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Father’s Day is happening next Sunday, 20 June. If you are still scratching your head as to what to gift your dearest dad, the Yahoo Shopping team is here to help!
A few big sales to highlight so you don’t miss out on all the good deals.
From now till 30 June 2021, order a 750ml Maker’s Mark and get a 50ml Maker’s Mark for free. It also entitles you to customization on every bottle bought of names up to 15 characters, which you can key in the “notes” chat box upon checkout. You will also have the option of choosing the special Father’s Day message on the bottle. Delivery within 3 working days.
From 1-30 June 2021, order a 750ml Maker’s Mark and get a 50ml Maker’s Mark for free. These bottles are printed with “Best Dad Ever” printed on the label. Available on: Grab Mart, Shopee and FoodPanda.
Outdoor weddings are to become legal in England and Wales for the first time, the government has announced. At present, couples have to hold their wedding or partnership ceremony within an approved room or permanent structure at a designated venue. But from 1st July, they’ll also have the option of holding the ceremony outside at a designated venue. The law is being amended in this way to reflect “public health considerations” during the pandemic, the government said in a statement released on S
If you’re planning on tuning in to Physical just to see a permed-out Rose Byrne do high kicks to a killer ‘80s soundtrack, there’s something you should know: This show is dark. Really, I’m talking viscerally, painfully, piercingly dark. Byrne plays Sheila Rubin, a San Diego housewife circa 1981 in Apple TV+’s latest series. On the outside, she’s got it all: conventional good looks, an adequate if insecure and underachieving husband Danny (Rory Scovel), and a cute toddler. But inside, Sheila cons
I never told my ex-husband I was interested in women. I never had the courage. We didn’t speak about my desire for an intimate connection with a woman or the attraction that I buried deep under the surface. He just knew — a fact that’s even more surprising considering that, in retrospect, I barely knew. At the time, I wasn’t sure if I was queer, bisexual, pansexual, lesbian, or plainly bicurious. I did know, and had known for most of my life, that I wasn’t straight. But I had spent my childhood
The devil works hard, but Andy Cohen works harder. So perhaps it’s no surprise that the reality TV Godfather didn’t shy away from asking Kim Kardashian details about her divorce from Kanye West during the Keeping Up With the Kardashians reunion special. More surprising may be that Kim K didn’t avoid the question. Though, she wasn’t super forthcoming with the details of her split after six years of marriage either. “I honestly don’t think I would even say it here on TV, but it was not like, one s
The last full week of June yawns before us, and what would Pride be without a little full moon energy? This week's festivities arrive on the heels of Jupiter stationing retrograde on the 20th, a transit that lasts four months and loves to sprinkle a dash of introspection and “for your own good” into life’s impulsive plans. Mercury stationing direct on June 22nd will help alleviate some of the chaos our winged messenger stirred up — especially during the solar eclipse — but the retrograde shadow
In over 20 years of travel to more than 100 countries, I’ve had my fair share of scrapes and numerous brushes with death. I’ve visited Iraq, Yemen and Syria and been robbed at gunpoint in Kenya. I’ve been very nearly run over crossing the street in Tokyo and Abu Dhabi. I was on a flight from Seattle to Seoul which experienced a mid-air emergency thanks to severe turbulence over the Sea of Japan. In Sri Lanka, a failed whale-watching mission left me and a colleague on a rickety old boat in high s
My earliest memory includes food. As I’m now a food journalist, this is perhaps unsurprising. I was young, living in Malaysia with my grandparents and eating ais-kachang. I vividly remember eating until I was so full that I threw up all over the restaurant’s bathroom floor. Growing up in a Punjabi-Malaysian family, I was always acutely aware of my food experiences being relatively niche – nobody else in school (bar my cousins) ate noodles for breakfast. Our tables were filled with everything fro
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jessica Torres (@thisisjessicatorres) “To be labelled as a ‘before’ suggests that a fat body is always a work-in-progress,” Marie Southard Ospina tells me. “It is never complete, and therefore it cannot be worthy of joy or basic dignity.” The plus size writer and blogger has had her images appropriated on the internet as part of the ‘before and after’ advertisements which so often advertise questionable weight loss techniques or ‘transformations’ seve
When we discuss the topic of new parenthood, we often consider it through the experience of new mothers first and foremost. We have a level of structural support in place for women during pregnancy and postpartum, peer networks are available and there’s a natural, cultural acceptance that the mother and baby bond is at the heart of the journey. All of this is crucial, of course, but since so much of the conversation around parenthood is focused on mothers, the emotional and psychological needs o