For those who don't know what a placenta is, it's an organ which is attached to the womb during pregnancy. The purpose of it is to keep the baby's blood separate from the mother's, as well as creating a link between the two to provide the baby with oxygen, nutrients from the blood supply.
Watson justified it by saying that it's something that millions haven't done, and so;
Q) Do you think this is normal?
Q) Would you eat a placenta?
Even though eating a placenta is said to have health benefits, if it's the prepared the wrong way it could give you serious illness. So, if you are planning to eat some, ensure the nurses have confirmed it's not diseased and that they've cleaned it thoroughly.
In this game, I'll read out a word which has recently been added to the Urban Dictionary, and you have to guess what the definition is. Whoever's answer is closer to the real definition gets the point.
- Pornament = A pornographic Christmas ornament.
- Porch Dog = A person who frequently attacks others in speech or writing, but who poses no intellectual threat whatsoever.
- Gift Card Millionaire = Someone who's rich, but all of there money is tied up in gift cards.
- Jesus Jeans = Ripped or holy jeans.
- Break the Internet = What happens when you type Google into Google.
Source: Urban Dictionary
A campaign called the Repeal Project has blown up recently, especially in Ireland. This is because they're campaigning against the Irish Government as abortion is illegal, unless the Mother's life is at risk. However, Repeal want to make it legal to have an abortion for any reason.
Their justification for this is that a woman could be raped and become pregnant. As well as this there are other reasons, such as the fact that 12 women each day make a trip from Ireland to English, so they can have an abortion.
Q) What's your view on abortion?
Q) Do you think abortion for any reason should be legalised in Ireland, or do you think the law should stay the same, where you can only have an abortion if the Mother is at risk?
A pigeon has been arrested because it was carrying threatening messages to the Prime Minister of India. The messages referred to the to the 1971 war between Pakistan and India, and was addressed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Inspector Ramesh Kumar said that 'the bird has been taken into custody” and they're now investigating the matter.
Q) Do you think the pigeon deserved to be arrested? I think that the person who sent the pigeon should be arrested.
On the subject of being arrested, a 102-year-old lady was arrested, but for an unsual reason. Her name is Edie Simms and one of the items on her bucket list was to be arrested.
So a few days ago, local police handcuffed her, put her in the back of a police car and drove her to the senior centre. When asked about the bucket list, she stated that she has over 400 more activities to do, before she completes it.
Q) If you wrote a bucket list, what would be on it? I want to swim in chocolate milkshake.
Yesterday Google held a conference to release some of their new products. Not many people watched, as the content of the Keynote was quite secretive. But, what people don't know is that a lot of futuristic, innovative product were released.
The biggest release was Google smartphone called Pixel. It's the first phone to have Google Assistant on it, which is Google's version of Siri. It also gives users unlimited cloud storage space for free, which has not been offered by any other smartphone before. It has a lot more features, of course, but the price tag is £720.
Other products released include: wi-fi hubs that go around the house to work together and keep a strong, constant connection; a VR headset made from thick, comfy fabrics; Google Home, which is is a device you can talk to and give basic commands to, like telling it to turn on some music, or turn off the lights; and finally, they announced a new version Chromcast, which allows you to stream 4K Ultra HD video to your TV from the internet.
Q) Do any of those products stand out to you?
Q) Did you watch the conference?
This is a new feature I'm trying out, where we dedicate a small section of the show to talk about future movie releases, play some trailers and give our opinions on those movies.
Our first trailer is the second official trailer for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which was released a few days ago. For those who don't know, this film is based within the wizarding world of Harry Potter and will be a trilogy.
Q) Are you excited for this film?
Our next film is Doctor Strange. It's a sci-fi fantasy movie, based on a Marvel superhero Doctor Stephen Strange. After a car accident, he has to come to terms with being able to hop between the real world and an alternate world.
Q) Will you be watching this film after it's released?
Our final movie is called Imperium, which is based on a true story. It's about an FBU agent who goes undercover as a white supremacist, into a Nazi organisation.
Q) Does this movie sound good to you?