As women age, they have to deal with all kinds of unpleasant body changes. Our metabolism slows down, we get stretch marks, wrinkles AND we lose perkiness in areas that we wished could stay perky forever. WTF, nature?! W-T-F! Well, there are actually a few tricks that can help turn the biological clock back around and make our tatas look nice and voluptuous. Without further ado, I present to you the ultimate list of things you could do to make your boobs look bigger and better fast.
1. Push-up bra/tape
Everyone knows about push-up bras, of course. But did you know you could actually tape your boobs to instantly take them from 'saggy old lady' to 'young toned teenager' look? This trick is especially handy if you decide to wear an open back dress.
Yes, using make up for your cleavage area is actually a thing. Contouring works so well on our faces, why not use it to enhance other areas? It's genius! You can even use regular eye shadow to create the volume effect everyone loves. Try it right now, have fun with it.
A good ol' sock always works, but you can also opt for more commercial tools like medical grade silicone inserts. They can make your boobs gain a full cup size which is pretty awesome.
4. Optical illusions
Plunging necklines decorated with embellishments or ruffles instantly make your boobs look bigger. That must be the quickest and easiest trick on this list! Minimal effort, optimal gain.
5. Exercise + posture
Exercises such as simple push-ups can make a huge difference. They hit almost every major muscle group as well as those troublesome areas. Right posture will also make an instantly visible difference. Slouchy posture results in saggy looking boobs. So keep your back straight, ladies!
If it feels like the year is already going by so fast (hard to believe with everything that's happening or should we say not happening), so you can just imagine how fast the weekend will go. Don't let it pass you by!
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Why You Need To Go: One of our top destinations for a spontaneous summer getaway with your favourite person, Parc René-Lévesque, a sprawling peninsula at the western end of the Lachine Canal, is a great place for a picnic, bike ride or stroll among its wacky, towering sculptures.
Why You Need To Go: Now that the weather's nice and it feels like the city has its colour back, check out all of the colourful places around Montreal that are sure to bring some cheer back to your soul.
St-Hubert just added fried chicken to their menu, and it's already a big hit. You can order it to go, have it delivered or eat it in dining rooms — but don't take too long picking a side dish, because this crispy goodness is available only for a limited time.
The restaurant chain has been Quebecers' favourite spot for quality chicken since 1951, so this new take on a classic dish really makes sense. It might even become your go-to for sports night or any time you're craving comfort food.
Each meal includes four pieces of fried chicken, a honey and piri-piri sauce and a side of your choice — and that's on top of the classic coleslaw, bread and BBQ sauce.
In case you were wondering, St-Hubert's fried chicken isn't the same as their crispy chicken breast fillets and rotisserie chicken. It's a completely new menu item and is a mix of chicken drumsticks, thighs and wings.
The fried chicken and sauce go perfectly together. The sauce is delicious without overwhelming the flavour of the chicken. Plus there's just the right amount of food: someone with a big appetite will feel satisfied with the portions, and someone who isn't a big eater will have leftovers.
This new dish is a real game-changer for lovers of fried chicken. It's nothing like typical finger food that leaves your hands all greasy.
If spring makes you want to just get out and experience new things, then stop by St-Hubert and try their new fried chicken. And who knows? If it's really popular, it might even stay on the menu for good!
We all like to spend our money on silly stuff sometimes. And that's why the City of Montreal is known for many things: good food, beautiful parks, and totally absurd projects that cost several millions and sometimes billions of dollars.
Montreal has a rich history of financial blunders that are arguably equal levels of hilarious and completely depressing.
Here are five totally absurd things that the city has spent money on over the years.
The Formula E Race
😢 Ouch! That hurt! #MontrealEPrix https://t.co/mP7AQ4fYXS
— ABB FIA Formula E World Championship (@ABB FIA Formula E World Championship)1513631504.0
The agreement between the City of Montreal and Formula E went about as well as that driver took that corner in the above video.
Former mayor Denis Coderre defended the $24-million dollar price tag for the race in 2017, saying that the race would show that Montreal was a leader in green energy, according to CBC News.
Formula E's lawyers sued the city for $25 milliion dollars after newly elected mayor Valérie Plante cancelled the race. The Plante administration spent $600,000 in public funding on legal fees to defend themselves.
Applebaum resigned after he was accused of corruption and was eventually tried and convicted on eight corruption and fraud-related charges, but not before taking a healthy $268,000 severance package from the public coffers.
In January 2020, Quebec courts ruled that Applebaum could keep his severance pay, which really aggravated Valérie Plante, who said that the city would see if they could get the money back.
In the years leading up to Expo 67, Montreal had a problem: there wasn't enough land to build the pavilions at the Expo. It was way too late to change the plans, so what did former mayor Jean Drapeau and his team cook up?
Build an island with the near 15 million tons of rock and dirt taken from the STM metro construction, of course!
With Expo 67 already on the books for $320 million dollars (in 1966 money no less), adding another $40 million to build the island was no big deal, apparently.
The island even has its own Heritage Minute!
These days, millions of tourists and Montrealers go to the island to get high at music festivals, enjoy the scenery, and have an all-around great time.
In the 1970s, Montreal was all about grand ideas and rapid expansion. It was the future, after all, and the city had big plans.
Government officials decided to run with it and build a new airport, which was allegedly funded by both the provincial and federal governments. So it may not have been Montreal per se, but Montrealers' tax dollars went into it.
The result of that grand idea was the Mirabel International Airport. Intended to replace the Dorval International Airport, Mirabel never really lived up to its expectations and was basically abandoned.