Tag: life

19-Year-Old Student Defends Marriage To Husband 43 Years Her Senior

Though 19-year-old Samantha Simpson has been happily married for more than a year now with his 62-year-old partner, JR, she could not help but confess in a recent interview that she’s still affected by the “daily abuses” she and her husband have been experiencing from friends and even relatives who do not understand their May-December relationship.

According to her, “it’s just exhausting” to be constantly bombarded with negative comments from naysayers, and that “it’s even worse” whenever people call her husband a “pedophile” or a “child snatcher”.

Furthermore, Samantha wants people to realize that she and her husband are “happily married and serious” about their relationship, asking people to stop “discriminating” them in such a nasty way.

Talking ever so proudly about her husband, Samantha said she “was automatically drawn to how well presented he was and the fact that he was such a gentleman”, “something” she “had never found in a man before”.

Nail Salon Draws Complaints From Residents Over Naughty Name

Ohio business owner Dawn Moon recently found herself in hot water after her venture, which bears the intriguing name ” Hand Jobs Nails & Spa”, drew flak from residents who were uncomfortable with the double-entendre.

The zoning director of Perkins Township revealed that it has already received numerous complaints over Moon’s mind-tickling choice, however, the nail salon owner does not plan on changing the name as her staff and customers love her play on words.

To her defense, she said in an interview with WOIO, “If you go in and get your nose done it’s called a nose job, right? Well, you come in and get your nails done.”

“You think of something like that and don’t know if you’ll ever do it, but I did,” she further stated.

This Man Did The Craziest Thing After Losing A Bet

After losing bet in Fantasy Football League with high school friends, a man from Arlington, Texas did a thing so outrageous it became viral. He smothered peanut butter all over himself, then, as if that was not enough, walked his dog around the park.

The 25-year-old fantasy league newbie Steven Shrout made the biggest mistake of challenging his high school buddies, who have been playing the game since 2009, way longer than he does.

After his top draft choice, Le’Veon Bell of the Pittsburgh Steelers, sat out during the entire season, he was given the choice of whether to do an embarrassing stunt or pay $250. Obviously, he chose the former.

Wearing only a gold speedo whilst covered in peanut butter, he roamed around the park with his dog for 10 minutes. According to him, it was “not a big challenge”, much to the surprise of his friends who didn’t think he would actually do it.

Student Gave Cookies To Classmates With Grandfathers Ashes Inside

A school student located in Davis, California has claimed that sometime around two weeks ago, she and a friend gave nine of their fellow classmates some cookies that contained her grandfathers ashes.

Some of the students were aware of what they were eating, whereas others were not aware and were “horrified” when they found out what was inside their baked dessert.

It is unclear why the student felt the desire to bring desserts with human remains inside of them to share at the school. Since the cookies were all consumed, it’s impossible to tell if they contained ashes at all. However, a classmate of the accused did say that he “didn’t believe the story until the student pulled out the urn containing the ashes.”

Man Finds Purse With $10,000 Cash And Turns It In

A New York City subway passenger found a purse containing $10,000 in cash on a train platform and turned it in to the proper authorities.

The man spotted the blue Chanel bag one morning in the station at Lincoln Center in Manhattan, and decided to pick it up to see if there was any identifying information inside.

Upon looking inside, he discovered a handwritten note, however, he could not read the note since it was in Russian. The man then tried to locate a subway employee to notify, but he couldn’t track anyone down. He then decided to take the purse home and try to locate the owner.

When he arrived home, he emptied the contents of the purse, and found an envelope containing $10,000 in cash, but unfortunately no identifying information as to who the owner might be.

The man decided he needed to do the right thing and took the bag and its contents to the New York Police Department’s 20th Precinct.

As luck would have it, a woman had arrived at that very same police station that morning to file a report about a lost blue bag that she had dropped in the subway on her way to depart for a trip to Russia.

Who Brings Olive Oil To Portugal? Police Catch Cocaine Smuggling Ring

Police and Customs Agents became suspicious when a man arrived with a suitcase full of Olive Oil, to a country who is one of the biggest and best producers of Olive Oil in the world.  What was in the Olive Oil?  Click “Continue” to keep reading.

Stranger Returns Lost Wallet And Does Something You Won’t Believe

A South Dakota man has his lost wallet returned with some extra cash thanks to a stranger.

Hunter Shamatt thought he’d never seen the wallet again when he lost it on a flight to Las Vegas for his sister’s wedding. Inside was $60 cash and a check for about $400.

Shamatt said he received a package to his home a few days later containing the wallet and a letter from the man who found it.

The stranger wrote that he found the wallet stuck between the seat and the wall of the plane on a flight from Omaha to Denver. He added $40 of his own money so that Shamatt would have “an even $100” to celebrate the return of the wallet.

“Hunter. Found this on the Frontier flight from Omaha to Denver, row 12 seat F, wedged between the seat and the wall. Thought you might want it back.

“I rounded your cash up to an even $100 so you could celebrate having your wallet back. Have fun,” the stranger wrote to him.

The stranger only signed the letter with his initials.

Shamatt was able to thank the man after tracking down his return address in Omaha.

Grocery Store Sees Dirty Word In ‘Summa Cum Laude,’ Then Censors Cake

A South Carolina woman isn’t happy a grocery store censored her honor graduate son’s cake, which was supposed to include the Latin phrase “Summa Cum Laude.”

Cara Koscinski told The Washington Post a cake online from Publix that was supposed to say “Congrats Jacob! Summa Cum Laude Class of 2018.”

She says the online message box did not like the word “cum,” the Latin word for “with.” The computer marked it as a naughty word and substituted three hyphens in its place.

Koscinski said she then filled in a box for special instructions, explaining the Latin word and placed the $70 order. Another family member picked up the cake, not knowing what it was supposed to say. It came with the hyphens.

She says the store gave her a refund and a gift card when she complained.

Man Erects Huge Middle Finger Statue During Dispute With Town Officials

If you drive down Route 128 in Westford, Vermont, you can’t miss the unique statue that’s pointing right at you.

In this town, there is a statue of a giant, wooden middle finger is at the end of Ted Pelkey’s yard. He said the $4,000 he spent on the statue is worth every penny.

“I’m fed up and it was time to do something,” he was quoted as saying.

Pelkey owns a truck repair shop and filament recycling business in the town of Swanton.

He said he’s been trying to acquire a building permit for his home property in Westford, with the hopes of relocating the business there.

The town has not issued the permit, and in minutes from a development review board meeting last fall show that a review of the application for a building permit appeal found it did not meet regulations.

A town representative declined an on-camera interview, but noted the statue is considered public art.

Pelkey alleges that the review board is biased against him, and says he has no plans to take down the finger statue in the near future.

“The strain (with local officials) has been there for 10 years,” he said. “They don’t like us.”

He said the application will be reviewed by a judge in early 2019.