice cream.



Moroccan football team: "The most familiar stranger"

   When I was still in college ten years ago, I led a sightseeing group of more than 30 Moroccan students. Before meeting them, my general impression of the Moroccans was that they are from North Africa but closer to the Arab world. They have religious beliefs, are used to worship, and are inextricably linked with France.   When I saw the real person, I realized that the North Africans in front of me were actually a group of children playing with each other and having fun in time. They were about the same age as me at the time. I have all kinds of nicknames and nicknames. During the process of taking them to Badaling, the Summer Palace and Houhai, two classmates and I, together with more than 30 Moroccan students, realized "cultural integration" and "world unity" in the small group to some extent.   During the World Cup in Qatar, I was surprised to find that the little-known Morocco team, which was eliminated in the group stage of the last World Cup, after miraculou

Zeigarnik effect

  As a freelancer, you have to fight procrastination every day. "I've made up my mind many times, but I just can't change it. Is it because I'm slow or slow?". In fact, many procrastinations are irrational. Many obstructions are imagined by myself. So distract, postpone, avoid confrontation. It's cool to procrastinate, and it's cool to procrastinate all the time, so I can't do it. Concentration is also related to physical strength. When the physical strength is exhausted, it is even more difficult to concentrate. You’ll tell yourself: I’m too tired to do this—okay, another perfect procrastination.   In 1927, Bruma Zeigarnik's senior research found that people are more likely to care about unfinished and interrupted work than completed work. This is the Zeigarnik effect. For example, we often don't care much about what we have got, but we will especially cherish what we have worked hard but haven't got. Therefore, the TV series will tell you

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