“My cousin got married and my boyfriend was in all the official pictures,” Forsberg told TODAY. “When we broke up six months (after the wedding), my sister thought it’d be fun to replace him with a picture of my cat.”RELATED: Ryan Reynolds Schemes With Dumped Teen After She Posts Hilarious Prom PhotosEmily uploaded all the photos into Microsoft Paint and replaced Chloe’s ex with images of Woof.“I felt a bit bad to have the pictures ruined with photos of him,” says Chloe. “But my sister made me feel a bit better about it.”The amusing re-dos were so purrrrfectly done, BBC 1 Radio host Greg James retweeted the photos to his 1.6 million followers.LOOK: Twitter Cracks Up When Dad Accidentally Asks A-List Celebrity to Step Out of His Photo With Matthew BroderickSocial media users were tickled by the DIY photo prank, including Chloe’s ex, who was delighted by the effort.“We spoke about it and we had a laugh,” Forsberg said. “Some people thought it was a bit of a cruel thing, but he found it funny!” Be Sure And Share The Pawesome Photos With Your FriendsAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreWhy remember a wedding with your former lover when you can giggle at the family cat instead?A kind sister trying to be helpful edited some recent family photos as a means of cheering up her newly-single sibling.27-year-old Chloe Forsberg of Southampton, England had been in a committed four-year relationship with her boyfriend until she recently broke things off. Unfortunately, her ex was featured prominently in a lot of family photos, particularly some wedding shots.
RUSSIA: Russian mining and metals company Mechel has awarded Chinese state-owned firm Minmetals a US$300m turnkey contract for the construction of a rail and structural steel mill at Chelyabinsk. Minmetals will construct the workshop, and install and commission equipment to be provided by Italian firm Danieli. Completion is planned for late 2010. The mill will produce rails up to 100 m long and tailored to suit Russian conditions under a long-term partnership agreement with RZD, which signed a contract in February for the delivery of 400 000 tonnes of rail a year in 2010-30. ‘China has been successful in constructing rail and structural steel mills worldwide’, said Mechel CEO Vladimir Polin. ‘This contract to construct the rail and structural steel mill is the largest Russian and Chinese agreement in metallurgy history.’