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Octopus’ Modeling Career Is Short And Tasty

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The photographer says the octopus model was “slippery” and “really hard to grab ahold of.”

Once the modeling industry gets its tentacles into you, there’s no going back.

A giant Pacific octopus learned that the hard way after posing for a series of photos with a Japanese model/food blogger known as Namada.

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    Namada said she decided to pose with an octopus because she “likes tentacles,” according to Motherboard.sg.

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    Working with a 39-pound live octopus spread all over her body wasn’t as easy as she expected.“It was really difficult because it was so heavy!” she said.

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    Although the octopus didn’t throw any star fits, photographer Kazan Yamamoto,said there were some unexpected challenges.

    “Because it was alive, it would move around, and because it was slippery, it was really hard to grab ahold of,” he told TokyoGirlsUpdate.com. “It was really hard to think of the composition while shooting photos.”

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    The photos were recently put on display at a gallery in Tokyo, but the octopus wasn’t invited to the opening.

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    What happened next won’t surprise anyone who’s worked in show business.

    After the octopus’ services were no longer needed, he was chewed up and swallowed — literally.

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    Namada and Yamamoto boiled the octopus and turned it into a hat for one last photo before eating their collaborator.

Some are comparing the photos to artist Katsushika Hokusai’s “Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife,” an 1814 print that depicts sex between a woman and two octopuses. But Yamamoto told TokyoGirlsUpdate.com that wasn’t the inspiration.

Hokusai’s work was, however, the focal point in a fabulously hilarious scene in “Mad Men.” We miss you, Peggy Olson.

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Fire out-break leave scores dead in Bangladesh’s Capital, Dhaka.

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Two source knowledgeable with the blaze that broke out on Wednesday evening has confirmed that the incident had claim at least 60 resident in Bangladesh’s Capital, Dhaka.



The fire fighter was seen struggling to bring the blaze under control as the fire wax stronger when it spread to surrounding house filled with plastic and gas cylinder.

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However, many of the bodies were burned beyond recognition, duo the authorities has disclose that DNA test will be conducted and has assure the resident that they will conduct an investigate the cause of the fire.

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President Abdul Hamid, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed deep shock at the incident and sympathy with the families of those killed in the fire.

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Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal visited the scene and announced the formation of a committee to investigate the fire, which will submit its report within seven days.

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Famous designer Karl Lagerfeld, Dies at 85

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Karl Lagerfeld, a genius born on 10 September 1933,  was a German creative director, artist, photographer and caricaturist also known as the creative director of the French luxury fashion house Chanel as well as creative director of the Italian fur and leather goods fashion house has died on Tuesday in Paris. He was 85.



A source says, the famous designer death was announced on Tuesday.

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His sudden dismissal on earth has attracted alot of  tweet from his fans describing him as the greatest orchestrator of his own myth.

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In his 80s, when most of his peers were retiring to their yachts or country estates, he was designing an average of 14 new collections a year ranging from couture to the high street, and not counting collaborations and special projects. His signature combinations of “high fashion and high camp” attracted Rihanna; Princess Caroline of Monaco; Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund; and Julianne Moore.

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