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You No Longer Have To Worry About Missing The Best Scene In A Movie Because You Went To Pee

The pee times are usually during low-action scenes that are three to five minutes long. All you have to do is hit the clock button at the top right to set the timer once the movie begins. The app will vibrate when you’re in the clear to go pee!

It’s recommended you put your phone on airplane mode (it should be on silent anyway during a movie 👀 ) so you don’t get any texts and mistake their vibrations for pee alerts.

18 Perfect Celeb Couples Who Are Still Going Strong

“Whenever we’ve come up against tough times, you know, we know each other better than anybody knows us,” David Beckham said of his marriage to Victoria. “We stay together because we love each other; we stay together because we have four amazing children, and do you go through tough times? Of course you go through tough times. It’s part of relationships, it’s part of marriages, it’s part of having children, it’s part of having responsibilities.”

Serena Williams Is Even More Determined To Tackle Inequality Now She's Pregnant

Serena, who is eight months pregnant, told Stellar:

There are barriers I hope to break so my baby, whether a boy or girl, won’t have to live under those stipulations. I definitely am a feminist. I like to stick up for women and women’s rights. So many things happen, and I just think: “Wow, why don’t we have a chance?” If that makes me a feminist, I am proud to be one.

Speaking on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Alexis explained:

We’re going to be surprised [by the baby’s gender] I will say this, though: We have our hunches. Obviously, she won the Australian Open while pregnant, and she remarked that she feels like it has to be a little girl. She said that everything that little baby went through and handled like a champ, only a woman could be strong enough to take on.

This Is What It’s Like To Go To A Festival If You’re Blind Or Partially Sighted

“For me, summer means music festivals,” says Kirsty James, who’s 27. She’s registered blind and is a keen festivalgoer, having attended Glastonbury, Boomtown, and Nozstock: The Hidden Valley.

Being in crowds and muddy fields when you have sight loss isn’t always easy, but James says the atmosphere makes up for it. “The best thing for me is that everyone is so friendly and happy that if I bump into someone, they either don’t care or don’t notice and just carry on dancing.

“I usually get around with the help of my guide dog, Bass, but a music festival isn’t really the place for him so instead I rely on my friends and husband, Tom, to guide me, particularly at night or over uneven ground that all looks flat to me.”

James has Stargardt’s disease and Charles Bonnet syndrome, meaning she’s totally blind in her central vision with some peripheral vision in the top left of both eyes. She has no depth perception and cannot see faces or detail.

But with the 2017 festival season underway, James doesn’t feel like she misses out. She can’t see the stage but gets someone to describe what’s happening, and what the performer is wearing. “The crowds look like blobs and I can’t distinguish whether they’re male or female. It doesn’t matter, though. I just focus on the area I’m in and close my eyes, feel the music, and dance. It used to bother me not being able to see the stages, but I’ve now realised I’m there for the music, not what’s happening onstage.”

Nicki Kelly, 32, another festival fan, lost her sight in 2007 and was diagnosed with optic atrophy and severe keratoconus. She’s been to lots of festivals and gigs including Fusion Festival, Party in the Park, and Glastonbury, which she attended for the first time this year to represent the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).

“Most of the time my fellow festivalgoers would never know that I have sight loss,” Kelly tells BuzzFeed News. “Navigating through the crowds is where things get tricky. I always go to festivals with a friend to help me get around, and once people see my cane they’re usually helpful and try to move out of the way. But without a doubt, the worst thing at a festival is rain and bad weather – my cane has got stuck in the mud before.”

Toilets can be difficult. “There are often limited accessible toilets and so sometimes it’s easier to get to standard toilets,” she says. “The toilets were quite dark so at Glastonbury it was essential to always have a torch with me, or my cane to hit where the pan is, in order to find my way. Also, there were steps up to the standard toilets that were difficult as they had gaps that my cane would get stuck in.”

Kelly camps, and finds it difficult not to trip over guy ropes from other tents. “Once I figured out a route to our tent, other people started to arrive and put up their tents which would make my route void and then I needed help.”

The viewing platforms at this year’s Glastonbury, which let disabled people avoid the big crowds, were essential. Her favourite moment this year was getting on to the
viewing platform at the West Holts stage to see Solange.

Despite positive experiences, Kelly and James both think festivals and music venues could do more to support people with sight loss. “Currently it seems as though the focus is on ensuring accessibility for wheelchair users,” Kelly says, “but to be truly accessible, festivals and music venues also need to consider the needs of people with sensory loss and other disabilities.”

“The key thing I’ve learned is to ask for help – sight loss at a festival can be expensive if you don’t,” James says. “Struggling to read the menu at a food stand, I once paid a tenner for a wrap, but I don’t even like wraps – I thought it was a baguette.”

She’d like festivals to have programmes in accessible formats, such as audio, large print, and braille. “It seems like a small thing, but an accessible programme would mean that I could see who’s on and decide which bands to watch rather than relying on recommendations from others.”

Kelly also feels lighting in toilets and more information on where festival staff can be found are needed.

For the first time this year, the RNIB teamed up with Glastonbury festival as its official health charity partner. BuzzFeed News has used image filters created by the charity to show what some typical festival scenes would look like with different eye conditions.

Glaucoma occurs when your optic nerve is damaged by the pressure of the fluid inside your eye. It can be caused by raised eye pressure or a weakness in the nerve. It can affect people of all ages, but it’s most common in adults. Most types of glaucoma have no symptoms, so an eye test is the only way to know you have the condition.

Diabetic retinopathy is the most serious sight condition related to diabetes, where tiny blood vessels at the back of your eye become blocked and leak. Around a million people in the UK are at risk or affected by it. People with type 1 diabetes are offered screening to pick up early symptoms.

Age-related macular degeneration, aka AMD, is, as the name suggests, usually found in older people. It’s an eye condition that affects the central part of your retina, which is called the macula, and causes changes to your central vision.

Cataracts are when the lens of your eye becomes cloudy, making your sight misty. They are treated with surgery to have an artificial lens put on your eye. Though most of us correctly associate cataracts with older people, some babies are born with cataracts, and children can also develop them. People in their forties and fifties can also be diagnosed.

As cataracts get worse, there’s a visible white, milky spot on your eye and more advanced vision loss.

Sally Harvey, RNIB chief executive, says people should have their eyes tested at least once every two years.

“Eye tests aren’t just about glasses or contact lenses – they are also a check on the health of your eyes,” she says. “Conditions such as diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, and cataracts can be detected early by your optometrist, meaning that treatment can be more effective and reducing the likelihood of sight loss.

“Having your eyes tested is only the beginning, however. Lifestyle factors such as stopping smoking and eating healthily are all too often overlooked, but can make a real difference to your eye health. And if you’re going to a festival this summer, make sure you wear sunglasses with a CE or British Standard mark to protect your eyes.”

For information on how to help you look after your eyes, visit the RNIB’s website. If you’re blind or partially sighted, check out the charity’s tips for going to a festival this summer.

52 Thoughts I Had Watching This Week's “Game Of Thrones,” Including “Y'all Are Screwed Now!”

1. So the episode leaked early this week, but I waited until Sunday to watch because I am a SAINT.

2. Also, uh, I would never do anything illegal obviously.

3. Man, remember when Lady Olenna completely annihilated Jaime? That was great.

4. “Queen of Thorns give you one last prick in the balls?” Fuck yeah Bronn she sure did.

5. So Olenna is gone, now Bronn is clearly reigning sassmaster.

6. “As soon as the gold arrives,” the banker said, foreshadowingly.

7. Oh shiiiiiit the Valyrian dagger is back!

8. Littlefinger, Bran is the one person who is fully capable of seeing through your bullshit. Careful, now.

9. When Bran does his little “I see everything” trick to Sansa it’s creepy, but when he says “chaos is a ladder” to Littlefinger, it’s FUCKING GREAT.

10. OK Bran, maybe be a little nicer to Meera. Like, pretend at least.

11. ARYA’S BACK!

12. There are about 1,000 reasons not to tell Arya to fuck off. I hope these guys learn one or two.

13. Y’all I can’t believe she made it.

14. SANSA KNOWS WHERE SHE IS AND I’M CRYING.

15. It’s even better because they’re like BFFs in real life so I love every second of this.

16. Awww, they’re bonding over wanting to kill Joffrey.

17. Sansa really is having a rough go of these reunions. Her family’s all weird now.

18. Her brother is a time traveler and her sister is a serial killer.

19. Fuck yeahhhhhh Arya’s getting a Valyrian steel dagger!

20. Time to stab some White Walkers.

21. Aww Brienne’s little smile at seeing Arya.

22. Pod’s got a nice little winter mustache going.

23. Whichever Child of the Forest was in charge of drawing White Walkers on the cave wall was a pretty good artist. It’s a very detailed rendering.

24. “I will fight for the North…………when you bend the knee.” That was a tease.

25. We had Daenerys basically holding a torch and saying “I will be your champion” there for a second.

26. Lol, Davos trying to get out of this awkward situation is like when you’re at your friend’s house and their parents are yelling at them.

27. Dany is just chewing out her kids and Davos and Jon are like “we’ll just go back home and eat dinner there, it’s OK.”

28. “He didn’t beat the Hound.” HE SURE AS FUCK DIDN’T.

29. Arya is KICKING ASS.

30. THIS FIGHT IS THE BEST FIGHT OF ALL THE FIGHTS.

31. “Who taught you how to do that?” “No one.” I’m dying. I’m dead.

32. Davos is shipping Jon and Daenerys too, we aren’t alone.

33. But Jon just SHUT IT DOWN.

34. Omg I love how Davos just lights up whenever Missandei is there, it’s so cute.

35. Theon/Jon reunion? Shit’s about to get real awkward.

36. Jon throttles all the right people.

37. King of throttling. Throttler in the North.

38. Uh oh…

39. That. Is a lot. Of Dothraki.

40. Been a while since we’ve heard a “Dracarys” command!

41. Girl, you’re burning all the gold and grain you could be taking. Hold up.

42. Bronn’s poor horse!

43. I think that’s the most horse violence we’ve seen on this show.

44. Guys I’m starting to think Bronn isn’t going to make it.

45. He was screwed from the moment they started talking about which castle he was going to get.

46. Y’all seriously thought an oversized crossbow was going to take down a dragon?

47. Oh shit, Jaime no!

48. No no no no NO.

49. Boy did Bronn just save your dumb ass.

50. Presumably?

51. THAT CANNOT BE THE END OF THIS EPISODE.

52. Damn. It.

Decorate A Dorm Room And We'll Tell You Where You Should Study Abroad

You got: Barcelona, Spain

This sophisticated yet bohemian city has it all: Amazing food, a distinct Catalan culture, an endless nightlife, style, and tons of history. From the whimsical, colorful architecture designed by Antoni Gaudí, the medieval façades of the gothic quarter, and Barceloneta beach, which is drenched in the Mediterranean sunshine, you’ll instantly fall in love with Barcelona.

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You got: Cape Town, South Africa

You should spend a semester in Cape Town. When you’re out of the classroom, you can take advantage of the incredible weather, amazing natural beauty, and so much outdoor adventure all surrounding this cosmopolitan city. How does a weekend safari trip sound? Or a hike up Table Mountain, a few days in wine country, or a visit to the penguin-clad shores of Boulder beach?

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You got: Buenos Aires, Argentina

This South American cultural capital is an amazing place to learn. Not only is it flooding in culture and history, but it’s also teeming with exciting neighborhoods to explore, amazing food and restaurants, and friendly locals. When you want to escape the city, you’re only a short flight away from the waterfalls of Iguazu, Mendoza wine country, and the glaciers of Patagonia. Plus, you’ll get to master the Spanish language as you explore this amazing city.

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You got: Paris, France

Paris is calling your name, where you’ll find everything from amazing food to jaw-droppingly beautiful architecture to some of the most iconic cultural sites in the world (hello, Louvre). Every arrondissement has its own unique feel, so you’ll never get tired of exploring all the nooks and crannies of this spectacular city. And just imagine seeing the Eiffel Tower sparkle every single night….swoon.

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You got: Sydney, Australia

This hip and dazzling city (one of the coolest in the world, to be sure) is known for its laid-back lifestyle, stunning beaches, active harbor, and avant-garde Aussie cuisine. You’ll get to know all the different neighborhoods like Newtown and Chippendale, full of boutiques, galleries, and coffeeshops. And you can spend the weekends exploring the country and the rest of the South Pacific. A trip to Indonesia, Fiji, or the Great Barrier doesn’t sound too shabby, no does it? But whatever you do, don’t leave without snapping an Instagram with a a koala bear.

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You got: Beijing, China

You’ve clearly got a knack for adventure and for stepping out of your comfort zone, so you’ll fall head over heals for Beijing. This massive city, one of the largest in Asia, is still incredible charming. While it’s super forward thinking, Beijing also has close ties to China’s past. From the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square to impressive temples and the Great Wall, you’ll be surrounded by history. Food also plays a huge role in the social scene, and you’ll find creative cuisine influenced by every corner of the country.

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Which Celebrity Hasn't Appeared On “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”?

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Chrissy Teigen appeared on the show in season 12, when she and Kim starred in a music video together.

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Katy Perry appeared in a scene in season 13, where she came backstage at a Kanye West concert to say hi to the family.

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Fergie appeared on the show in season 12, when she asked Kim to star in the music video for “Milf Money.”

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Avril Lavigne used to date Kim’s step-brother Brody Jenner, and appeared on the show a couple of times – at Kim’s wedding to Kris Humphries, and in the spin-off, Kourtney and Kim Take New York.

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Robin Thicke appeared on the episode charting Kim’s wedding to Kris Humphries, and actually performed the song for their first dance.

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Serena is a long-time friend of the family, and appeared on the episode where Kim married Kris Humphries.

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Lance Bass is good pals with Kris Jenner, and appeared on the show during an episode in season six.

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Eva Longoria attended Kim’s wedding to Kris Humphries and was caught on camera.

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Believe it or not, Hugh Hefner made an appearance during the first season of KUWTK, where he convinced Kim to pose fully nude for Playboy.

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Despite having collaborated with Kanye West and mixed in the same circles as the family for years, Rihanna has never appeared on the show.

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While French mainly appeared on the spin-off Kourtney and Khloé Take The Hamptons during his relationship with Khloé, he also made a brief appearance in an episode of KUWTK in season 12.

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In perhaps the most bizarre and unexpected celebrity cameo in the history of the show, Travis made an appearance in season 13. Turns out, his kids are friends with Kourtney’s.

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Oprah appeared on the show in season seven, where she came to the family’s home to interview them for her TV show.

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Kendra was there to help guide Kim through her shoot with Playboy all the way back in season one.

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