The September issue of Vogue has some unsolicited advice for women about their cleavage, particularly if it's of the wrinkly variety, Slate reports. The cleavage consternation comes thanks to supermodel Bella Hadid wearing a Alexandre Vauthier red satin gown with a plunging neckline at a May movie premiere in Cannes, France, according to Vanity Fair. While Hadid earned rave reviews for the look, the magazine concedes there was a lot hidden to the naked eye in the image, namely the loads of fashion tape needed to achieve the "flawless" look.
The naked mole-rat Heterocephalus glaberalso known as the sand puppy is a burrowing rodent native to parts of East Africa. It is closely related to the blesmols and is the only species in the genus Heterocephalus of the family Heterocephalidae. It has a highly unusual set of physical traits that allow it to thrive in a harsh underground environment and is the only mammalian thermoconformeralmost entirely ectothermic cold-blooded in how it regulates body temperature.
There are better things that one could see at the beginning of a movie than a series of wrinkled old hags praising Satan and condemning our Lord and Savior. There are worse things that one could see following that than the naked backside of Sheri Moon Zombie. One of those things is her dreadlocked hair and the tattoos on her chest.
Yes, these odd little creatures with pink, wrinkly skin dig and live in underground burrows the way moles do. Yes, they have skinny, rat-like tails. Why are they "naked"? Native to the desert regions of East Africa, which can be pretty warm during the day, naked mole-rats live underground.
All rights reserved. There are many different kinds of mole rats. The best known is probably the naked mole rat, whose hairless, tubular, wrinkled body makes it appear a bit like a tiny walrus—or perhaps a bratwurst with teeth.
The ardor for younger consumers has lasted for decades, fueled by perceptions of them as being more likely to try new products and change brands and to spend almost every penny they make. Older consumers, by contrast, were less desirable because they were deemed to be shoppers with entrenched habits who lived sedentary, frugal lives. The arrival of the baby boomers — the 76 million Americans born from to — into the upper age brackets is the leading reason for the shift in opinions about older consumers.