Amber Rose slams Piers Morgan as ‘mysoginistic’ after he tells her to ‘put it away’ over full-frontal pic

The reality star and the Good Morning Britain host had a clash of opinions

AMBER Rose branded Piers Morgan a ‘misogynistic a**hole’ and ‘idiot’ after he criticised her for posting a semi-naked picture on Instagram.

The pair traded taunts on Twitter when Piers told the model to “Put it Away luv. Thanks.”

The 33-year-old model sparked controversy after posting the explicit Instagram picture of herself wearing no knickers.

Piers objected, writing: “It’s not ‘misogyny’ to think that posting nude photos in the supposed name of feminist empowerment is pathetic attention-seeking bulls**t.”

Maintaining she wasn’t ‘nude’ as her breasts were covered and legs were closed, Amber called the GMB host “an idiot.”

Piers insisted: “I can handle your naked body, Amber – relax.
“I just can’t handle your ridiculous claim to be stripping off in the name of feminism.”

The explicit picture – which was posted to promote Amber’s SlutWalk campaign – was removed by Instagram within two hours.

The campaign is a movement the star started in 2015 to honour all women who feel judged and demeaned for their sexual behaviour.

To illustrate her point, Amber posted a 2011 image of Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine posing naked with a woman’s hands covering his genitals – and asked Piers if the photo was “attention seeking”.

As the conversation rumbled on, Piers expressed disdain as he typed: “THIS is what Emmeline Pankhurst fought so hard for? Jeez.”

But Amber responded sarcastically: “I’m sorry I forgot only men can be sexually confident”.

He also reproduced a photo of himself posing naked (but for a well-placed blanket) in an advertisement for Burger King.

“I am re-posting this in the name of male empowerment. 💪💪 cc @DaRealAmberRose,” Piers wrote.

“So you got naked for a Burger King check and ur giving me a hard time? Foh 😂😆😩,” Amber replied.

And seemingly ending the argument, Piers wrote: “It’s not about sexual confidence. It’s about you posting nude photos claiming it promotes feminism, which is utter nonsense.”

Amber Rose 


@DaRealAmberRose

I’m sorry I forgot only men can be sexually confident 😒 https://twitter.com/piersmorgan/status/873970412513832960 

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Playing with your baby

As long as he’s not tired, he’s ready to play!” That’s how Erin Aldridge describes her seven-month-old baby, Owen. His parents are happy to accommodate. “I love to tickle him, race him around on his little car or play peekaboo. Anything that gets him to laugh!” Aldridge says.

That experience is more valuable to Owen than any expensive toy, says early childhood education professor Laura Oyama, of Humber College in Toronto. “You really don’t need to buy things,” she says. “Everyday events, everyday things you have in your home — as long as they’re safe — are wonderful opportunities for young babies.

 It’s the interactions that are the key.” Does that mean you shouldn’t buy baby toys? Of course not. “But parents need to understand that the toy itself has no value without the adult,” Oyama explains. “We are the interpreters.” Something as simple as a comment like “That’s a really big ball. Look how it rolls!” adds so much to the baby’s experience.We don’t always have to play directly with our babies. Once they develop more ability to explore and manipulate things on their own, babies are sometimes happy to play alone for a bit — and that’s valuable too. But Oyama encourages parents to get down on the floor with their kids. “It’s by interacting with our very young children and labelling, describing and talking that knowledge is built.” Plus it’s a wonderful way to build your relationship and enjoy your child. 
Here are some useful play tips for younger babies: Hold, sing and talk. Babies learn through their senses, so tickle games, dancing and knee bouncing are enriching play experiences. “Something as simple as ‘Head and Shoulders’ is great,” says Oyama. “A little baby doesn’t even know he has arms yet, but you can take his hands and touch the body parts as you sing about them.”

Need to refresh your music memory? Check out Songs, Rhymes & Lullabies for lyrics and audio of popular children’s tunes. Provide interesting things to look at. “You can buy children’s gift wrap that has fantastic colours and patterns,” says Oyama.

“Put it on the floor or stick it on the wall — even on the ceiling over the change table.” Oyama also suggests making an entertaining mobile out of everyday objects. “Hang a loofah, a shiny serving spoon and a small stuffed toy from a coat hanger.” Play “bat the object.” “My older son didn’t like the pompom on his hat so I cut it off, put it on a piece of elastic and held it over the baby to grab at it,” says Oyama. She also suggests turning a mini plastic pop bottle into a shaker. Put things like bright beads or coloured water inside, glue the top on so it’s secure, and it’s just right for little hands.

Look at books together. At this age, the focus is on bright contrast and simple pictures.

“Don’t worry about words,” says Oyama.

“Just talk to your baby about the pictures: ‘Oh, see the ladybug.’”

Include your baby in your world. Indoors and out, let your baby be part of what you’re doing, says Oyama. “It’s not really about sitting babies in a circle and saying, OK, now it’s playtime.” Instead, she says, find the play potential in your daily routine. “If you’re folding laundry, sit the baby in the laundry basket with some towels. Put a tea towel over your head once in a while for a little game of peekaboo, or take the baby for a little ride in the basket.” Once your baby is able to sit up steadily, she’ll love to unload things, discovering each object inside a basket or box. “Put some safe kitchen utensils in a box, such as a potato masher, a plastic spoon, a new nylon pot scrubber with a wooden handle, a small pot with a lid,” suggests Oyama. “A potbis new to a baby; she has no idea what it is. So you talk to her about it and show her what she can do with it. 

We don’t always have to play directly with our babies. Once they develop more ability to explore and manipulate things on their own, babies are sometimes happy to play alone for a bit — and that’s valuable too. But Oyama encourages parents to get down on the floor with their kids. “It’s by interacting with our very young children and labelling, describing and talking that knowledge is built.” Plus it’s a wonderful way to build your relationship and enjoy your child.

Most parents really don’t know how much value it is to the child his time with her is. They jeopardize the privilege of being a parent just for monumental misconduct.

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Baby Care: Baby – Infant Development & Parenting Tips

Raising a baby, especially for the first time, is both exciting and challenging.  This is a time for developing the bonds that will last a lifetime providing the child with the inner resources to develop self-esteem and the ability to relate positively with others. It is also the time for parents to begin to discover who this new person really is. 

 Each child is unique and it is imperative that parents learn to understand, respect, support and encourage the unique characteristics and abilities of each child.

For first time parents, there are new challenges each day.  While children do not come with an “owner’s manual”, books on baby care can provide valuable tips on how to handle these challenges as they come up in a way that reduces stress for the parent and the child.

Follow us and stay updated as I take you through series of child development and care.

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RELATIONSHIP CAPSULES


Unfortunately, after a first date, it’s rarely as simple as: “I like you, I had fun, let’s get together again.”

I’m coy after a first date because:

I don’t want to look too eager/desperate. I won’t ignore my attraction, but I’ll at least try to temper it.

I want to look like I have a life. Even though I don’t have a life, I might try to look a little aloof.

I’m not sure if you like me. It’s scary to take the dive and show I’m interested when I’m not sure if the girl is interested.
Despite attempts to look calm, cool, and collected, there are a number a things I’ll do around an initial date that clue you in that I’m interested. Here are a few:


1. Completing the Date

It may not indicate that you’re the apple of my eye, but it does indicate that you’re not a total disaster. Most people are courteous enough to do the absolute minimum on a date: finish whatever activity you’re doing together and devote sufficient time out of respect for the other person. But some situations are such utter disaster, things must be cut short.
I once went out with a girl who spewed embarrassingly stupid things I couldn’t respond to. Finally, I suggested changing plans to meet up with my buddies. Once a date is officially a bust, I’ll look for any way out.

2. One on One

If I’m into you, and comfortable, I won’t want to “share” you. A common tactic to combat a boring date is calling in “reinforcement” friends to “dilute” you. I’m naturally talkative with those around me, but if I invite everyone else around us into our party, I might be looking for a more interesting outlet.


3. Extending the Date

Suggesting something (other than going back to someone’s place) after dinner like taking a walk, grabbing a drink, going for dessert, catching a movie, etc., indicates I’m asking for an encore. Although a masochist like myself might ask a girl to spend more time with me if I’m not enjoying her company.

4. Suggesting Another Date

Sometimes I get so excited during a first date I play my cards by suggesting other things we should do together. A common time to suggest another date is at the end of the date, though some guys just say this to be friendly. But it can’t be bad if the guy is enthusiastic enough to suggest a second date. He just has to make good on his word.


5. Friendly Follow-Up Right After You Say Good-bye

Sometimes after a date, I’ll text the girl telling her I had a great time, out of sheer giddiness. If I’m not interested after the date, I’ll head straight home and begin my process of fading out of this girl’s life (following up is not part of that process).

6. Striking While the Iron’s Hot

I’ll appear to be flaky or uninterested if I wait too long. If I enjoyed the date I’ll contact her within a few days. This doesn’t necessarily mean I’m asking her out again just yet. I’m just keeping the conversation going. If I’m not interested, I won’t ever contact her again. Regardless of how great you thought things went, if he doesn’t contact you again he’s clearly not interested.


7. Consistency

Hold me to a higher standard than one extra date, or one call back after the initial date. How many times have you gone on a few dates only to have it fizzle out? You can’t be sure I’m interested until we’ve gone out consistently for more than a month.


8. Non-Cliché Dates/Spontaneity

Take notice when I ask you to do random little things: run errands, go to the park. It’s that next step when I’m getting to know you and showing you I want you around whenever, wherever. Spending this “informal” time with you indicates I’m interested.


Remember, guys sometimes act interested just to get laid, and there are guys who feel guilty cutting a date short when it’s not going well. “Trying to be nice” actually sends the wrong signals if a guy is not interested.

My advice: Use these indicators as guidelines (they usually build on each other as things progress). Be vigilant, because reading the signals incorrectly will get you hurt. Hopefully you’ll meet a good guy who is sending honest signals.

How do you show you’re interested after a first date? Do you wait for a guy to make the next move after a first date? What signals are you looking for in guys after a first date? Do you agree with my signals, and that it’s tough to read them in the beginning?

BY COOLE
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RELATIONSHIP TIPS


Unfortunately, after a first date, it’s rarely as simple as: “I like you, I had fun, let’s get together again.”

I’m coy after a first date because:

I don’t want to look too eager/desperate. I won’t ignore my attraction, but I’ll at least try to temper it.

I want to look like I have a life. Even though I don’t have a life, I might try to look a little aloof.

I’m not sure if you like me. It’s scary to take the dive and show I’m interested when I’m not sure if the girl is interested.
Despite attempts to look calm, cool, and collected, there are a number a things I’ll do around an initial date that clue you in that I’m interested. Here are a few:

1. Completing the Date

It may not indicate that you’re the apple of my eye, but it does indicate that you’re not a total disaster. Most people are courteous enough to do the absolute minimum on a date: finish whatever activity you’re doing together and devote sufficient time out of respect for the other person. But some situations are such utter disaster, things must be cut short.
I once went out with a girl who spewed embarrassingly stupid things I couldn’t respond to. Finally, I suggested changing plans to meet up with my buddies. Once a date is officially a bust, I’ll look for any way out.

2. One on One

If I’m into you, and comfortable, I won’t want to “share” you. A common tactic to combat a boring date is calling in “reinforcement” friends to “dilute” you. I’m naturally talkative with those around me, but if I invite everyone else around us into our party, I might be looking for a more interesting outlet.

3. Extending the Date

Suggesting something (other than going back to someone’s place) after dinner like taking a walk, grabbing a drink, going for dessert, catching a movie, etc., indicates I’m asking for an encore. Although a masochist like myself might ask a girl to spend more time with me if I’m not enjoying her company.

4. Suggesting Another Date

Sometimes I get so excited during a first date I play my cards by suggesting other things we should do together. A common time to suggest another date is at the end of the date, though some guys just say this to be friendly. But it can’t be bad if the guy is enthusiastic enough to suggest a second date. He just has to make good on his word.

5. Friendly Follow-Up Right After You Say Good-bye

Sometimes after a date, I’ll text the girl telling her I had a great time, out of sheer giddiness. If I’m not interested after the date, I’ll head straight home and begin my process of fading out of this girl’s life (following up is not part of that process).

6. Striking While the Iron’s Hot

I’ll appear to be flaky or uninterested if I wait too long. If I enjoyed the date I’ll contact her within a few days. This doesn’t necessarily mean I’m asking her out again just yet. I’m just keeping the conversation going. If I’m not interested, I won’t ever contact her again. Regardless of how great you thought things went, if he doesn’t contact you again he’s clearly not interested.

7. Consistency

Hold me to a higher standard than one extra date, or one call back after the initial date. How many times have you gone on a few dates only to have it fizzle out? You can’t be sure I’m interested until we’ve gone out consistently for more than a month.

8. Non-Cliché Dates/Spontaneity

Take notice when I ask you to do random little things: run errands, go to the park. It’s that next step when I’m getting to know you and showing you I want you around whenever, wherever. Spending this “informal” time with you indicates I’m interested.

Remember, guys sometimes act interested just to get laid, and there are guys who feel guilty cutting a date short when it’s not going well. “Trying to be nice” actually sends the wrong signals if a guy is not interested.

My advice: Use these indicators as guidelines (they usually build on each other as things progress). Be vigilant, because reading the signals incorrectly will get you hurt. Hopefully you’ll meet a good guy who is sending honest signals.

How do you show you’re interested after a first date? Do you wait for a guy to make the next move after a first date? What signals are you looking for in guys after a first date? Do you agree with my signals, and that it’s tough to read them in the beginning?

BY COOLE
@coolebricks

Mike Adenuga’s Net Worth Increased By $2.7 Billion In 2016, While Dangote’s Decreased By $5billion – See why

Exactly half of Africa’s 20 billionaires got richer in 2016. The continent’s biggest gainer in both dollar and percentage terms  is Nigerian oil and telecom tycoon Mike Adenuga, whose net worth increased $2.7 billion to $5.8 billion since December 31, 2015.  No other African billionaire added more than $1 billion to his or her net worth in the past year. Overall, the combined net worths of African billionaires decreased $3.1 billion in 2016. The increase in Adenuga’s net worth is largely due to new information FORBES obtained in 2016 about the value of his assets. Adenuga owns Nigerian telecom company Globacom and Nigerian oil company Conoil.  While Adenuga’s net worth has increased since the beginning of 2016, it has dropped significantly since March 2016, when FORBES valued his fortune at $10 billion on the 2016 Billionaires List. Since then, his net worth has dropped $4.2 billion, due to the devaluation of the Nigerian Naira and the country’s struggling oil sector.  Adenuga was the only Nigerian billionaire whose net worth increased this year.  (Aliko Dangote, the richest Nigerian and Africa’s richest man, saw his fortune drop nearly 28% to $12.4 billion over the course of 2016.)
After Adenuga, South African mining billionaire, Patrice Motsepe and Egyptian billionaires Nassef Sawiris and Naguib Sawiris were the next biggest gainers in Africa, each adding $500 million to their fortunes over the year.

ADENUGA-DANGOTE

Egypt and South Africa were the only African countries where more than half of the country’s billionaires got richer in 2016. In both, four out of seven billionaires added to their wealth in the past year. In Nigeria, meanwhile, only one of four billionaires got richer this year.

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2016 11:00pm DINNER PARTY

Well, for a whole lot of persons, this year must have been a “come-and-go” year and yes!! You were right!!!
To that effect, I have decided to congratulate you for holding on till this very last minutes.
Let’s start with the appetizer…

Though the economy made us go through series of emotional breakdown, other subordinates came like MMM, Ultimatecycler, Crowdrising and lots more, we still held on and now, I will love to say –YOU MADE IT!!!!

I’m glad you made it!!!!
My wish for you this 2017 is, your wishes shall be granted just as you desire them in your heart with zeal……..HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

Yeah the skies are crowded with fireworks
New Year’s Eve 2016 live: Fireworks and pictures from around the world as we welcome in 2017

Australia, Japan and Hong Kong are among those to have welcomed 2017 in style while security is stepped up ahead of celebrations in London and New York


Bag searches in London

Bag searches and heavy security are in place in London ahead of the fireworks.

Security are searching revellers who have to pass through gates on their way in.

London is on high alert for terror attacks following the Berlin Christmas market attacks that killed 12 people.


A woman’s bag is searched at London’s embankment (Photo: PA)


Security gates in London ahead of the firework display (Photo: PA)

Stay updated as I bring you to a year of greatnes!!!!

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CHRISTMAS

Wishes always served warm and hearty in moments like this. Write a name you wish to send a special wish to

sharing love no matter how little it may look like, you might just be saving a soul along your street.

don’t hate nobody’s choice,respect everyone’s life

this place won’t be bad at all

just having a great time

yeah! It’s Christmas

nature is great

waterfalls by nature


I just love seeing this part of the earth.

I still remain your host/blogger
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Nature’s Blessings To Man

Even the dumbest person knows that the world is controlled by certain individuals. Some say they are the richest families, some say secret organizations with members posing as a president’s right hand, some even say aliens in disguise.
dubai in view

The truth is, no matter who, the 99% is controlled by the 1% and there are things that the 1% would be happy if the 99% never find out of. But, be that as it may, the Murphy ’s Law still stands even for those individuals who steer the wheel and as the law says “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong”.


People with humanity still in their hearts leaked some information, people who see things as they really are revealed conspiracies, and some with a little logic still in the head discovered the truth hidden from the 99%. Here are some of the greatest secrets “They” don’t want you to know of
always find a way

You have probably heard about the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP). It is a project funded by The US Navy and The US Air Force and its cover is technology that can allow US military to communicate with its fleet of submarines through very long distances.

How this works? There is an instrument in HAARP called “Ionospheric Research Instrument” which is a facility that transmits high-power radio frequency directly into a limited area of the Ionosphere.

This instrument manipulates the Ionosphere, the place where free electrons exist, and has a potential to create radio waves that will manipulate the earth’s magnetic field. You get yourself a control of the earth’s magnetic field and you control the earth.

Even more frightening is the fact that HAARP has a potential to control emotions through wave frequencies and manipulate human minds. Who knows, maybe they are responsible for our sudden mood swings. Project HAARP was shut down in May 2013 — or was it?

Who cares?lets explore some parts of the world together

the lotus temple located in new delhi, India

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Let’s Look At Nature A Bit

CROW

Crow can recognise your face.

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Crows can recognise the faces of humans who pose a threat to them or their habitat, and those memories can last a lifetime. Plus crows can live up to 15 years – so if you get into a fight with one, it might be time to start thinking about that moustache.

It’s now thought that crows have their own language – and that this language varies from region to region. They also make tools and play tricks on each other. Also, they still haven’t forgotten about you.

SPIDERS
Instead of chewing, a spider injects venom into its prey – the venom liquifies the prey’s insides, and the spider sucks the liquid out. Like a milkshake.


A delicious milkshake made of internal organs

A Man Once Grew A Fir Tree In His Lung.

28 year-old Artyom Sidorkin thought he had a cancerous tumour in his lung but, when they opened him up, surgeons found a two-inch evergreen tree, instead.

Fear Hornets

This Japanese hornet is four inches long. Oh, and its venom dissolves human skin.
It also has the third most painful sting in the world, behind the tarantula hawk and the bullet ant.

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