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Sep 17, 2012

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THE GLASSES THAT HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT

JAPAN 'DIET GLASSES': HOW THEY TRICK YOU TO EAT LESS

A unique pair of "diet glasses" have been invented in Japan to try and help weak-willed dieters, who lack self-control.

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed a pair of goggles that fool people into thinking they are eating a delicious large snack, instead of something plain and tasteless. \

The glasses also make snacks appear larger than they are in reality, while keeping the person's hand the same size in an aim to deceive them into thinking they are eating a lot more than they actually are consuming.

Experiments performed on consumers found that the average participant consumed nearly 10 percent less with the glasses on, after the brain was fooled to think the portion was a larger size.





We'll order 100 of those please!  But can we order ones less conspicuous?  Don't want to scare the kiddies at the restaurants and all, if you know what we mean.

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Scorned Husband in Jealous Spray

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A FURIOUS husband has taken public revenge on his wife's admirer in an unlikely place -- his rival's garage door.
A Reddit user with the screen name igotskraped posted a photo of a garage attached to a house in Illinois, tagged with a very clear message in red spray paint: "Don't e-mail my wife!!!!"
The scorned spouse added on the smaller side entrance: "Stop now".
The images were shared a month ago. There has been no update on this very public love triangle.

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