John Lewis man receives a special message from the store

John Lewis has the Twitter handle @johnlewis and is often mistaken for the store  The 53-year-old is bombarded with messages intended for the retailer  In an effort to appease the academic the store sent him a bespoke video  By Martha Cliff for MailOnline The John Lewis festive advert is one of the most eagerly anticipated Christmas campaigns in Britain - but for one man it is a less welcome tradition. A 54-year-old who shares his name with the British department store Read more [...]

NSW man shares anguish after losing his wife to cancer

A man has shared his anguish after losing his new wife to cancer at the age of 29 Ben Debono, from NSW, and his bride Leah tied the knot in October last year  The woman had an unusual mole on her arm dismissed by two different doctors For three years, she went to regular check-ups but was told she was 'all-clear' But three months after their wedding day, Leah lost her battle with melanoma  By Cindy Tran for Daily Mail Australia A distraught man has opened up about how he lost Read more [...]

Prince William says George was ‘envious’ he drove digger

Prince William hinted that George, now four, has particular fondness of diggers  He said George was 'envious' he drove digger during site visit at Stanford Hall  The Duke Of Cambridge made comment during speech at gala dinner in London By Emily Chan For Mailonline Prince William says Prince George was 'very envious' that he got to drive a digger while visiting the site of a new rehabilitation centre for the military. The royal, 35, revealed his young son's fondness of diggers Read more [...]

The Hairy Bikers’ best of the Med: Corsican lamb

By Si King And Dave Myers For Weekend Si King and Dave Myers with a second helping of divine dishes from their new Mediterranean cook book   Switch up your roast dinners with this juicy lamb recipe which goes great with potatoes Give your Sunday roast the Mediterranean touch. Corsicans love their meat and cook it well, and when you use this recipe with our British lamb you have something really special. Serves 6 1.5kg (3lb 5oz) lamb leg or shoulder, Read more [...]

Boats with the wittiest names on the water

Online gallery features funniest boat names out there, with many involving puns A number of the names are rather rude - including one christened 'My Big Deck'  Others commented on how much cash they'd spent, with one called 'Goin' broke' By Emily Chan For Mailonline Naming a boat can cause much amusement - as the Boaty McBoatface debacle proved. And now a whole series of the wittiest boat names have been revealed in a hilarious online gallery.  Many of them involve clever Read more [...]

One hump or two? Asda to start selling camel milk

Asda has announced it will start selling the milk in selected British stores It will cost £2.85 for 235ml and is lactose-free and has half the fat of cow’s milk Popularity surged after Kim Kardashian posted a picture of a glass of the milk  By Liz Hull for the Daily Mail Camelicious will soon be available at selected Asda stores, but at £2.85 for 235ml it does not come cheap First it was soya, then almond and coconut milk were hailed as the trendy, Read more [...]

Missouri sex addict slept with over 100 people

Monique Price, 25, had sex over 1,000 times with more than 100 people Had 'constant and impulsive' unprotected sex - even while pregnant  She worried she was a bad mother and caught STDs while pregnant Her fiance has helped her battle her addiction and they have sex twice a week By Bianca London for MailOnline A sex addicted mother-of-four claims her 10-year obsession nearly killed her - but she still wants intercourse six times a day with her fiancé. Monique Price, 25, believes Read more [...]

Starbucks is teaming up with Italian bakery Princi

The new eatery, called Princi at Starbucks, is set to open in the Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Seattle  The Italian bakery and cafe is famed for its breads, baked goods and pastries, which are all crafted on-site However, customers will not be able to order off a menu -  staff will make a selection for them after asking what kind of mood they're in   The coffee chain announced it had become a global licensee and investor of Princi in 2016 It plans on opening several stand-alone Read more [...]

Why do schools not teach the joy of motherhood

Writer Joanna Moorhead was educated in a convent school during the 1970s  She says being taught the importance of becoming a mother has served her well Joanna says young girls are not told how fertility declines over the years   By Joanna Moorhead For The Daily Mail As a youngster, I was educated in a convent that felt like the school time forgot. It was the 1970s, but it could have been the 1950s or even the 1920s — although the nuns would have been behind the curve in both Read more [...]

Coffee shop chains have to steal customers from each other

By Tessa Cunningham for the Daily Mail Remember when a takeaway coffee meant a polystyrene cup filled with a muddy puddle of scalding water flavoured by a scoop of acrid brown powder? So profound has been the effect of Starbucks, Costa and the other High Street coffee giants on our drinking habits that it now sounds like something out of the Dark Ages. If you turn the clock back just over a decade, there were fewer than 10,000 places where you could buy a takeaway coffee in the UK. Read more [...]