“Squeeze me, baby, till the juice runs down my leg

The way you squeeze my lemon, I’m gonna fall right out of bed”
— We’ve rounded up the five weirdest sexual lyrics, which includes The Lemon Song (Led Zeppelin), in which frontman Robert Plant talks about his penis like some kind of seedy fruit seller. Ok

What Airbnb guests bring to your fridge

With a stream of international visitors come intriguing, peculiar, and sometimes astonishing foods. Henrietta Clancy shares what guests have left in her fridge 

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He’s sung with Disclosure and Naughty Boy, but until this year nobody knew who Sam Smith was. He talks about his rapid rise from cleaning toilets to being the ‘male Adele’, and his fear of losing it all

Lauren Bacall, the tough-talking femme fatale, died on Tuesday at the age of 89.

Known for her smoky voice and sultry stare, Bacall raised the temperature in a quartet of hard-boiled 1940s thrillers, although her career went on to include musicals, melodramas and art-house controversies. She won Tony awards for her work on the Broadway stage and an honorary Oscar for her life’s work on screen. 

• Lauren Bacall obituary 

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The Oscar-winning actor and stand-up comedian Robin Williams, whose range extended from manic mimicry to understated character portrayals, was found dead in his California home on Monday. The local sheriff’s office said that it was treating the death as a suspected suicide. More »

Daniel Radcliffe has described his acting in one of the Harry Potter films as so “complacent” and “one-note” that he struggles to watch it.

Interviewed by the Mail on Sunday, Radcliffe said the Potter series was “an incredible blessing” because it gave him the chance of a career in film. But he admitted he hated certain instalments, because “the moments I’m not as proud of, mistakes other actors get to make in rehearsal rooms or at drama school, are all on film for everyone to see”.

Read more of Daniel Radcliffe’s comments 

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“Headdresses are something that has to be earned. That’s completely lost when it’s this chicken-feather thing that you bought at a costume shop. That deep sacred meaning is eclipsed by the desire to just dress up and play Indian.”

Archie Andrews, the redheaded American teenager in the Archie comic book series, will die taking a bullet protecting his gay friend in the issue that comes out on Wednesday. Full story here

Archie Comics publisher and co-chief executive officer Jon Goldwater said:

"It’s really not sad. Actually it’s inspirational, because Archie does what you would want Archie to do. He takes the bullet for his friend, and he would do that for anybody."

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Boyhood review – one of the great films of the decade

Boyhood is in touch with a simple, urgent truth: life is terrifyingly short. While our childhood in progress seems like an aeon, to our parents it flashes past in a dreamlike instant.

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