You know how in shows like Idols and X Factor when singers reach the group stage, things usually go really wrong? Egos clash, voices clash, you have to trust someone you met the day before with your greatest dream.
But sometimes magic happens like with these three ladies in the Portuguese X Factor.
If they ever decide to pursue a career as a trio instead of solo, I’m buying the shit of whatever they have to sell. Beautiful ladies, AMAZING voices and, holy shit, the chemistry! Like the judge says at the end “you could feel the friendship”.
Witches ride brooms because they want to get high, but not literally. People in the 14th century believed witches put plant oils on broomsticks and rubbed them between their legs so they could hallucinate. Historians think this is why witches riding brooms became such a popular idea. Source
Erm, no. They didn’t put plant oils on their broomsticks, but catharidin made from beetle wings. And they did it, because it irritated their clitoris, not because it made them hallucinate. I mean, sure, they’d have hallucinations, since it’s a poison, but that’s nothing compared to the mother of all orgasm that thing’d give them. It was like ~flying~
Andrew Wakefield, the doctor who claimed there was a link between autism and vaccines, changed the data of his research and falsified his documents to prove his theory. He was banned from practicing medicine and labeled an “elaborate fraud” in 2010. Source