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This actually reminds me of a murder case back in the 1930’s. The killer had disposed of the body by draining the blood, boiling down the meat with lye and soap-production chemicals and using the blood to make tea cakes. I didn’t know about the consistency thing, so that makes a lot more sense.
That would be Leonarda Cianciulli.
Cianciulli used the remains of the bodies she killed to make soaps that she would later bathe with. In addition to soap, she used dried blood from the victims in her tea cakes that she would serve to friends when they would visit. She also claimed she enjoyed eating them.
"However much you love somebody, you should always keep a part of yourself to yourself. Never give it all. You can never be yourself otherwise."
Newborn baby stuns doctors by holding her own bottle (in the UK)
A baby girl has amazed doctors with her ability to hold her own feeding bottle. Two-week-old Ammra was able to grasp her bottle alone just three days after she was born at Queen’s Hospital, Romford in Essex, her mother Onyi Chiedozie said.The 20-year-old, who is using a combination of breast and bottle feeding, said doctors and nurses were stunned by the baby’s ability to master her strong grip so soon after she was born.
this baby is gonna be a brain surgeon when she’s like 10
For people who are like big deal, she held a cup.
My nephew didn’t hold a bottle till he was like one. Most babies don’t know how to process gravity or the concept of if you grip the bottle it stays close to you where you can suckle it and if you tilt it back the liquid is accessible and it’s a lot to process for a baby okay.
This baby is way ahead in neuromuscular and cognitive development. She’s one of the xmen probably, it’s really amazing, the equivalent of a baby saying it’s first word at 2 months old ok it’s really amazing
"I’ve learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the way (s)he handles these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights."