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45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed

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Life does not stand still, and professions change along with it - some go into oblivion, and some, on the contrary, appear. But with all the current diversity, there are very strange jobs and occupations that most of us have probably never heard of. Meanwhile, some of these activities pay very, very decently, although they are not in the top of the prestigious, highly paid professions that everyone hears about. Be that as it may, since they exist, it means that there is a demand for them. And if there is demand, then there will be supply.


45 people who have such professions that you either get pumped up or grab your head.


We at Bemorepanda were curious about what kind of professions they were, and looked at the RhodyRex branch on AskReddit, where users shared their experiences of a strange, at first glance, work. Look, it's unexpected.


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


1. “I maintain hiking trails in our national forests. When camping, I remove fallen trees from the trails with chainsaws, miter saws, build bridges, retaining walls, drain water from the trail, fix landslides, cut down large trees, etc. Almost everywhere I go hiking with my team, although we we use horses and mules to transport camping equipment. Some places can be reached by ATV, while other places can only be reached by boat or plane.


I love my job, I get paid $16.50 an hour, I can live in nature almost all year round, and I really don't have much time to waste my money. I work for the USFS (United States Forest Service), my title is Wildlife Trail Technician, and you can apply for jobs like mine. Look for wildlife technology, recreation technology, or trail technology." — slick519 / Reddit


2. “I am an orthoepist! I work at an audiobook publishing company where I learn the correct pronunciation of people, places, things, and foreign languages so that actors reading books sound like they know what they're talking about. As far as I know, there are only two of us in the country.” — Daupo/Reddit


3. “I'm a travel coach! I teach people with learning disabilities to use public transport on their own. It's amazing work." JabberW / Reddit


4. “I deal with the eyes of the dead. I am an eye bank specialist; I surgically remove corneas and whole eyes from donors for corneal transplantation and research. I think most people don't want to know about my work." — zzimcal / Reddit


5. “For work, I have to break into hospitals and steal things. This is called a "physical penetration test". This is an integral part of the risk assessment required under HIPAA Section 164.308.


I routinely crack locks and passwords, steal passes, pose as medical personnel, collect all kinds of data, including credentials, and use various social engineering tactics.


My official position is "Information Security Consultant". I have a degree in information systems management and CCNA, Sec+ and CISA certifications.” — The_MustardTiger / Reddit


6. “I run an adult literacy program. Most people think it's some kind of sophisticated book club, or that I'm wrong and meant to say that I teach children to read and write. Unfortunately, my work exists because one in six adults is illiterate (Editor's note: the author lives and works in Hawaii)." — gioottoismyhomie / Reddit


7. “I once applied for a job as a heritage specialist. This mainly includes visiting cemeteries, photographing graves and keeping a log of them.” — Athiri / Reddit


8. "I am a professional bra prosthetist for mastectomy women, usually those who have/have had breast cancer." — GreatCatsby_/ Reddit


9. “I'm in charge of breaking toys and writing reports about how they break.


This job is completely different from my previous job where I had to use online casino promotions to make a living and travel the world.” — ETA_was_here / Reddit


10. “I test toilet paper. I work for a contract company in a paper mill and test paper, paper towels and facial tissues with special equipment. In other words, I make your ass happy." — clever_redditor_name / Reddit


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


11. “I add music to movie trailers. Pretty awesome". — Dannyancient / Reddit


12. “My field is medical illustration. I specifically do medical legal work (i.e. for litigation purposes). In a good way: I know what you look like… from the inside.” — DillyaD / Reddit


13. "Physical hydrogeologist, I study the origin, conditions, composition and patterns of movement of groundwater." – RodriguezLob / Reddit


14. “I cook feed for pigs, they are fed not only corn. There is a lot of science involved here. Their diet changes almost monthly depending on the weather, so we are constantly changing the nutrients we give them.


One thing that drives me crazy. Pigs will naturally bite off each other's tails as a sign of dominance (as squirrels do). However, simply increasing the amount of magnesium in the diet will keep them from biting each other, for some reason this has a calming effect on them.” — forcefedlies/reddit


15. "I attach handles to coffins." — reddit.com


16. "I have a job that most people still don't know about - a projectionist on a 35mm movie projector." strtdrt/reddit


17. “I'm a juggler. Many times I heard the question: “Oh, can you make money with this? Like, enough money? “Yes, I can, and often I make a lot more than a lot of people.” — JuggleGod/Reddit


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


18. “I'm a sign artist for a famous grocery chain (convenience store). EVERYTHING in the store is hand-drawn/written, right down to the price tags on the shelves. I am the one who wakes up at dawn to do this. Pretty illustrations on the windows? Me. Stunning paintings on the windows outside? I. Funny cartoons and wall paintings? ALL I". — Sudsybutts / Reddit


19. “I jump on a pogo stick (pogo stick - a grasshopper) - a special device for jumping - in a clown costume. I was a professional jumper before I got this job. I've been doing this for 8 years now and my current boss found my Youtube video and offered me a job." linefly11/reddit


20. “I pretend to be a hospital patient. Basically, medical students train on me.” — hoboscout02 / Reddit


“With such patients, students practice much more than just examining patients in a hospital bed. We have a guy at uni who gets paid to have a group of medical students look for his prostate." memwad/reddit


21. “There are things in the world that can happen and cause civilizations to be turned upside down. I write these plans so that people follow them so that everything does not go wrong. I work for the Office of Emergency Management." — Cegrocks / Reddit


22. “I'm a YouTube channel manager. Basically, I get paid to monitor and support YouTube channels. By the way, when I was in college, such a profession did not exist in the world. — creatoranddistractor/Reddit


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


23. “I'm a forest firefighter. I fight forest fires, and although most people in the province where I live are well aware of the existence of such specialists, I have met many people who thought that all this was done by ordinary structural firefighters. Also, a lot of people don't really realize how many fires happen every year. According to statistics, still approximately 50% of them are due to human error.” — frozenburdy / Reddit


24. “I repaired books in the library for a while. I think most people think that when books get old, they throw them away and buy new ones, unless they're collectibles. Well, the composition of the books in the research university library is very different from what is in the local branch of the library, and almost everything that we had was collectible in one way or another. Not necessarily valuable in terms of monetary value, but often rare. Numerous early 1900s books on local economic policy, city council meetings, etc.


I once spent 4 hours pasting pictures of sad clowns into a book.” — dianeruth / Reddit


25. “Sports masseur of horses. Not quite my job yet, but I'm finishing my certification in May." — reddit.com


26. “I'm a certified music therapist! Music therapists are highly trained musicians who use music to meet the physical, mental, and emotional needs of a variety of populations. To be certified, you must have a bachelor's degree in music therapy, complete a 6-month internship, and pass a national certification exam. This certification requires continuing professional education, much like social workers/nurses, etc.


I like what I do. In my practice, I have used music to address issues such as pain relief, respiratory distress, socialization, cognitive stimulation, sensory stimulation, and emotional/creative expression in a variety of populations, such as adult/children's hospices, and addiction recovery." — SingingFree / Reddit


27. “When you skip your lecture and decide to listen to an online recording of it instead, I am the guy the university sends the recording of the lesson to so that I can make it easy for the audience to understand by removing irrelevant things, as well as interference in the form cotton/train stations across the country when they stop every 18 months or so. I go inside reactors, repair and test engine actuators on valves to ensure safe operating conditions.


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


In case anyone is wondering, there is nothing quite like The Simpsons. Yes, I'm exposed to radiation, and no, I don't glow at night. This exposure is constantly monitored and relatively safe. It's a very well-paid job, but somewhat dangerous due to security concerns." — Hippie_Gumbo / Reddit


29. “I make McDonald’s signs. We deliver to all McDonald's in the US! — Sirden / Reddit


30. "I make merchandise look nice for TV shows that sell merchandise on TV (shop on the couch)." — dtothe / Reddit


31. “I write installation instructions for various equipment. Even the people I work with don't know what I do.


“I receive technical drawings from engineers in the form of design drawings and create manuals based on them. Some instructions are simple "replace and paste" projects. Others require the creation of guidelines from scratch.” — 5howtime / Reddit


32. I work in the recording industry. When you watch a movie or TV show, almost all of the sounds you hear weren't captured by the microphones on set. In addition, approximately half of the dialogues have been added. We try to use as much production sound as possible, but it's not always possible. We can spend hours just working on a scene where two people are sitting at a table, adding the smallest details.


Last but not least, all the sounds you hear in police scenes (engine noise, helicopter blades, gunshots, sirens, maneuvers) are usually fake." — reddit.com


33. “I'm a ranger security officer. I walk endless miles back and forth across a firing line full of recruits with loaded guns and correct them when they do stupid things." — reddit.com


34. "I'm an ejection seat mechanic." — donuts22 / Reddit


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


35. "I edit skydiving videos" - reddit.com


36. “I write instructions for tanks. How to operate them, how to repair them, etc.” — we_got_caught / Reddit


37. “I manage a group of incredibly smart people - geeks. I'm not super smart myself or anything, but those who are are usually just hopeless at interacting normally with other people, getting work done on time, or generally following directions. They always need one “normal” person to keep them on the right track. Personally, I don't change the world, but they would never have done it without me." — nerdheroine / Reddit


38. “Forwarder for Permits; I receive plans from architects, sign contracts with contractors, and apply for permits to city or county planning departments. We are a nationwide company, but it is literally just me and my brother (mostly him) running it.” — heyivebeenthere / Reddit


39. “I'm a dairy nutrition consultant, formulating rations for dairy cows. I also prepare mineral supplements for them. Do you like extra cream milk? I can make sure you get it." — reddit.com


40. "I'm pulling tennis rackets." — reddit.com


41. “I work for a company that conducts online investigations using social media. Therefore, when a person claims that he is ill or could not go to work for other reasons, we try to convict him of a lie by monitoring his online activity. – garlicfox / Reddit


42. “I work in a supermarket and they send me to a competitor across the street in civilian clothes. I take a device, a PDA, on which a list of goods is stored. I find products and record prices. Every week". — HIJKay / Reddit


43. "I install fake safes in people's houses." — WhatWouldTylerDo / Reddit


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


44. “I'm a startup researcher. Pharmaceutical companies pay me to start drug trials. I comply with all legal, ethical and regulatory requirements and also find doctors for research. Until the patient gets the cure." — Shh_its_me / Reddit


45. “I graduated with a degree in Political Science and majored in Economics. I ended up becoming a compliance consultant for a registered finance firm. I spend all day regulating securities and making sure that our clients are not being scammed. It's a job that I really enjoy doing, has a lot of room for growth, and is pretty easy to get into (since not many people know about it and are interested in it).

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45-jobs-we-didnt-know-existed

Life does not stand still, and professions change along with it - some go into oblivion, and some, on the contrary, appear. But with all the current diversity, there are very strange jobs and occupations that most of us have probably never heard of. Meanwhile, some of these activities pay very, very decently, although they are not in the top of the prestigious, highly paid professions that everyone hears about. Be that as it may, since they exist, it means that there is a demand for them. And if there is demand, then there will be supply.


45 people who have such professions that you either get pumped up or grab your head.


We at Bemorepanda were curious about what kind of professions they were, and looked at the RhodyRex branch on AskReddit, where users shared their experiences of a strange, at first glance, work. Look, it's unexpected.


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


1. “I maintain hiking trails in our national forests. When camping, I remove fallen trees from the trails with chainsaws, miter saws, build bridges, retaining walls, drain water from the trail, fix landslides, cut down large trees, etc. Almost everywhere I go hiking with my team, although we we use horses and mules to transport camping equipment. Some places can be reached by ATV, while other places can only be reached by boat or plane.


I love my job, I get paid $16.50 an hour, I can live in nature almost all year round, and I really don't have much time to waste my money. I work for the USFS (United States Forest Service), my title is Wildlife Trail Technician, and you can apply for jobs like mine. Look for wildlife technology, recreation technology, or trail technology." — slick519 / Reddit


2. “I am an orthoepist! I work at an audiobook publishing company where I learn the correct pronunciation of people, places, things, and foreign languages so that actors reading books sound like they know what they're talking about. As far as I know, there are only two of us in the country.” — Daupo/Reddit


3. “I'm a travel coach! I teach people with learning disabilities to use public transport on their own. It's amazing work." JabberW / Reddit


4. “I deal with the eyes of the dead. I am an eye bank specialist; I surgically remove corneas and whole eyes from donors for corneal transplantation and research. I think most people don't want to know about my work." — zzimcal / Reddit


5. “For work, I have to break into hospitals and steal things. This is called a "physical penetration test". This is an integral part of the risk assessment required under HIPAA Section 164.308.


I routinely crack locks and passwords, steal passes, pose as medical personnel, collect all kinds of data, including credentials, and use various social engineering tactics.


My official position is "Information Security Consultant". I have a degree in information systems management and CCNA, Sec+ and CISA certifications.” — The_MustardTiger / Reddit


6. “I run an adult literacy program. Most people think it's some kind of sophisticated book club, or that I'm wrong and meant to say that I teach children to read and write. Unfortunately, my work exists because one in six adults is illiterate (Editor's note: the author lives and works in Hawaii)." — gioottoismyhomie / Reddit


7. “I once applied for a job as a heritage specialist. This mainly includes visiting cemeteries, photographing graves and keeping a log of them.” — Athiri / Reddit


8. "I am a professional bra prosthetist for mastectomy women, usually those who have/have had breast cancer." — GreatCatsby_/ Reddit


9. “I'm in charge of breaking toys and writing reports about how they break.


This job is completely different from my previous job where I had to use online casino promotions to make a living and travel the world.” — ETA_was_here / Reddit


10. “I test toilet paper. I work for a contract company in a paper mill and test paper, paper towels and facial tissues with special equipment. In other words, I make your ass happy." — clever_redditor_name / Reddit


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


11. “I add music to movie trailers. Pretty awesome". — Dannyancient / Reddit


12. “My field is medical illustration. I specifically do medical legal work (i.e. for litigation purposes). In a good way: I know what you look like… from the inside.” — DillyaD / Reddit


13. "Physical hydrogeologist, I study the origin, conditions, composition and patterns of movement of groundwater." – RodriguezLob / Reddit


14. “I cook feed for pigs, they are fed not only corn. There is a lot of science involved here. Their diet changes almost monthly depending on the weather, so we are constantly changing the nutrients we give them.


One thing that drives me crazy. Pigs will naturally bite off each other's tails as a sign of dominance (as squirrels do). However, simply increasing the amount of magnesium in the diet will keep them from biting each other, for some reason this has a calming effect on them.” — forcefedlies/reddit


15. "I attach handles to coffins." — reddit.com


16. "I have a job that most people still don't know about - a projectionist on a 35mm movie projector." strtdrt/reddit


17. “I'm a juggler. Many times I heard the question: “Oh, can you make money with this? Like, enough money? “Yes, I can, and often I make a lot more than a lot of people.” — JuggleGod/Reddit


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


18. “I'm a sign artist for a famous grocery chain (convenience store). EVERYTHING in the store is hand-drawn/written, right down to the price tags on the shelves. I am the one who wakes up at dawn to do this. Pretty illustrations on the windows? Me. Stunning paintings on the windows outside? I. Funny cartoons and wall paintings? ALL I". — Sudsybutts / Reddit


19. “I jump on a pogo stick (pogo stick - a grasshopper) - a special device for jumping - in a clown costume. I was a professional jumper before I got this job. I've been doing this for 8 years now and my current boss found my Youtube video and offered me a job." linefly11/reddit


20. “I pretend to be a hospital patient. Basically, medical students train on me.” — hoboscout02 / Reddit


“With such patients, students practice much more than just examining patients in a hospital bed. We have a guy at uni who gets paid to have a group of medical students look for his prostate." memwad/reddit


21. “There are things in the world that can happen and cause civilizations to be turned upside down. I write these plans so that people follow them so that everything does not go wrong. I work for the Office of Emergency Management." — Cegrocks / Reddit


22. “I'm a YouTube channel manager. Basically, I get paid to monitor and support YouTube channels. By the way, when I was in college, such a profession did not exist in the world. — creatoranddistractor/Reddit


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


23. “I'm a forest firefighter. I fight forest fires, and although most people in the province where I live are well aware of the existence of such specialists, I have met many people who thought that all this was done by ordinary structural firefighters. Also, a lot of people don't really realize how many fires happen every year. According to statistics, still approximately 50% of them are due to human error.” — frozenburdy / Reddit


24. “I repaired books in the library for a while. I think most people think that when books get old, they throw them away and buy new ones, unless they're collectibles. Well, the composition of the books in the research university library is very different from what is in the local branch of the library, and almost everything that we had was collectible in one way or another. Not necessarily valuable in terms of monetary value, but often rare. Numerous early 1900s books on local economic policy, city council meetings, etc.


I once spent 4 hours pasting pictures of sad clowns into a book.” — dianeruth / Reddit


25. “Sports masseur of horses. Not quite my job yet, but I'm finishing my certification in May." — reddit.com


26. “I'm a certified music therapist! Music therapists are highly trained musicians who use music to meet the physical, mental, and emotional needs of a variety of populations. To be certified, you must have a bachelor's degree in music therapy, complete a 6-month internship, and pass a national certification exam. This certification requires continuing professional education, much like social workers/nurses, etc.


I like what I do. In my practice, I have used music to address issues such as pain relief, respiratory distress, socialization, cognitive stimulation, sensory stimulation, and emotional/creative expression in a variety of populations, such as adult/children's hospices, and addiction recovery." — SingingFree / Reddit


27. “When you skip your lecture and decide to listen to an online recording of it instead, I am the guy the university sends the recording of the lesson to so that I can make it easy for the audience to understand by removing irrelevant things, as well as interference in the form cotton/train stations across the country when they stop every 18 months or so. I go inside reactors, repair and test engine actuators on valves to ensure safe operating conditions.


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


In case anyone is wondering, there is nothing quite like The Simpsons. Yes, I'm exposed to radiation, and no, I don't glow at night. This exposure is constantly monitored and relatively safe. It's a very well-paid job, but somewhat dangerous due to security concerns." — Hippie_Gumbo / Reddit


29. “I make McDonald’s signs. We deliver to all McDonald's in the US! — Sirden / Reddit


30. "I make merchandise look nice for TV shows that sell merchandise on TV (shop on the couch)." — dtothe / Reddit


31. “I write installation instructions for various equipment. Even the people I work with don't know what I do.


“I receive technical drawings from engineers in the form of design drawings and create manuals based on them. Some instructions are simple "replace and paste" projects. Others require the creation of guidelines from scratch.” — 5howtime / Reddit


32. I work in the recording industry. When you watch a movie or TV show, almost all of the sounds you hear weren't captured by the microphones on set. In addition, approximately half of the dialogues have been added. We try to use as much production sound as possible, but it's not always possible. We can spend hours just working on a scene where two people are sitting at a table, adding the smallest details.


Last but not least, all the sounds you hear in police scenes (engine noise, helicopter blades, gunshots, sirens, maneuvers) are usually fake." — reddit.com


33. “I'm a ranger security officer. I walk endless miles back and forth across a firing line full of recruits with loaded guns and correct them when they do stupid things." — reddit.com


34. "I'm an ejection seat mechanic." — donuts22 / Reddit


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


35. "I edit skydiving videos" - reddit.com


36. “I write instructions for tanks. How to operate them, how to repair them, etc.” — we_got_caught / Reddit


37. “I manage a group of incredibly smart people - geeks. I'm not super smart myself or anything, but those who are are usually just hopeless at interacting normally with other people, getting work done on time, or generally following directions. They always need one “normal” person to keep them on the right track. Personally, I don't change the world, but they would never have done it without me." — nerdheroine / Reddit


38. “Forwarder for Permits; I receive plans from architects, sign contracts with contractors, and apply for permits to city or county planning departments. We are a nationwide company, but it is literally just me and my brother (mostly him) running it.” — heyivebeenthere / Reddit


39. “I'm a dairy nutrition consultant, formulating rations for dairy cows. I also prepare mineral supplements for them. Do you like extra cream milk? I can make sure you get it." — reddit.com


40. "I'm pulling tennis rackets." — reddit.com


41. “I work for a company that conducts online investigations using social media. Therefore, when a person claims that he is ill or could not go to work for other reasons, we try to convict him of a lie by monitoring his online activity. – garlicfox / Reddit


42. “I work in a supermarket and they send me to a competitor across the street in civilian clothes. I take a device, a PDA, on which a list of goods is stored. I find products and record prices. Every week". — HIJKay / Reddit


43. "I install fake safes in people's houses." — WhatWouldTylerDo / Reddit


45 Jobs We Didn't Know Existed


44. “I'm a startup researcher. Pharmaceutical companies pay me to start drug trials. I comply with all legal, ethical and regulatory requirements and also find doctors for research. Until the patient gets the cure." — Shh_its_me / Reddit


45. “I graduated with a degree in Political Science and majored in Economics. I ended up becoming a compliance consultant for a registered finance firm. I spend all day regulating securities and making sure that our clients are not being scammed. It's a job that I really enjoy doing, has a lot of room for growth, and is pretty easy to get into (since not many people know about it and are interested in it).

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Many of us are used to believing facts. However, sometimes they sound so implausible that we are not ready to take them seriously. And such facts can be found not one or two, but much more. This is proved by a thread on Reddit, where, in response to a request from user Aden_Elvis77 to share facts that seem to be fiction but are real, people began to share their findings from the world of information.

 

Things you won't believe until you double-check (they prove that the world is not at all what it seems)

 

We at Bemorepanda share them with you. If you want to double-check some of them - please do! In any case, that's exactly what we did. After all, is it possible to take at face value that a person ate ... an airplane? That's it!

 

1. So strawberries are berries or not?

Strawberries are not berries, while bananas are berries.

 

Meowsommar, alleksana

 

2. About Chimborazo in Ecuador

Everest is not far from the center of the earth. The peak of Chimborazo in Ecuador is 2.1 km further away, what's even crazier is that Chimborazo isn't even the highest mountain in the Andes.

 

SkinnyObelix, Michael Clarke

 

3. What is the shortest flight in the world?

The shortest commercial flight in the world lasted 57 seconds. It was a Loganair flight between two Scottish islands, Westray and Papa Westray. Then the shortest commercial flight was recorded with a length of 2.7 km.

 

AnneKellyy, Josue Isai Ramos Figueroa

 

4. Hunger in the world cannot be overcome not because there is not enough food.

An endless supply of food will not solve the problem of world hunger. We actually have more than enough food to end world hunger, the problem is distribution/logistics.

 

honeybutterbuscuit Dennis Siqueira

 

5. Plastic Flamingos vs. Real Flamingos - Who's More?

There are more plastic flamingos on Earth than living ones.

 

The same is true for unicorns. Joke:)

 

Positive-Source8205, Alan Levine

 

6. Mankind Designed The Atomic Bomb Faster Than It Moved From Bronze To Iron

It took people longer to go from a bronze sword to an iron sword than from an iron sword to an atomic bomb.

 

Joe_PM2804, Ricardo Cruz

 

7. Where are the ears of crickets located?

Getty Images / iStockphoto / Aratehortua

 

The ears of crickets are located on the legs.

 

Eli_JMI, Miguel A. Padrinan

 

8. Perhaps one of the strangest pistols in the world

Associated Press

 

The CIA has made a heart attack gun.

 

9. People have an extremely developed sense of smell for ... rain

Humans smell certain components of the smell of rain (in particular, geosmin, which is part of petrikor) much better than sharks smell blood in water.

 

Ratmatazz, Anna Atkins

 

10. Incredible skill of the 20th President of the United States

James Garfield (20th President of the United States) could write Greek with one hand and Latin with the other.

 

TheDangerHeisenberg, Aaron Burden

 

11. What is the blood pressure of a giraffe?

The average blood pressure of a giraffe is about 300/190. They must have high blood pressure in order for the blood to reach the neck and oxygenate the brain. I am totally impressed with their cardiovascular system.

 

Anastasiaanne, Gary Bendig

 

12. Can a person eat an airplane?

Once a Frenchman ate an entire plane.

 

CauliflowerDaffodil, Khamkeo Vilaysing

 

13. That's how much dirtier a coal power plant is than a nuclear one

One coal-fired power plant generates more toxic waste per year than any nuclear power plant has ever produced.

 

ob-2-kenobi, Jason Blackeye

 

14. Strange platypus glow

The platypus glows under black light.

 

KingZaneTheStrange, Meg Jerrard

 

15. Female monitor lizards can breed without males

Komodo dragons usually reproduce sexually, but females in captivity have been known to reproduce by parthenogenesis without the need for sperm.

 

Dusty_Roller, Spencer Weart

 

16. Eyes see the world not as it is, but the brain corrects everything!

Our eyes see everything upside down, but our mind perceives everything as it should.

 

Alexisallore, Paul Savage

 

17. Greater Texas

Each person on Earth can have about 950 88 sq. m in Texas and leave the rest of the world completely empty. (Not that anyone wants this!)

 

Murky Purple, Marcy Reiford

 

18. The color of carrots in the past will surprise you.

In the Middle Ages, carrots were purple.

 

MermaidandtheKraken, Darya Pino

 

19. Almonds are almost peach

Almonds belong to the peach family.

 

RifleShower, Nacho Fernandez

 

20. Who is older: sharks or trees?

Sharks are older than trees.

 

com2420, GEORGE DESIPRIS

 

21. How many ants are there in the world?

The number of ants on Earth exceeds the mass of all birds and mammals combined.

 

InquisitaB, Marco Neri

 

22. Where does black pepper really come from?

Black pepper is a stone fruit similar to an apricot.

 

Dreadsin, M Mahbub A Alah

 

23. Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima

The atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima released an amount of energy equivalent to converting 0.7 grams (about the weight of a paper clip) of matter into energy.

 

tazzietiger66, US military

 

24. Does the brain distinguish between real and unreal?

Your brain can't really tell fantasy from reality.

 

Darya_Jaen, MART PRODUCTION

 

25. What is the chance of humanity dying out in the next 10,000 years?

Angelina Bambina Getty Images

 

According to the Doomsday Argument (the doomsday theorem), there is a 95 percent chance that human civilization will die out in the next 9120 years.

 

SheikhYekaterinburg

 

26. Math problem

Rope around the Earth: a challenge.

 

Take a rope tied tightly around a basketball. Now the rope must be lengthened so that there is a gap of one foot (0.000305 km) between the ball and the rope at all points, as if the rope were hanging a foot away around the entire ball. How long does the rope need to be for this? At 6.28 feet (0.0019 km).

 

Now take a rope taut around the Earth's equator. The task is the same - creating gaps of one foot around the entire Earth. How much should the rope be lengthened? At 6.28 feet.

 

This is so illogical that almost no one will believe it until it is mathematically proven.

 

-Slartibart, The New York Public Library

 

27. Do you believe in the existence of narwhals?

I am shocked at the number of people who refuse to believe that narwhals are real animals. I have one tattoo on my forearm so I guess people talk to me about it more than usual lol. It usually ends with me showing photos to Google and they are still skeptical.

 

cheechiie, PAO press service

 

28. What marks the film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit"?

"Who Framed Roger Rabbit" marks the only time that Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny officially appear in the same place at the same time, as well as Daffy and Donald.

 

The screen time of all characters from both companies was timed to the frame to ensure they had exactly the same amount of time with their characters.

 

Yuni_smiley, epicurious_aussie

 

29. Brazil is very big...

Brazil's northernmost point is closer to Canada than Brazil's southernmost point.

 

prof_dynamite, Lara Jameson

 

30. And finally, one fact about basketball player Shaquille O'Neal

In his entire NBA career, Shaquille O'Neal has only made one three-point shot.

 

berlinheroes, Cubahora

 

 

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Remember the line from the poem "All works are good, choose to taste!"? The second part of this phrase is the best suited to the topic of our material. After all, when you find out what professions exist in the world, we are sure that you will come to no small surprise. But what will surprise you even more is how they are paid. Especially when you consider that many of them do not require a university degree or special skills at all. The main thing is the desire to work and earn.

 

From snake milker to zombie - what other unusual professions exist in the world

 

To be honest, we at Bemorepanda would also like to work on some of the jobs listed, especially where you have fun and also get paid for it. Some of them are even disgusting to hear about. This is because in some countries these professions are common, while in others they seem to be something out of the ordinary.

 

However, see for yourself and be surprised what specialists are in demand in the professional world.

 

1 Legal Bank Robber

Imagine robbing a bank with no subsequent punishment or fear of being caught. You can work as a penetration tester, or as they are called in the industry, a licensed bank robber. The purpose of this role is to assess the existing security measures (in the past, the work was limited to a simple hacking of the bank). While bogus robbers still exist, penetration testing has expanded to include identity theft, computer hacking, calling operators to trick them into providing customer information, and even impersonating police officers to install surveillance equipment in vaults. .

 

2. Professional sleeper

To appreciate the comfort of their beds, a hotel in Finland hired an employee as a "professional sleeper". Every night a person uses a different hotel bed to determine which one he prefers.

 

3. Professional mourner

Hiring professional mourners is not uncommon in various societies. The family hires professional mourners to attend the memorial service when the important person who has passed away has no friends. The goal is to improve the reputation of the deceased. These people can earn between $40 and $100 (£30 to £75) per session and take part in the meal that follows the funeral.

 

4. Movie watcher

Many streaming services pay people to watch and rate movies and series. They become public only if they receive positive feedback. You don't need any prior experience to enjoy movies, but you do need to be able to tell good movies from bad ones. Income ranges from $12 to $15 (£9 to £11) an hour, which isn't very much. Be that as it may, it is safe to conclude that most people would consider this their ideal career.

 

5. Iceberg tow

They track the location of icebergs and offer safe walks around them. They may also need to tow an iceberg from a specific location. The concept was developed after the Titanic disaster in 1911 and no doubt prevented many additional tragedies. Expected Salary? The average iceberg hauler earns around $20,000 (£15,000) a year.

 

6. Author for online dating

Millions of profiles on various online dating platforms show how many people are looking for love. But since not everyone can present themselves in the best possible way, some people hire a specialist to write their online dating profile. Enter ghostwriter for online dating. Pay will vary depending on your writing ability, but you can expect to earn an average of $900 (£670) each month.

 

7. Professional apologetic

The professional apologetic is one of the strangest professions on our list. A person who apologizes on behalf of others instead of them is known as a professional apologetic. He constantly expresses his condolences to the victim until his goal is achieved.

 

8. Zombies

There are annual zombie auditions at London Dungeons, and with an average income of £30,000, it's clear it's not the worst job to do. In fact, everything is very simple: your task will be to scare visitors who knowingly pay for the opportunity to be pursued by fictitious strangers through dark corridors. If you're good, you can advance in your profession by becoming a torturer or perhaps Jack the Ripper.

 

9. Hangover Helpers, Party Cleaners

Hangover helpers and party cleaners make $20 for each roommate when they go to places where there were parties with copious amounts of alcohol. They arrive the morning after the party, deliver a burrito and Gatorade (an isotonic fluid-replenishing drink) to help with a hangover, and clean up all the party trash. Mark Simons, the creator of Hangover Helpers Party Cleaners, started out cleaning party houses for extra cash before realizing he could build a business out of it, given that there are always people throwing parties and those people never want to clean up a huge mess.

 

10. Paper towel sniffer

Let's face it, when you buy six rolls of paper towels, the scent is what excites you the most. Therefore, the paper towel sniffer ensures that paper towel manufacturers produce high-quality, odor-free products. So if you like paper sniffing, you can make $52,000 (£38,600) a year doing it.

 

11. Nanny for pandas

Pandas are known to be an endangered species and have low sexual activity. Special people are working at the China Giant Panda Protection and Research Center in Ya'an, Sichuan province to cheer up these reserved animals and encourage them to breed. Such workers can earn 200,000 yuan (£22,900) a year.

 

12. Professional line stander

An experienced queuer will do exactly what the job's term implies: wait in line instead of others. This comes in handy when Black Friday is around the corner or when new products like the iPhone are being unveiled. They can earn around $1,000 (£750) per week.

 

13. Professional hugger

People who have suffered severe psychological trauma, are lonely, depressed, sick or in need of treatment can find solace in a professional embrace. Becoming a professional hugger is not difficult, but you need to be empathetic and have high moral character. Hugs often advertise their services online and earn $20 to $40 (£15 to £30) an hour.

 

14. Boyfriend for rent

It's very easy to find a guy in Tokyo if you have money. I wonder what is included in their professional duties?

 

15. Furniture tester

This work is pretty cool unless it's made out of a cactus. To appreciate the convenience of furniture, you need to sit on it, move around and even sleep.

 

16. Dog food taster

Dogs are the perfect best friends, so why not give them the very best food? Dog food testers do the odd job of making sure the food your dog eats is safe for him by first making sure it's safe for you, the human.

 

17. Bed warmer

Making a bed is one of the most fun jobs in the world. Heating pads can be helpful if you enjoy sleeping in a warm, comfortable bed, especially in winter. These people help keep you warm and comfortable while you're in bed.

 

18. Ostrich nurse

This task is easier than that of a babysitter. Why? Because all you have to do is watch the ostriches to make sure they don't peck at each other.

 

19. Fortune Cookie Lyricist

The opportunity to write a fortune cookie may have been right in front of you all along. These are independent or in-house writers who create unique and intriguing fortune cookie predictions. These people can earn around $40,000 (£30,200) a year.

 

20. Hard Trick Tester

Admire programs like Fort Boyard or Fear Factor? You can have a career as a stuntman if you thought "I could do this" during the trials. To do this, you will need to experience all the obstacles and tasks. You will be responsible for making sure they are safe and as tight as possible. The upside is that you can earn up to $800 every day, although you will have to wonder if there is really a lot of competition for these positions.

 

21. Inventor of the name of nail polish

Anyone who has ever painted their nails has probably wondered where these characteristic and even absurd names for nail polishes come from. It turns out that there is no single approach. Some businesses leave it up to senior management, while others hire creative experts from the advertising or marketing departments to take on the task.

 

22. Feng Shui Consultant

Sometimes you need to connect with your inner self. People hire feng shui professionals to furnish their homes, workplaces, gardens, and condominiums. For a consultation, you can easily earn anywhere from $500 to $1,000 (£380 to £750).

 

23. "Surgeon" for teddy bears

The title is actually supposed to be "Teddy Bear Repair Technician", but "surgeon" seems much more appealing. This technique's job is to sew arms, legs, and eyes back onto "damaged" teddy bears at every major Build-A-Bear store. In addition, there are numerous separate "hospitals" for teddy bears. In principle, the ability to sew is one of the necessary skills.

 

24. Intimacy Coordinator

You may have wondered how the love scene was set up if you've ever seen a movie with such a scene. Were these actions mentioned in the script? The Intimacy Coordinator, who makes recommendations on the ideal intimate scene and what is best for the performers in the event of a simulated intercourse or even a kiss, brings it all together.

 

25. Dog Surf Instructor

As incredible as it may seem, there is a market for training dogs to surf. Professionals are hired to teach owners and their pets how to surf. Dog trainers can earn around $13 (£10) an hour.

 

26. Adult Toy Tester

Adult toy testers are hired to evaluate the novelty, aesthetic appeal, and usefulness of prototypes or new adult toys. These professionals can earn around $25 (£19) an hour.

 

27. Bicycle catcher

The capital of the world with the best cycling infrastructure is Amsterdam. Not surprisingly, many of these two-wheelers end up in the canal, giving rise to a new line of business known as bike fishing. Around 14,000 rusty bicycles are dragged from the rivers of Amsterdam every year.

 

28. Professional mermaid

These certified mermaids perform at events and teach others how to swim like them. They can earn around $300 (£230) an hour at a birthday party.

 

29. Cube Quality Inspector

What most people don't know is that dice must have very precise dimensions and weight balance in order for you to be able to see any of the numbers face up when you roll the die. The dice quality inspector is often responsible for conducting expert quality control tests to ensure that the dice meet all specifications. Cubes will not be packaged until they have been inspected and deemed fit for sale.

 

30. Google Maps Tracker

Do you want to go hiking and walk through places that are hard to reach for cars around the world - Hawaii, the Grand Canyon, the jungle, etc.? Want to trek these trails while carrying a massive camera? The perfect way out! To do this, Google hires Google Map Trekkers. This could be the perfect career for the healthy traveller. It allows you to enjoy nature, see breathtaking views and contribute to mapping the globe so that others can travel while sitting at home. For hikers, explorers and outdoor enthusiasts, this is the opportunity of a lifetime.

 

31. Fake wedding guest

These are the guests who are paid to show up at weddings to make the event look massive and give the bride, groom or both a positive social image. Some couples even go so far as to include fake guests in their entire wedding party.

 

32. Underwater pizza delivery man

If the existence of an underwater hotel in Florida doesn't strike you as odd enough, here's another odd twist to this hotel: It also has a scuba diver who delivers pizza to the underwater rooms, carrying it in a waterproof case.

 

33. Stanley Cup Keeper

The winning club in the National Hockey League receives the Stanley Cup every year. Backups in case of damage to the original Stanley Cup trophy are not available. This is a large and extremely expensive bowl. Due to the importance of the Stanley Cup, a "Cup Keeper" is always hired to guard the trophy and travel with it wherever it goes.

 

34. Scarecrow Man

This may come as a surprise to you if you are familiar with stuffed animals filled with straw. There are people for whom this is a job. They constantly drive away the birds, remaining in the place of the fake stuffed animal.

 

35. Alarm clock man

The Daily Wake Up Call Company can help you wake up every morning by assigning a live person to wake you up. In addition to waking up their "bosses", alarm people also call them to remind them of their daily duties and schedules. The business has entered a very lucrative industry that allows you to benefit from the hustle and bustle of others. And how difficult can it be to call people every morning to let them know about their daily tasks?

 

36. Quiidacarro

When you park your car in Costa Rica, you will come across a quiidacarro. Doing his job is not as difficult as it seems. Quidacarro keeps an eye on your vehicle while you are away to prevent theft (unless he has his eye on it).

 

37. Train pusher

You must see trains in Japan if you think the London Underground is bad. The goal of the pusher is to push passengers into the train as quickly as possible by pushing them from the outside until the doors close.

 

38. Hippotherapist

Hippotherapy literally translates as "treatment with the help of a horse." You use the movement and therapeutic qualities of horses to help human patients overcome speech, physical or mental health problems. But having experience with horses and loving them is not enough. Before you can specialize in this field, you must meet the requirements and be licensed as a physical therapist, occupational therapist, or speech therapist.

 

39. Professional Hitchhiker

The idea of hitchhiking in this situation is completely reversed. Professional hitchhikers are paid to drive other people's cars in Jakarta, Indonesia's capital. This is one of the strangest jobs. The poor infrastructure of Jakarta is to blame for the terrible traffic jams in the city. Three-in-one zones, which can only be entered by cars with three passengers, were created by road authorities to reduce the number of bottlenecks on the roads. So poor Indonesians from the outskirts of Jakarta are waiting on the route to hitchhike and speed up the driver's journey.

 

40. Golf ball diver

Have you ever wondered what happens to all the golf balls that fall into the water? These balls are found by golf ball divers who then bring them back to the course to be cleaned and reused. Hence, if you enjoy diving, this job is perfect for you and you can earn around $200 (£150) every day.

 

41. Professional Paint Dryer

Have you ever had a job that was only slightly more enjoyable than watching paint dry? In fact, there is work that requires waiting for the paint to dry. The main duty of the employee is to paint cardboard sheets to test the new paint's mixing ability and drying time.

 

42. Persistent Netflix Viewer

Imagine that you receive a daily salary for watching TV! For one lucky employee, that wish came true. To help us viewers find exactly the program we're looking for, whether it's a romantic crime film based on classic literature or a smart TV show with talking animals, Netflix has hired someone to review all of their content before it becomes available to the general public.

 

43. Food warmer taster

People often claim that you either love something or hate it, and in the case of St. John Skelton, he really takes that statement to heart. He works with a team of bain marie tasters to make sure each batch of bain marie has the proper flavor, texture and consistency. During his thirty years of work there, he consumed almost 3,000 cans of this substance!

 

44. License plate blocker

In order to reduce traffic congestion in Iran, there are special rules that cars are only allowed on the road on certain days of the week, depending on their license plates ending in even and odd numbers. To keep their license plates out of the cameras, Iranians pay guys to walk behind their cars.

 

45. Professional foreigner

These people are hired to dress professionally and shake hands with powerful businessmen. They are sometimes hired to attend real estate events and act like foreigners and famous people. Many of these people can earn $1,000 (£750) every week for completing a specific task or activity.

 

46. ​​Aircraft artist

An aeronautical artist changes an old aircraft design into a modern one. By doing this, people can earn around $20 (£15) an hour.

 

47. Keeper of swans

Christopher Perrins, Honorary Fellow at Wolfson's College, Oxford, holds this odd position part-time. Perrins counts the swans on the Thames every year. Even though he only used his ownership in the Windsor area, the Queen technically owned them all, so it doesn't matter to anyone how many there are.

 

48. Sewer washer

Sewer cleaners are not the most attractive profession, but they are necessary to keep the country's sewer systems running. Sewer flushing devices are used to clear blockages caused by non-biodegradable debris and hardened layers of cooking fat and oil in pipes.

 

49. Snake Milker

When it comes to milking an animal, you will first of all imagine a cow, but not a poisonous snake. By extracting venom from a poisonous snake, they obtain the necessary material for one of the most important components of medicines - antidotes. And since this is a dangerous job, you can expect to be well paid for it.

 

50. Land mine detector using rodents

The unfortunate consequence of any global conflict is most often dangerous landmines. As millions of mines were buried during the Vietnam War, action was taken to destroy most of them, and rodents and their handlers were tasked with this vital duty for handsome rewards.

 

51. Professional bridesmaid

Choosing a dress, trying it on, shopping, planning a bachelorette party, compiling a gift list, and many other wedding-related tasks are all part of a skilled bridesmaid's job. While no formal training is required, a person must be fully aware of the process involved in a wedding. Bridesmaids who work professionally can easily earn up to $7,000 (£5,300) a month.

 

52. Thief Hunter

Who are you going to call if the police can't solve the crime? Thief hunter. It is sure to catch the culprit if you are the victim of a petty crime or a pickpocket, using a wide range of strategies and tools to ensure they get your stuff back. You can earn around $50,000 (£37,100) a year dealing with criminals if that's what you're interested in.

 

53. Vomit Cleaner

On some roller coasters, you can easily throw up because they go up and down and turn at such strange angles. Because the amusement park owners were aware of this, this position was created.

 

54. Olive Oil Regulator

Europe takes its olive oil quite seriously. So serious that compliance with the requirements for the taste and aroma of different varieties of olive oil creates jobs in Italy, Spain, Greece and other countries with a high level of production. In addition, these bodies ensure that suppliers provide the required documents and that labels comply with all IOC specifications.

 

55. Mannequin Man

If you are in desperate need of fast and good money, you can try your hand in the human mannequin industry. Hourly pay for human mannequins is about $100. Due to the demanding nature of the work, which involves being on site for extended periods of time, the pay is substantial. For several hours a day you will have to look like a mannequin, so this job is not for those who can quickly get bored with something.

 

56. Guide to the Paranormal

From invisible ghosts to other ethereal entities, there are many paranormal creatures that you may not be able to see but that a guide to the paranormal can lead you to. In the US and across Europe, there are opportunities for this strange job that can make good money.

 

57. Sniffer

Perfume, deodorant, and cosmetics are combined to generate more than $1 trillion a year. Scenters are needed to make sure that the product smells good, and to establish and confirm the persistence of the aroma. Sniffers can earn $20 to $25 (£15 to £19) an hour.

 

58. Statue Man

The work of a human statue pays well. This is a living mannequin dressed or painted to match the character it represents. Some shops may pay generously for a human statue to model clothes or add originality to their brand. A person who stays still can earn around $100 (£75) an hour.

 

59. Water slide tester

Water slide testers evaluate the fun and safety of water slides in resorts, amusement parks and hotels. Just imagine how wonderful it would be to come to work every day.

 

60. Worm Collector

Earthworm collectors collect and "hunt" them outdoors. You may work for universities or other institutions that use worms for teaching and research, or you may be hired by fishing firms to catch and pack bait. Worms can also be sold directly to fishermen for use as bait. There are no formal requirements, but if you are paid for every thousand worms you collect, you will need some skill and dedication if you want to make a living from this job.

 

61. Man-electric discharge

Guys who carry around a small wooden box that gives off electric shocks are called toques in Mexico. While drunken bar patrons endure this torture to sober up, others think it gives them a new high.

 

62. Dinosaur Land Manager

Dinosaur Land is a roadside attraction featuring life-sized fiberglass dinosaurs and other animals located in White Post, Virginia.

 

63. Humolog

It turns out that it takes a whole scientific procedure to produce a small, one-gram stick of chewing gum. Hummologists use science and technology to give you a real taste explosion, that's what they are for.

 

64. IMAX screen cleaner

Over time, huge movie screens for IMAX movies can get awfully dirty. When they don't like what's happening in the movie, some viewers throw candy or popcorn at the screen and these foods stick to it. Most often, these movie screens collect a lot of dust. As such, several workers are responsible for cleaning these screens to ensure that movies are viewed clearly. Due to the sheer size of the screens and the amount of stuff that can accumulate on them, each cleaning takes several hours.

 

65. Shoe Wrinkle Specialist

When the shoes are urgently taken out of the factory, special people make sure that there are no wrinkles or creases on them.

 

66. Elevator Inspector

These inspectors ensure the smooth operation of the elevator, but their duties are not limited to this. To ensure safety and compliance standards are met, these inspectors inspect and repair all materials handling equipment, including escalators, elevators, moving sidewalks, ski lifts, and even amusement park rides.

 

67. Touch tester

These sensory testers evaluate the effectiveness of skin care products such as lotions, facial cleansers and razors with their hands. They can earn up to $25 (£19) an hour groping various faces, but this requires some preparation.

 

68. Deodorant Tester

You often poke your nose into other people's business. Well, these people stick their noses into other people's armpits to gauge how well deodorants mask body odor. This is what you call a stinky job.

 

69. Elephant Trainer

Some elephants can draw, paint, throw a ball, splash water, play drums, sit up, stand on their hind legs, and even sing. The task of an elephant trainer is to teach these huge creatures good manners and outstanding tricks. You can use food or physical contact as a bribe when training elephants, and you may have to clean up after large animals and provide them with food and water. In addition, you will have to provide them with exercise and make sure they have enough brain stimulation to keep these smart creatures from getting bored. Amusement parks, zoos, circuses and film studios around the world often employ elephant trainers.

 

70. Chick sexer

The work of a specialist in determining the sex of chickens is simple. While it might not be all that intriguing, at least they work with animals! All they have to do is determine the sex of the chickens!

 

 

 

 

 

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With the advent of BB creams, many began to change their tonal foundations to this tool: it also masks imperfections. It corrects complexion, and at the same time, it also cares for the skin, improving its condition and allowing you to get rid of blemishes. It is used daily and determines the quality of makeup, so the chosen BB cream must be perfect, which applies to both the decorative and the care side.

 

Why do you need a BB Cream? 

The deciphering of two Bs in the name of this cream explains everything: it is blemish balm, which translates as “balm against imperfections” (what is the difference between BB and CC cream, we told here). This explains everything - the tool helps achieve perfect skin and works for this in two directions.

 

Firstly, the texture of the cream contains pigments that create an even tonal coverage on the skin and hide imperfections like redness and dark circles under the eyes. Secondly, the BB cream contains components that care for the skin: moisturize it, nourish it, soothe inflamed areas, and protect it from UV rays and other aggressive environmental factors.

 

Thus, the imperfections that the BB cream is designed to hide gradually disappear on their own - the tool solves external and inside problems.

 

BB creams often come in several shades that adapt to the skin tone. You can also choose the right option for your skin type: when BB creams gained popularity, they began to be produced in different formats and with different textures so that everyone could find the best product for themselves.

 

You can read about the best makeup bases here.

 

What is the difference between corrector, concealer, and BB cream?

Some helpful information, so you don't confuse these tools. Concealers are designed to mask minor skin imperfections. The concealer is applied around the eyes. The corrector is used all over the face. The first has a light, reflective texture and lies under the foundation.

 

Do you need BB cream? Makeup artists disagree: some believe this is a new marketing move, and someone has seriously revised their professional set. One thing is essential: your face needs hydration. And if you want to combine it with the direct application of foundation, BB cream will come in handy.

 

Top 10 BB creams

 

10. Maybelline BB Cream Dream Satin Hydrating SPF 30

The manufacturer of the legendary decorative cosmetics could not stay away from BB creams - and made Dream Satin suitable for most skin types! Aloe extract is universal. It nourishes and moisturizes regardless of the season. A decisive SPF-30 factor allows you to stay in the sun for a long time. The texture is light, absorbed in 1-2 minutes.

 

9. GARNIER BB cream moisturizer SPF15

Garnier offers five shades of BB cream at once - choose the one that suits you best. Caffeine is declared in the composition. This ingredient perfectly tones the skin. In addition to it, there is grapefruit extract, hyaluronic acid, and antioxidants. Such a “vitamin cocktail” will take care of your health while decorative cosmetics remain on your face. The cream has a light texture and absorbs quickly. Bloggers note the lifting effect.

 

8. "BB" Cream SPF 50 by Kiehl's

With only one necessary amendment: in summer, more intense sun protection is needed from type A and type B rays (UVA and UVB). So if you have fair skin, it is better to choose a BB cream with SPF 50. Kiehl’s has one, for example.

 

It has excellent abilities both in skincare and in masking imperfections. The tool is distinguished by a useful composition, which can improve the quality of the skin. Therefore, there is an instant softening and smoothing effect and a long-term impact - with regular use of the cream, the skin condition noticeably improves: the tone evens out, and it becomes fresh and toned.

 

 

This product contains hyaluronic acid. It penetrates the epidermis layers, providing a leveling of relief and even smoothing wrinkles (with prolonged use). The manufacturer focuses on the absence of fragrances and parabens. BB cream is suitable for sensitive and allergy-prone skin. In addition to toning and a matte effect, there is nutrition - due to vitamins A, E, and F.

 

7. Holika Holika Petit BB Moisturizing Cream SPF30

Talking about BB creams without mentioning Korean cosmetics is an omission, so our rating includes a product from Holika Holika. Active ingredients - salicylate and glycerin - fight irritation, and remove skin flaking. The tool "does not roll" when applied, and hyaluronic acid provides moisture for 12 hours. Thanks to SPF-30, the cream is suitable for sun-prone skin.

 

6. Missha Perfect Cover BB Cream SPF42

Another Korean BB face cream, its “highlight,” is a decisive sun protection factor (SPF 42). The manufacturer promises whitening, matting effect, and even lifting; according to bloggers, it's all there. The product is recommended for "age" skin. Hyaluronic acid, collagen, and ceramides will maintain tone even under a solid layer of cosmetics!

 

5. La Roche-Posay Hydreane BB Cream for Sensitive Skin SPF20

Shea butter (shea butter) and vitamin E carefully care for the face while the product performs its primary function - toning imperfections. The cream is labeled "hypoallergenic / non-comedogenic," so make-up artists recommend it for problem skin. SPF is weak (20), and Hydreane BB is more suitable for evening make-up. The light perfume smell is not irritating and harmonizes with most perfumes.

 

4. L'Oreal Paris BB cream WULT color-correcting foundation

The “tonal” mark on this face cream means a more prosperous and denser texture. The composition contains vitamins of groups B and E, which means nutrition. Thanks to the liquid surface, the prod easily squeezeseeze out of the tuand be, the application takes only 1-2 minutes. SPF-20 protection is suitable for dark, sun-resistant skin.

 

3. BB C'est Magic by L'Oréal Paris

For girls with dry skin, hydration comes first. A versatile moisturizer that can be worn no matter the season is L'Oréal Paris' BB C'est Magic. The cream will ensure that the skin tone is even - with its help, you can create a flawless base for your make-up or self-coverage.

 

In both cases, it will only change the skin's condition for the better. So, fig extract in the composition will provide 24-hour hydration. Antioxidant ingredients help in protecting the skin from premature aging; the same benefit is from SPF 20. In general, they promise L’Oréal Paris that after a week of application, you will notice improvements in the general condition of the skin.

 

2. Effaclar from La Roche-Posay

Owners of problematic skin are among the first and foremost recipients of BB creams because, in addition to an even tone, they are aimed at controlling that same blemish (imperfections). Indeed, with problem skin, in our opinion, it is worth giving preference to a prophylactic BB cream. Especially for problem skin, they are produced by brands specializing in the care of such skin, especially for problem skin. For example, you can find the best option for Effaclar from La Roche-Posay.

 

It does not offer an abundance of shades, but it allows you to solve the main problem of skin prone to imperfections: it hides and prevents traces of post-acne and has a preventive effect, helping to get rid of rashes. As part of salicylic and lipo hydroxy acids, which even out the skin texture and prevent clogging of pores, a fashionable component of niacinamide, moisturizes and soothes the skin.

 

1. Top Secrets Ultra Moisture Glow by Yves Saint Laurent Beauté

Among the valuable properties of this remedy, the most powerful is moisturizing: the formula relieves dryness for 24 hours, leaving no chance for the skin to remain dull, devoid of radiance and “life.” Reflective particles in the cream also enhance the effect.

 

Thanks to them, you can forget about mixing foundation with highlighter - Top Secrets Ultra Moisture Glow combines both products. It evens out the tone, allowing you to hide imperfections and give the skin a flawless look. The result will remain for a long time - for this purpose. The formula contains particular fixing components. And caring ingredients with each use of the cream improve the skin's condition.

 

 

How to choose a BB cream: sharing the nuances

 

BB face cream translates as Blemish Balm, i.e., "healing." A modern tool is suitable for dealing with small pimples and as a base for make-up. New active components have appeared, and the beneficial effect has increased. What to look for when choosing?

 

Look for the label "for skin type." Even moisturizers vary by skin type. Dry "asks" for nutrition and hydration, oily - control of sebum release. Chamomile, Aloe Vera will soothe sensitive skin. And no parabens, of course!

 

Don't forget about SPF filters. BB-cream for the face is planned to be applied under daytime makeup, so take care of sun protection. If you are prone to burning, choose a high SPF (greater than 30). The same applies to freckles - if you do not strive for maximum naturalness.

 

Apply a tester before buying. You can only understand how the skin will react to the product after application. The most sensitive place is in the crook of the elbow, but the store may not appreciate the rolled-up sleeves. Therefore, apply the product on the wrist and wait 3-5 minutes. If the composition contains an allergic component, slight redness/irritation will appear.

 

Hyaluronic acid is the best moisturizer. It contains enzymes that are involved in the renewal of epidermal cells. In addition, they retain natural moisture on the surface of the skin. BB cream with hyaluronic acid is ideal for those with a tendency to peel.

 

You can read about the best makeup bases here.

 

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If you're sitting at home bored, why not use your downtime to expand your brain? Better yet, blow your mind. They say truth is stranger than fiction, and it never seems more accurate than when you read the facts. Did you know Abraham Lincoln was a champion wrestler and licensed bartender? How about the fact that bees flap their wings 230 times per second?

 

If you need even more proof of this, we have a day full of mind-blowing information. So, once you're done learning about these weird (but actual!) facts, check out our pages on exciting facts, scary facts, psychology facts, useless facts, fun facts, and well-known facts.

 

Regardless of whether you are young or already old, in this world, there were, are, and will be things and phenomena that you did not even suspect existed. Well, it's impossible to know everything.

 

Strange facts about animals

1. One species of jellyfish, Turritopsis dohrnii, is immortal. In response to physical damage or any other injury, they may return in the course of their development to the polyp.

 

2. Snails have been known to sleep for three years if the weather is not humid enough to meet their needs.

 

3. Bees flap their wings 230 times per second.

 

4. A panda cub is smaller than a mouse at birth and weighs only four ounces.

 

5. Horses and cows can sleep standing up, but they can only dream when they lie down.

 

6. Koala fingerprints are almost indistinguishable from humans" - so they can ruin crime scenes!

 

7. Think your stomach is growling? Ghost crabs growl, burrowing their teeth into their stomachs.

 

8. The narwhal tusk is an inside-out tooth.

 

9. Whales in the Caribbean have a different accent than other whales in the ocean.

 

10. Glow in the dark sharks is a thing! A wavy shark that lives 1,700 feet below the ocean's surface emits a fluorescent glow. Only other wavy sharks usually see it. Scientists have developed a way to detect this glow using filters.

 

Other strange but interesting facts

11. The stage before frostbite is known as frostbite.

 

12. People who suffer from boanthropy believe that they are cows and will try to live their lives like cows.

 

13. Every continent except Antarctica has at least one McDonald's.

 

14. A duel between three people is called a truel.

 

15. Baked beans don't bake. They are stewed.

 

16. Sunsets on Mars are blue.

 

 

17. If you start in Argentina, you could theoretically dig a hole into China.

 

18. MySpace still receives over eight million monthly visitors.

 

19. Now obsolete, hydromancy was divination that involved seeing cheese to predict the future.

 

20. There are more LEGO Minifigures on Earth than real people.

 

21. Spider web was used as a bandage in ancient times.

 

22. A quarter of all your bones are in your feet.

 

23. A cloud can weigh over a million pounds.

 

24. The average person will spend six months waiting for the red light to turn green.

 

 

25. President Lyndon B. Johnson had a water surf machine.

 

26. Dolphins may seem carefree, but they sleep with one eye open.

 

27. Alfred Hitchcock was an homophobe, meaning he was afraid of eggs. Here's what the godfather of the horror genre said about them during an interview in 1963: I'm so scared of eggs, even more than I'm afraid; they anger me. This white round thing with no holes, and there is a yellow thing inside without a spot when you break it. The blood is cheerful, red. But the egg yolk is yellow, disgusting. I've never tried.

 

28. There is a company that turns corpses into ocean reefs. The company is called Eternal Reefs.

 

29. The world's most enormous padlock weighs 916 pounds.

 

Strange historical facts

30. In 300 BC, The Maya worshiped turkeys as vessels of the gods.

 

31. At the Olympic Games, medals were given out in the arts and the humanities. One hundred fifty-one medals were awarded for architecture, literature, painting, etc.

 

32. What fork? This sharp utensil was once considered blasphemous because it was considered an artificial hand.

 

33. Cleopatra was not an Egyptian. Really! Historians traced the origin of the famous ruler to the Macedonian commander Alexander the Great Ptolemy. So while she was an Egyptian queen, she was Greek.

 

34. No fan? You would love Pope Gregory IV. In the 13th century, he declared war on cats because he considered them tools of Satan.

 

35. Ketchup did not become a popular condiment until the late 19th century. Before that, it was sold as a cure for indigestion.

 

 

36. Before becoming president, Abraham Lincoln was an elite wrestling champion. In 300 matches, he lost only one. Bonus fact: He was also a licensed bartender.

 

37. Speaking of former presidents who enjoyed their spirits, George Washington opened a whiskey distillery after his tenure.

 

38. Some of the most famous cowboys in history didn't wear cowboy hats in real life (as is often portrayed in movies). Instead, icons like Wyatt Earp and Billy, the Kid wore bowler hats.

 

39. A Great Dane named Giuliana peed on a firebomb during World War II, for which he received a Blue Cross medal!

 

Strange Facts about the human body

40. While their exact purpose is unknown, scientists suspect that yawning may help regulate body temperature.

 

41. Let's talk about making a splash! In your lifetime, you will produce enough saliva to fill two pools.

 

42. The human tongue - like a finger - has a unique imprint.

 

43. Nose knows. He can remember 50,000 different scents.

 

44. The eye's cornea is the only part of the body that does not have a blood supply. Instead, it obtains oxygen directly from the air.

 

45. When it took you to read this sentence, about 50,000 cells in your body have died and been replaced by new ones.

 

 

46. When you blush, the lining of your belly also turns red.

 

47. Teeth are the only part of the human body that cannot heal itself.

 

48. The surface area of ​​both lungs is about the same as that of a tennis court.

 

49. By the age of 60, most people have lost half of their taste buds.

 

50. People may get goosebumps.

 

 

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