George W. Bush casually denounced the “unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq” in what was called “the greatest Freudian slip in history” on social media. During a speech in Texas, the 75-year-old former US president corrected himself by saying he was referring to Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Michael Williams, Dallas News reporter originally shared the clip on Twitterdescribed the gaffe as a “significant verbal gaffe”.
Stonehenge Builders’ Excrement Reveals Startling Fact
The builders of Stonehenge took part in winter feasts that included the internal organs of animals, judging by parasite eggs found in 4,500-year-old human feces. Experts say they found intestinal parasites in prehistoric flakes – or coprolites – recovered from the ancient dumps of the construction site. “This is the earliest place where we know the origin of a person who went to the toilet,” one of the researchers told The Guardian.
Older people defy stereotypes on TikTik
Seniors are flocking to TikTok, challenging ageist stereotypes that OAPs are technophobic and fragile. A new study that looked at 1,382 videos posted by TikTok users aged 60 and over with at least 100,000 followers found that 71% of older people challenge age stereotypes, and 18% highlight age-related vulnerabilities. The Times reported that “glamma” – or glamorous granny – was a “recurring motif” in such videos.