In a bizarre invention, a Florida designer has developed a pillow with a ‘mouth’ that can help people perfect their kissing technique.
Emily King, 26, developed the pillow that comes with the lips of a cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) dummy sewn into the centre. “As we neared closer to Valentine’s Day I knew the time had come – pillows you could make-out with,” King was quoted as saying by ‘metro.co.uk’.
“But I have to admit that when I mentioned this idea to my friends, the reaction from anyone over the age of 25 tended to be variations on ‘that’s really creepy’.
“Anyone under the age of 25 thought it was hilarious and awesome: middle-school to college-age seemed to be the sweet spot of people who really liked the idea. “I thought it was pretty hilarious myself until I actually made the things. They are super creepy. But I sort of love them for that,” she said.
The life of lokshahirs, Maharashtra’s fabled people’s poets, is at the centre of the National Award winning film Court. On the trail of one such Dalit bard, Sambhaji Bhagat, you come face to face with a rebel and his cause.