Instead of an engagement ring, some brides are getting a microdermal anchor piercing in their ring finger set with a diamond.
If you’ve ever dreamed of having a huge rock for an engagement ring but felt sure you’d lose it somehow, there’s a new engagement ring trend that could take away that possibility. But it’s not for the faint of heart.
The new ring trend is… no ring at all. Instead people are getting their ring finger pierced with a diamond. So instead of wearing a diamond engagement ring that you can take on and off, they’re getting their diamond more permanently attached to their finger. All you see when you look down at their hand is a diamond, in the same spot you’d normally see it set in a ring.
The finger piercings are like tattoo engagement rings in that they last forever, but with these, you still get a rock. They do look awfully painful, but you wouldn’t have to worry about misplacing your diamond ring with one of those.
Source: Cosmopolitan UK
A new trend has folks becoming more environmental when it comes to wiping
Toilet Paper is one of those staples folks rarely leave a supermarket without, but, in case you missed it, it seems that more and more people are turning away from the standard TP to become more environmentally friendly with their "business."
Apparently the latest new thing is something called a family cloth, which is basically reusable small cloth squares that people used to wipe and then put in a basket, and wash for reuse. Some people only use it for urinating, and go back to toilet paper for pooping, while others use them for everything. And while people can certainly make their own family cloths, they are such a big trend that there are a lot of different options on the market, and they come in a wide variety of patterns.
"In my mind, buying and using disposable toilet paper was literally flushing money down the toilet,” one user explained. “If you’re wondering, 'Why would you want to reuse something that you wipe your genitals with?', I’d answer this question with my own question: 'Do you throw away your underpants after each use?'"