THIS is the eye-popping moment a bodacious weather girl gave an unexpected forecast when she broke into star jumps. The brunette — donning a low cut top over her bulging chest — bizarrely starts counting to four while jogging. The camera leaves her stuttering and switches to her two male presenter colleagues — who are left unsure where to look. Vancea's presentation technique mirrors the strategy of blonde Russian weather girl Larissa Sladkova and how a busty young woman sent an oil company's boring education video viral.
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Based on 5 votes. Sea Temperature Today is: View detailed 48hrs and full 7 days forecasts. Boobs in Qeenscliff is a quite exposed reef break that has fairly consistent surf Offshore winds are from the northwest. Groundswells are more common than windswells and the ideal swell direction is from the southwest. Both left and right reef breaks. Best around high tide.
When our sweat glands are really working, we can sweat just about anywhere on our bodies — and the very worst kind of sweat may be boob sweat. Boob sweat is absolutely normal, and most women experience it at some point. Keep reading to find out more about how to battle underboob sweat and keep those beads of sweat from pooling in your bra. While boobs are generally great, one downside is that anytime skin touches skin, it creates the potential to block sweat evaporation. This makes the area under or between the breasts prone to sweat accumulation — especially for large breasts or those that droop darn gravity!
ONE US weather forecast map of the polar vortex over the Midwest in a C chill has gone viral for its perky appearance. Many on Twitter were quick to spot the gaffe as a wind chill plunges temperatures lower than in Antarctica across the US. The unfortunate weather illustration comes as forecasters have warned about the serious conditions Americans will need to brace for. The deep freeze will be felt by million people — some 72 percent of the US population — from the Dakotas to Long Island. While weather officials in Iowa have warned people to "avoid taking deep breaths, and to minimise talking".